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I-Cord This is a great little technique that has a lot of design possibilities. I-Cord is great for making straps on purses and bags, for braiding and for making three dimensional creations. Using two double pointed needles, cast on 3 to 5 stitches. Knit across the stitches, then without turning to work in the other direction, slide the knitting to the other end of the needle, pull the working yarn around the back of the knitting and knit across the row again. Repeat this sliding and knitting step to create a small tube of knitting.
3. The smocking stitches can be worked in the same yarn used for knitting or in a contrasting yarn or decorative thread. The smocking stitches are made only in the column of knitted stitches that you passed behind when gathering the knitting. After completing your smocking stitches, cut and pull out the gathering stitches. The finished piece will loosen a little after you remove the gathering stitches. indd 63 63 4/2/08 10:45:38 AM Smocking: Stem This is the same stitch as in the embroidery section above, except that you are working over several rows of knitting, pulling the knitting together into a smocked pattern as you go.
Knit the stitch. indd 41 41 4/2/08 10:44:36 AM Assembling Pieces: Mattress Stitch This stitch is used to join two pieces of knitting together in an almost invisible seam along the side edges. The trick is to pull the stitches tight enough to hold the two pieces together, but not so tight that you gather the fabric making it bunch up along the join. 1. Thread the yarn with a tapestry needle and attach it to one edge of knitting half a stitch from the edge. Insert the needle in the other piece of knitting along the edge as shown.
A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker