Weaving Class: The Basics. If you learn one new medium this summer, let it be how to weave. It’s one of those centuries old traditions that is both practical (in certain forms) and beautiful and can be sort of soothing to the soul. Wall hangings are a great way to cut your teeth on weaving and add instant charm to your space. This tutorial is a simple wall hanging with a few different elements you’ll need to make your own interesting piece. It’s the first part in a series I’ve developed with Elsie and Emma to share what I’ve learned through trial and error in my own experiments with weaving.
Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. I decided late one afternoon in 2013 that I wanted to teach myself how to weave. Soon after, I made a weaving that I turned into a clutch, and even took on the monster project of weaving my own 4′ x 6′ rug from strips of fabric. My first loom was the lap loom shown above. Supplies:–loom-cotton yarn for the warp. -wooden dowel rod, copper pipe, stick, etc. -tapestry needle. -shuttle. People webs: pattern: chunky circle scarf. I said to myself, i need a big chunky circular scarf to wear all the time.. and this is what came of it. i am putting this grey one in my etsy shop, and also, here is the pattern: ( this pattern is intended for personal use only, thank you!
) chunky circle scarf you will need: 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn (i used caron simply soft) using both strands at once throughout, otherwise you could use bulky weight yarn 10 mm crochet hook , or any large hook (i crochet quite loosely, so if you don't, a hook larger than the one i used will work better) large needle for weaving in ends stitches used: ch: chain sc: single crochet dc: double crochet dc4tog: double crochet 4 stitches together: yarn over once, insert the hook into the stitch, draw up 1 loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, draw through 2 loops (2 loops remaining) to finish the dc7together, yarn over once, and draw through all 8 loops at once. gauge: 4 rows are a little over three inches tall, finished size: about 60 inches around, and 10 inches wide.
Cookies are turned off. Cookies are turned off. Cancun boxy lace top pattern by erin kate archer. ByHaafner * crochet : A Field of Tulips Hangers * The Pattern and a (Little) Tutorial. Are you ready for spring? I know I am! You can now invite spring to your home with the tulip hangers. Here's the pattern and a little tutorial for you. You'll need♦ Cotton yarn suitable for a 3 mm hook (I used Rio Cotton from Lammy Yarns, except for the white, there I used something else from my stash, but Rio would do nicely there.
Remarks beforehand♦ American crochet terminology – sorry UK-friends! Step 1, in white ♦ When making a slip stitch to start your work, leave an extra long tail. . ♦ Crochet a chain that's at least 5 cm (1.5 inches) longer than your hanger. ♦ Sc in 2nd sc from your hook, single across the chain. Step 2, in green ♦ Do not turn your work. ♦ Attach green yarn in the first sc. ♦ Chain 2, skip 1 sc ♦ * v-stitch, skip 2 sc* repeat until you nearly reach the end of the row. ♦ Measure if your work is long enough to cover the length of the hanger. Step 3, in colour of your choice ♦ Don't turn work ♦ Chain 3 in first dc of previous round ♦ repeat across this round ♦ repeat.
Tassels are Underrated | Izznit. Cactus Crochet RoundUp. Da Ilaria|airali I cactus amigurumi scuciti e senza fiori che hanno riempito l’ultima settimana di luglio (qui il post) sono partiti in tempo evitando tutti gli intoppi del ferragosto. Non posso dire che l’uncinetto sia andato in ferie ma la prossima ondata di cactus non verrà prima dell’autunno. Li adoro e mi piace realizzarli sempre diversi: cambiare i fiori, le forme, scovare nuovi filati e vasi al limite del microscopico, ma per non perdere l’entusiasmo è meglio non esagerare. Come mi è successo con le caramelle gommose, di quelle che si trovano in ogni forma e colore, che adesso non posso neanche annusare da lontano.
Non dite che non odorano perché riesco a sentirne la puzza da chilometri Meglio tornare ai cactus di lana&cotone e ai loro vasetti. Tag dei postamigurumicactuscrochetuncinetto Potrebbe interessarti anche. Crochet succulents are one of my constants and up to now have been in flux. This time I put pen to paper a small and heterogeneous collection of succulents and I feel I have stopped – at least for a while – the desire to change shapes and colors to get to the “perfect cactus”. Despite these fixed points there is to play with pots, stones and details, the variables involved are still so many!
