Reading A Knitting Pattern For Beginners

Beginner, Textiles | 24 Sep, 2012

This video is a basic overview for how to read a knitting pattern. All of what is inside a basic knitting pattern is discussed including all the general components which comprise it. Different variations of stitch and layout are key, so once you watch this video you should have a much more stable understanding of how to read a knitting pattern.

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    1. i am trying to make my friend a pair of mittens and i was wondering if you could help me translate a pattern from this website for making mittens.w3 freevintageknitting com / mittens / 615 – mittens – pattern htmlParticularly, the pattern for Adults>Women’s>Medium>Two Needle Mittens. I understand what to do for the ‘cuff’ part but as for the rest i am so lost :S i would be so thankful 😀

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    2. i am trying to make my friend a pair of mittens and i was wondering if you could help me translate a pattern from this website for making mittens.

      w3 freevintageknitting com / mittens / 615 – mittens – pattern html

      Particularly, the pattern for Adults>Women’s>Medium>Two Needle Mittens. I understand what to do for the ‘cuff’ part but as for the rest i am so lost :S i would be so thankful 😀

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    3. o my, that looks like a very complex pattern! i have never made mittens before, so this is def confusing for me, too. I think for the “Hand” part, when they say “knit even”, it means knit the rounds with the same number of stitches in each round. Then they mention “inc” which is when you are adding stitches in that round. I wish I could be of more help, but I’m not experienced in knitting mittens =( good luckk!

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    4. o my, that looks like a very complex pattern! i have never made mittens before, so this is def confusing for me, too. I think for the “Hand” part, when they say “knit even”, it means knit the rounds with the same number of stitches in each round. Then they mention “inc” which is when you are adding stitches in that round.
      I wish I could be of more help, but I’m not experienced in knitting mittens =( good luckk!

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    5. Thanks so much for posting these videos! They are helping me so much. I am just beginning to learn how to knit so I haven’t completed anything yet, but your videos are very clear to understand and you go at a great pace. Thanks!

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    6. yay, I’m so glad to hear this is helpful! One of my main goals for my videos is to make it clear and easy to follow : ) since when I was first learning, I felt like most videos went too fast. Thanks for watching/commenting! Happy knitting this season!

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    7. yay, I’m so glad to hear this is helpful! One of my main goals for my videos is to make it clear and easy to follow : ) since when I was first learning, I felt like most videos went too fast.
      Thanks for watching/commenting! Happy knitting this season!

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