Learn to knit here you will find the basics

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Knitting explained simply for beginners.

Here you will learn the knitting basics to be able to knit your first projects:

  • Simple stop
  • Round stop
  • Right and left stitches
  • Yarn over Knit two stitches together
  • Crossed mesh
  • Easy acceptance
  • Double decrease
  • Buttonholes
  • ... and much more

♥ You can find the matching yarns in my category WOOL. ♥

♥ You can find more knitting instructions in the category: knitting 

Extract from the table of contents

Basics of knitting
INTRODUCTION TO KNITTING .................... 6
MESH ATTACHMENT ....................................... 6
Single stop .............................................. 6
Round stop ................................................ .. 6
KNITTING BASICS ...................... 7
Right stitch ................................................ .... 7
Left stitch ................................................ ....... 7
Envelope................................................. ............ 7
Take off stitch or extended stitch ........ 8
Knit two stitches together ............ 8
Crossed mesh ........................................... 8
Simple acceptance ............................................... 9
Double acceptance .............................................. 9
Knit two stitches in the same stitch ........ 10
Put stitches on hold ................................................ 10
Line................................................. ................... 10
Edge mesh ................................................. ....... 10
MESH TEST .............................................. 11
THE MOST COMMON BASIC PATTERNS ................. 11
Smooth right ................................................ ........... 11
Stockinette Left ................................................ ............. 11
Garter right ................................................ ......... 11
Rib pattern 1x1 ................................................ 12th
Rib pattern 2x2 ................................................ 12th
Jacquard pattern ................................................. .. 12
Marquetry ................................................. .............. 12
Basics for making a part
INCREASE AND DECREASE ................... ....... 13
Decrease at the beginning of the row ......................... 13
Decrease on both sides in the same row .......... 13
Increase at the beginning of the row ......................... 14
Increase on both sides on the same row .......... 14
SHAPES OF CHAIN-OFF ............................... 15
Simple binding off .............................................. 15
DRAFTING ................................................. 15th
Round buttonholes .............................................. 15
Horizontal buttonholes ................................... 15
Knit out stitches ...................................... 16
SEAMS ................................................. ................ 16
Lockstitch ................................................. ........... 16
Mattress stitch ................................................. ..... 16
ORNAMENTS ................................................. 17th
Pompons ................................................. ............. 17
EMBROIDERY................................................. ......... 17
Cross stitch ................................................. .......... 17
Lockstitch ................................................. .......... 17
Embroidered jacquard pattern ................................ 17
CROCHET BASICS ......................... 18
BASIC STITCHES .............................................. 19
Chain mesh ................................................. .......... 19
Slip stitch ................................................. ......... 19
Solid mesh................................................ ....... 20
Half double crochet ................................................ .. 20
Rod................................................. ............. 21

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How do I find the right bridal jacket?Photos of brides with a Beemohr cardiganConverter for women's outerwear: jackets international 
Dear future bride,

I receive a lot of emails every day with questions about cut, size, color, type of wool and a few more. That is why I have put all the information together for you so that you can choose the Bridal jacket is easier. Whether your wedding dress is mermaid, trumpet, princess-line, empire, A-line or classically cut, you will find the perfect one here Bridal jacket.

Knitted from fine, soft and skin-friendly yarns

We mainly use hand knitting yarn. This makes the jackets particularly soft and cozy, no previous washing is necessary.

We use this wool:

  • cashmere
  • baby alpaca
  • Merino
  • Mohair
  • Angora
  • Partly synthetic yarns that are comfortable to wear and do not scratch

For the winter jackets we knit several yarns so that the jacket is warmer. I've been looking for the right wool for this mix for a long time: the result is beautiful, comfortable jackets that don't scratch or fluff. This is how you can get MARRIED! And even after that, you can still wear your bridal jacket. 

Bridal bolero jacket in white, off white or ivory

A frequently asked question and on these pages you will find answers, in general off white is usually appropriate. More information about the color and cut of the jacket, ivory, ivory or white, a longer or shorter one Jacket and which wool goes best with mine Wedding in spring, autumn, winter or summer you will here find: cardigan like:

        • Fairy
        • Marie
        • Mimi
        • Sofie
        • Julia

    Even in summer a cardigan should not be missing. The weather is difficult to assess, even in June and July there can be a lot of rain or it can get cool. 

    In any case, a warming jacket looks great in church or at a champagne reception. A nice jacket can spice up your bridal outfit or make it look even more romantic - as with Kate - Cathrin, Duchess of Cambridge or Olivia Palermo. In any case, a jacket will keep you warm.

    Find the perfect bolero jacket for her wedding dress!

    We knit jackets, sweaters and pashminas for weddings and other celebrations

    Every bride hopes for wonderful sunny weather so that she can do without Jacket to wedding dress gets by. On the other hand, nobody knows exactly how the weather will turn into their own wedding, at least not in Germany, Austria, Switzerland ... actually only the far south and the Caribbean are safe for wonderfully sunny wedding weather. In our part of the world, a bridal bolero is almost indispensable when you are on your biggest day don't freeze want.

    I can remember well, especially at the champagne reception I was glad to wear a light cardigan over my wedding dress. I got married in the north in the summer, you need something warm here.

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