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The knitted decorations are sold for PS1 each and the total amount is donated to Velindre.
I looked first in The Knitting Answer Book, and not finding it explained there I went online and learned that self-striping is a type of variegation in which each length of color is longer--12 inches or more, compared to the usual three to four inches--creating a series of stripes when knitted into small projects like socks or mittens.
Gillian Brazier knitted a royal wedding inspired corgi three years ago and it was snapped up by Americans who began swamping her with orders.
Early knitting started with fishermen, who knitted their own jumpers and socks; more men than women knitted - now it's the other way round.
As knitters around the country gather in Chicago to learn from the experts, try the latest yarns and knitting gadgets, share the creativity of their fellow knitters, Debbie Macomber hopes to inspire them to look at ways they can make a difference with their knitting needles, wrapping children around the globe in warmth and hope with hand knitted sweaters, caps, blankets and more through the World Vision Knit for Kids program.
Create a cosy, chic look with a knitted sweater that offers versatility and comfort for the winter.
Premier [R] Dental introduces the Knit-Pak[TM] gingival retraction cord, a non-impregnated knitted cord made from 100 percent cotton.
The 7ft tree, bringing festive cheer in Cramlington Library, has been knitted from top to bottom by a group of local ladies.
In the First and Second World Wars - and virtually every other conflict before and since - they knitted socks and gloves to show their patriotism.
Knitted dress, pounds 55, chunky scarf, pounds 25, White Stuff, www.
Sharp-eyed fashionistas, always ahead of the pack on trends, will have spotted Pringle and Dior embracing a knitted look on the catwalk, with pieces such as oversized woollies and long, winding scarves.