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Matching comforter covers and shams are also essential on the knits as they are on regular bedding ensembles.
The knitting machines which produce jersey knit fabrics have one set of needles in one needle bed.
David Rawson, marketing manager of knitting specialists Sirdar, says it is time hand knits were given the credit they deserve.
The ugly yellows and atrocious oranges that used to be a hallmark of knitting have been supplanted by fluorescent microfibers and bright metallic yarns that knit up into shimmering scarves worthy of boutique store windows.
In those days, I could knit from 15-20 garments a week costing from pounds 4 to pounds 15, and for adults my speciality was ladies' suits which were lined and decorated with beads at pounds 50 to pounds 100.
CASTING OFF IF YOU want to learn to knit, brush up your needle skills, or just meet other like-minded people, there are a number of places in the North East you can go.
Softness and touchability are an overriding influence for the coming season, with texture in cashmere, wool and especially cable knit patterns featuring in all areas of soft furnishings for the home," confirms Kate Mooney, founder of Occa-Home.
A RETIRED dressmaker who knits all year round to raise money for cancer charity Velindre has been rewarded with an Echo Bouquet of the Week.
I made a scarf or two and became skilled enough to knit a simple sweater.
This partner program was created as a collaborative effort between Aroha Knits and Alice Fate to encourage small knitting businesses to support independent designers, such as herself, by purchasing a license and giving proper credit to the designer.
Mark Fast, this season, opted for a weightier graphic ribbed knit that took the shape of pencil skirts slashed to the thigh and cropped jumpers.