Project: Oak Leaves by Xandy Peters
'The Oak Leaf is a fun little introduction to stacked decreases. This technique can be used to create lobe shaped edging, flame stitch motifs, and shaping. You may have seen it in other patterns like Fox Paws which use the wavy stitch in colorwork. Stacked decreases are worked by slipping stitches back to the left needle to work them again.'
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced
Skills Required: Knitting, purling.
Pattern Requirements: US #10 needles & stitch markers. Please bring a variety of needles as your gauge may vary. Needles available for purchase. Please download and print your own copy of the pattern here. Special thanks to Xandy Peters for permission to use this pattern.
Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn
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