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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. Stitchfinder : Crochet Flower: Irish Rose : Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) about Knitting and Crochet Stitchfinder : Crochet Flower: Irish Rose : Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) about Knitting and Crochet
avaElongated Hat – Free Knitting Pattern 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.
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) :) Free Knitting Pattern - Headband Ear Warmer
Head Huggers: Knit Pattern: Amelia Earhart Aviator Cap Head Huggers: 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").
It’s been a mad winter! Woolfest in January (I have to brag about my awesome booth that I totally neglected to photograph), then mass book knitting and a bit of photography, then a fucking TORNADO at the end of February that threw the town into chaos. Then I accidentally agreed to a bit more recovery volunteering than I was prepared to handle and was in a bit of a panicked frenzy for a week and a half. Then a much needed and super-awesome Spinsters-y MO Fiber Retreat in which I learned locker hooking, basket weaving, Tunisian crochet, and wagon wheel rug weaving, peppered with much Spinsters hilarity. T H E . T H R I F T Y . K N I T T E R T H E . T H R I F T Y . K N I T T E R