Twinover and other Double Increases

I promised to reveal other relatives of Twincrease – a symmetrical single increase. In this second article, we move on to the next generation of increases. It’s time for Double Increases! We start with the most basic Double Increase, made from a double yarn over between stitches. This article studies many varieties of double increases…

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New invention!

It is December, and time for Christmas presents! My gift to you is my new invention: an increase which is totally symmetrical. This is a new type of Centred Single Increase which I call Twincrease. As far as I know, all existing single increases are asymmetrical. Therefore I hope Twincrease will be an important addition to the…

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New Tutorial added!

Month ago I published a pattern with new type of selvedge: Slip knit Distitch selvedge. It featured a beautiful edge with a chain of closed (crossed) stitches. Today I’m introducing another selvedge type – with the chain of open stitches. It is very similar to the first type, but the difference is the way how…

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