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The UK's Bestselling Knitting Magazine

issue 109

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Man Of Steel (page 33)

You may need an extra ball of yarn for this hat. The brim template is printed at the correct size so does not need enlarging. Also, when sewing the brim to the hat, it is the cast-on edge (26 sts) and sloped edge (4 sts on each side) that are sewn to the 35 stitches of the hat. We do apologise for this.

 

Chunky cardigan (page 13)


This cardigan was actually photographed in James C. Brett Lakeland, shade K11. You will need 4 (5, 5, 5, 5, 7) 100g balls.

 

Cape Town (page 72)

Front and Back Shape Shoulders: the fifth size, should read Work 12 rows dec on st at each end of next and every foll alt row. 20 sts

TOP TIP:
Instead of casting off then picking up the same number of stitches for the neckband, I have found it easier to slip the stitches on to a stitch holder. I have used this wool before and know it is not easy to pick up stitches with it.
LK Reader Lynne Devaney

 

Sideways Jacket (page 14)


The abbreviation given for k1b and p1b is incorrect. It stands for knit/purl one through the back loop and not working into the row below. We do apologise.

 

Cosy Time (page 68)


When working CL6, stopping wrapping when the yarn is at the front of the work, then purl the next stitch to hold the wraps in place and keep the pattern correct.

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issue 109

Man Of Steel (page 33)

You may need an extra ball of yarn for this hat. The brim template is printed at the correct size so does not need enlarging. Also, when sewing the brim to the hat, it is the cast-on edge (26 sts) and sloped edge (4 sts on each side) that are sewn to the 35 stitches of the hat. We do apologise for this.

Chunky cardigan (page 13)


This cardigan was actually photographed in James C. Brett Lakeland, shade K11. You will need 4 (5, 5, 5, 5, 7) 100g balls.

Cape Town (page 72)

Front and Back Shape Shoulders: the fifth size, should read Work 12 rows dec on st at each end of next and every foll alt row. 20 sts

TOP TIP:
Instead of casting off then picking up the same number of stitches for the neckband, I have found it easier to slip the stitches on to a stitch holder. I have used this wool before and know it is not easy to pick up stitches with it.
LK Reader Lynne Devaney

Sideways Jacket (page 14)


The abbreviation given for k1b and p1b is incorrect. It stands for knit/purl one through the back loop and not working into the row below. We do apologise.

Cosy Time (page 68)


When working CL6, stopping wrapping when the yarn is at the front of the work, then purl the next stitch to hold the wraps in place and keep the pattern correct.

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