Patron petit oiseau. Bluebird_of_Happiness. Bunny beanie pattern. Bunny BeanieFits ages 3-6 months Level of difficulty: Intermediate Abbreviationssts = stitch(es)st st = stockinette stitchrev st st = reverse stockinette stitchk = knitp = purlrep = repeatin = inch(es)k2tog = knit 2 stitches togetherdec = decreaserem = remainingRS = right side of workWS = wrong side of work Materials1 - 100g ball of Reynolds Andean Alpaca Regal (off white or white), 1 - 25 g ball of Anny Blatt Angora Super (Loukoum).
US 8 double-pointed needles. Gauge16 sts and 22 rows to 4 inch square in stockinette stitch using US 8 needles. HatUsing Alpaca Regal, cast on 56 sts using picot cast-on as follows: *cast on 3 sts, cast off 1 st, slip stitch now on right needle back onto left needle (2 sts on left needle), repeat from * until there are 56 sts on left needle. Beg with a k row, work in st st until hat measures 4 in from cast on edge. Rabbit EarsCast on 12 stitches with the Alpaca Regal, then directly following, cast on 10 stitches with Angora. FinishingWeave in all ends. L'éléphant et les 3 petites souris à tricoter. Big Cuddly Bunny. My hometown has an agricultural fair every August that I rarely miss.
My brother watches the oxen pulls for hours and my mother lingers over the prize vegetables, but I always head straight for the rabbits! I totally love them: their blinky eyes, their fat bellies and their ridiculous ears. And so when it comes to Easter and its wonderful cast of characters, for me, the bunny wins. Our Big Cuddly Bunny gets its shape and inspiration from this winter's Big Snowy Owl.
With a couple of key modifications a wide-eyed owl turns into a floppy-eared rabbit, full of sweet, earnest personality. The Materials Main Yarn: 6 skeins of Blue Sky's Bulky, 50% Alpaca and 50% Wool. The Pattern. Little Black Owl. Here’s a little black owl to haunt your trees for Halloween.
Too bad he’s much cuter than scary! This project is a pretty easy one if you can knit in the round on double pointed needles and know how to do basic increases and decreases. The hardest part is the first couple rows that only have a few stitches. If you’ve made my duckling, grumpasaurus or minion you’ll have no problem with it. Owl Pattern Makes an owl that is 5″ tall (including the ears) and 4 1/2″ wide (not including the wingspan if you leave the wings free). Supplies 1 ball Chunky weight yarn. Gauge: 3 ½ stitches per inch knit in the round Gauge is not super important here, just keep in mind that is you have more stitches per inch you will have a smaller owl and if you have less stitches per inch you will have a bigger owl. Abbreviations k – knit kfb – knit front and back ssk – slip slip knit k2tog – knit 2 together Body You are knitting the body from the top down. Cast on 6 stitches. Cut off about a 12 inch tail. Seamus the Owl Knitting Pattern and Tutorial.
I am writing today from an incredibly icy Johannesburg.
Our temperatures have plummeted below 0 C and it’s been freezing cold here over the last few days. I must tell you, I cannot wait for Spring! Today I was inspired to knit up a little owl pattern, I have been thinking of him ever since I made Beans the Cat so here he is… I would like you to meet Seamus the Owl. He is quite similar to Beans the Cat, but I have changed the body by making him a little larger and adding a sweet little moss stitch to the front of his body to try and give him a slightly speckled / feathered chest. Materials: 4mm circular needles I used hand spun for Seamus but DK wool would be perfect Sewing up needle Black fleece and a felting needle to needle felt his eyes and beak Fleece for stuffing. Petite Purls - Winter 2009. 6.5 inches tall when standing, 5 inches long, front to back Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Astrakhan [60% wool, 30% microfiber, 10% cashmere; 77 yards/70 meters per 1.75 ounce/50 gram ball; #3 Off-White; 1 ball Blue Sky Organic Cotton [100% organic cotton; 150 yards/137 meters per 3.5 ounce/100 gram skein]; #81 Sand; 1 skein Recommended needle sizes US #4/3.5 mm double pointed needles (set of 4) or size needed to obtain gauge Yarn needle Scissors Measuring tape or ruler Stitch marker Black embroidery floss Polyester fiberfill, 1 small bag Poly pellets (optional), 32-ounce bag 1 drinking straw 6 sts = 1 inch in St st for the body Body is worked first, beginning at the back and working toward the front.
With Off-White and two double-pointed needles used as straight needles, cast on 4 sts. Decrease Rows Row 1: Ssk, knit across to last 2 sts, k2tog: 10 sts. Body Continue on from the back end. Decrease Rnds Rnd 1: * K7, k2tog; repeat from * around: 16 sts per needle, 48 sts total. Tail. Free Animal Knitting Pattern Link Directory.