Squirrels. 1500 Free Amigurumi Patterns: Bear. Standard Yarn Weight System. Rib Stitches. Autumn Equinox Vest. Gear up for fall hikes through the changing leaves with this cozy zippered vest.
Easy details make this project fun and unique: a lofty slip stitch rib, pretty waist shaping and a bold plastic zipper. (Conquer zipper fears with our new Zipper Tutorial!) I think vests are an autumn staple, and, for me, a pure knitting pleasure. Without sleeves, it's over before you even knew it began! And on to the next project! Gauge 4 3/4 stitches = 1 inch in rib pattern (unstretched) Finished Size Chest circumference = 33 inches Waist circumference = 31 inches Top of shoulder to bottom hem = 20 inches NOTE: To make bigger sizes, knit at a looser gauge (by changing needle sizes). 4 1/2 stitches to the inch will make a vest with a 35 inch chest and 33 1/2 inch waist.4 stitches to the inch will make a 39 3/4 inch chest and 37 3/4 inch waist.3 3/4 stitches to the inch will make a 42 1/2 inch chest and 40 1/4 inch waist. Remember also that ribbing stretches.
Pattern Note To Begin Knit 2 rows. Patterns. Craft Room, Amigurumi pattern - Sleeping Bunny. Ood Creature. Free Patterns on Pierott. There are some great free Japanese knitting patterns but if you don't know Japanese then it can be hard to find them or to know what the links to the pages say.
Luckily, I've been able to find some sites through Ravelry's Japanese Knitting and Crochet group and Yahoo's Knitting In Japan group. If you are anywhere interested in Japanese knitting and crochet patterns, I highly recommend both groups. The people on the lists are so nice and there are some fluent Japanese speakers that are often willing to help with translations of parts of patterns. One of the best places to find free Japanese knitting patterns and Japanese crochet patterns is on the Pierott (Gosyo Co. ,Ltd) website. I use the Google search bar with the Translate feature turned on to help me read the words on the pages that aren't images. Here's a list of some of the them: Ninja - Amigurumi Patterns.net. Sorry for the long wait.
I have made a bunch of versions of this one and finally settled on a pattern to put on here. I hope you like it. My boys want me to do some in orange and blue and white and on and on. My little girl wants me to make a pink ninja. I think I prefer the black though. Use an f hook throughout. Nose:Rnd 1: sc 5 in a circleRnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (10)Rnd 3: dc 3, sc 2, dc 3, sc 2 (10)Cut thread and sew to face. Log In / Join the Lion Brand community to get free knitting and free crochet patterns and more! Free pattern for crocheted Mary-Jane slippers « The little house by the sea. Fancy making some slippers?
Here’s the pattern I devised for the Mary-Jane slippers I made for my friend. Each slipper is made in one piece, so there are no seams, and they are made in double crochet (single crochet if you’re American). Please note: this free pattern is not for resale. All rights reserved. No part of the pattern may be reproduced in any form. I have checked and re-checked the pattern, but if you use it and find any mistakes, or if anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to email me at thelittlehousebythesea at hotmail dot com. Materials Debbie Bliss Pure Cotton or any other Aran weight yarn – 50g/ 82m of main colour and a few metres (about 8.5 m) in contrasting colour Hook size 5 mm Four pieces of contrasting yarn to use as markers 2 buttons – the ones I used have a diameter of 1.5 cm.
Stitches used ch – chain dc – double crochet (single crochet if you’re American) dc2tog – double crochet two stitches together (decrease) Gauge Sizing Toe-cap Picture 1: the first round Sole. Mini Muk Luks ~ Crochet-Along ~ Part I. Hi and welcome to Wind Rose Fiber Studio.
I know I have a few new guests joining in on this crochet-along and I'm very happy you're here! If you have just discovered this post, we are going to be making these cute Mini Muk Luks together. I like to call these my Mini Muks. They are designed like traditional knitted muk luks which are usually knee high. These have the same great style, but are a little shorter, about mid calf. As we work on this project together, I hope you will feel free to comment, ask questions, make suggestions and tell me to speed up or slow down. Mini Muks ~ Part I Here's what you need to get started: Two skeins of yarn: I like to choose one with some texture or pattern and then a second skein that is solid. I searched through my stash and found this pretty tweed by Cascade. Scissors, a Large Eyed Needle for finishing, and a size K(10.5) or 6.50mm Crochet Hook complete what we need to start our project.
So you can see we have kind of a soft square.