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I Like Knitting Adding Beads to Knitwear - I Like Knitting

I Like Knitting Adding Beads to Knitwear - I Like Knitting

Beaded rib knitting stitch; how to knit  Multiple of 5 + 2.  1st row (right side): P2,*k1, p1, k1, p2; rep from * to end.  2nd row: K2, *p3, k2; rep from * to end.  Rep these 2 rows.    Read more: http://www.craftelf.com/knitting-stitch-patterns/beaded-rib-knitting-stitch.html#ixzz2AWQjuuye

Learn how to knit the beaded rib stitch with a free knitting pattern from Craft Elf.

Adding beads to knitting - The great trick here is that using the teeny crochet hooks means you don't have to pre-string the beads on the yarn!

Nativ Marshall --- A simpler way to add beads to knitting? Adding beads to knitting - The great trick here is that using the teeny crochet hooks means you don't have to pre-string the beads on the yarn!

Multiple of 12 stitches, + 6. All even rows are purl to end. Stitch repeat is highlighted in pale yellow.

A collection of beautiful knitting stitches featuring lace and eyelets for knitters of all levels, including written instructions and chart patterrn.

Bobbles and Leaves Beret:  4 different sized needles to make, but textural masterpiece!

If you love knit hat patterns, but aren't comfortable working with double pointed or circular needles, then you might want to give this pattern a try. Made with vibrant yarn, knit bobbles and a leaf-like design, the Blueberry Crumble Beret is surpri

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