Materials: 8-thread fleecy wool; wooden needles.
This pattern may be worked in narrow strips of different
colours, and in that case each strip should contain 1 row of
patterns; or the quilt may  be composed of wide strips with
several rows of patterns, those of one row being placed between
those of the preceding. In the first case, that is if you work
narrow strips, you may use several colours; but if wide strips are
preferred, they should be of two colours only. Our pattern was
worked in wide strips, alternately grey and red. Each strip is
knitted the short way.
For a strip with five raised patterns in the width cast on 20
2nd row: Right side of the work. Slip 1, purl 1, * make
1, purl 4. Repeat from * 3 times more; make 1, purl 2.
3rd row: Slip 1, knit all the stitches that were purled
in the preceding row, and purl all those that were made.
4th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * knit 1, make 1, purl 4.
Repeat from * 3 times more; knit 1, make 1, purl 2.
5th row: Slip 1, knit all the purled stitches, purl all
6th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * knit 2, make 1, purl 4.
Repeat from * 3 times more; knit 2, make 1, purl 2.
7th row: The same as the 5th.
8th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * knit 3, make 1, purl 4, and
9th row: The same as the 5th row.
10th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * slip 1, knit 1, pass the
slipped stitch over the knitted one, knit 2, purl 4, repeat from
11th row: Knit all the purled stitches, purl all the
12th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * slip 1, knit 1, pass the
slipped stitch over, knit 1, purl 4, and repeat from *.
13th row: The same as the 11th.
14th row: Slip 1, purl 1, * slip 1, knit 1, pass the
slipped stitch over, purl 4, and repeat.
15th row: Slip 1, * knit 2 together, knit 3. Repeat
from * 3 times more; knit 2 together, knit 2.
The second row of patterns begins with the 16th row. There are
only 4 in this 2nd row, so that after the 1st slipped stitch you
purl 3 stitches instead of 1, and in the 2nd row, after the 4th
made stitch, you purl 4 more stitches. Repeat alternately these 2
rows of raised patterns, and when you have a sufficient number of
strips sew them together. Trim the quilt all round with a knotted
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Materials: 4-thread fleecy wool; 2 wooden knitting-needles; 1
flat wooden mesh.
Cast on a sufficient number of stitches, and knit the 1st row
2nd Row--Slip the 1st stitch; insert the needle into
the next stitch, and throw the cotton forward as if you were going
to knit the stitch; place the mesh behind the needle in the right
hand, and turn the wool which is on this needle upwards, bring it
back again on the needle so that it is wound once round the mesh,
and twice round the needle. Then only the double stitch through the
second stitch, knit it, and insert the needle into the next stitch,
and repeat what has been explained. Knit the last stitch without a
3rd Row--Before drawing out the mesh, turn the work and
knit one  plain row. Every double stitch is
knitted as one stitch, so as to attain the same number of stitches
as in the 1st row.
4th Row--Like the 2nd row. Repeat these rows as often
This knitting is chiefly used for borders of mats.
336.--Knitted Pattern for Comforters.
Materials: 4-thread fleecy; 2 wooden knitting-needles.
Cast on a sufficient number of stitches.
1st row: * 3 stitches in the first stitch, knit 1, purl
1, knit 1, knit 3 stitches together, repeat from *.
2nd row: Plain knitting.
3rd row: Purled.
4th row: Knitted. Repeat these four rows, only in the
next row the 3 stitches knitted together are worked on the 3
stitches worked in 1 stitch, and the 3 stitches to be worked in 1
stitch are to be placed on the one formed by knitting 3 stitches
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