By Zoe Mellor
Prime dressmaker Zoë Mellor returns with an cute choice of vintage and modern bootees for the superbly shod child, baby to 18 months. A Crafter�s selection e-book membership choice
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Continue knitting as usual using the new yarn. 31 32 Materials, tools, and techniques Decreasing Decreasing combines two stitches into one to shape the work. ) The two decreasing methods result in stitches that lean in different directions, which depends which arm the stitch is on. Knit 2 together This decrease is almost identical to a knit stitch, except you’ll grab and drop 2 stitches instead of 1. Pull both stitches over at the same time Working yarn 1 Knit until you reach the place where you want to decrease.
Figure 2 This is how you slip the 2 stitches on the stitch holder back onto your arm. Continued 49 50 Head to toe Fringe 1 Cut forty-eight 20-inch-long (51cm) strands of yarn. 2 Form the fringe by holding 3 strands of yarn together and folding the strands in half, forming a loop at the top. 3 Slide the loop through the first stitch of the cast-on edge. 4 Slip the fringe tails through the loop. 5 Pull taut on the fringe tails to secure the fringe. 6 Repeat this fringe process across the cast-on and bind-off edges.
Tip t Because the projec u yo ll te ll instructions wi d ho et m g in which decreas e m co be ld ou to use, you sh . th bo in proficient Decreasing Slip, slip, knit Slip, slip, knit results in a decrease that leans in the opposite direction as a knit 2 together. Front leg of the stitch 1 Knit until you reach the place where you want to decrease and then slip the next 2 stitches one at a time from one arm to the other, twisting the loops so the right side of the loop becomes the front leg. Working yarn 2 Lay the working yarn from front to back over your left thumb.