Traveling Stitches in Double-knitting
Traveling stitches are single columns that “float” diagonally above a background; they can be worked as a set of increases and decreases, but most often are worked as a simple 1×1 cable. In double-knitting, those cables aren't quite as simple, but they're still easy to do as compared to wider double-knit cables.
In this workshop, I'll teach some basic increase/decrease traveling stitches, along with two different ways of doing the cabled versions without a cable needle! This workshop will prepare you in part for patterns like Twice as Sexy and Atyria II.
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(what to bring)
2 distinct solid colors (1 light, 1 darker) of plain yarn in the DK to worsted weight range and a pair of straight or circular needles in an appropriate size for your chosen yarn.
(what to Do)
Please follow the instructions on the homework page.