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  • Free Pattern
    1 row over rem 58 61 64 67 71 sts At neck edge cast off 4 sts K 2 rows twice At neck edge cast off 2 sts K 2 rows twice At neck edge cast off 1 st every row 4 times At neck edge cast off 1 st K 2 rows 5 times At neck edge cast off 1 st K 7 rows 36 39 42 45 49 sts in WP RC216 222 236 236 240 TOWY TOWY the centre 34 38 40 42 46 sts Return pattern to row number required same number for electronics 1 row higher for punchcard machines Work L side of neck to correspond with R reversing all shapings TOWY FRONT Work as Back to markers K 32 38 48 48 52 rows SHAPE NECK Using nylon cord take back to NWP the centre 22 26 28 30 34 sts and all rem sts at L of centre 0 note pattern row number or press memory button K 1 row over rem sts At neck edge cast off 4 sts K 2 rows 3 times At neck edge cast off 2 sts K 2 rows At neck edge cast off 1 st K 2 rows 4 times At neck edge cast off 1 st K 3 rows 9 times At neck edge cast off 1 st K 12 rows 36 39 42 45 49 sts in WP RC216 222 236 236 240 TOWY TOWY the centre 22 26 28 30 34 sts Return pattern to row number required same number for electronics 1 row higher for punchcard machines Work L side of neck to correspond with R reversing all shapings Important note for new knitters if you are new to machine knitting please read the helpful note at the end of the pattern before working the neckbands BACK NECKBAND Push 114 118 120 122 126 Ns to WP With wrong side of Back facing replace the 34 38 40 42 46 centre back sts held on WY at each side of centre 0 Pick up the rem sts from each side of neck Main carriage on L T5 K 1 row Attach garter carriage Using pattern B T4 K 5 rows T3 K 5 rows T2 K 10 rows T1 K 16 rows T8 K 1 row Cast off with latch tool FRONT NECKBAND Push 144 148 150 152 154 Ns to WP With wrong side of Front facing replace the centre front sts held on WY at each side of centre 0 Pick up the rem sts from each side of neck Main carriage on L T5 K 1 row Attach garter carriage Using pattern B T4 K 5 rows T3 K 5 rows T2 K 10 rows T1 K 16 rows T8 K 1 row Cast off with latch tool JOIN BOTH SHOULDER SEAMS With R side of Back facing pick up the sts held on WY from R shoulder behind the latches With wrong side of Front facing pick up

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  • Find Disk
    FI1 5 55 GD1 6 56 TS1 7 57 GD2 8 58 GD2 9 59 GC1 10 60 FI1 TS1 11 61 GD3 12 FI1 62 13 63 14 64 GD4 15 65 GD4 16 TS1 66 GC2 17 67 18 TS1 68 19 FI1 69 GD5 20 70 GE1 21 FI1 71 22 FS1 72 23 73 GC1 GD4 24 TS1 74 GD6 25 FS1 75 GD7 26 FI1

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  • Book 6
    Bramwell s Fine 4 ply Acrylic Designed for children s chest sizes 24 30 61cm 77cm Classic round neck sweater with drop shoulders is quick and easy to knit The 24 stitch garter carriage design is from the Brother collection of stitch designs This sweater is for ladies bust sizes 34 38 87cm 97cm and is knitted in an Acrylic wool mix 4 ply yarn such as Forsell Shamal 20

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  • More Books
    printing evolved and improved Then the new generation of better more affordable personal computers arrived and colour became affordable at last Sadly our old friends the Amstrads retired As Hilary says if it hadn t been for Amstrad s PCW 9512 machines I doubt if we could have produced the number of books and at such quality as we did These days a very average computer a couple of good printers and a broadband internet connection have completely changed the way that books are produced The biggest changes of course are colour and access to modern graphics programs The internet has changed the way in which we market our books and it has changed how customers find the products that they want Whenever we have time we rewrite some of the earlier books and republish them in colour The patterns themselves never change The patterns only change in minor details sometimes to include references to newer knitting machines which had not been introduced when the patterns were written The covers sport new colour photographs the illustrations inside the books are replaced with monochrome photographs and arguably the best advance of all the stitch patterns are now sharper clearer laser prints

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  • Book 3
    way of adding an elegant touch to a stocking stitch dolman Designed to fit bust sizes 34 to 38 87 97cm This pattern is suitable for all standard gauge machines with ribber A variation on the classic dolman described above this pattern uses small amounts of two contrasting yarns to create a traditional Fair Isle pattern bordered by narrow striped bands the stripes are repeated in the ribbed neckline cuffs

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  • Book 4
    outfit this is the classic sleeveless top knitted in Sable Crepe 4 ply Acrylic The stocking stitch bands can be made with two contrasting colours to match the skirt or can be knitted plain Written for sizes 34 38 87 97cm The classic sideways knit flared skirt knitted in Sable Crepe 4 ply Acrylic to match the top Each section of the skirt is highlighted with a contrast yarn we

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  • Book 5
    small differences can usually be accommodated just use the armhole markers as a guide when joining the sleeves the number of stitches to pick up when attaching the sleeve to the body should be used as a guide you many need one or two stitches more or less and ensure a smooth flat seam The classic ladies V neck cardigan Knitted in Bramwell s Fine 4 ply for ladies sizes 32 42 81 107cm This garment is designed with a square armhole i e a drop shoulder with a cutaway which helps to move the shoulder line nearer to the natural shoulder and gives a better appearance Square armhole designs still deserve a place in our wardrobes they are simple and quick to knit they are easier to put together if you have used a different yarn stitch and can t match the tension exactly the shoulder line is higher than with a true drop shoulder and therefore much more flattering the underarm ease allows for a comfortable fit when the cardigan or sweater is worn over a blouse or t shirt Please see the notes above if you cannot obtain this yarn Book 5 Cardigans 2 00 Especially for new knitters not in the pattern book We know that many of our knitters like to make children s clothes for charity and we are pleased that so many new knitters also find our patterns ideal for this these knitters donate the finished garments free of charge Bearing in mind the advice about tension above here are a few ideas for ringing the changes Many lace patterns knit to a tension similar to that of stocking stitch Flat ribs e g 4 knit 4 purl or similar combination may knit to a similar tension but be sure to stretch the

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  • Book 7
    Disks Designaknit Charts Links New Books Exhibitions Busy Bee Basics Machine Knitting Designs Book 7 3 00 Standard Gauge Machines Classic Quartet in 3 Ply 3 Tops and Matching Pleated Skirt This pleated skirt is very easy to knit your machine must have a ribber attached and it requires no pressing whatsoever The original was knitted in a 3 ply Acrylic yarn which also contained a small percentage of nylon

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