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Country Knitting Of Maine News & Views Magazine
2023-2024


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CONTENTS of Volume 18 Issue # 1

Page 1 - Cover Page
Page 2 - Colored pictures
Page 3 - Introduction
Page 4 - Contents page
Page 5 - Abbreviations & General Info

Page 6/7 - 2023 Hat contest

Page 8//10 - Teeny Teen Top
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Sizes: 28, 30, 32”
Standard Gauge Machine

Pages 11/12 - Harnessing Negative Ease for Head Turning hats By: Sue Jalowiec

Page 12 - Head Sizing Chart By: Sue Jalowiec

Page 13/20 - Three Scarves By: Helen Fox
Standard gauge machine

Page 21 - Rose Embellishment By: Helen Fox

Page 22/25 - Totally Tubular Circular Sock
Machines by: Kathryn Doubrley
Ladies Shorty Socks on the 48 Cylinder

Page 26/27 - Kidoodles Standard Romper for Children
Sizes: Small-medium, Medium-Large
Standard Gauge Knitting Machine

Page 28/29 - TLC for Your Knitting Machine

Page 30/35 - I love your Part 3 - Heart Socks for Babies & Small Children
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge Machine, no ribber required

Page 36/37 - How Roz Broke Her Garter Carriage - By: Roz Porter

Page 38 - Some Ideas for Troubleshooting the Garter Carriage By: Roz Porter

Page 39/41 - Yarn Estimating Chart
By: Linda Williams

Page 42/43 - Hair Accessories
By: Kidoodles

Page 44/48 - Advertisements


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Contents of Volume 18 Issue # 2

Page 1 - Cover Page
Page 2 - Colored Pictures
Page 3- Introduction
Page 4 - Contents
Page 5 - Abbreviations & Info
Page 6/7 - 2023 Hat Contest

Page 88/10 - Ankle Please Slipper Socks
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky Knitting Machines
Sizes: 5, 6, 7 8, 9, 10, 11”foot

Page 11/15 - Totally Tubular Circular Sock Machines Part 7: Unisex Socks on the 48 Cylinder using #4 yarn

Page 16/17 - The History Of Machine Knitting

Page 18/23 - I love your Part 4: Fingerless Heart Gloves for Ladies & Big Girls
By: Kathryn Doubrley
For Standard, mid gauge & bulky

Page 24/25 - Machine Knitted Pumpkin
For any flat bed machine
By: Kathryn Doubrley

Page 25 - Another Pocket by Marian Reynolds

Page 26/29 - Tuck Lace Sweater
By: Marian Reynolds
Standard gauge knitting machines
Sizes: 36, 40 ,44, 48, 52” finished

Page 30/32 - Ups & Downs Raglans
By: Marian Reynolds
standard gauge knitting machines
Sizes: 6 mos, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12

Page 33/35 - Teeny Teen Bottoms
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Standard Gauge Knitting Machine
Fits Hips from 29” to 34”

Page 36 - A Cute Hemline By Marian Reynolds

Page 37/39 - Casting on for the Ribber
By: Doris Coutts

Page 39 - Seaming Your knits

Page 40 - The Reversible Flat Seam
By Sandra Dominiak

Page 41 - Stitch Reducing Formula

Page 42/44 - Ring Around a Rosie Baby Hat
By: Kathryn Doubrley
Bulky gauge knitting machine
Newborn head size of 14” circumference

Pages 45- Where is Peanut Contest (prize awarded)

Pages 45/48 - Advertising

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