In this course you will learn the basics of lace knittting:
• how to make a yarn over (yo)
• how to decrease with knit two together (k2tog)
• how to decrease with slip, slip, knit (ssk)
• how to handle your finished lace to bring out the beauty of the stitches (blocking)
You'll also make a sample swatch to practice your stitches, then you'll be coached through knitting a simple lace shawl, called A Dash of Colour, the pattern for which is included.
You'll have the opportunty to set up your project on Ravelry so that you can track your progress and share your work with other knitters, if you wish. This is, of course, entirely optional.
|Publisher:||Apple Jack Creek Books|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Lonna Cunningham is a fibre artist, writer, and small holder who lives in rural Alberta with her family, some chickens, dogs, cats, sheep, and a cow or two. Her former career in Information Technology came to an abrupt end with the onset of Delayed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in early 2011: you can read about her journey through trauma in her first book, Just Keep Knitting: a journey of healing through forgiveness, faith, and fibre. Lonna is also the author of The Rookie’s Field Guide to Supported Spinning, a how-to book for people who would like to be able to make pretty string with nothing more than a handful of fibre, a weighted stick, and a dish. Fibre artists will probably know Lonna as Frazzlehead, from Ravelry – and if you are a fibre artist who has not yet found ravelry.com, you need to check it out! There’s a wealth of information and a lot of interesting people hanging out there, Lonna included. Look her up – she’d love to hear from you.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Everypony whirled around. They saw Fluttersky pushing herself up againsted the wall of Apple Jack's house, with Parasprites surrounding her. "You've got wings!" Rainbow Dash yelled to her. "Use them!" "Oh right," Fluttershy said, and flew up and away from the Parasprites. Everypony ran into Apple Jack's house for safety. "What do we do now?" Apple Jack asked. "Maybe we could make another insecticide to get rid of them," Twilight suggested. "But how are we gonna do that?" Rainbow Dash quiered. "Oh oh oh!" Pinkie Pie said. "We could combine all the insecticides together to make a totally new one!" "I highly doubt that would work, Pinkie," Apple Jack said, "but nice try." "Maybe there's something in these plant books in here that can help us," Rainbow Dash suggested. "I have an idea," Fluttershy said quietly. "What is it, Fluttershy?" Apple Jack asked. "Well," Fluttershy started, "we could try catching the Parasprites then releasing them into the Everfree forest." "That's a brilliant idea!" Twilight said. "Let's go!" "Count me out," Rarity said. "It's way too muddy out there for me." "Okie dokie," Apple Jack said as she grabbed five butterfly nets and jars. All the ponies (except Rarity, of course) went outside and got to work. Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy worked on the flying Parasprites, Apple Jack and Pinkie Pie tackled the ones on the ground, and Twilight drew the ones hidden in the trees into her jar with her magic. It took thirty minutes to clear the who plot of land. "Now all we have to do is release them into the forest," Twilight said. "C'mon everypony! Rarity, you coming?" "All right, all right I'll come," she said, "but don't expect me to help you release those things!" Everypony walked up to the Everfree Forest. "When I count to three, everypony open their jars," Apple Jack said. "One. Two. THREE!" Everypony opened the jars and watched the Parasprites fly away. "Oh yeah!" everypony exclaimed, and they all hoof bumped each other. "Well that was fun!" Apple Jack exclaimed. They all laughed, and walked to Twilight's house. ~The End! Hope you enjoyed! I need plot ideas for the Rarity fanfic you guys want me to write. Any ideas? ~RD 8\/\
Good but i think rarity is a littlw to fussy i ur story. If they needed to save ponyville i think she would hellp.