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What is Intarsia Knit Wears

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2021/07/22 13:06
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Intarsia Knit Wears is a unique knitting pattern that combines the ability to turn your existing stockinette to a gorgeous lace. It has such a lovely look that you'll never want to go back to stockinette again.

Intarsia Knit Wears is a unique knitting pattern that combines the ability to turn your existing stockinette to a gorgeous lace. It has such a lovely look that you'll never want to go back to stockinette again. Simply work the lace-like pattern into the existing stockinette and enjoy the result. It's a great way to transition to a new sock, or it's a versatile replacement for the stockinette-to-lace pattern.Intarsia Knit Wears is available in two versions. First is the plain crochet version and the second version is the "knit" version. It is important to note that we make the pattern in worsted weight yarn, which has less stretch than aran weight yarn.

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What's the difference between Intarsia Knit Wears fabrics?Intarsia Knit Wears is a combination of 100% cotton. This creates a softer, warmer feel than standard softwear fabrics. Intarsia Knit Wears is a 100% cotton blend with a stretch and layin' quality the same as the raw fabric. Intarsia Knit Wears is all handspun and hand-dyed.
What is the difference between a manual Intarsia Knit Wears and a machine Intarsia Knit Wears? A manual Intarsia Knit Wears and machine-made Intarsia Knit Works. This is the easiest to do on the market. The same yarn is used and the yarn is designed for a different width and tension. The difference is in the technique- the same yarn is used, but it is intended to be used in a different way. For example, a manual Intarsia Knits is intended to be worked all the way to the edge of the back. In machine-made Intarsia Knits the row is worked up until the edge, then the row is continued with a smaller amount of yarn than the row was.