A Russian Beret

Mar 14, 2013
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Inna Voltchkova


Dark Starz Designs Andromedae, 50% merino/30% angora/20% mohair yarn, DK weight, 200 yards (182.9 m)/1 ounce (28.3 g) skein, 3 skeins of Natural
Addi Needles, circular, 16 inches (40.6 cm) size 2 (3 mm) and 24 inches (61.0 cm) size 1 (2.25 mm); set of 5 double pointed, size 2 (3 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Marker
Tapestry needle

Finished size: 18½ inches (47.0 cm) circumference at brim; 26½ inches (67.3 cm) circumference at widest point
Gauge: 5 patt reps = 5½ inches (14.0 cm) wide on larger needle; 32 rnds = 4 inches (10.2 cm) tall in patt on larger needle


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on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA

 

on Sep 5, 2013 11:13 AM

Dear Inna Voltchkova:

I am trying to make this lovely hat.  I went on line to find out how to do this rasberry stitch or trinity stitch as it it also refered to.

I am not so proficient in understanding knitting grafts.

I found a  multiple of 4 +2 stitches written out.   As I look at your graft it seems to say 5 stitches that are made in each Rasberry stitch.

Is there a way you could write out the directions in long hand for me?

I would greatly appreciate it.  

Your work is so lovely,

Judith C. Little

weaverlooms@att.net 

Cloverdale CA