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Single Basketweave Stitch Pattern

By: Marie Segares from undergroundcrafter.com
Single Basketweave Stitch Pattern
Single Basketweave Stitch Pattern
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If you want to learn to knit, starting with simple swatches that teach you stitch patterns can be a great tactic. This Single Basketweave Stitch Pattern is one of those how-to swatches you can use to learn a new stitch. And, if you make enough swatches like this, you can assemble them into a patchwork afghan! So there's nothing to stop you from learning how to knit the basketweave knitting stitch with this free knitting pattern! Just follow along with the easy step-by-step guidelines and you'll be doing basketweave knitting before you know it.

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Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I have just found five or so more squares for the pram cover or crib cover. With enough knitters one could create a special bed spread for a twin bed - start with the pram or crib cover and as the child grows, add the rest of the squares to fit the twin or single bed. These squares are simple to knit with easily followed instructions - wonder how many it would take to make a coverlet for the antique brass bed? would look absotively loverly

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