Let's try English patterns! ③Sorry for the break in the series due to the New Year holidays. In the meantime, I have decided to start lessons in Kyoto, which I have been inquiring about!
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For the third time, explain levels 3 and 4. That's right, a dream shawl!
Shawls are very popular and popular items overseas. I never imagined that I would end up knitting a shawl until I started knitting English patterns, but once I started knitting it, it turned out to be a very interesting and useful item. It is most suitable for a present.
I can't imagine a life without knitting shawls.
The English pattern is full of wonderful shawls. Once you understand the structure, you'll be able to knit most of the time, so if you study a little, you'll be fine.
Top down: piper's journey
The difference is the position to start knitting. You can either start with a small number of stitches, or start with about 300 stitches and then gradually reduce the number of stitches.
For the time being, it is safe to do these two types. There is a point to knit neatly in each. I will also explain how to block.
Level 4 finally rushes into the sweater department.
It's a top-down that everyone wants to try once. In top-down, once you learn the law, all you have to do is apply it. It's not as difficult as you might think. Just learn how to think about it. We will teach you how to see the size development and how to choose the one that is perfect for your size.
I chose a cardigan and a pullover for my work. You can choose whichever you like, or you can knit both! Both are cute and lovely patterns.
Next is the last time. looking forward to.
English pattern lesson: Jiyugaoka is here. We are still recruiting.