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  • Book 81
    cuffs to eliminate draughts Whatever the weather this sweater with its cheerful bright design is sure to lift your spirits To fit sizes 32 46 For the great outdoors team the sweater with this range of accessories In some of the sizes it s possible to knit the sweater hat mittens and the shorter stole scarf from only two 500g cones of yarn Start off with a hat that really keeps out the cold and frames your face attractively with its extra thick folded brim The tassel is optional Now warm up those fingers with a pair of mittens For even more warmth wear them as overmitts over your close fitting gloves Fronts and backs of these mittens are alike Our scarf is narrower than the stole scarf in Aviemore double thickness with stripes of the mitten pattern at each end It has sufficient substance to drape across your shoulders attractively or if you are caught in a snow flurry just drape the scarf over your hair throw the ends over your shoulders and stay dry with style If you have extra yarn you can make the scarf longer The traditional Fisherman s rib comforter scarf coordinates beautifully with the

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  • Book 82
    This design is available in sizes 32 42 Opposite is a section of the side panel from this sweater together with a section of the welt Yeoman Sport is a shrink resist wool which although it is a 4 ply yarn makes a finer looking garment These garments are unlikely to work successfully in a different yarn Designed for the electronic machine and knitted in Yeoman Sport this jacket has

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  • Book 83
    more of a sweetheart neckline cool to wear and very flattering The 24 stitch pattern is very closely textured a good all over pattern but with a slight vertical stripe effect The yarn used is Yeoman s Panama in colour Spray the 50 Acrylic 50 cotton blend really helps the texture of this garter carriage pattern to stand out The pattern is written for sizes 32 46 Shown here as a short sleeved top the V neckline is finished with a narrow rolled band to give a modern look Knitted in Yeoman Panama as above the horizontal pattern shows up well The pattern also gives instructions for knitting long sleeves changing the look of this garment into a sweater for all seasons Knitted in Yeoman Panama 50 Acrylic 50 cotton in colour Fiesta this pattern covers sizes 30 44 Again in Yeoman Panama this classic round neck sweater with square armholes features a deep border pattern of interlaced diamonds Above that the top of each diamond is extended into a line which traces up to the top of the garment The style of this garment allows the Acrylic cotton mix to be worn all year round a modern change from

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  • Book 200
    shapes are simply traced onto the tissue paper provided there is no need to cut up the book and you are much less likely to lose the templates Once the outline has been traced onto the tissue paper the tissue can be pinned into place on the garment Sew straight along the template through the tissue and the knitting Not only does this help to keep the sewing straight it

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  • Book 201
    Designaknit Charts Links New Books Exhibitions Busy Bee Basics Machine Knitting Designs Book 201 3 50 Your Knitleader Explained In Plain English Your Knitleader Explained in Plain English If you are new to machine knitting the Knitleader is a charting device for Brother knitting machines Guides you through setting up the Knitleader choosing a chart tracing the chart onto the mylar sheet knitting a tension square the correct way for

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  • Book 203
    have all the instructions you need to make an elegant two piece poncho in a lady s size This particular style requires no increasing or decreasing the neckline can be left plain or you can pick up the stitches and knit a neckband collar of your own choice and it is quick and easy to knit Sample figures are given for 4 ply yarn on a standard gauge machine but

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  • Book 204
    Wrap Essential Fashion For All Seasons With this handy booklet you have all the instructions you need to make an elegant two piece wrap in a lady s size This particular style requires no increasing or decreasing and is quick and easy to knit Sample figures are given for 4 ply yarn on a standard gauge machine but you can use any machine any yarn and any stitch Just make

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  • Book 205
    enjoy as instructions are given for multi colour tuck stitch and partial pin tucks Multi colour tuck stitch is a simple way to add both colour and texture to the fabric whilst partial pin tucks can be used on any machine even machines that can only do plain knitting to add bands of texture thickness and weight to the fabric easily When choosing your contrast yarns look for different thicknesses 4 ply chenille tends to be bulkier than standard 4 ply Acrylic good quality wool tends to be finer and some pressable acrylics are just a fraction finer again using these different yarns helps to build up the subtle changes in texture The ideas given for the patterning on this scarf work exceptionally well on cushion covers see Book 206 and would also work well on jackets especially if the bands of pattern are closer together giving a thicker heavier fabric don t forget the tension square though Unlimited design ideas The beauty of Busy Bee s Helpful Instruction Books is that you are not limited by machine yarn or stitch so this scarf does not have to be textured if you want rib try a fisherman s rib allow plenty of yarn for this stitch but it makes a lovely heavy scarf at the opposite extreme an open lace pattern in a fine pressable yarn makes a summer accessory or an evening scarf Fair Isle weaving tuck slip they are all suitable and because you will be making a small tension square before you start you can confidently make a reversible scarf with fair isle on one side and stocking stitch on the other knit one small tension square in fair isle and another in stocking stitch and by following the instructions in the book you will have two

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