How To Make A Knitting Pattern

How To Make A Knitting Pattern. Looking for a knitting pattern can be a daunting process. I have found the following settings work well for making patterns double knit:

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Take some measurements to make sure your sweater fits. The gauge of a pattern is indicated by a measurement, something like six stitches and 10 rows equals 4 inches in pattern stitch on size 13 needles. This gives you 11 pixels by 15 pixels which gives a tension equivalent of 22sts and 30 rows over 10 cms on 4mm needles.

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Fold over rib and attach a button to both sides at top. Using your gauge and your garment measurements, calculate the number of stitches to cast on, the number of rows to knit and when to work your shaping. I made mine with two fabrics and with greater spacing bewteen needle segments to hold my circular and jumbo sized needles.

This Gives You 11 Pixels By 15 Pixels Which Gives A Tension Equivalent Of 22Sts And 30 Rows Over 10 Cms On 4Mm Needles.

Create a pattern on the graph paper. Map out every single step in the pattern in this manner. Lay the graph paper on a flat surface.

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Sew back seam using mattress stitch. There are thousands of pattern possibilities when you create with our design library. Cut along the solid line (the dashed lines represent the sew lines) and clip any notches.

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Print off the knitting needle organizer sewing pattern on 8.5×11 paper. That means if you were to knit in whatever the pattern stitch is across six stitches and 10. Each square will represent one stitch, and each row is equivalent to a knitting row (although in illusion knitting, each row is actually worked 4 times).

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K1, Ssk , K1 Row 2:

Position pattern pieces over top of the fabric and pin in place aligning the grain lines. Get a pdf version of this pattern here: Back, front, sleeves, neckband etc.