Fair Isle - 2 farver- US/UK

I denne video strikker vi frem og tilbage efter et diagram, vi strikker med to farver. Den farve som ikke bruges følger med bagved arbejdet på omg fra retsiden. Sørg for at tråden bagved ikke strammer eller er for løs. Hvis der er flere end 3 m i træk af en af farverne, så snoes farverne rundt om hinanden efter ca hvar 3.m. Dette ved at hente garnet der strikkes med op skiftevis over og under den farve som følger med på bagsiden.
På vrang pindene følger garnet med foran arbejdet, husk at sørge for at garnet hverken er for løst eller for stramt. Obs - hvis en farve ikke bruges hele vejen ud til slutningen af pinden, så kan du slippe den der, men hvis den skal bruges i begyndelsen af næste p, så lad den følge med ud til kanten ved at sno den rund om farven du strikker med efter ca hver 3. m.
Det gør ikke noget om det bliver lidt ujævnt, det retter sig ud når du fugter og spænder tøjet ud bagefter.

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Julia Moorhouse 17.06.2017 - 15:00:

I'm a UK knitter and I knit just like the video shows, love the video very clear

Valdareia 02.04.2017 - 02:35:

Always knit fairisles in right an left hand, like UK, so much faster, I knit fairisles Tams an socks this way as well as sweaters. An so much easier in the round.

Cinzia 25.08.2015 - 13:18:

Qual'e' il metodo migliore per gestire i gomitolo dei vari colori? Fare le spolette? O tenere nei portagomitoli i vari colori? Grazie per il vostro suggerimento

DROPS Design 26.08.2015 - 00:09:

Buongiorno Cinzia. Entrambe le soluzioni da lei citate sono valide per tenere separati i fili in questo tipo di lavorazione. Può seguire il metodo con cui si trova meglio. Buon lavoro!

Marijke Klaren 14.12.2014 - 00:27:

Bijzonder dank voor deze simpele manier die even goed bruikbaar is. Fijn ook dat de andere manier van fair isle voor wordt gedaan.

Agnes 17.11.2014 - 00:16:

I am a uk knitter and this is not the traditional way we knit fair isle. We hold one yarn in left hand and one in right. I have never seen anyone here doing colourwork the way shown in the video. It would be nice if you created a more accurate video, but I do love your patterns, wools and website, and usually the videos too.

DROPS Design 17.11.2014 - 14:07:

Dear Agnes, there are different ways to hold the yarn when working fair isle, this is just one of the way to do this, some knitters work with 2 strands in the same hand, some others with 1 strand in each hand.. Happy knitting!

Kati 05.09.2014 - 08:24:

Mary's hybrid method sounds great! I'll try it!

Evelyn 11.12.2013 - 00:14: Website www.garnstudio.com

Why does the knitter keep picking up each yarn separately, so slow. The yarn can be carried on the first and second fingers of the right hand as fast fair isle knitters do in uk. Just carrying yarn in right hand instead of left as in continental knitting.

Marie 24.02.2013 - 16:45:

J'ai galéré mais beaucoup appris en tricotant le modèle Bergen 142-1 . Le problème il y avait 5 couleurs et parfois plus de trois/ mon ampiècement est un peu serré. Cela me donne envie d'en refaire Jusqu'alors mes jacquards étaient plus simples.Très bonne vidéo et conseils écrits . Merci

Gail 16.02.2013 - 21:42:

The background or white blocks on the chart is the green yarn. The pink yarn is where the x's are making the pattern on the chart. If you're a novice, try doing a hat or something in the round with one color in each hand. Good Luck!

Debra 15.01.2013 - 18:30:

I can follow the video fine and have never worked with charts before however, could you tell me why the person is sometimes knitting through the front and sometimes through the back of the knit/purl stitch?

English 15.01.2013 - 18:38:

Debra, All sts in this video are worked into the front of the stitch.

PJ Covington 28.12.2012 - 04:20:

I am confused....what does the pink color represent? I am looking at the chart and the yarn choice for what I think is the appropriate stitch but it is not matching..at least not in my world

Hannah 18.09.2012 - 13:26:

Thank you so much!!! I have been searching endlessly for a video like this. I can finally make the projects I love.

Carolina Beatriz Damonte Santoro 18.06.2012 - 22:21:

No se puede ver el video. the video doesnt work

Marceline 11.06.2012 - 23:48:

Thank you for clear instructions on how to do fair isle. It's easy to do now after following your instructions.

Karen Rose 29.04.2012 - 15:23:

You have given me the confidence to finally take on Fair Isle socks! Thank you so much for such a simple clear explanation.

Liisa Hannila 25.04.2012 - 18:09:

Kiitos hienoista sivuista. Upeita malleja ja hienot video ohjeet lämmin kiitos. Terveisin Liisa

DROPS Design NL 30.03.2012 - 15:30:

De video werkt prima, maar soms moet je even wachten en de video laten laden en dan komt het helemaal goed.

Jemina 30.03.2012 - 11:46:

Kan deze video niet afspelen stopt na +/- 10 seconden. De andere video over continentaal breien met 2 kleuren lukt wel.

Pam 28.12.2011 - 19:39:

Thanks for posting both methods of fairisle knitting. Thanks for the suggestion from Mary, I am going to try that.

Olga Teresa 23.07.2011 - 02:53:

Hola, me vino muy bien la explicación del dibujo en el tricot salí a flote en un gorro para mi nieta gracias. Los patrones y explicaciones son de lo mejor Tere de Argentina.

Mary 13.07.2011 - 22:08:

What about a video on hybrid fairisle technique? As a UK knitter I knit the dominant colour UK style and secondary color continental, one controlled with each hand. Works especially well on the circular all-knit pieces. Also greater variey of movements means less RSI.

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