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All you have to do is cast on, work in the knit stitch and then cast off.
Pure Gold DK
Fiber: Acrylic (100%)
Needles: 3.5 mm (4 US) ( UK), 4 mm (6 US) (8 UK)
Gauge: 22 sts / 10 cm (4″)
Balls: 100g; 260 m (284 yds)
Care: Machine wash (30 C)
I used a very small amount to create this doll
Unwind enough yarn to cast on 27 STS (approximately 80 – 90 cm)
Make a slipknot, Cast on 27 stitches.
Knit every row to form garter stitch –
Garter Stitch is created when you knit every row. Cast on the required number of stitches and knit to the end of row. Turn and knit the next row. Repeat until you reach the required length. The rows of interlocking stitches look the same on both sides of the fabric.
Please Note: Although garter stitch is very easy to do it does show up any imperfections in your tension as the rows of stitches will not be completely even.
Continue in garter stitch until work measures approximately 30 cm
Casting off secures the stitches when a piece of knitting is complete, linking them together so they cannot unravel. Casting off is normally done following the stitch sequence, so a knit stitch is cast off knitwise and a purl stitch purlwise 🙂
We have been working in in knit so we will be casting off knitwise!
Using some 4 ply yarn and a 2, 00 mm hook
I have been a crochet designer for more than 10 years. I love to think outside the box and to try and do things a bit differently. I love to learn new techniques and to challenge myself. I firmly believe that crochet should fun and evoke joy and pleasure. Creating and designing is one of my life's passions.
“Crochet is an art and crocheters it’s artists. Each crafted item is unique and own to its crafter”
Happy Crocheting Joanita Theron