Sunday, 2 September 2012

Lace Bag

I uploaded a new pattern to Ravelry today. :D I needed a dice bag for L5R and as usual, improvised the pattern. I liked it so much that I wrote it up so that I can share it.

A photograph of a purple knitted lace bag with purple dice spilling out of the top

Making Twisted Cords

Twisted cords give a professional finish to any fringed project and are a good end treatment for a piece of tablet weaving. In this tutorial these yarn tails or extra pieces of yarn are referred to as ends.

A photograph of two hands, each holding two pieces of yarns, which are secured to a table using a piece of tape



Take a group of 2 or more ends in each hand.
A photograph of two hands each holding two pieces of yarn that have been twisted together
A photograph showing that the two groups of twisted yarn have been tied together using an overhand knot





Twist each group clockwise. 













Tie the two groups together using an overhand knot.
 





Twist the groups anti-clockwise as one.