A Hooded Scarf, The New Little Black Dress. Last summer, my husband’s entire family (and I do mean entire, there were over 40 of us) went to Ireland.
It was an amazing trip. Ireland is just beautiful. Words can not describe the landscapes and pictures just do not do them justice. Along with an overwhelming feeling of awe and wonder at the majestic scenery, I left there inspired to get home and knit. The sweaters, scarves and blankets were just extraordinary. Checkerboard Lace Scarf. I love this pattern because it's made up of just basic yarn overs, knit two togethers and slip slip knits.
Never will you have to purl three together through the back loop or slip one, knit two together, pass the slipped stitch over. The simple geometry of the pattern also makes it really easy to catch mistakes. Made out of The Fibre Company's Canopy, a fingering weight yarn that is 50% baby alpaca, 30% merino and 20% bamboo, it makes a perfect spring scarf. The alpaca contributes a soft drape, while the merino adds bounce and life.
The bamboo gives a subtle luster to the whole thing. The Materials. Tao Silk Scarf at Jimmy Beans Wool. Color Change Scarf. Purl Soho's most subtle yarns come from Habu Textiles.
They tend to be extremely fine and very delicately colored. They also tend to leave customers scratching their heads, "I LOVE this yarn, but what can I possibly make with it? " A great answer has been Habu's all white Kusha Kusha Scarf pattern, but, for this project, I wanted to also engage with Habu's amazing spectrum of colors. I envisioned a scarf that would shift from one color to the next, making a beautiful color journey from one end of the scarf to the other. Joelle, with her unique genius for color, picked these five Fine Merinos. This simple lace ladder stitch is a perfect antidote to such fine yarn. The Materials. THE BARBARA COWL - FREE PATTERN!! I've been so excited to share today's FREE knitting pattern!
The barbara cowl is here! Downton Cowl pattern by Shannon Cook. A romantic yet modern lace cowl that’s perfect for showing off that gorgeous hand dyed yarn you’ve been coveting.
The Downton Cowl is a chevron lace cowl inspired by the castle in the tv show Downton Abbey that has a structural & garter like border that mimics & symbolizes the stability of a home - the foundation and the roof. Don’t we all know how up and down life is in between :) After all…where do you think downton abbey get’s all it’s story lines from…lol. The Downton Cowl uses only (1) skein of yarn, is knit in the round and can easily be made in one evening. Knitting: Multi Coloured Bobbles. Knitting: Cable: Gingerbread : Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) about Knitting and Crochet. Diamond Leaf Mitts. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").
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Owl Coffee Cup Cozie. Materials: - aran, dk or worsted yarn (18-20sts =4"), 13 grams - dpn's (right size for yarn & tension) set of 4 - 10 sew-on eyes, 8mm-10mm - cable needle, darning needle (to sew on eyes) and crochet hook (to weave in ends)
Bobbles and Leaves Beret. Here's a beret that I've knitted for a friend for Christmas.
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I will try to help you the best I can regarding my patterns. For general knitting instruction, I highly recommend KnittingHelp.com. The information is extensive and well presented through videos – it’s where I learned to knit, and I consult it first if I have any problems. If you are visiting from AllFreeKnitting.com, welcome! Click here to download the “Crescent Shawl” aka “Jane Austen Shawl”… aka originally the Demalangeni Shawl, OR click the “Download Now” link below the pattern description below. Quick Cable Slouch Hat. This is a pattern I had made to teach my student how to make her first cabled hat, so I made sure it was not intimidating. Very quick to knit, so great for gifts. I have used a bulky alpaca yarn so it had a fair drape and a pom-pom was too heavy, but it may work better if you use wool.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*Note*I have originally posted and recommended size #10 needles for the body, but it seems like many people have been getting a less slouchy result. If you want to get a slouchy hat for sure, it might be better to use size #11 for the body. I don't have a specific gauge, but the fabric for the main body should be somewhat loose and have a bit of a drape. Materials Needed: WEBS Yarn, Knitting Yarns, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Needles, Weaving Yarns at Webs. Title - Winter 2007. SK2P: Sl 1 knitwise, k2tog, pass slipped st over. T3: Sl next 3 sts to cable needle, rotate cable needle 180 degrees clockwise, k3 from cable needle.
Placing Beads: As shown, Version B uses beads which have holes large enough to accommodate a small crochet hook. If you use beads with similarly large holes, beads may be placed using the technique detailed here. Scroll down to "Hooking beads as you go". Version A as shown uses beads which are too small to placed using a crochet hook.