Category: Stitches – How to
Be aware that these are common abbreviations used in the United States where Treble (triple) is not the same as Treble in British terms. The Brits Treble stitch is the USA double crochet.
Increasing and decreasing is super important when it comes to shaping garments.
The star and slanting stitch are not that common so give them a try! or it could be that the terms have changed since these were scanned from a vintage booklet.
The shell stitch is easy to work and makes a nice edging as well.
Disclaimer: I’m not left handed so I can only present the instructions and can’t help beyond that! First make a loop by grasping thread, one or two inches from the end, between thumb and forefinger of right hand, holding main lenght of thread in the left hand, bring it across in front of short end,
The knot stitch is an open work stitch for lacy projects.
A very open and lacy stitch.
The change will do you good.
Not a genetic experiment.
The dietetic version of popcorn, sans butter.
Something fishy or beefy going on here. Not.
These are stitches for the current year…lots of waffling and growing clusterf—. Picot is misspelled…it should be Pinot as in Pinot Noir. Stock up.