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Sue Booth has very kindly sent us some instructions for easy buttonholes.
The instructions are very clear, and include photographs.
As we move towards the Centenary of the end of WW1 members may want to produce knitted poppies to use or wear in commemoration events.
Sue Booth has kindly produced a poppies pattern that we can use to knit them on the machine, and has given permission for it to be made available here:
Action sheetYou know how awkward it can be – trying to remember what you’re supposed to be doing next when you’re changing colour every 8th row, decreasing on one side every 6th row, decreasing on the other side every 10th row...
These cheat sheets can help – just work out what you need to do when in advance, fill in the sheet and tick the task off when you’ve done it.
There are two ‘sets’ – one with row numbers and a blank on without. Each is provided in three formats – if you don’t know which to pick, I suggest the PDFs.
Numbered rows version
- .pdf (for PDF readers, like Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- .docx (for newer versions of Word
- .doc (for older versions of Word)