what does St st mean when knitting ?

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Answered: KNIT shop in Bluffton SC

Google or yellow pages

Answered: I have a scarf pattern for knitting. I do not understand what S11P means

I used to be able to explain this clearly but I think this website will do a better job: http://moresewforyou.com

Answered: Where can I find patterns for ugly christmas sweaters to knit like the

Google images has some pictures of designs you can make. Maybe the fabric store still might have some holiday pattern fabric you can add to the sweater? walmart may have some things to add or your local craft store might have fabric or iron-on holiday patterns to add to the sweater?

Answered: What does tanner mean

In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.

Answered: Knitting a gauage

Unless the whole garment is in rib, generally the swatch is done with the stitch of the main pattern. Most patterns will tell you this. If the majority of the object is rib, and it says to gauge in rib, then you need to just lie it flat. It is best to take it off the needles, but if it is a big ...
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Is there anyplace online where you can find knitting patterns for

The best place to check would be ravelry . People post the patterns they have created, and you can even say you are looking for a pattern similar to something you saw in a store.

How do i learn to knit?

Hope you got knitting :-) Again, there are tons of videos online that can give you the basics on how to knit. To list a few for example: One way to cast on: http://video.aol.com/video/how-to-cast-on/1736530222 One way to do the Knit stitch: http://video.aol.com/video/how-to-knit-the-knit-stitch ...

Need to know about a knit stitch - Mk

I've never seen "Mk" but at a guess, think it is probably a Make 1 (in US patterns usually a M1). Is the origin of your pattern overseas somewhere, and or translated from another language? To do a M1 you would normally lift the bar between your stitches with the right needle pass it to the left ...