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Free Knitting Patterns
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(c.1945, but commonly worn during Tudor and Victorian times)
st-stitch; k-knit; p-purl; dc-double crochet; p3tog-purl next 3 stitches together to make one stitch; ( )-repeat instructions between brackets as directed.
Size 16 (1.5 mm) knitting needles, ½ skein 1-ply wool (or small amount of DMC 80 crochet cotton which will make the work more open), Shirring elastic, 0.75 mm crochet hook (optional)
Cast on 30 sts. Knit 1 row.
1st row: k
2nd row: k1, ([k1, p1, k1[ all in next stitch, p3tog) to last st, k1.
3rd row: k
4th row: k1, (p3tog, [k1, p1, k1] all in next st) to last st. k1.
5th row: k
Repeat rows 2 - 5 until work measures 1¼ inches (3 cm) or suitable length. Cast off, but do not break yarn.
To make up:
Holding the elastic against the knitting, work a row of dc (US single crochet) over the elastic into the edge of the knitting. Work round 3 sides of knitting, leaving cast off edge plain for front of head. If preferred the elastic can be oversewn onto the edge of the knitting. Draw up elastic to a suitable length and sew neatly to beginning and end of crochet or over sewing to fasten.
© Copyright F. H. Powell 2005
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