This is the pattern that accompanies the Learn Something New article. The pattern can be worked in either Scandinavian wool or Shetland wool.
This is the second article in the series exploring treatment options for projects where selvedges are left open. Picot is French for “little point.” There are two selvedge techniques referred to as picot edges. One is open and uses a yarn over to form the little point that we will explore in the Fall issue. The other uses cast-on and bound-off stitches to create thicker nubs along the selvedge.
This is the second pattern in the series exploring Open Selvedge Treatments and accompanies the article on Picot Selvedges. The project is a baby-sized blanket worked on the bias in a diamond shape. It uses Cascade Yarns 128 Superwash.
This article discusses how to work a double pick up band. This technique provides an elegant and professional look to any band.
This regular feature by Mary Forte, a former Co-Chair of the Master Hand Knitting Committee, provides a quick tip to improve your understanding of knitting techniques. This issue’s tip is about how much yarn to use for a long-tail cast on.
Congratulations to those completing Levels of the Master Hand Knitting Program!
Joyce Jones, one of the Co-Chairs of the Master Hand Knitting program is the author of this article on choosing appropriate yarn for the program. It is a MUST read for anyone working on the Master Hand Knitting Program.
Common abbreviations used in the patterns, descriptions basics techniques with video links, and references to books and articles are found on this page.