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How to Knit with Multiple Types of Yarn

How to Knit with Multiple Types of Yarn
How to Knit with Multiple Types of Yarn
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When knitting with multiple types of yarn, there are two things you need to keep in mind. First, make sure the gauge stays the same, as seen in this video, by combining two strands of the cotton yarn. Secondly, since the fibers of the material are different and different fabrics react differently to heat, make sure you take extra care when washing the garment. Nonetheless, the finished product of working with two types of yarn is always gorgeous, because you can combine multiple textures and even different stitches within the same knitting pattern.


Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Materials List

  • US 11 needles
  • 2 strands Lily Sugar‘n Cream yarn held together
  • 1 strand roving yarn


With DK yarn, CO 250 sts loosely ( or use your own # of cast on stitches). Begin working on striped pattern as follows;
*With DK yarn, knit in garter stitch pattern (knit all rows) for about an inch ending with the wrong side row.
Next row (right side): Change to Mohair yarn and knit in stockinette stitch pattern (knit on the right side and purl on the wrong side) for another inch ending with the wrong side row.
Repeat from * once more.
Change to DK yarn and finish off the last stripe for one more inch. Bind off loosely. Cut yarn and weave it behind work. Block piece if preferred.

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