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Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 7
Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 7

Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 7

Designer: Jemima Bicknell
  • NEEDLES

    : 3.25mm straight and double-pointed, two (for I-cord)
  • SIZE

    Bunting flags: 14cm long x 14cm wide; Completed bunting: approx. 180cm long
  • SKILL LEVEL

    Beginner
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Congratulations, you’ve made it to the last part of your Beaded Bunting Knitalong – what an achievement! Complete Jemima Bicknell’s gorgeous project with a final flag that combines two of your previous effects - gathering and small lace chevrons. Then, join your project together with a clever I-cord string that casts off your flags at the same time. We want to see all your finished projects, so make sure you share them with the community on your private Let’s Knit Together Facebook page.

Jemima Bicknell

Jemima Bicknell

Designer

“Work the I-cord edge at the beginning and end of each bunting flag row loosely. It can be helpful to pull down on the edge a couple of times while working the first three stitches of each row to encourage the I-cord edge into shape.”

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  • Project information

    Yarn : Rico Essentials Cotton DK
    Yarn Colours Rico Essentials Cotton DK, shades (A) 10 Smokey Rose, (B) 101 Sage, (C) 59 Light Mint, (D) 15 Berry, (E) 88 Cream, one 50g ball of each
    Needles : 3.25mm straight and double-pointed, two (for I-cord)
    Additional Crochet hook: 1mm; Beads: 4mm (size 6) seed beads, 59; Stitch holder; Tapestry needle
    Tension Square 24 sts x 32 rows; 10cm x 10cm; Stocking stitch; 3.25mm needles
  • About the designer

    Jemima Bicknell

    Jemima Bicknell

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