2001 Cross Stitch Designs - The Essential Reference Book by Better Homes and Gardens Books, Carol Dahlstrom

By Better Homes and Gardens Books, Carol Dahlstrom

Книга 2001 move sew Designs - the basic Reference booklet - золотая энциклопедия рукоделия, служит дополнением в библиотеке каждого вышивающего крестиком. Проекты для различных вариантов вышивки - алфавит, цветы, природа, спорт, дети, младенцы, Рождество, животные и многое другие

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2001 Cross Stitch Designs - The Essential Reference Book

Книга 2001 move sew Designs - the basic Reference booklet - золотая энциклопедия рукоделия, служит дополнением в библиотеке каждого вышивающего крестиком. Проекты для различных вариантов вышивки - алфавит, цветы, природа, спорт, дети, младенцы, Рождество, животные и многое другие

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Please don’t think that finding and executing your own combinations is difficult. If you are new at this, chapter 2 presents basic shapes in their simplest forms (with a straight hem and straight sides and standard sleeves) but without their necks: you’ll go to chapter 3 to choose the neck shape that will complete your garment. Chapters 2 and 3 alone will give you a tremendous variety of garment shapes to knit. If you are more advanced and want a shaped hem or shaped sides or an alternative sleeve or a cardigan, go to those chapters.

No, it does not. It means to knit with joy and enthusiasm and realistic expectations. If your experience is like mine, you might actually knit each piece of your garment twice (or more) before you get something that works. (One of my favorite garments had pieces that were knit four times before I got it right. And the original sleeves had to be reknit in a different yarn. ” As we learn more and get better, we sometimes see—while knitting—that something is wrong … and that we need to rip. ) But if the thought of ripping makes you anxious … well, the truth is that you need to get over it.

Once we understand how to draft, that gap will concern us no more. We can deal with it by writing our own pattern. Or—if you’re following a published pattern—you’ll understand how to combine sizes (a L front plus a M back) for a garment that fits. How to Measure Wrap the tape measure around the widest part of your bust, then your hips, and record these measurements. If your waist is standard (8" [20cm] smaller than your bust), we don’t need that measurement (because sweaters with waist shaping rarely fit tight to the waist).

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