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Mr. Micawber's Recipe For Happiness: June 2020

por Karri Girdlestone (2020-11-18)


6. (below) After knitting in orange all the way around the round (no purling) you will now knit stitch 4--that being the stitch you slipped in the previous step. In fact, you will now knit the rest of this first round of the new color (no purling), and this is to avoid "icky dots" in ribbing, as explained in the immediately previous post. In other words, each successive color change will travel one k2 rib to the left, and in this way, each column of k2 stitches in each color will have the same number of stitches. When you get there (just past the color change for last color) wait for me--the next post will incorporate 3 more tricks to make a truly flat hat top. If an item is temporarily out of stock when you place your order, the item will automatically move to a back order status. This shawl is displayed spread out on a standard double size bed.



1. (above) The first step is to cut your headband out of Polar fleece yard goods, as shown. 4. (above) Repeating steps 2 and 3 yields a line of back stitches. However, If you want a thicker potholder you can go thorough all of the steps in the "Panel" section again, stopping right before you fasten off. However, in eliminating the jog by slipping, we've also eliminated 1 stitch from each of column 4 and 5. We're going to make up those missing stitches (one from each column) by adding them at the top of the column. After knitting stitch 4, you are going to slip its partner--stitch 5. Be careful here and remember that this stitch you are about to slip--stitch 5--is actually a stitch knit from doubled-back yarn. This is also the time to snip loose the yellow yarn--as the diagram shows, the yellow yarn is no longer attached to the ball, but is now a disconnected tail. As with the yellow yarn, you will work these stitches with the doubled over yarn (2 strands of yarn) which result from the interlock.



A hat lined with Polar fleece will remain comfortable long after a woolen hat is sodden. Finally, Polar fleece has many virtues of its own--it's cuddly, sturdy and comes in lots of pretty colors and prints. Oh--it's also very easy to cut and sew and it never, ever, comes unraveled. As you can also see, the extra loop of stitch 5 does not show. In other words, a continuous line of stitches on the fabric face has been made by stabbing the needle up EXACTLY one stitch length AHEAD of the previous stitch (as illustrated) then stabbing it down IN THE SAME HOLE as the previous stitch came up. Dr. Geyser said the whole secret lay in screening the dose-simply screening sufficiently with aluminum, giving the patient two or three treatments with 2 or 3 milliamperes of current, and if one saw a reaction that came too soon, or no reaction at all, one would not expect to use 5 milliamperes.



I made this hat for my son a few weeks ago after he saw a rather expensive knit version on a popular retail site. Continue using this same color change technique to striping your way up the hat to the top (5th) stripe. Another way of saying this same thing is that stitch 5 of the old color change will be stitch 1 of the new color change. If you have been using a stitch marker to mark the beginning of the round, you would now place it just to the left of slipped stitch 5. From here on out, you will work the new color normally, which means that when you come all the way around, you will simply knit off the slipped stitch at the end of the round as if it were any other knit stitch. In this step, the needle will be returned to the fabric face by stabbing upwards, ahead of the previous stitch. 1. (above) After you have anchored your thread on the back of the fabric, stab upwards with your needle, pulling it to the fabric face. The back of the fabric shows the loops where the thread was "brought back" before the stitch re-emerges on the fabric face.



Therefore, when you come to slip, be careful to grab BOTH loops of this stitch. Even though, we come across various Storage Drives every day but we hardly wonder whether it is a Solid State Drive (SSD) or a Hard Disk Drive (HDD). Now we come to a very useful stitch --the BACK STITCH. Next, re-insert your needle one stitch length behind the point where it emerged. This step ends with the needle on the back of the fabric. By "behind," I mean that right handed knitters, who are working from right to left, should insert the needle one stitch length to the right of where the needle first emerged, while left-handed sewers would reverse course, and insert the needle one stitch length to the left. Doesn't mean that I agree with them, but who am I to say that I right and they're wrong. As you can see, when you grab this doubled stitch and slip it to your right needle, you should slip it RIGHT arm forward, so it lays untwisted. Crafting the right corporate response, one that includes not just sentiment but also concrete actions and initiatives, is a balancing act.



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