By Francesca Hobart
A part of the ''Bluegum job Books'' sequence, this can be the second one job publication via Campbell Morris which teaches the younger reader to build airplane out of paper.
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Pull the attached yarn behind the needle and, pulling tightly, knit the first stitch onto a second needle. ) Continue to work the rest of the stitches from the left needle onto the right. Once you have finished knitting the stitches on the needle and have increased their total number, distribute the stitches onto three DPNs and continue knitting in the round with a fourth needle. Using a Circular Needle Whether you switch to a circular needle midway in a piece after using DPNs, or you are starting a new piece by casting onto a circular needle, the idea is the same as using DPNs: knitting in a continuous round in a counterclockwise direction.
Lay the square flat without stretching it—it’s helpful to pin it to an ironing board or another surface so it won’t slip around—and use a ruler or tape measure to determine how many stitches and how many rows there are per inch or centimeter. , your knitting is looser than in the sample), switch to a smaller-sized needle and try again. , your knitting is tighter than in the sample), you can try using a larger-sized needle. Another way to adjust the gauge is to use a different yarn that is closer in weight to that suggested in the pattern.
Rnds 68–81: Knit (14 rnds). Rnd 82: [K2tog, k9] 8 times (80 sts). Rnds 83 and 84: Knit. Rnd 85: [K2tog, k8] 8 times (72 sts). Rnds 86 and 87: Knit. Rnd 88: [K2tog, k7] 8 times (64 sts). Rnds 89 and 90: Knit. Rnd 91: [K2tog, k6] 8 times (56 sts). Rnd 92: Knit. Rnd 93: [K2tog, k5] 8 times (48 sts). Rnd 94: Knit. Switch to DPNs now or whenever it’s more comfortable. Rnd 95: [K2tog, k4] 8 times (40 sts). Rnd 96: Knit. Rnd 97: [K2tog, k3] 8 times (32 sts). Rnd 98: Knit. Stuff piece fully, without overstuffing.
Advanced Paper Aircraft by Francesca Hobart