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In-Depth Review of Knitting Yarn. The Secret of the One-Skein Shawl Download a printer-friendly PDF of the pattern I'll let you in on a little secret about triangular lace shawls: Most of them follow a very easy basic formula.

In-Depth Review of Knitting Yarn

Once you get this formula, you can do pretty much anything—with any yarn and any sized needle. The formula goes something like this. You cast on a few stitches, which correspond to the center top of your shawl. The four increases are placed after the first stitch and before the last stitch, and on either side of the center stitch (which is why many shawl patterns have you cast on an odd number). The increases are normally worked as a simple yarn-over (or YO), in which the yarn is wrapped around the needle. You'll usually work the reverse-side rows in a plain purl, perhaps with some degree of garter stitch on the border stitches. I played with Silk Rhapsody right after reviewing One-Skein Wonders, a book of 101 patterns that all require only one skein of yarn. So that's exactly what I did. How Much? 272 Triangle Shawl Patterns - Updated 12/09. All the deadlinks have been fixed or deleted from the list.

272 Triangle Shawl Patterns - Updated 12/09

I may add more links when I get the time. 12/09 This is the master list of triangle shawl patterns. It contains 272 patterns sorted by yardage. They are coded by free or purchased. Click on a pattern name to find a free pattern or go to an online shop where you may purchase it. The shawl patterns vary widely in style from easy garter and stockinette stitch, to those with simple lacy holes, or challenging ones with charted lace stitches. They are ranked by the amount of yarn needed to make the smallest size. Some of the foreign language patterns have English translations. If anyone knows how much yardage is needed for the shawls marked with a ?

500-599 Yards500 Cascading Leaves Shawl500 Crystal Cove Shawl500 Dice Blue Shawl (Knitter’s Magazine, Spring 2004, p. ?.) Shining Birds Eyes Shawl in Elann.Com Peruvian Baby Cashmere And Silken Kydd. Dishcloths - 288 Free Knitting Patterns and Crochet Patterns. Crochet Patterns Knitting Patterns Sewing Patterns Cross Stitch Patterns Quilt Patterns Yarn Stores Search for: in: "Dishcloths" - 287 Free Knitting Patterns « Back to pattern categories View Pages #9 Cloth 18 Hours Cloth 1x1 Ribbed Dishcloth 2009 New Year's Cloth 4 Embossed Hearts Cloth Air Force Dishcloth Airplane Dishcloth Airplane Washcloth Alex's Cloth Alien Cloth Alien Cloth (Version 2) An Army of One Cloth Anchor Cloth Angel Cloth Angel of Welcome Dishcloth Apple Cloth Apple Cloth Apple Surprise Dishcloth Argyle Lace Cloth Armadillo Cloth Army Eagle Dishcloth Awareness Ribbon Illusion Dishcloth Baby Block Dishcloth Baby Fern Stitch Dishcloth Baby Hearts Dishcloth Baked With Love Dishcloth Ballband Dishcloth Bamboo Cloth Bamboo Cloth Variation 1 Basic Dishrag Basket-Weave Dishcloth Basketweave Dishcloth Bat Cloth Batty Dishcloth Batty Dishcloth Baying Coyotes Dishcloth Beagle Cloth Bee Square Cloth Bee Stitch Border Cloth Bee Stitch Cloth Berry Basket Dishcloth Betsy the Bass Dishcloth Better Daffodil Cloth Bunny Cloth.

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Christmas Candy Cane Knitting Chart. Free Knitting Pattern For Santa Hat For Children And Adults. Free Six Pointed Star Christmas Ornament Knitting Pattern. Free Sock Christmas Ornament Knitting Pattern. Free Knitting Pattern For A Christmas Sock Ornament. Mitten Christmas Ornament Knitting Pattern. Free Knitting Patterns - Miniature Hat Ornaments for Christmas. Fanciful Flower Potholders. Introduction: These Fanciful Flower Potholders are made of 100 percent dk weight cottons in bright and bold colors.

Fanciful Flower Potholders

Cotton is the preferred yarn for potholders because acrylic yarns can melt when handling hot pans or dishes. What to Expect: Your first Fanciful Flower potholder may take a little longer but after that, you can probably crochet one in under two hours. The finished potholder will measure about 7—7.5 inches across. Delights-Gem's Difficulty Rating: Easy Background: While leading my first CAL (crochet a-long) using a different potholder pattern I learned that, while I prefer finer and medium density cottons, most of the participants preferred denser cottons such as Lily's Sugar 'n Cream, Pisgah's Peaches 'n Creme, and Lion Brand Lion Cotton to make their crocheted potholders.

