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People have been spool knitting for generations. This tutorial teaches you how to spool knit including starting and finishing off the edges.
Table of contents
- How to Use a Knitting Spool
- Inside the mind of the knitting pattern designer Natty Knits
- Knitting mushroom - Spool knitting bobbin | Heutink International
What a fun activity, I love how it comes out with the coloured wool. Grandfather made me this, when I was about 5. Grandmother, taught me how to use it. I remember the most exciting part about it was when I first saw the yarn project come through the bottom of the spool. Pin 2K. Share Shares 3K.
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How to Use a Knitting Spool
Such an easy diy! To begin, we simply place our yarn down the center of the loom and we will hold onto this yarn tail securely throughout the process. For the loom, we take the yarn that is between these two pegs. Next, wrap it around the front of the left one, bring it around clockwise, and behind the next peg.
And again, wrap it around the front clockwise, then behind the next peg. Using our hook, we simply take the bottom loop bring it over the top loop and let it go. Each row is then gradually shortened, the last row being three-fourths of an inch high C, of illustration.
This will complete one-half of the slipper. The other half is made in just the reverse way by continuing the sewing from the toe C, of illustration back to the heel, taking care that each row is exactly the same height as the corresponding row on the opposite side. Join the back of the heel and sew to the soles before closing the vamp in front. Sew vamp up the center by catching corresponding loops together. Make cord and tassel to go around the top, as in illustration of finished slippers.
Inside the mind of the knitting pattern designer Natty Knits
Sixty inches of flat web will be required for each mitten. Cut off eight pieces six inches long. In cutting, clip just one stitch and run the ends across, and sew them into a cylindrical form. Draw in the top with a needle and a piece of the material and fasten securely. Leave an opening on one side for the thumb. The thumb is made of three pieces sewed together. The longest piece is three inches and the others each two and three-fourths inches long.
In sewing it into the mitten, have the longest piece come down toward the wrist. Gradually form and sew it in place. Draw in the top and fasten securely. This is made of round web, knitted the desired length. The length will vary a little according to size of the child, but four and one-half feet is a good length. The mittens are fastened to the ends of the cord. Start with the end of the web and sew into a circular form for the crown. See illustration A. The sixth row is brought down to within one inch of the center of the back. Turn and sew around to within one inch from the center of the back on the opposite side.
This will leave two inches free in the back of the hood. Turn and continue sewing in this way for five rows, which will form the side of hood. The remaining part of the web is then brought around the face of the hood and across the back, as one would sew a cord. Finish with cord and tassel for tie-strings. A rosette of yarn may be made for the top or side. The coat is begun at the under-arm seam a. For a coat five inches long begin three inches from the end of the web to make the first turn.
Sew from this turn to the starting end of the web b , fasten the sewing thread and cut it off. The second row is made eleven inches long, or long enough to go over the shoulder and down the back, b to c. Sew four rows in this way to form the front and part of the back; then four rows five inches long for the back; then four more rows eleven inches long for the other shoulder and front d to e. Sew the fifth or last row up three inches for the other under-arm seam. Join the under-arm seams, leaving an opening of two inches for sleeves if they are desired.
If not, the armhole and neck can be finished off with some contrasting color. Make each row a little longer than the preceding row until the top or shoulder part is reached, then gradually shorten each row until the desired width is obtained. The last row should be the same length as the first row. When sewing them in the coat, have the longest part come at the top of the shoulder.
Buttons are made by braiding yarn and sewing it in the form of buttons. A cord for fastening is made by braiding, or twisting and folding the yarn. It is then sewed into loops or used as cord and tassel for tying. Start two inches from the end of the web for the first turn.
Sew into an elliptical form three and one-half inches long for the sole.
Knitting mushroom - Spool knitting bobbin | Heutink International
Sew two more rows without widening for the sides of the foot; then sew two rows across the front for the toe; the third row bring all around the top to complete the foot. The leg of the bootee is made by bringing the web directly upward three inches before making the first turn. Make each row three inches high and catch each row into the top of the foot while sewing.
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Put cord and tassel around where the leg and foot meet. Use flat web and sew it into two rectangular pieces wide enough to make each leg a little full. Join the inside seams part way and then join the open edge of the right front with the open edge of the left front. Do the same with the back edges. Put a draw-string around the top, or a piece of the web may be used for a waistband. Put in a draw-string around the bottom of each leg.
The doll shown in illustration is ten and one-half inches tall. To make cape and hood in one piece sew two rows of flat web, six and one-half inches long, for the center of the back. These two rows will also give the desired fulness. The next five rows are made nineteen inches long, or long enough to reach over the head and down to form the two sides of the cape and hood. After these five rows are completed, sew five rows six inches long on each side of the front of the cape, to make it wide enough to meet across the chest. Close the cape and the hood in the back.
The part above the six and a half inch rows will form the hood. Draw in the top of these two short rows and sew to the base of the hood. Put in a draw-string around the top of the right side of the cape in front, carry it around the base of the hood, around the top of the cape on the left side and tie in front. This skirt is five inches long and made of flat web. The first and last rows are made one and a quarter inch shorter than the other rows forming the skirt.
These two rows are sewed together when the skirt is finished, thus forming the placket and also the desired fulness in the back. There are sixteen rows in all. Each two, when sewed together, form a scollop at the top and bottom where the web is turned. In sewing care must be taken to have each row the exact length of the preceding row except in the first and last row. The top of the skirt may be finished with a draw-string or a band made from cloth. The bottom of the skirt may be left as it is, or be finished with a blanket stitch of some contrasting color.
The skirt requires five yards of flat web. Make the crown of the hat one-half of this measurement. The crown is circular and is made in the same way as the circular mat, taking two stitches of web and sewing them into one stitch of the crown already sewed to keep it flat. When it is of the desired size, begin the side by sewing one stitch of the web into one of the crown, at the same time holding the web to be sewed directly under the last row in the crown. Make the side twice as long as the desired height of the hat.
For instance, if the desired height is to be three and a half inches, make the side seven inches long, as one-half of this measurement is turned up. Two colors may be used, one color for the crown and one for the side. Red and black or red and white are pretty combinations. This is a combination of flat and round web. Knit ten inches of flat web, change to round web by bringing the yarn across the center of the hole in the knitter to the opposite post, and knit ten inches, or the number of inches necessary to go around the neck.
Change again to flat web, knit ten inches and clip off.
Make seven such pieces and sew them together to form the muffler. The round web will form the neck part. Make the back of the hood five inches in diameter, then turn the web and form the side.