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This hat has a huge stretch factor.
Using A, CO 4 sts onto one needle. Slip 2 sts to second needle and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. After working a few rounds, you may wish to place a safety pin or split ring marker in the work to indicate beginning of round. Set-up Round: [Pfb, place marker, pfb] twice. 8 sts. The work is now divided into four sections.
Moogle Doll Pattern By Amy Shimel Copyright Amy Shimel 2007 For personal use only. Not for resale or to create resale items. Design Notes Some of the parts of this doll are started using the magic ring technique. Here are directions if you are unfamiliar with this technique. The doll is worked in the round unless otherwise instructed.
Cactuar is a Final Fantasy iconic creature/enemy. Remembering the excitement of playing the FF games and "fighing" Cactuars was a symbol of being past the game's midpoint. Cactuar will always have a special place in my heart (with the Chocobos).
25 Sep 2006, 11:02 · diy , knitting , knitting patterns I’ve been trying to figure out who to name this knitted doctor mask after. It seems like surely there is a doctor who presides over fashion with accidental political relevance, the way Dr. Freud presides over objects with accidental sexual inuendo.
In my search for a cute head covering to wear to my cousin’s Bar Mitzvah, I came up with two bases to make some little felted fascinator hats from. The “Fedora” style has a little more brim and a smaller dome than the “Bowler” style, which, conversely has a narrower brim and wider potential dome. Both are very malleable, depending on the amount of felting and shaping that you do to the fabric, you can use these two basic shapes to pull out many styles of tiny hat. Finished hats will be around 4 inches in diameter. Feathered Fedora Needed: worsted weight yarn that will felt Gauge: 4 sts = 1” on US 10.5 before felting Optional: comb, clip, or headband to hold the hat to your head; needle and thread or glue to hold add-ons to hat; assorted frippery of choice to fancy-up the hat.
Using MC, CO 6 sts. Divide sts between 3 needles, placing 2 sts on each needle. Join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Round 1: [Kfb, k1] three times. 9 sts.
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