Laser Cut Yarn Samples

L1

Yarn – 3mm

Hook – 4mm

Stitch – Foundation Chain, Double Crochet, Front and Back loops

1


L2

Right Side

Yarn – 7mm

Hook – 6mm

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Raised, Treble

2


L2

Wrong Side

3


L3

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Brick

4


L4

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Arcade

5


L5

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Bouclé

6


L13

Yarn – 3mm

Hook – 3mm

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Double

 

L14

Hook Test

Yarn – 3mm

Hook – 3mm

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Double

7


L7

Sphere

Stitch – Slip Ring; Double, Increase and Decrease.

8


L8

Cuboid

Stitch – Double, Mitre Square; Raised Treble; Slip stitch.

 

9


L9

Pyramid

Stitch – Foundation Chain; Double, Mitre Square; Treble. Decrease.


L10

Cylinder

Stitch – Foundation Chain & Double Crochet.

12


L11

Tree Form

Stitch – Ring Foundation Loop; Double; Increase & Decrease; Bouclé

13


L12

Re-Stitiched

Stitch – Foundation Chain & Double Crochet.

 

14


L17

Solomon’s Knot

15


L18

Diagonal Stitch.

16


L19

Ball Stitch

17


L20

Woven Stitch.

18


L21 A, B & C

Screen Foil Trial, Hand applied.

Stitch – Double Crochet

 

A

Yarn – 3mm

Hook – 3mm

B

Yarn – 5mm

Hook – 4mm

C

Yarn – 7mm

Hook – 3mm

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L22

Yarn Ball

A Result of Winding Gone Wrong

 

The yarn had been wound as a dual wind process using two hand operated ball winders in tandem.

The next phase is to wind onto cones to enable easy storage and management of the yarn.

The yarn ball is transferred onto a cardboard tube and placed on an axis to allow free spinning as the yarn is ripped from the tube to through the cone winding process.

The tube is held unevenly on the axis spindle and can lead to erratic jolting. Also the loss quality of the yarn can lead to movement of the yarn ball and it slips from the tube and then winds and tightens around the axis spindle which knots to such a degree that is proves impossible to detangle

The yarn ball is an example of what is left.

 

This problem is yet to be resolved

Solutions to try

  • Leave as a ball the wind to cone from centre of the yarn ball.
  • Leave yarn ball on its winder use a bung with a hole in to stabilise spin on axis spindle.
  • Centralise cardboard tube to stabilise spin rotation.

L23

Double Stitch


L24

Alternate stitch

 

 

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