Victorian neck knit
Grace sock : Knitty Winter bis 2011 Toe: Using your chosen toe-up CO method, CO 22 sts, or 11 sts on each of two needles. Distribute sts as you prefer and join for working in the round. Divide sock into instep and sole as follows: the first 11 sts are the instep sts; the remaining 11 sts are the sole sts. Knit 1 round.
Cuff CO 72 sts. Divide sts evenly between 3 needles (24 sts on each needle), place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Round 1: [P1, k1 tbl] to end. Repeat this round 9 times more. editorial win 05
Alarming Female - Fluke
loumms Search loumms year of socks I’m not sure why everything starts over a bottle of wine at the Granby.
Knitsnthings's Weblog NOTE: In the pattern, where I say to disregard row 1, I mean row one (the ‘no stitch’ row) of the charted pattern – I made the chart one row too long. The written pattern is correct as written. Sorry for any confusion! :)
Tribute sock: Knitty Spring+Summer 2010 Socks Loosely cast on 68 sts leaving a 12-inch tail to sew down cuff. Join being careful not to twist and mark beginning of round. Work even in stockinette stitch for 1 inch. Picot round: [K2tog, yo] to end of round. Continue in stockinette stitch for 1 inch.
Summer 2006 Lily of the Valley (Shown in Green above): String 40[50, 60, 70, 80] beads onto the yarn. Using long-tail cast on method, CO 25 sts, leaving a tail of at least 12 inches. K 4 rows, then work Lily of the Valley pattern as follows: Odd-numbered Rows 1-13 [WS]: P all sts.
Eleanor cowl: Knitty Deep Fall 2010 If working back and forth in rows: Using largest straight needles and long tail method, loosely CO 132 sts. Switching to mid-sized needles, work Rows 1-14 of Chart A, working outlined pattern repeat section five times. If desired, place stitch markers between pattern repeats. 112 sts when all rows of Chart A are complete. Work Rows 1-50 of Chart B, working outlined pattern repeat section four times.
Katherine Matthews is fascinated by all things new and shiny, and she occasionally noodles out a design under the Purl Diving banner. She draws inspiration from many cultures, and is currently obsessed by the colors and motifs seen in Hindi films from Bollywood, as well as other South Asian film genres. She is a social media junkie, blogs in way too many places (including Apparknitchik and Totally Filmi) and can be often be found hanging around the Twitter watercooler. Katherine is grateful to both Susanna Hanson, who taught her how to knit the wristwarmers in the first place, and to Kotomi Hiyashi's book "Beads Knitting", which opened her eyes to the possibilities of combining beads, Bollywood, and the traditional Nordic wristwarmer. Rani - Knitty, Summer 2009
Chez Plum » Felicie Chokers Call it a choker, call it a scarflette… It will keep your neck cozy and toasty all winter with great style !! A very quick project, yet interesting enough to keep your attention… ;-) This pattern offers two choices of lace pattern for the scarflette, and two flower embellishment options. I’ve rated the slanted lace choker an “intermediate challenge” because it requires attention not to mess up the slants, but really if you can knit an Isabeau purse you can make a Felicie choker !!!
Lace Choker pattern by Jamie A Besel
Tilting Tardis Cowl I designed this cowl as my Team Tardis entry in Ravelympics 2010.I made changes to Barbara Walker’s “Tilting Ladders” stitch pattern to make the eyelet design resemble thepolice box Tardis that Dr. Who travels in.Needles—U.S. #8/5.0mm Gauge—13 stitches = 2.25 inches.Yarn—Knit Picks Gloss, Dusk—(one skein-50gr)Buttons of your choice in a size that will slip through an eyelet.Multiple of 13 sts + 2 sts.Abbreviations:Cables: BC (Back Cross) Slip 2 sts to dpn, hold in back, k2, then knit 2 sts from dpn.FC (Front Cross) Slip 2 sts to dpn, hold in front, k2, then knit 2 sts from dpn.Using long tail method, cast on 67 stitches.Knit 8 rows. (Slip first stitch of all rows purlwise.) Pattern Rows: Tilting Tardis Cowl
Trifle Cowl from KnitPicks.com Knitting
Happy 2011! We are deep into winter now, with feet of snow outside here in the frozen northeast. Temps below zero last night, which meant hot water bottles for the kitties where they sleep in their down sleeping bag nest. But we are all cozy and warm, especially because I have been knitting a lot with lovely, soft Malabrigo Yarns. January brought the new year, and the release of my eBook, made in cooperation with Malabrigo Yarn, The Best of Times, A Dickensian Winter Collection. This is the first in a series of eBooks that Malabrigo Yarns is making in cooperation with independent knitting designers, and I was very flattered to be asked to create the first book in the series. Ninaknits's Blog