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Made to fit a size foot. Size 1 circular needles, or set of 5 dpns Gauge: 7 sts per inch Using crochet provisional cast on, cast on 27 stitches. Yarn: Knitpicks Stroll fingering weight in Dusk — Toe: 7 stitches are wrapped and turned on each side, leaving 13 live in the center. Unpick the crochet chain and pick up the live stitches. Knit 2 rows in stockinette. Lace Pattern: Important note: when coming to the double yarn overs in the even rows, knit into the 1st yarn over regularly, then knit into the back loop of the second yarn over. Work until 1. Heel: Work the heel the same as for the toe.
Leg: Knit two rounds the same as for the foot to make the heel longer, then begin knitting the lace repeats all around. Work two-three repeats or until you see fit.
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Puff stitches give this pattern all the texture, but they don't complicate the chevron shaping one bit — that happens on totally different rows.
In other words, this deliciously textured, delightfully zig-zaggy pattern is easier than it looks. We see you, puff stitch, and raise you one. These bobbles pop right off the fabric.
Chevron Trim Top Knitting Pattern
This stitch is a home run for baby blankets — little hands LOVE squishing bobbles. At first glance, this stitch pattern doesn't scream chevron — it's missing the telltale peaks and valleys running along the bottom edge — but it still has the overall feel of a classic chevron. Clever color changes create the gentle ripple pattern.
Go high contrast with your colors to make the pattern pop. Inbox Inspiration!
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Chevrons: you know 'em, you love 'em. But did you know there are seemingly endless ways to make those pleasing zigzag patterns? How to Crochet Super Sharp Chevrons. If you want to crochet chevrons that are on point, look no further than this sharp chevron stitch. Say THAT ten times fast! The points are dramatic, thanks to strategically placed ch-1 stitches at the peaks and valleys. The subtle shell stitch brings balance with its somewhat delicate effect. At first glance, this stitch pattern doesn't scream chevron — it's missing the telltale peaks and valleys running along the bottom edge — but it still has the feel of a classic chevron.leondumoulin.nl/language/book/what-might-have-been.php
Ravelry: Chevron Shell pattern by Alice Tang
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