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. Once you get this formula, you can do pretty much anything—with any yarn and any sized needle.
All the deadlinks have been fixed or deleted from the list. I may add more links when I get the time. 12/09 This is the master list of triangle shawl patterns.
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Introduction : These Fanciful Flower Potholders are made of 100 percent dk weight cottons in bright and bold colors. Cotton is the preferred yarn for potholders because acrylic yarns can melt when handling hot pans or dishes. What to Expec t: 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.
Posted by misscraftyfingers in Crafts , Free Pattern , Knitting . 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! 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
Can be used singley as a decoration on clothing and accessories or grouped to make a posy and sewn onto a hairband or hairslide. 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 stitches row 1 : **slip 1, knit 3. turn leaving remaining stitch unworked row 2: purl 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworked row 3: knit 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworked row 4: purl 3, turn leaving remaining stitch unworked row 5: knit 4 row 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 needle Use this stitch to cast on 4 more stitches (5 in total) and repeat from ** to give desired number of petals (3, 4 or 5)
Staggered rib scarf : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,craftingA cosy, chunky-weight scarf in a reversible, diagonal rib pattern. 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.
Stash-buster cushion : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,craftingStash-buster cushion © Suzie Blackman A cusion cover with knitted front and fabric back in a slip-stitch pattern in several colours. I have used a a zip fastening. If you really like stocking stitch you could knit the back and fasten it with buttons.
Wow, I must have been really inspired, because the pattern is done and ready! 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.
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.
twinsknit.blogspot.ca Flower Power Elephants : These critters have character, lol! Love the trunks and flower embellishments.
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!
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: http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-11597-1.html 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
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