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How to knit a cable: 3 easy steps

November 13th, 2014 · 1 Comment · Crafts, knitting

Finished Comfort Food Cabled Mitts

Finished Comfort Food Cabled Mitts

Cables are simple but look fancy. The cable in Irish Girlie Knits Comfort Food Pattern (on sale through November) is super simple and perfect for a beginner. Here are steps broken down:

How to cable: C5F

At this point I’ve come to the place where I C5F – which translates to “Cable 5 Front.” That just means that the next 5 stitches will be a cable and the twist will go in the front.

Cable step 1 - Slip next 2 stitches onto cable needle

Step 1: Slip 2 stitches from the left-hand needle to a cable needle. Hold the stitches to the front of your knitting.

Cable step 2: Knit next 3 stitches from left hand needle

Step 2: Knit the next 3 stitches on the left-hand needle.

Knitting stitches from cable needle

Step 3: Knit the 2 stitches on the cable needle.

Finished cable twist

And you’re done!

Finished cable

Do a little happy dance!

Please excuse my hands – I obviously need a manicure.

For more info on the pattern and a giveaway, go read my post on wedonothaveaknittingproblem.blogspot.com

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Easy knit: Ysolda’s Elijah

September 22nd, 2014 · 2 Comments · Crafts, knitting

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Isn’t he adorable? Elijah is one of Ysolda’s creations and an easy knit. Her construction is quite clever and the detailed instructions make adding the arms, legs, and ears a snap.

 

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Yarnbomb project connecting Boston and the world

July 21st, 2014 · 3 Comments · knitting, Yarn, yarn crafts

My Chicago Yarnbomb

My Chicago Yarnbomb

I love a good yarnbomb project. Thanks to @cupcakefaerie I found the story on PRI about The Joining Project. A collaborative yarnbombing of the bridge connecting Cambridge with the city of Boston.

Listen to the story

Here’s a couple of the wonderful images of the project:

The Joining Project

 

The joining project

Go view the rest or even contribute to its growth.

 

 

 

 

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