By Emma King
Here's a certain and fascinating choice of modern hand-knitted luggage, particularly created through knitwear clothier Emma King. they vary from titanic stripey handheld luggage, to small seize luggage, to super-functional child luggage, to stylish night handbags. The designs use quite a lot of strategies, together with intarsia, embroidery, crochet, reasonable Isle and entrelac. every one bag is illustrated with a gorgeous full-colour photo, plus a close-up aspect of the development, and springs with complete knitting directions and actual charts. There are information of different colourways and additional embellishment suggestions. A workshop part makes a speciality of the easiest yarns to take advantage of, tips on how to upload linings and inspirational rules for crowd pleasing handles and fasteners so as to add these all vital completing touches on your paintings.
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Noémie’s lacy linen, short gants offer up an equal dose of Prairie Girl and Victoriana, and would have been equally fashionable at a Highgate garden party or for slinking around a depression-era New Orleans speakeasy. Don’t let the tiny needles or fear of hard-to-knit fiber put you off—Sparrow from Quince & Co. is the most delicious linen yarn I’ve ever used. noémie 57 notes cuﬀ (make 2) The garter-stitch cuffs are worked back and forth in rows with picots along the selvedge that form the lower edge of the mitt.
EVEN-NUMBERED ROWS 2–12: (WS) Sl 1 pwise with yarn in front (wyf), purl to end. ROW 3: Ssk, yo, k7, yo, k2tog. ROW 5: Sl 1 pwise with yarn in back (wyb), k1, yo, ssk, k3, k2tog, yo, k2. tassels ROW 7: Sl 1 pwise wyb, ssk, yo, ssk, k1, k2tog, yo, k2tog, k1—9 sts rem. 5 cm) high. 5 cm) tall (see Glossary), winding the yarn 14 times around the cardboard for each tassel, and leaving long tails at the top. Use the long tails to attach tassels to ends of ties as shown. ROW 9: Sl 1 pwise wyb, ssk, yo, sl 2 tog knitwise, k1, p2sso, yo, k2tog, k1—7 sts rem.
With smaller dpn and RS facing, pick up and knit 70 sts evenly spaced around entire top edge of cuff (about 9 sts for every 5 garter ridges or 10 rows), place marker (pm), and join for working in rnds. Rnd begins at little ﬁnger at the start of the back-of-hand sts; the grafted join is centered on the back of the hand. NEXT RND: Work Rnd 1 of Hand chart over 35 sts for back-ofhand, pm at thumb side of mitt, then work Rnd 1 of chart again over 35 sts for palm. 5) from pick-up rnd. NEXT RND: (Rnd 29 of chart) Work Sts 1–28 (outlined in green) for back of hand, place next 14 sts on holder for thumb removing m in center when you come to it, place new m for side of hand, work Sts 8–35 (outlined in purple) for palm—56 sts rem.