But, for once, I am satisfied and I am even more for having seen the same feeling in the eyes of those who chose them for a very special day. Here are all the posts related to crochet cactus in 4 years of this blog. Star Lily Crochet Hexagon Pattern -Flamingo Toes. Thanks to Knit Picks for providing the yarn for today’s post! So today I have something fun for you! Today I am sharing a pattern as part of my very first Crochet a Long! (CAL – to those who actually know about these things – it is new to me!). It’s my first time – I have done some crochet pattern making before but never a hexagon! I had so much fun putting this one together though.
So the deal with a CAL is that there are 8 different fab bloggers sharing 8 different hexagon patterns over the next two weeks. The hexagons are all the same size, made with worsted yarn, so you can mix or match them for the different projects, or even do multiple hexagons in the projects! My hexagon is the Star Lily Hexagon. Here’s how to crochet it: Supplies: 6.0mm crochet hook 3 Colors of Worsted Weight Yarn – KnitPicks Brava – I used Solstice, Dove Heather, and Seashell Special Stitches: Ch 4.
Round 1: Chain two, dc in loop, 10 more double crochets in loop = 12 DC around. Change colors Round 2: Chain 3. Succulent Collection 1: FOUR realistic crochet patterns : PlanetJune Shop, cute and realistic crochet patterns & more. A crocheted succulent never needs watering, never dies, and is always in peak condition. With this collection, you can make 4 different realistic succulents in individual pots, or a beautiful succulent garden arranged in one large crocheted pot.
It's the perfect thing to brighten up your window, or to give as an unusual and thoughtful gift. Succulent Collection 1 is an original crochet pattern by June Gilbank, including patterns for 4 different succulents: Spoon Jade 'ET Fingers'Sempervivum 'Hen & Chicks'Euphorbia Obesa 'Baseball Plant'Adromischus Cooperi 'Plover Eggs Plant' It also includes full patterns and assembly instructions for both the individual-sized pot pattern and the larger succulent garden pot pattern: Details: pattern is 15 pages long and includes over 30 step-by-step photographs and explanations so you can crochet perfect succulents of your own.
And knit up on US 19 needles at a whopping 1 1/2 stitches to the inch, your Mountain Cowl will be done before you can say Kilimanjaro! In Calico Pink, our cowl takes on the beauty of a sun soaked summit, a mountain peak as day yields to night. Gentle Giant’s entire palette evokes this kind of mystery, from stormy Poseidon Green to gentle Winter Bark.
Pick the one that speaks to you! -Joelle Materials Gauge 6 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch Size Finished circumference at top: 53 inches Finished circumference at bottom: 60 inches Finished height: 15 inches (with edges unrolled) Pattern Cast on 90 stitches. Purl every stitch for 6 rounds (or for approximately 3 inches, edge unrolled). Biscuits and Jam. Garter Gaiter. We all know about late night holiday knitting and 42-inch scarves, stopped short to finish in time for giving! That’s why every year we come up with the perfect quick knit, one that takes less than an afternoon to make but that you can give with pride. This Garter Gaiter is perhaps our best inspiration so far! Knit out of Purl Soho’s Super Soft Merino, it is delectably cozy and totally gorgeous, but even more to the point, it is a generous chunky weight that knits up here at a speedy 2 1/2 stitches to the inch!
Our Garter Gaiter features a beautiful play of color and a striking woven texture, all of which is really just the simple trick of single round stripes of garter stitch. We love it in crisp and festive candy cane colors, but can happily imagine any of our Super Soft Merino brights paired up with Heirloom White. Lots of people left on your list? Materials Gauge 2 1/2 stitches = 1 inch in garter stitch Size 24 inches in circumference by 12 inches tall Pattern Round 1: With color A, knit.
Cozy Ribbed Scarf Pattern — Lady By The Bay. Here's how I made it: Finished size: 40" around, 12" high (unstretched) Materials: 216 yards chunky weight alpaca yarn (I used 2 skeins of Misti Alpaca in the color 100 Nt Cream) Size 15 circular knitting needle Yarn needle Pattern: Cast on 140 stitches. Round 1: K2, P2 Repeat round 1 until you've used up most of the yarn or until desired height.
I recommend using a stretchy bind off. Jeny's Suprisingly Stretchy Bind Off created by Jeny Staiman and I love it! Video tutorial on how to do it. Weave in ends. You may not want to give this away once you've made it. Happy knitting! Berroco FreePattern Blish. L’extreme knitting. Inventé par Rachel John, le concept est de tricoter avec des aiguilles géantes. J’ai fait sa rencontre il y a 2 ans lors du salon de L’aiguille en fête (qui aura à nouveau lieu très bientôt, nous en reparlerons). Elle exposait ses oeuvres d’art, et j’ai été totalement séduite par cette approche, à mi chemin entre l’art et la performance artistique.
