Baby Knitting Patterns Knitting Help – Knitting a Pi Circle

Baby Knitting Patterns Knitting Help - Knitting a Pi Circle


“It is pi. The geometry of a circle hinging on the mysterious relationship of the circumference of a circle to its radius”, the phrases of my knitting hero Elizabeth Zimmermann. On this video, I exhibit learn how to knit a flat circle.

If you want to see this sample written out, go to my web site right here (or scroll down):

Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Scarf on Ravelry:

Directions for working a Pi Circle:
Notice: I take advantage of KFB will increase under, you’ll be able to substitute another one-stitch enhance.
Forged-on eight stitches and be a part of in-the-round on double pointed needles.
Spherical 1: Knit
Spherical 2: KFB all stitches (16 stitches)
Rounds 3-4: Knit (2 rounds)
Spherical 5: KFB all stitches (32 stitches)
Rounds 6-9 Knit (Four rounds)
Spherical 10: KFB all stitches (64 stitches)
Rounds 11-18: Knit (eight rounds)
Spherical 19: KFB all stitches (128 stitches)
Rounds 20-35: Knit (16 rounds)
Proceed on this method, rising each sew within the enhance rounds, and doubling the variety of plain knit rounds between enhance rounds. Change to longer round needles as wanted. Bind-off utilizing a standard bind-off and a bigger sized needle on what could be a plain knit spherical (not a rise spherical!).

The poncho on the model is my Rodeo Drive Poncho, sample and video tutorial:

The yarn I take advantage of in my completed Pi Circle is Roots & Rain Monsoon Sock.
The yarn I take advantage of for demonstration is Paintbox Yarns Wool Combine Chunky.
The DPNs I take advantage of for demonstration are Knitter’s Pleasure Ginger.

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