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by: INGOR     2019-07-18
Knitting Patterns use specific instructions to provide "recipes" for creating knitted items such as hats, sweaters, or handbags ".These include instructions on the yarn weight and size of the knitting needle to be used.It takes a little time and effort to adjust the size specified in the knit pattern, but it is usually possible.
The pattern may need to be adjusted for several reasons.The knitter may have a particularly tight or loose stitch so that the expected weight and the size of the needle do not produce a garment of the right size.The weavers may wish to use yarn different from the one suggested by the pattern designer.
Or the weavers may want to make a garment of a size that is not patterned.Check your mode.Find the recommended yarn weight and needle size.If you haven't, pick out your yarn and needle.
Knit a swatch.
Most patterns have recommended yarn weights and needle shapes, and provide a "gauge" consisting of the number of stitches per inch and the number of rows per inch ".Weave a small piece of square fabric based on these recommended figures and measure the sample using your ruler or flexible tape measure.Adjust the size of the needle.A smaller set of needles causes more needles per inch, and a larger set of needles causes fewer needles per inch.
Pick another yarn weight.
Even within a single yarn weight, the width of the yarn is not exactly the same.Compare your yarnby-side.You might find two.For example, the width and texture of the weight yarn are significantly different.Same fine yarn-The size of the needle will sew more needles per inch, the overall clothing will be smaller;The thicker the yarn, the fewer stitches per inch, and the larger the overall garment.
Adjust the size of the needle and/or the weight of the yarn and re-weave the sample.Continue to adjust and re-weave the sample until the appropriate number of stitches per inch is found.Calculate your own digital pattern based on your sample.
If you need to make a pattern for a size other than the size specified in the original pattern, this is the technique to use.Determine the measurements of the required sweater around the chest, skirt around the hips, hat around the head or diameter of the handbag.Using the specifications of the sample, multiply the number of stitches per inch by the required measurements around the garment.
This is the key number of the body of your dress, telling you how many needles should be around the knit item.Calculate any other necessary numbers using percentages.For example, the rule of thumb for sweater sleeves is 20%, 33 of the key number for the cuffs.
3% of the upper arm key number.
Look at the original pattern.
Find the number of stitches involved in the clothing section in question and calculate its percentage of key items in the pattern.For example, when sizing a children's sweater to fit an adult, you may find that the number of stitches at the neckline is 50, and the number of needles around the main part of the body (key numbers) is 120.50 is about 42% of 120.Use the diameter you need for your sweater body as a key number to calculate 42% of that diameter to find the number of stitches you need for your adult sweater neckline.
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