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By Francois Verlinden

This fourteenth installment within the WARMACHINES sequence is the 3rd of the targeted mini-files which makes use of the relatively few on hand pictures to record a valuable topic, accordingly the 1/4 ton M151 Mutt. This publication advantages the reader via delivering distinctive colour photos of the Mutt in box stipulations, from the barracks parking zone, to deplaning from a C-130 Hercules, to present process an engine switch, to serving with the IDF (Israeli safety Forces). Many information are published within the images, together with engine, radios, batteries, hard-top kits, delicate tops, trailers, and extra. This publication is very worthy to scale modelers wishing to enhance the Tamiya and Academy kits, in addition to to army fanatics.

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Rnd 4: [Kfb, k2] 8 times (32 sts). Rnd 5: Knit. Rnd 6: [Kfb, k3] 8 times (40 sts). Rnd 7: Knit. Rnd 8: [Kfb, k4] 8 times (48 sts). Rnds 9 and 10: Knit. Rnd 11: [Kfb, k5] 8 times (56 sts). Transfer stitches to the circular needle now, or whenever it’s comfortable. Rnds 12 and 13: Knit. Rnd 14: [Kfb, k13] 4 times (60 sts). Rnds 15–36: Knit (22 rounds). Rnd 37: [Kfb, k14] 4 times (64 sts). Rnd 38: [Kfb, k7] 8 times (72 sts). Rnd 39: Knit. Rnd 40: [Kfb, k8] 8 times (80 sts). Rnds 41–43: Knit (3 rnds).

The types of needles depend on whether you are comfortable using both DPNs and a circular needle. If you prefer to use a circular needle only, you can skip the DPNs altogether. Instead, use a circular needle of 30–46" (76–117cm) in length and the magic loop knitting techniques for sections of small-circumference knitting. DPNs are still best for knitting I-cords (which are used in many patterns in this book), but not necessary if your needle options are limited. 5cm) long, in combination with a circular needle.

Needle Materials Needles come in a variety of materials, including wood, bamboo, metal, and plastic. Many local craft stores will let you try out different needles before buying, so that you can find the type that you’re most comfortable with. My personal preference is for lightweight bamboo or wood DPNs and circular needles. Needle Size When determining your needle size, keep in mind that your stitches should be tighter when knitting toys than they need to be when knitting a garment. This is so that the stuffing doesn’t show through the finished toy.

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