Knitting: learning to make a sample

Knitting: learning to make a sample


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The realization of a knitted sample is essential before starting a project. Indeed, this makes it possible to test the tension to be achieved on the structure so as to comply with the instructions of the actu: 739839 boss. Generally, the voltage indications given by the actu: 739839 pattern are given for a 10 cm sample, which therefore requires that you start by making a sample with a slightly larger surface. 1. When you have finished knitting your sample, place it on a flat surface. Using a ruler, measure 10 cm horizontally from your sample, avoiding positioning yourself on one edge. Place two pins at each end of the measure and count the number of stitches between these two pins.
2. Then measure vertically 10 cm of your sample and place two pins at each end of the measurement. Again count the number of stitches between the two pins.
3. You can then compare the number of stitches in your sample to that indicated by the actu: 739839 pattern. If you get a higher number of meshes than the current one: 739839 pattern, this means that your work is too tight. Conversely, if the number of meshes is less than the number of meshes indicated by the actu: 739839 boss, your work is too loose.



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