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By Lucinda Guy
"Bedtime" is the topic of Lucinda Guy’s comfortable choice of handknits for women and boys, a while to five.In this new assortment from Lucinda man, the handknit designs take "Bedtime" as their subject, with plenty of comfortable slippers, socks, and dressing robes, cuddly cardigans, delicate and squishy toys, wrap-around blankets—even pajama circumstances and sizzling water bottle covers. those designs are all approximately fun-filled styling, even if the palette is smooth and subdued: dove grays, mouse browns, dusky pinks, duck-egg blues. Lucinda additionally turns her eye towards texture, with a few nice sew styles, together with a guy within the Moon blanket and a stunning cabled cardigan. Abounding with goods that might make bedtime enjoyable, And with the intention to mattress… is a candy dream of a e-book. A Crafter’s selection booklet membership choice
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Row 2 (RS): Knit to last 4 sts, p4. Row 3: P4; (k1, p5) across. Row 4: (K5, p1) across, ending p4. Row 5: P4; (k1, p5) across. Row 6: (K5, p1) across, ending p4. Row 7: P1; (yo, p2tog, p4) across, ending yo, p2tog, p1. Row 8: Knit to last st, p1. Row 9: P1; (k1, p5) across, ending p3. Row 10: K8; (k5, p1) across, ending k5, p2. Row 11: P1; (k1, p5) across, ending k1, p8. Row 12: K8, p1; (k5, p1) across, ending k5, p2. Repeat Pattern 1 seven more times. PATTERN_2 Note: Color B should always be two strands held together.
Repeat this for all points on the bottom of the shawl. You will do this a total of thirteen times. One end of the shawl has six points and the other has seven points. DRAGON RIDER GLOVES : DESIGNED BY TONI CARR Naomi Novik’s Temeraire series retells the story of the Napoleonic era but has dragons who work with both French and British military forces. Novik describes each dragon richly and beautifully, and her dragons’ scales inspired these gloves. The lace pattern is fairly simple to do. Working seamlessly in the round, you add the fingers and thumb at the end.
MEN’S SIZES ONLY Next Row: Needle 1: K2tog, k1. Needle 2: K1, sl 1, k1, psso, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1. Needle 3: K1, sl 1, k1, psso. ALL SIZES Divide sts evenly onto two needles. Work Kitchener st to close toe opening. Weave in loose ends on WS. FINISHING With Color B, cut twelve pieces of 2” fringe. Using size H crochet hook, pull through top of foot and on toes. Tie in knot to secure. (This part doesn’t need to be perfect. ) Trim pieces of fringe to uneven lengths, then fluff with hairbrush.