What is knit Icord?
An i-cord is just a little tube of knitting. … It is knit up in Cedar House Yarns Yearling DK in ‘sunstone’. To make an i-cord you will need yarn and double pointed needles (a circular needle will work just as well, but it’s a little fussier because you have to slide your stitches all the way from one end to the other).
Why is it called an Icord?
The venerable Elizabeth Zimmermann rediscovered and named the I-cord (the I-cord, called a “stay lace,” was mentioned in Victorian needlework manuals). Zimmermann thought the technique was so simple anyone could do it (even an idiot, I guess!). …
Is i-cord the same as French knitting?
Learn the techniques for easy Spool Knitting I-Cords on a Loom! Did you know we can make I-Cords without using knitting needles? We are going to dive into spool knitting, which is also called corking, French knitting, or tomboy knitting.
Who invented Icord?
I-cord and it’s Creator – Elizabeth Zimmerman
It’s circular knitting on a very small scale, using only two double pointed needles. EZ understood the simplicity of knitting in the round and advocated it’s use for many, many things, not just sweater collars and socks.
What is an Icord used for?
I-cord is a good skill for every knitter and has a multitude of uses. It can be used as a drawstring, a decorative ribbon, closures for a sweater or a bag, or even jeweller on it’s own!
Why is it called French knitting?
The yarn trailing down through the hole is given a tug to draw the knitted braid down through it. The cords so produced where used as piping to edge dresses. This is also refered to as French Knitting.