Il aura fallu plus d’un an pour que je teste par moi même la technique. Ce qu’il faut en retenir : C’est très sportif, et cela peut causer rapidement des douleurs variées, il faut donc faire très attention à la posture et à l’équilibre du poids du travailLa taille de ces aiguilles peut varier entre 15 et 27mm. Rachel n’avait confié que 25mm c’était déjà très difficilement praticablePlus on tricote de fils ensemble, plus le rendu est intéressant : on peut avoir peur au début, mais il ne faut pas hésiter à tricoter 20 fils ensemble ! En rentrant de l’aiguille en fête, j’étais tombée à l’époque sur une vidéo surprenante de Rachel : Elise. Pickles - Good Morning Cowl. Jamestown Pullover : Knitty.com - First Fall 2015. BACK With larger needles, cast on 97[109, 121, 133, 141, 153, 161] sts. Work in Twisted Rib until work measures 3 inches from cast-on, ending after a WS row. Set-up row [RS]: K5, (p2, k4) 0[1, 2, 2, 1, 2, 1] times, p2, (k8, p2) 1[1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3] times, (k4, p2) 1[1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2] times, k26, M1, k25, p2, (k4, p2) 1[1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2] times, (k8, p2) 1[1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3] times, (k4, p2) 0[1, 2, 2, 1, 2, 1] times, k5. 98[110, 122, 134, 142, 154, 162] sts.
Row 1 [WS]: P1, (PDW 4, k2) 1[2, 3, 3, 2, 3, 2] times, (PDW 8, k2) 1[1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3] times, (PDW 4, k2) 1[1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2] times, PDW 52, (k2, PDW 4) 1[1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2] times, (k2, PDW 8) 1[1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3] times, (k2, PDW 4) 1[2, 3, 3, 2, 3, 2] times, p1. Shape raglan: Cont in patt as set, BO 4[5, 6, 7, 4, 9, 6] sts at beg of next 2[2, 2, 2, 4, 2, 4] rows. 90[100, 110, 120, 126, 136, 138] sts. Dec row [RS]: K1, k2tog, patt to last 3 sts, ssk, k1. 2 sts dec'd. Sizes XS, S, & M Only: Rep Dec row. Rep Dec row. Rep Dec row. Cookie A knitwear design | Knit. Sock. Love. Cookie A chronicles her love affair with sock knitting in Knit. Sock. Love. The book presents nineteen patterns including seven brand new designs such as Pointelle, a pattern which features diagonal lace lines over an arrowhead lace background, and Wedge, an ingenious use of garter stitch short rows and stockinette bands that will have you marveling at its simplicity.
These rich and seemingly complex patterns are broken down step by step into bite-size components that are easy to digest. Illustrations, diagrams and charts accompany each project, offering an invaluable guide for visual knitters. Breathtaking photographs by Laura Kicey and styling by Sarah Beaver showcase the socks in dramatic locations, leading you off the beaten path just like the socks in this collection. Purchasing options Signed print edition will be mailed via USPS Priority mail. Within the United States: FREE shippingCanada and Mexico: $8.50 shippingAll other countries: $12.50 shipping176 pages, paperback. DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to knit in the Portuguese style.
Free knitted trim patterns Lattice. Shawlshapes. Opus the Octopus : Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2014. The Bulbous Body Holding your yarn double, cast on 4 stitches on larger needles for working in the round. Distribute sts across needles as you prefer and join for working in the round, being careful not to twist. Round 1: Kfb 4 times. 8 st. Round 2: Kfb 8 times. 16 st. Round 3 and all odd-numbered rounds: Knit. Round 4: [K1, kfb] 8 times. 24 sts. Round 6: [K2, kfb] 8 times. 32 sts. Round 8: [K3, kfb] 8 times. 40 sts. The Eyeball Bulge Round 92: [K5, m1, k4, m1, k5] 4 times. 64 sts. Round 99: Place safety pin or removable marker in this row for eye placement.
If you haven't already, transfer all stitches to your circular needle. The Blinky Eyelids (make 4) Using smaller needles and a single strand of yarn, CO 10 st using the long tail cast on. Row 1 [RS]: Knit. Lay out the eyelid pieces with the cast-on edges facing each other so they form two halves of a circle. Find the marker you placed at round 99 for eye placement. Round 1: Kfb 4 times. 8 st. Taj mahal slipper socks — infinite twist.
Great horn-rimmed Vest : Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2014.