Short rows sideways baby vest, round yoke; step by step. Turkish Original. *General* notes: Cast on 75 st & divide into 3 wedge sections: collar (10 st; longest & fewest rows), yoke (20 st), body (45 st; shortest rows); 2::4::8. ~~ Alt. garter & stockinette stripes; YO inc at end of row, bind off 5 on 10th row, forming sawtooth lace. ~~ Work only collar & yoke sections to form armhole, work body separately, once armhole is finished join again for back ~~ KIZIMIN CICILERI: HEDIYELIK PEMBIS…
How To Do The Long Tail Cast On. It's quick & easy to work and creates a a beautiful, stretchy edge for your knitting. The cast on is great for working with non-stretchy yarns like cotton and gives a great start when working in the round. Video, GIF, and step-by-step photo instructions.
A Silver Entrance Hall Marshall wanted the second-floor entrance hall to be "neutral, but not boring." He painted the walls with silver radiator paint, then added overscaled, soft, "tarnished" stripes in a gray-tinted glaze for a "subtly dramatic" effect. The foot sculpture is a plaster cast of the foot of Apollo.
On planned pooling: Unskein your yarn and lay it onto the floor in a zig-zag pattern, so that the colours align. Then mark the first 3-4 “corners”. Each of those rows of yarn is one row of knitting. Cast on using a backwards loop cast-on. Turn when you reach the corner. Knit the second “row” and If you use up yarn before you hit the colour match from the cast-on row, switch to a smaller needle. If your colour match is moving ahead of the previous row, switch to a larger needle.