Getting Started With Viking Knit

Viking Knitting Patterns

Turn the next two startup petals toward you and make another stitch identical to the first. Tighten the wire a little between them. Continue this way until all the startup petals have been stitched together. Try to keep the spaces between stitches even. Startup bundle for single knit, double-knit, and triple knit Set the mandrel upright in the vise. The notch should be to the left if you are right handed, or the opposite if you're left-handed. It's a good idea to make the startup bundle in a...

Twisted Open Viking Knit

Viking Knit Patterns

Twisted knitting is open, single knitting. It's never pulled through a drawplate. so it must be the finished length when the knitting is completed. Be very meticulous when starting a new piece of wire The best gauge is 26 or 24 0.5 or 0.6 mm . Finer wire is not suitable for necklaces and bracelets, but may be all right for rings and earrings. How to even out the twisted viking knit Remove the mandrel and check all wire changes Give the hooks a little pinch if they seem to be slipping loose....

Open Round Chain Mail

Knitted Chainmail Pattern

Lift up on the string so that the rings hang down. Gather the 3 rings hanging farthest down and link them 2 by 2. where they meet, with 3 red rings. Repeat step 3 continuously. Always link the rings most recently added. 1. Join 2 blue to 1 red to 2 blue to 1 red to 2 blue into 1 red ring. It is important that all the rings of the same color lie the same way 2. Lay the rings on the work surface and thread a string or wire loosely through the uppermost blue rings Round chain mail silver...