Knitting charts and things

Brandy’s Mitten charts

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Sorry this has taken me SOOOOO long! I don’t have any knitting software and so it took me a while to figure out how to do a chart graphic.

Cuff pattern:

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And the main pattern:

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I hope someday to put this all into a full pattern……  Please feel free to use these charts for whatever you’d like (except claiming them as your own work!), and send me a link or picture to what you make with them.

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Skinny Vintage Velvet Scarf

- my version with mistake rib using

3 skeins of Muench Touch Me & US size 8 needle

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Pattern rows:

Row A:  Slip 1, K2 P2 K2, (K1, P1) four times, K2 P2 K2, P1

Row B:  Slip 1, P1 K2 P2 K1, (K1, P1) four times, K1 P2 K2 P2

Cast on 22 stitches using long-tail cast on

Set up row: purl across

Alternate pattern rows A & B until the end.

C4 front after the first 3 pattern rows, and then every 7th row thereafter.

When you’ve knitted through to the last 20″ or so inches of the last skein, finish the row you are on and then do the sewn bind off a la Elizabeth Zimmerman.

Then felt!

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Kris’ Mitten chart

Here’s the swatch picture:

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There are more charts that need to go up here, and I need to scan in a picture I took of them before I sent them off to my swap partner, but for now here’s the main pattern chart which comes from a Candace Eisner Strick sweater pattern (from the book Sweaters from a New England Village):

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The cuff pattern was inspired by Eunny Jang’s Venezia sweater.  Again I’d love to put this into a full mittten pattern someday…….  This chart is not mine to distribute unfortunately.

I’m working on acouple of new patterns: one inspired by a sweater and another entirely my own design.  Please be patient with me!

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4 comments

  1. Those are gorgeous mittens! It is wonderful of you to share these charts. I am beginning to suspect you are trying to distract me so that I do not finish my current knitting.

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