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Changing from crochet to knitting within a pattern.

I have been crocheting for a very long time.... however, I have recently taught myself how to knit... just the basics. I have a beautiful dress pattern that I would like to try... But it has an unusual twist... part of it is crocheted and part of it is knitted. The instructions are very clear that you do not cut the yarn and to pick up stitches on the knitting needles then change back to the crochet hook.... Can any one explain to me how to do this.....????

 
Mother Hen 1 wrote 2 years 47 weeks ago

Changing from crochet to knitting within a pattern.

When You have Crochet stitches on the row take your Knitting Needle and go from left to right
( if you are right handed ) and slide the knitting needle throw the row or Crochet stitches to be Knitted.
And when you have Knitted stitches to be crochet the stitches can just be crocheted from the Knitting >>>
unless a specific side is to be worked then just slide the stitches to be able to be worked as the pattern calls for !
Hope you can get a picture of my explanation !

Mother Hen 1 <>< ♥

 
Mother Hen 1 wrote 3 years 1 week ago

Changing from crochet to knitting within a pattern.

You would have to pick up on the Knitting Needle the Stitches to be used for the Knitted part of the pattern and then work the Knitting >>>
When You go back to Crochet > have the stitches on the left needle and then Crochet !
Be careful to have the stitches ( as You change ) not too loose or too tight .

What is the Pattern you are using >?
I would like to find a site that would show a picture or the Pattern !

M♥ther Hen <><

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