AZURE KNITS BLOG: Free Pattern! Quick Cable Slouch Hat//Hat constructions. This is a pattern I had made to teach my student how to make her first cabled hat, so I made sure it was not intimidating.
Very quick to knit, so great for gifts. I have used a bulky alpaca yarn so it had a fair drape and a pom-pom was too heavy, but it may work better if you use wool. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*Note*I have originally posted and recommended size #10 needles for the body, but it seems like many people have been getting a less slouchy result. If you want to get a slouchy hat for sure, it might be better to use size #11 for the body. I don't have a specific gauge, but the fabric for the main body should be somewhat loose and have a bit of a drape. Materials Needed: US7 or 8 for Brim US10 or 11 for Body (NOTE : I had used #8 and #11, and the body was pretty big so I felted down a little. Knitty.com. Section 1 (Set-up Rows) CO 2 sts.
Row 1: P1, pfb. Row 2: Sl1, k1, pm, yo, kfb. Row 3 and all odd-numbered rows: Sl1, p to last st, pfb. Row 4: Sl1, k1, k tbl, k1, k tbl, kfb. NOTE: From this point forward through the whole pattern, on even-numbered rows, you will always be knitting the st before the marker through the back loop, knitting the stitch after the marker through the front as normal, then the next st through the back loop. Row 6: Sl1, k2, k tbl, k1, k tbl, k1, kfb.
Handspun Yarn Shop and Fiber Art Blog by Neauveau: How to Unravel a Sweater to Recycle Yarn. This is the sweater we will be unraveling.
Turn your sweater inside-out, grab a pair of sharp scissors and let's get started! There are good seams and bad seams. This is an example of a good seam. It looks like two tiny braids side-by-side. You can cut between those two braids of a good seam and unravel a super-long strand of yarn that you can wind into a huge skein. Sheep in the city: My So Called Scarf. My So Called Scarf I was wearing this scarf over the weekend while I was at the Knit Out in Boulder, and I got a number of comments and requests for the pattern. Here's the story behind the scarf. A couple years ago I was in SanFransisco and happened on the yarn shop, Imagiknit . What a fun shop! The owners, Allison and Sara, are so personable and helpful.
So here it is: Materials: •2 Skeins of Manos del Uruguay •US 11 Needles •Darning Needle. Butterfly in Flight © Butterfly in Flight ©by RaAnn Clegg Materials: 100% Crochet CottonUS Size 7 NeedlesFinished Size: 9 x 9 inches Copyrighted 2007 by RaAnn Clegg.
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