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podkins: This is a nice crafty little DIY idea — embroider over a seam in either knitting or crochet.  On my to-do list. e7 by laigeez found via Flickr.

Fuck Yeah, Knitting!

Embroidering knitting - part 2 by TheKnitter.themak... includes running stitch, threaded running stitch & whipped running stitch

Embroidering Knitting – part 2 - The Knitter

Kara’s Quick-Knit Tip: The Versatile Blanket Stitch. The Blanket Stitch is a quick and easy way to create a decorative and rustic edge for a cuff, collar or a hem edge. It’s also a great way to dress up swatches and turn them into coasters. Simply thread some yarn onto your tapestry needle, and follow my simple steps on www.SplendidStick...

50 Fabulous Knit Stitches Rita Weiss - Paty Entretejiendo - Picasa Webalbums

Picasa Web Albums - Paty Entretejiendo - 50 Fabulous K...

Lace & moss stitch | TheMakingSpot

The Making Spot

V Scarf: Row 1: p4, k5, p5, k2, p5, k5, p4 Row 2: k3, p5 k5, p4, k5, p5, k3 Row 3: p2, k5, p5, k6, p5, k5, p2 Row 4: k1, p5, k5, p8, k5, p5, k1 Row 5: k5, p5, k10, p5, k5 Repeat these 5 rows for desired length.

I love this knit stitch. Cast on multiples of 4. Knit all right side (odd) rows. Row 2 and 4: p1k3 across. Row 6 and 8: k2, *p1k3 across to end, end with p1k1. Repeat 8 rows for pattern. Or for Row 6 and 8, start with a k1 and end with p1k2

Here is the pattern for Loose Lattice Lace; Knit on Multiple of 8 stitches + 3. Noted: Stitches should only be counted after the 5th, 6th, 11th and 12th rows. Row 1 (right side): K1, *k2tog, k1, yf, k1, sl1, k1, psso, k2; rep from * to last 1 sts, k2. Row 2 and every alternated row: Purl. Row 3: *K2tog, k1, [yf, k1] twice, sl1, k1, psso; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3. Row 5: K2, *yf, k3, yf, k1, sl 1, k1, psso, k1; rep from * to last st, k1. Row 7: K4, *k2tog, k1, yf, k1, ...