De 5 bedste måder at slå masker op – og hvornår du skal bruge dem

De 5 bedste måder at slå masker op – og hvornår du skal bruge dem

Der er så utroligt mange måder at starte et nyt strikkeprojekt på. Og her mener jeg måder at slå masker op på. Bruger du den du lærte som barn og som fungerer upåklageligt? Eller har du indstuderet nogle af de utallige opslagninger, som du bl.a. finder vejledninger til på Youtube? Her får du mine x yndlingsopslagninger, som jeg bruger for at få den finish og … som jeg ønsker.

 

Krydsopslagning – den gode gamle

Twisted German Cast on

Løkkeopslagning (backward loop method)

Italiensk opslagning / Tubular cast on

Strikket opslag / kabelopslag

 

 

 

The Dotted Stripes Shawl

The Dotted Stripes Shawl

The Dotted Stripes Shawl

The Dotted Stripes shawl is an asymmetrical, elegant accessory that will fit perfectly into your wardrobe in multiple ways. You can wear it as a shawl to warm the upper torso and you can wear it as a big chunky scarf around the neck in the winter.

It’s worked in Quince & Co. Owl which I love but you can use another worsted weight yarn as well. Preferably one with 50 % alpaca and 50 % wool like Owl. But I guess that most worsted weight yarns would work for this shawl.

With this design, I wanted to use Mosaic knitting sparsely to make the dotted lines or stripes stand out in an elegant way.

The shawl is worked sideways in two colors starting from one point to the opposite side. Then the border at the bottom is worked. Lastly, the tassels are made and attached. The pattern features stockinette stitch, some simple mosaic knitting, moss stitch, and i-cord bind off.

The pattern is available in English and Danish and you can buy it in my shop and on Ravelry.