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Nice technique.  Nice texture.

 

Wobble gives the knit an interesting look ... I just haven't blended it in very well

 

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1 hour ago, welshblue said:

 

Wobble gives the knit an interesting look

 

Ohhhh....I totally agree!   I really like that.  I'm going to have to experiment further!  Thanks for the tip!   ?

 

I just can't get over how realistic this looks...I'd swear you knitted it yourself, welshy!  :D

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What a gorgeously realistic result for knitting @lynxster4 :star:  I had a bit of trouble around step 7.  I couldn't get the trail to work until I deleted the white background.  Trust me to get something wrong .............. but that's me and is so typical

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1 hour ago, lynxster4 said:

I'd swear you knitted it yourself, welshy!

 

Those days are long gone.  I think I remember how to cast on ... then knit one purl one etc  ... drop a few ... swear ... knit one ... poke myself in the eye ?

 

thanks for pointing out the Dot Matrix plugin ... a few possibilities.   With Wobble small increments is best I've found

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2 hours ago, Pixey said:

Trust me to get something wrong .............. but that's me and is so typical

 

Don't knock yourself.  I should have stated that this needs to be on a transparent background and I didn't...(my fault)  ?

I should edit the instructions.

 

The inspiration for this came as I was perusing PS tutorials Friday night and came across psd-dude's knitting tuts. He was making something else, but he included a swatch of his knitting.  I thought,  "I can make that" and this tut was born.

 

Do we have anything that makes realistic-looking stitches?  I'll have to investigate...

 

And your bunny looks soooo precious!  Great job!  <3  I love the creamy color of your knit.  ;)

 

Reps to you and welshy tomorrow...I'm out!

 

 

**clarified the tutorial**

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1 hour ago, welshblue said:

 

Those days are long gone.  I think I remember how to cast on ... then knit one purl one etc  ... drop a few ... swear ... knit one ... poke myself in the eye ?

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:        You're quite welcome!  <3

 

 

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I'm going to be adding instructions a little later in the week for these additional patterns I've created:

 

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Thanks for all the support everyone!  <3

 

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7 hours ago, LionsDragon said:

Hrrmmm...I am half-tempted to try some fisherman's sweater patterns with this.

 

I had to Google that.  The pattern looks very complicated to me!  ?

 

And thank you to @ReMake for the rep!  <3

 

 

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Wow!  What an excellent use of Plugins @lynxster4 :star: and I think this should be Pinned!  If I can't figure out how to do that, then perhaps @BoltBait or @Ego Eram Reputo can do it :)          I managed it!  Oh ........ and please could you add a link to @MJW's Offset Alternating Stripes please :)

 

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Oh, thank you @Pixey!!!   <3   I've added the link.

 

And, yes, I had something like that in mind for this year's Christmas wallpaper!  ?

 

The image is perfect!!  ?

 

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Just added some stitches for you all to try and a quick 'felt' fabric tut.

 

I'm done...now everyone can happily 'knit and stitch'!   ?

 

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Too lazy to make my own, so I used your image and saved it as a pattern. Thanks for this....

 

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Excellent @Seerose!  <3  Great job.

 

I did not even go into the 'Renders' menu.  My main concern was ways to distort the knit fabric.

 

I'll leave that up to you guys!  ?

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