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Dana Biddle
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ColourSpun In Stitches - Cabled Basket Weave Stitch
This easy cable stitch pattern is worked over 4 sts and 4 rows and produces a thick, stable fabric. Make it even more interesting by working with more than one colour. You will need: ColourSpun Yarn of your choice available from www.colourspun.com Knitting ...

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ColourSpun In Stitches - Tunisian Bobbles
Tunisian Bobble Stitch produces a fabric that looks equally good on both sides. It is worked on a Tunisian/Afghan hook which looks like a knitting needle with a hook instead of a point on the one end and a stopper on the other. These hooks come in different...

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ColourSpun In Stitches - Mitred Square
This is the most basic square used in modular knitting. Each square shape is knit by casting on an odd number of stitches then decreasing 2 stitches in the middle of every 2nd (wrong side) row until you run out of stitches. The size of each square is determ...

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ColourSpun In Stitches - Mock Cable
This is a great way to add a cable effect to your knitting without using a cable needle, which makes it quick and easy too. You will need: ColourSpun – Yarn of your choice available from www.colourspun.com Knitting needles to suit your yarn Abbreviations C/...

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ColourSpun In Stitches - Tunisian Knit Stitch
Tunisian Knit Stitch produces a fabric that looks very much like knitted stocking stitch but the finished fabric is much thicker, it’s no wonder that so many people consider Tunisian a cross between knitting and crochet. It is worked on a Tunisian/Afghan h...

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ColourSpun In Stitches - Box Stitch
Using only simple knit and purl stitches, this pattern produces a double sided, textured fabric that is wonderful for scarves and throws. You will need ColourSpun Yarn of your choice available from www.colourspun.com Knitting needles to suite your yarn Abbr...
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