Objective: The purpose of this blog page is to lead crocheters through the creation of one (or more) of these Fanciful Flower Potholders. This Fanciful Flowers Potholder pattern is copyrighted. Petals Tips: Miss Crafty Fingers. Posted by misscraftyfingers in Crafts, Free Pattern, Knitting.

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Tags: Free Pattern, Knitted Flower, Knitting trackback I joined a swap on brooch swap on ravelry and has been trying my hands on making a knitted flower. This is my first knitted pattern! :D Materials DK weight yarn 3.5mm needles (straight or circular, doesn’t matter) Sewing needle Sewing thread (matching colour as yarn) Beads, pearls, buttons or sequins of your preference Optional (if you’re making it into a brooch): small piece of felt Safety pin or brooch pin Abbreviations CO – Cast on k – knit p – purl sl1k – slip 1 knit wise sl1p – slip 1 purl wise k2tog – knit 2 stitches together p2tog – purl 2 stitches together YO – Yarn Over BO – Bind off Pattern Petal (make 6) CO 8 Row 1: sl1k, k7 Row 2: sl1p, p7 Row 3: sl1k, *K1, YO* (repeat from * to * till end of row) (14 stitches) Row 4: sl1p, P to end Row 5: sl1k, K to end Repeat rows 4 and 5 till the work is around 1.75 inches.

Assembly Thread your sewing needle with thread. Free knitting patterns: knitted flower pattern. Can be used singley as a decoration on clothing and accessories or grouped to make a posy and sewn onto a hairband or hairslide.

Free knitting patterns: knitted flower pattern

Knitting it in green will give you a shamrock / lucky clover. I’m sure there are lots of other uses too. Materials: Using 2.25mm (USA size 1, UK/Canadian size 13) needles and 4 ply yarn Pattern: cast on 5 stitchesrow 1: **slip 1, knit 3. turn leaving remaining stitch unworkedrow 2: purl 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworkedrow 3: knit 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworkedrow 4: purl 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworkedrow 5: knit 4row 6: purl 2 together, purl 1, purl 2 together (3 stitches)row 7: knit 1, knit 2 together and pass first stitch over to give 1 stitch on needleUse this stitch to cast on 4 more stitches (5 in total) and repeat from ** to give desired number of petals (3, 4 or 5) Attach to article and sew a contrasting french knot / button / felt circle in the centre of flower. Copyright © Julie Williams 2006. Staggered rib scarf : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,crafting.

A cosy, chunky-weight scarf in a reversible, diagonal rib pattern.

Staggered rib scarf : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,crafting

Staggered-rib scarf When I came across this stitch pattern I knew it was ideal for a scarf – simple, reversible, quicker to knit than seed stitch and normal 2×2 ribbing (because it compresses less). I’ve given it a beginner rating because it’s entirely knit and purl. However, it requires a bit of concentration at first because you have to purl stitches that look like they should be knit and vice versa. If you get lost, use the photos below to check whether you’re on an odd side (rib pattern moves one stitch right) or an even side (pattern does not move). The yarn I have chosen is a warm and luxurious blend of merino, alpaca and silk.

Size information Length: 156 cm (62 in.)Width: 13.5 cm (5.25 in.) Requirements Yarn & notions 4 x 50 g hanks Mirasol Sulka (pictured in shade 221) Needles & equipment 6.5 mm needles Tension/gauge 14 sts and 18 over 10 cm (4 in.) squared in staggered rib pattern Instructions CO 24 sts Cast off. Stash-buster cushion : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,crafting. Stash-buster cushion © Suzie Blackman A cusion cover with knitted front and fabric back in a slip-stitch pattern in several colours.

Stash-buster cushion : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,crafting

I have used a a zip fastening. If you really like stocking stitch you could knit the back and fasten it with buttons. This is a great way to use up leftovers from other projects. Each coloured row used no more than 5g of yarn. I discovered the stitch pattern by accident; I was looking up mosaic garter stitch when I came accross a brick pattern on Knitty.com. I went for a rainbow effect because my stash tends to be full of bright colours, but this pattern would work equally well with muted colours, and would look great with a lighter shade replacing black as the maincolour. Size information This pattern makes a cushion cover to fit a 45 x 45cm (18 x 18 inch) pad. Requirements Yarn & notions Needles & equipment 5 mm knitting needlesYarn needleSewing machineSewing needles Tension/gauge 20 sts 28 rows over 10 cm (4 in.) square in slip-stitch pattern.

Instructions. Fuzzy Thoughts: Holiday Mice. Wow, I must have been really inspired, because the pattern is done and ready!

Fuzzy Thoughts: Holiday Mice

Of course, these little fellas only take a couple of hours to make. Not to waste any time, on to the details! You can knit the mice flat on straight needles, or in the round (the brown ones are knit flat, the grey one in the round, so you can see there is little difference). The materials list says to use worsted weight yarn because that's what I usually use.

