By Barbara G. Walker
500 styles truly pictured together with knit-purl mixtures, ribbings, color-change styles, slip-stitch styles, twist sew styles, fancy texture styles, yarn-over sew styles, eyelet styles, lace, cables, and cable-stitch styles.
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BWKBT 2/14/03 5:43 AM Page 29 BWKBT 2/14/03 4:33 AM Page 30 ABBREVIATIONS beg = Begin, beginning; bet = between; BO = bind off; CC = contrasting color; ch = chain; CO = Cast on; dc = double crochet; dec = decreas(e)(s)(ing); eor = every other row; inc = increase(e)(s)(ing); k = knit; lp = loop; MC = main color; p = purl; pat = pattern; pm = place marker; rem = remaining; RS = right side; sk = skip; st(s) = stitch(es); tog = together; WS = wrong side; yo = yarn over. DIRECTIONS NOTE 1: Garment is made in one piece to underarms.
PROJECT Powder Puff Sweater, by Coats & Clark ■ SKILL LEVEL Beginner ■ SIZES Small (Medium, Large) Directions for Small with larger sizes in parentheses. If there is only one figure, it applies to all sizes. ■ FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To Fit Chest: 32 (36, 40)" Finished Chest Measurement: 40 (44, 48)" ■ MATERIALS ® COATS & CLARK Red Heart Baby Teri 3-Ply Light Worsted-Weight Yarn (3 oz. 5 SUSAN BATES crochet hooks OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE ■ GAUGE 22 sts = 9", 25 rows = 12" with larger hook TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.
Continue to inc 1 st after first marker and before second in this manner every RS row twice more, end on WS—28 sts. THUMB: Next Row (RS): K to first marker and sl these sts onto first holder, drop marker, k8, drop marker, sl remaining 10 sts onto second holder. Work even in St st on 8 sts until thumb measures 21/4", end on WS. Dec Row (RS): (K2tog) 4 times—4 sts. Break off yarn, leaving an end for sewing. Draw end through 4 sts on needle and pull up tightly. Fasten off. Sew thumb seam. HAND: Next Row (RS): Sl 10 sts from first holder onto straight needle, join yarn and pick up and k1 st at base of thumb, k10 sts from second holder—21 sts.
A Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker