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News & Views Volume 11 Issue #1, September/October 2016

Contents:
Page 2 - Colored Pictures
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5/6 - Hat Contest
Page 7 - The Information Page

Page 8/9 - Kid Friendly Scoodie
By Kathryn Doubrley
Sizes: 18, 20, 22” Head
3 Gauges: 4, 5.5, 7 sts and 6, 8, 10 rows per “

Page 10/12 - AN Absolute Beginner Again
By: Maggie Andrews - For Garter Carriages

Page 13/14 - Seam Once You’re Finished
By: Heidi Stepp

Page 15/16 - Child’s V-Neck Pullover
By Irene Woods - Machine: LK150
Sizes: 26, 28, 30” chest

Page 17/18 - Sweaters to Go
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Machine: Bulky or Mid gauge Machine

Page: 18 - Big Collars/Small Cape
By: Merebeth Yankey - Machine: Bulky

Page 19/21 - Hedgehog By Jo Newton

Page 22/23 - Celebration Pillow
By Kathryn Doubrley
Machine: Standard & Passap

Page 24 - Patriotic Wreath By Maxine French
Machine - Brother Bulky

Page 25/26 - Inside Out Aran
By Kathryn Doubrley
Garter Stitch Edged Dish Cloth
Machine: Bulky

Page 26 - Machine Knit Matching Buttons
Any machine

Page 27 - Owl Cables

Page 28 - Applying Owl cables to a Wall Hanging - Any Machine

Page 29/31 - Girl’s Tuck Lace Cover UP
By Irene Woods - Machine: LK150

Page 32 - Making Your Words Come Out Right
By: Cheryl Franklin

Page 33 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 34/36 - Blue Belle By Kathryn Doubrley
Machine: Bulky & Mid Gauge
Sizes: 32 to 60”

Page 37/38- Troubleshooting & Maintenance of Your Machine

Page 38 - Elastic Cast on By Alles Hutchinson

Page 39 - Sewing Thread & It’s Many Uses
By Sue Cole

Page 40 - Clubs & Seminars
Page 41 - Where is Peanut Contest
Page 41-48 - Advertisements












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News & Views Volume 11 Issue #2, November/December 2016

Page 2 - Colored Pictures of Patterns
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5 - The Information Page
Page 6/7 - Hat Contest Information

Page 8/9 - An Absolute Beginner Part 3
By Maggie Andrews

Page 10/11 - Inside Out Aran Part 2
By Kathryn Doubrley

Page 12/14 - Delightful Dolman
By Kathryn Doubrley
Sizes 34 - 62.
Machines: Standard Gauge & Passap

Page 14 - Barbie’s Poncho Pull
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 15 - Infant Coveralls By Kidoodles
Standard gauge Machines
Sizes: 6, 12, 18 months

Page 16 - Tutu To Go By Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 17/22 - Eyelet Picture Knitting
By Jane Radatz - Any Machine

Page 23/25 - Husky Designs By Jo Newton
Electronic & 24 stitch designs

Page 26/27 - Busy Octopus
By Kathryn Doubrley
Any machine

Page 28 - Scalloped Edge for Garments
By Ann Hupert

Page 28 - One Row Tuck By Ann Hupert
Any Machine

Page 29 - Scottie dog & Goose Design
By Roni Knutson

Page 30 - Rapid Ribber Hat
By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Machine with Ribber

Page 31 - Tea Cozy by Roni Knutson
Chunky knitting machine

Page 32 - Slip Stitch Spiral Hat
by Eileen Montgomery
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 33 - Baby & Toddler Size Chart in Inches

Page 34 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 35/37 - Bon Voyage Poncho
By Kathryn Doubrley
Mid-gauge & bulky machines
Sizes 56-68 finished fits age 12 & up

Page 37 - Leg Warmer or Boot Topper
Any machine with ribber

Page 38 - Clubs & Seminars

Page 39/40 - Sideways Sassy Skirt
By Kathryn Doubrley
Finished Hip 24 to 66
Mid-gauge & Bulky

Page 40-41 - Puppy Hat By Kidoodles
Bulky & Mid gauge

Page 42 - Where is Peanut Contest
Page 42/48 - Advertisements.








News & Views Volume 11 Issue #3, January/February 2017


Page 2 - Pictures of Patterns
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5 - The information Page

Page 6/9 - Start With a Square
By Kathryn Doubrley

Page 10/12 - An Absolute Beginner Again Part 4 - By Maggie Andrews

Page 13/14 - Tuck Rib Scarves & Cowl
By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting Machines

Page 15 - Traveling Shoes By Helen Griffiths
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 16/19 - Two Color Tuck Hats
By Kathryn Doubrley
Most Knitting Machines

Page 20/22 - Child’s Poncho
By Irene Court
Sizes: 2, 4, 6 years
LK 150 Knitting Machine

Page 23 - Tux To Go By Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge or Passap

Page 24 - Bridge To Go By Kathryn Doubrley
Standard gauge or Passap

Page 25 - Eyelet Bird By Jane Radatz

Page 26 - Eyelet Dog By Jane Radatz

Page 27 - Eyelet Frog By Jane Radatz

Page 28 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 29 - Child’s Boatneck Top By Kidoodles
Sizes: 2,4,6,8,10,12,14
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 30/31 - Surprise Pleat
By Kathryn Doubrley
Mid gauge & Bulky machines
Sizes: 24 to 66” hip size

Page 32 - The Van Damme Slouch Hat
By Claude Reed Schultz

Page 33 - How to Change an antenna wire on Brother - By Linda Williams

Page 34 - How to Change an antenna wire on Singer - By Linda Williams

Page 35/36 - Second Hand Success
by Kathryn Doubrley

Page 36 - Double Bed Slip Stitch Preemie Blanket - By Ann Huppert - Standard Gauge

