Hats, Mittens, Socks
Easy-Crochet ... Simple Knits
Coats & Clark's
Original Copyright 1962
WEAVING ... Thread needle with yarn. Holding the 2 needles together with yarn at right back (see fig.), draw yarn through next st on front needle as if to purl, leave st on needle, * draw yarn through next st on back needle as if to knit, leave st on needle, draw yarn through same st on front needle as if to knit, drop st off needle, draw yarn through next st on front needle as if to purl, leave st on needle, draw yarn through same st on back needle as if to purl, drop st off needle. Repeat from * until all sts are woven together. Fasten securely on wrong side.
LAUNDERING … Dissolve mild soap flakes in lukewarm water. Place garment in soapy water and squeeze very gently. Rinse several times in clear cool water without raising garment from water. Remove from water supporting garment with both hands. Place on turkish towel to dry, patting into original shape. Allow to dry on towel.
|half double crochet||h dc|
|double treble||d tr|
|slip stitch||sl st|
|pass slipped stitch over knit stitch||p.s.s.o.|
* (asterisk) … Repeat the instructions following the asterisk as many times as stated.
Repeat instructions in parentheses as many times as stated. For example: "(K 1, O, p 3) 4 times" means to make whatever is in parentheses 4 times in all.
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