Top This Alternate Size Instructions. DMC Top This. Try to Top This!
® Introducing NEW DMC Top This! , a snuggly & silky yarn that comes with a whimsical character perfect for adorning the top of a knitted hat. The bright & colorful yarn is made up of three continuous textures, making it easy to knit a Top This! Flame out. Brioche Baby Hat. FO: Brioche rib baby hat: advanced_knit. I recently made my first project with brioche stitch, and am pleased enough with the results to not only share the pictures, but some instructions, too.
I'm still pretty new to writing patterns for other people, so I hope I haven't messed up. 4.5 spi, 14rpi (note that for this stitch pattern, that's 7 visible knit sts vertically per inch)ggh bali yarn, green (color # 96), 50% cotton/50% acrylic (label recommends a stocking stitch gauge of 20 sts and 28 rows over 10 cm (~4"))3.5mm needles (I used 5 dpns) This is probably pretty flexible in terms of gauge and which yarn you use.
It's a very stretchy hat. Leelee Knits » Blog Archive Free Cable Knit Pixie Hat Pattern - Leelee Knits. I decided to get a head start on my fall patterns this year since August and September are my busiest times at work.
I love the look of cables, but I hate knitting cables in the round because there are just too many needles involved! Really, who can knit with 5 needles and actually enjoy it and not get frustrated?!! ♥ Forget me not flower! This is a little pin I created after watching President Dieter F.
Uchtdorf's talk at Relief Society General Meeting on Sept. 24, 2011 "You are not forgotten. Sisters, wherever you are, whatever the circumstances may be, you are not forgotten. No matter how dark your days may seem, no matter how insignificant you may feel, no matter how overshadowed you think you may be, your Heavenly Father has not forgotten you. In fact, He loves you, with an infinite love.- President Dieter F. Uchtdorf Abbreviations: sl st=slip stitch, sc = single crochet, dc= double crochet, tr = triple crochet. Let's get started! YELLOW center: Chain 5 - join with a slip stitch to form a ring. WHITE: Join white yarn with a slip stitch, in middle of the ring. BLUE petals: Join blue yarn with slip stitch inside one of the white loops. FINISHING: Weave all the yarn tails behind flower.
PurpleHeartsBabySocks. Fun Hats Knitting Patterns. Free Pattern- My Cupcake Hat. Well I did it.
F542 Angora Cloche Hat. Ribbed Baby Earflap Hat. Free Baby Hat Knitting Pattern Size: 16" (18", 20") head circumference Materials: Rowan Purelife Organic Wool DK weight yarn, 137 yards (125 meters) / 50 gr, color 603 Black Tea - 1.5 balls.
Needles: US size 4 (3.5 mm) circular, cable needle Gauge for rib 1x1: 20 st x 28 rows = 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10 cm) Make 1 increase (M1) - I used the increase described by Elizabeth ZimmermanMake a backward loop over the right-hand needle and in the next row purl as a regular stitch. 11f28937b3515c2fb09e4acdd049981d639aba8f. Iceland Cable Banded Hat - 1 ball Iceland - free knit hat pattern. Crystal Palace Yarns free knit hat pattern - uses one ball of Iceland Cable Banded Hat Iceland - 100% extra soft wool Designed by Gail Tanquary Materials:Crystal Palace Iceland, 100% Super Soft Wool 1- 100gr ball.
Color #1015 'ivory' shownCrystal Palace Bamboo16" Circular & Double Point Needles size 11 or size to obtain correct gauge Crystal Palace Bamboo Crochet Hook size K Stitch Marker Note: The cable band is knitted first, using two of the double point needles Provisional Cast-On: Using K crochet hook and contrasting color bulky yarn, ch 16. Fasten off. Using provisional cast-on, cast on 12 sts. 1 (wrong side): K4, P4, K3, sl last st wyif. 2: K, sl last st wyif 3: Repeat 1 4: K4, cable on next 4 sts, K3, sl 1. 5: Repeat 1 6: Repeat 2 Repeat the last 6 rows until 48 garter ridges are formed on the right side. Knit in the round until piece measures 6.5 inches from bottom edge of hat.
This free knitting pattern is the sweetest way to cozy up this winter. Make gifts for your friends or simply sport it yourself. Materials: Malabrigo Gruesa (100% Wool; 3.5 oz; 65 yds)#100 Rosa Viejo, 2 skeins (if you make a smaller version you could get away with 1 skein) Needles: 1 set US 10 (6.0mm) dpns & one 16 in. circular needle Cable needle Stitch markers, Tapestry needle Gauge: 10 sts & 18 rows = 4 in. in reverse stockinette st (that's where the right side of the work is the purl side, just in case ;) Size: this fits 21 in. head nice and snug; any adjustments to the stitch count will alter the look of the cable, but if you do need to add or subtract stitches, I would do that evenly throughout the purl sections.
Balls to the Walls Knits: Iris Bloom Bonnet. First and foremost: yes, this yarn is divine.
Simply heavenly. Gorgeous, lovely to knit, and beautifully variegated. Introducing the Waves of Hope Chemo Cap! The first hat for this week is a new design. I really enjoyed this pattern - it's very simple and yet quite interesting visually. I knit this using Lion Brand Cotton Ease. This is beautiful yarn to work with and I will definitely be picking up more in the near future. I used about half a skein for this hat, but any worsted weight yarn would work well.
I used size 9 needles which are a bit larger than you would expect for worsted weight, but I really like the way it came out. Schnapps of course, had quite a bit to say about the pattern as it went along and happily, he approved of the final result! As always, the pattern is free! If you're not a fan of Delaware Head Huggers yet, stop by and "Like" our Facebook page. Waffel hat. NeedlesSmall circular and DP needles US 8 Yarn100 g Abuelita Merino Worsted and one ball Pickles Silk Mohair Gauge22 stitches = 4" Cast on 112 stitches on the circular needles.Knit rib, K2, P2, over the 5 next rounds. Knit the pattern like this over the next round:Use an extra needle to work the pattern.* Slip 6 stitches (2 knit stitches, 2 purl stitches, 2 knit stitches) on to the extra needles. PLace the needle in front of your work. Keep knitting like this: Knit a rib, K2 , P2 over the 5 next rounds.K2, P 2(The new round will start here. Continue until the work is 7".
Start decreasing right after a round of the pattern. The Sweetie Pie Hat. When I first designed the Sweetie Pie Hat four years ago, I had plenty of time on my hands to create patterns. With no one tugging at my sleeve while I knit, I had deep reserves of concentration and loads of patience. But now that I have a one and half year old, updating an old beloved pattern with new yarn and simpler instructions is about all I can handle!! The original Sweetie Pie Hat was striped, because back then, I had no reason to mind switching colors every eight rows (not to mention weaving in all those ends!). I still love that hat and will continue to wear it, but after knitting the Forever Baby Blanket for a friend, the For Better or Worsted from Anzula was calling my name. I decided it was just the right yarn for a fresh take on an old favorite! With its crisp and clean stitch definition, For Better or Worsted is the perfect choice for interesting stitch patterns, and it just couldn’t be nicer to work with!