The larger mice are made with worsted weight yarn, but the little one is made with sport weight yarn on 3 mm needles (he's only 2" tall), so you can really use whatever you have. Since this pattern has not been test knit, please let me know if there are any mistakes, so I can correct the pattern. Holiday Mouse Size: 8 cm (3") Gauge: 22 sts and 32 rows per 10cm (4˝) in st st Notes: Instructions are written for knitting flat with straight needles. Body Start at bottom. Head Start at back. Hood Start at front. Beret Cast on 18 sts with CC yarn and dpns. Forkfull the Jellyfish. Jimmy Baby Sweater Set Free Knitting Pattern at Jimmy Beans Wool. Easy blanket. Basic Formula Pattern For Knitting Mittens. Pineapple Knit Afghan. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically.

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Fall 2006. When you are knitting this pattern, your fabric will have a bumpy texture resembling an egg crate. Don't worry! This is normal; the fabric will become flat and smooth when blocked. This pattern incorporates many short rows, most of which are only a few stitches long. Turning your work this frequently can be cumbersome and tedious, so the technique of knitting backwards is recommended (though not required). Instructions for this technique can be found here. Wrap & Turn [W&T] To wrap and turn on a RS row, knit to point specified in pattern, bring yarn to front of work between needles, slip next stitch to right-hand needle, bring yarn around this stitch to back of work, slip stitch back to left-hand needle, turn work to begin purling back in the other direction.

Short Row Pattern (Worked over a multiple of 14 sts + 1) NOTE: When working a stitch which has been wrapped on the previous row or short row, work the wrap together with the stitch it had wrapped (see note above). 25+ Stuffed Animal & Doll Patterns: {Knit & Crochet. Twinsknit.blogspot.ca Flower Power Elephants: These critters have character, lol! Love the trunks and flower embellishments. Two methods available (round and flat). Henry & Henrietta: A sweet pair of mice that are best friends, each measures 12″ from head to toe when finished. Worked on DPNs. petitepurls.com womansday.com Lamb: Finished size measures 6 1/2″ tall and 5″ long, boucle yarn is used for the body.

Panda: Cute little guy holding a piece of bamboo, measures 9 1/2″ in height. Allaboutyou.com susanbanderson.blogspot.ca Striped Elephant: A great stashbuster, this measures 5″ tall and 6″ in length when finished, worked on DPNs and filled with poly-pellets or fiberfill. Nummy Bunny: Finished size measures 16″ tall, stripes in three colors. Stitchnationyarn.com Teddy Bear: A cute little guy wearing a buttoned jacket, available via pdf download. Two Finger Puppets: This little kitty’s front legs are finger pockets, head is stuffed. ravelry.com spudandchloe.com jeangreenhowe.com canadianliving.com.

Those "Bird Hats" Blue. I have a few boo-boos in my patterns! It's darn hard writing down what you've done! Feel free to tell me there is a problem. I'll figure out what I did wrong.......maybe! LOL So here is the corrected version, Take 2 Blue (Angry) Bird Hat I made my hat in a worsted yarn (Red Hart). G hook – 20-21 inch circumference7 1/2 inches from crown to rim edge Gauge 6 hdc’s/htr’s and 5 rows = 2 inches. Pattern Notes*No turning after rows. Form magic loop 1.) At this point you can change color or continue on with the same color. Round 20-28) 1 hdc in each stitch around. (72 hdc crochet total) My hat has a turned up edge. When you work the continual round, you will end with a ridge.

Pupil - Make 2CH 2, Work 6 SC through the chain. White of Eyes - Make 2Row 1) Chain 8, turn, SC in 1st 3 chains, 3 SC in next sc, SC in last 3. Attach pupils to center of arch made so that the bottom is even. Attach each cheek to bottom of each eye. Attach according to picture, between eyes. I made ear flaps for my hat. 1323096346676-bear_santa_miniature.docx. Suitcase Luggage Tag. It's time to think about going away on a Summer holiday and I remenbered a discussion about knitting a luggage marker to make it easier to identify one's bag on the airport carousel. The discussion can be found at: With this in mind, I thought it might be fun to create a Luggage luggage tag, complete with stickers from previous journeys, this is what I came up with. Have fun! Dave Suitcase Luggage Tag Materials:DK or similar weight yarn in Green and short lengths of red, light blue, yellow, white, mauve and two lengths of brown, wound onto bobbinsPair 4mm (US size 6) needlesPair 3.25mm (US Size 3) double-pointed needlesDarning needle Tension/Gauge:22 stitches and 28 rows over 4"/10cms square Finishing:Weave in ends of colour-work.

Thread through luggage strap. Knit and Felt Hearts. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document.

This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

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