Knitting Letters?

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Knitting letters can be fun and easy if you follow a pattern. They make it possible to customize your projects for that special person you are making them for. This is especially great for baby blankets. You can also put a family name on bigger blankets so when traveling or sleeping over you know what was yours. Team names can be put on items made with their colors. For smaller items such as socks and mittens you can put initials.
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1. Draw the letters on graph or knitting paper. One square on the paper represents one stitch. Color in the squares that need to be knitted in the contrasting color to form the letter
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One method would be to use a different color for the letters and knit them directly into the blanket. You might use yarn bobbins to keep the colors separate. Another might be to make
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Yes, double knitting is stretchy and probably your best bet. Other options are fairisle where you switch colors back and forth according to your chart and carry the unused yarn across
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Coterie is a 7-letter word for a close-knit group. It is a noun, defined
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Knitting letters requires good and basic skills in the art of knitting to come up with the letter patterns. To knit a scarf with letters start by drawing the letters ...
1. Lay your pattern, image or print-out on a light box, taping it down. Tape the pattern to a clean, well-lit window or over a glass table with a lamp underneath ...
1. Lay your pattern, image or print-out on a light box, taping it down. Tape the pattern to a clean, well-lit window or over a glass table with a lamp underneath ...
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