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Centred Double Decrease in Eastern (Russian) Knitting

There were no centred decreases in Eastern (previously known as Russian) knitting decades ago. At least, not according to an old Russian knitting book that explains the basics of a traditional Eastern knitting style. Apparently, knitters were not worried about perfectly symmetrical decreases in their projects. They were more concerned about finishing their knits before

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Brioche Selvedges

Very few knitters don’t like the look of the brioche stitch. The rich texture and amazing softness of brioche fabric is the epitome of the cosiness and warmth of hand-knitting. Even though brioche might not be a good choice for some garments, we can easily make brioche borders to add a touch of lusciousness to

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