I've been creating things since I can remember. I have done all kinds of needlecraft, knitting, crochet, but, as a rule, I keep coming back to knitting. It is my favorite craft so far. I have ...
I've been creating things since I can remember. I have done all kinds of needlecraft, knitting, crochet, but, as a rule, I keep coming back to knitting. It is my favorite craft so far. I have created my own patterns since I started knitting as a child. A few years ago I learned how to write them down so I can share them with more knitters. Even though there is a lot of math involved in pattern writing, I enjoy it occasionally.
Some of my patterns have been published in Knitcircus Magazine a few years ago.
This pattern store is a new way for me to share them.
When not knitting I am a writer and translator. My work has appeared in publications like Skipping Stones, TravelLady, Travel Thru History, Stories for Children, and a few others.
I am writing on HubPages: http://emesefromm.hubpages.com/
and my personal blog is: https://worldofinkandyarn.wordpress.com/
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These legwarmers were made specifically for a ballet dancer. The cotton knit very tight makes them stiff, which is great for ballet, but probably not fun for everyday. I chose cotton because it does not slip on tights, so they stay on even while dancing. Though this is still my daughter's favorite pair, I'm not sure I would do it again in the same yarn; it is quite hard on your fingers. So unless you are planning to make this for a ballet dancer, I would recommend using a wool blend.
rib sts: 1"x1" = 6 sts x 6 rows
stockinette sts: 1"x1"= 5 sts x 7 rows