Crochet Flower: Irish Rose : Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) about Knitting and Crochet. Click here to zoom. 1st round (RS) Using color A, make a slip ring, ch 2, sc 7 in ring, pull end to close ring, sl st to top ch of 2 ch. 8 sts. 2nd round ch 2, sc 1 in base of first ch, sc 2 in each of next 7 sts, sl st to top ch of 2 ch. 16 sts. 3rd round ch 4, [skip 1 sc, sc 1 in next sc, ch 3] 7 times, sl st to top ch of 4 ch. 8 ch-sp. 4th round [sc 1, hdc 1, dc 1, hdc 1, sc 1] in each ch-sp. 8 petals.
Fasten off with color B. Continue with B. 5th round Folding petals forward and working into the back of petals, sl st in the 2 strands that form the base of each of first 3 sts of next petal, [ch 3, sc 1 in base of dc at center of next petal] 7 times, ch 3, sl st in 3rd of 3 sl st. 6th round [sc 1, hdc 1, dc 3, hdc 1, sc 1] in each ch-sp. Fasten off with color C. Pattern by permission from 100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet by Lesley Stanfield, St. AvaElongated Hat – Free Knitting Pattern. Designed by jenny, E-mail When I created the avaElongated Scarf a few weeks ago I immediately started making plans for a companion hat.
This stitch pattern is elegant and easy to work up so it is a total win. In fact, the pattern would be a perfect way for new knitter’s to venture into the world of eyelet/lace patterns. The avaElongated Hat has a beautiful seed stitch brim and a slight medium slouch. I will be creating beanie and tam versions of this hat some time in the future. This is pattern #9 of the 14 free weekly patterns I’m posting through December.
AvaElongated Hat Yarn: Naturally Caron – Country, 1 skein Gauge: 5sts & 7 rows per inch Needles: Size 6 circular & size 6 double-pointed ssk: sl1 knit-wise, sl1 knit-wise, slip these 2 sts back to left needle & knit together through back loop. Cast On 108 sts and join to work in the round Row 1: *k1, p1* to end Row 2: *p1, k1* to end Repeat these 2 rows 2 more times (total of 6 seed stitch rows) Free Knitting Pattern - Headband Ear Warmer. I have written a newer, simpler pattern.
Please click HERE or see the sidebar on the right and click on the new pattern. (The decrease is easier) :) 01/09/10 UPDATE: Please note that I have added updated pictures with another flower option (same headwrap--new flower). The large flower was made using Susan B. Anderson's Felted Flower pattern from Itty Bitty Hats. 01/22/10 UPDATE: The gauge for this pattern is 9 st per inch, 6 rows per inch. 1/31/10 UPDATE: There have been a few questions so I've added some more explanation to the increase and decrease rows in this pattern. This headband is perfect for those brisk morning walks or for taking the kids to school. Headband Earwarmer Materials: Size 6 US knitting needles Rowan Wool Cotton (just under 1 skein) - this is a DK yarn Size J Crochet Hook (optional)* Button Small shank button (optional - for embellishment flower) Finished Size: 22.5" long and 4" wide at widest part.
Knit Pattern: Amelia Earhart Aviator Cap. Amelia Earhart Aviator Cap Knit Head Hugger Designed by: Flor While the directions for this cap may appear complicated at first glance, it is really an easy hat to knit.
Materials: 1 pair size 8 single pointed needles (or you may use double pointed needles, or a round needle) Approx. 220 yds. (200 meters) of worsted weight or DK yarn Option: small plastic marker Gauge: approx. 20 sts = 10 cm (4"). The cap is knit flat and sideways and is reversible. Directions: Cast on 36 stitches leaving a tail 25-30" long for sewing the back seam. T H E . T H R I F T Y . K N I T T E R.