Glos­sary

Creative Knitting - - KNITTING SCHOOL -

bind-off— used to fin­ish an edge cast-on— process of mak­ing foun­da­tion stitches used in knit­ting decrease— means of re­duc­ing the num­ber of stitches in a row in­crease— means of adding to the num­ber of stitches in a row in­tar­sia— method of knit­ting a mul­ti­col­ored pat­tern into the fab­ric us­ing mul­ti­ple sep­a­rate yarn sources knit­wise— in­sert nee­dle into stitch as if to knit make 1— method of in­creas­ing us­ing the strand be­tween the last stitch worked and the next stitch place marker— place a pur­chased marker or loop of con­trast­ing yarn onto the nee­dle or into the fab­ric to fa­cil­i­tate work­ing a pat­tern stitch or keep track of shap­ing purl­wise— in­sert nee­dle into stitch as if to purl right side— pub­lic side of gar­ment or piece sel­vage stitch— edge stitch used to make seam­ing eas­ier slip stitch— an un­worked stitch slipped from left nee­dle to right nee­dle, usu­ally as if to purl wrong side— pri­vate side of gar­ment or piece work even— con­tinue to work in the pat­tern as es­tab­lished with­out work­ing any in­creases or de­creases work in pat­tern as es­tab­lished— con­tinue to work fol­low­ing the pat­tern stitch as it has been set up or es­tab­lished on the nee­dle, work­ing any in­creases or de­creases in such a way that the es­tab­lished pat­tern re­mains the same yarn over— method of in­creas­ing by wrap­ping the yarn over the right nee­dle with­out work­ing a stitch

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