Sue Smyth

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Dado el éxito de nuestra chaqueta para bebé, decidimos actualizar el patrón explicando paso a paso y con video tutoriales en aguja circular y rectas

Dado el éxito de nuestra chaqueta para bebé, decidimos actualizar el patrón explicando paso a paso y con video tutoriales en aguja circular y rectas

Demne, a free pattern. I've actually already made this - fun to knit, interesting construction. #afs collection

Demne, a free pattern. I've actually already made this - fun to knit, interesting construction. #afs collection

Free baby cardigan knitting pattern for a lightweight yarn for detailed eyelet lace panels knit in contrast with basic garter stitch.

Free baby cardigan knitting pattern for a lightweight yarn for detailed eyelet lace panels knit in contrast with basic garter stitch.

Free elf pattern jacket

Free elf pattern jacket

How to … m1L and m1R … and to never forget which is which …

On the knit side : make 1 left, (left slanted increase) . With the left needle pick up the strand between 2 stitches, from front to back and knit through the back loop. : make 1 right, (right slanted increase) . With the left needle pick up the…

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!