Shadowlands on the cliff

Shadowlands

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Light filters through shades of dusk to introduce knitters to a two-colored slipped stitch design in Shadowlands.  Like mountain peaks on a range, light and dark cables interplay, never entwining yet always connecting.  As beautiful as the sun-kissed mountaintops and as rare as a solo sunset, Shadowlands is sure to draw every eye.  Construction: in the round, seamlessly, only one color is used at a time. The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written and charted. $12.00 Finished Measurements:Small (Large): 18.5”/ 47cm (24”/ 61cm) around by 7.5”/ 19cm long Materials:2 skeins Malabrigo Verano, shown in colors Pistachio (MC) and Chocolate (CC) Single skein info: 100% pima cotton Worsted/ DK; 205yds/ 187m per 100g/ 3.53ozUS 8/ 5mm circular needlesCable …

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Hemming and Ending Slingshot

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Puddles and I are so excited to introduce something we’ve not done before – a pattern designed to learn and practice Lindsay’s Invisible Short Rows for 2 color brioche knitting! We could have just created a dishcloth, but that wouldn’t be very “Knit Eco Chic” so instead we created a fun faux-bius with directions for an optional skinny scarf.

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Lindsay’s Invisible Short Rows

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Brioche, Hems and Ends, How-Tos, Pattern Related, Stitch in Focus, Terran MKAL Leave a Comment

One of the things I love most about brioche knitting is the reversible nature of the stitch. When it came to short rows, though, the techniques I could find all “displayed” the short rows in varying degrees of glaring announcements “there is a short row here!” I knew they had to be a way to make it completely invisible.