Page 37 - MK Baby Bootie Socks
By Ann Huppert
Standard Gauge Machines - 0 to 3 mos, 3-6 mos

Page 38/41 - Hand Manipulation with Class
By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Machine - Sizes: 33 to 60”

Page 42 - Where is Peanut

Page 42/48 - Advertisements



































News & Views Volume 11 Issue #4, March/April 2017


Page 1 - Cover Page
Page 2 - Colored Pictures
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents Page

Page 10/14 - Sea Monster
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Almost any Machine
Sizes 20” through 34”

Page 15/18 - Fairisle for Fun
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Most machines, includes hat pattern and a purse pattern

Page 18 - Color change Scarf by Ann Huppert
Standard Gauge Machine - 8” by 100”

Page 19/22 - An Absolute Beginner Again Part 5
Pre-teen to Ladies Large Shrug (22” to 46”)
By: Maggie Andrews
Standard Gauge
2 Patterns, one with garter carriage and one with just the main bed.

Page 23/24 - Inside Out Aran Knitting
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Cable bag for Bulky Machines

Page 25/27 - Quick Rib Neckline Using Ravel Cord
By: Marge Parker
Sample made on a Brother Standard

Page 28/29 - Vested Sweater to Go Cup
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge Machine & Passap

Page 29/30 - Chill Chasing Hood
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting Machine

Page 31 - Oval and Octagon Pattern
by: Marge Parker. Sample done on a 9mm bulky

Page 32/34 - Eyelet Patterns By: Jane Radatz

Page 35/36 - How to do an Easy Casing
by Marge Parker

Page 37-39 - Mittens that Fit
By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting Machine

Page 40 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 41 - Seminars & Clubs
Page 42 - Where Is Peanut
Page 42/48 - Advertising



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News & Views Volume 11 Issue #5
May/June 2017



Page 1 - Cover Page
Page 2 - Colored Pictures
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5 - The Information Page

Page 6/8 - Flower Child Socks
By Kathryn Doubrley
Ladies Size 4-12
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 9 - Very Quick Baby Hat & Booties
By Patty Schwab
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 10/12 - Raglan Baby Tunic
By Patty Schwab
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 13 - Dawns Sock -DK weight
By Dawn Slavings
Brother KX350 Mid Gauge

Page 14- Sew As You Go
By Dawn Slavings

Page 15/16 - Dog Sweater
By Vicki MacLean
Size small on standard machine

Page 17/18 -  Bedlington Terrier
By Jo Newton

Page 19/21 - Inside Out Aran for Bulky
The Big Cable And Pillow
By Kathryn Doubrley

Page 21 - Dog Sweater Size Small
By Vicki MacLean
Bulky Knitting Machine

Page 22/24 - Eyelet Pictures Charts
By Jane Radatz

Page 24 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 26/27 - Lammily Doll Clothes
By Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 28 - I Cord Fun By Marge Parker
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 29/30 - V Neck Raglan Embellishments
By Marge Parker

Page 31/33 - Best Dressed Vest
By Kathryn Doubrley
Any Machine - Sizes 20” through 34”

Page 34 - Thread Lace Scarf by Ann Huppert
Standard gauge machine

Page 35/37 - Simple Simon Socks
By Kathryn Doubrley
Mid Gauge & Bulky Machine

Page 38 - Plated Rhuana By Ann Huppert
Mid Gauge Machine
24 x 64” pieces

Page 39/40 - Shoulder Shaping 101 By Marge Parker

Page 41 - Seminars & Clubs
Page 42 - Where Is Peanut
page 43/48 - Advertisements




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News & Views Volume 11 Issue #6, July/August 2017



Page 1 - Cover Page
Page 2 - Colored Pictures
Page 3 Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5 - The Information Page

Page 6/7 - Inside Out Aran/Cable 2 Cowl
By Kathryn Doubrley
any machine

Page 8/9/10 - Charts for Eyelets knits
By: Jane Radatz

Page 11/14 - Merry Spring vest for Little
Girls - By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting Machine
Bust sizes 23” through 28”

Page 15/16 - Embellishing Knits
BY Marge Parker

Page 17/19 - Have It Your Way Shawl/Scarf
By Kathryn Doubrley
Any machine - One Size Fits Most
Adults


Page 20 - Book Reviews by Nina Banks

Page 21/22 - Itsy Bitsy Machine Knitted Socks
By Kathryn Doubrley
Decorative or fit Barbie Dolls
Any machine


Page 23/24 - Relaxed Dropped Hem Fashion
Jacket - By Ann Huppert
Standard gauge - one size fits most

Page 25 - Tube Sock For KX350 (Mid Gauge)
By Dawn Slavings

Page 26/28 - Life Saver Socks
By Kathryn Doubrley
Mid Gauge/Bulky Machine
Size 6” to 11”

Page 29/30 - How Your knitting Machine
Carriage Works - By Eileen Montgomery

Page 31-33 - Lammily Doll Clothes
Reversible Halter Top & Skirt
By Kathryn Doubrley - standard gauge

Page 34/35 - Dragon Blanket
by Merebeth Yankey
Standard Gauge Machine

Page 36/38 - Merry Spring Vest for Adults
By Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting machine-
Sizes 32 through 50

Page 39 - Child’s Cape - Reprint from old
News & Views

Page 40 - Advertisements
Page 41 - Clubs & Seminars
Page 42 - Where is Peanut?
Page 42-47- Advertisements
Page 48 - Order Form


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