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Adrienne sloane. The Busy Mamas - Adventures in parenting, cooking, knitting, crochet and other stuff, Crafty Tails. Craftsy's "Homemade with Love" Tags, Available for Free! Category: All What it is: FREE printable "handmade with love" gift tag for sharing all your handcrafted wonders!

Craftsy's "Homemade with Love" Tags, Available for Free!

Gifting Made Easy: These adorable downloadable (and free!) Printable gift tags make sharing your homemade items a breeze. Use It For: You can use these pretty vintage gift tags for labeling any handcrafted item. Junkyarn. Never Not Knitting. Knitting Wool, Yarn, Patterns, Needles, Books & Buttons. Review: Curls by Hunter Hammersen. It’s not often that an entire book gets me.

Review: Curls by Hunter Hammersen

This one does. Not a clunker in the bunch. There’s so much to love about Curls: Versatile, Wearable Wraps to Knit at Any Gauge Overview Auto-pilot with flair – once you get going you’re repeating the same basic set of charts but the end result is stunningSmall cast ons - cast on counts range from 7 to 16 but most are in the 8-10 stitch range. Recommendations Yarn (Food) Scale – you need to get yourself a scale that weighs in grams. Final Thoughts I’m so jazzed about this book – the shape and the stitch patterns look like fun to knit and to wear. I’ll catch you on the purl side… Always up to something. Recently I knit a bunny hat for Sonya, and it came out so cute, and so soft and fluffy, and it fits so well, that I decided to share the pattern with you!

Always up to something

The hat is knit in the round from the brim to the crown/ears. To better mimic the natural shape of the baby’s head, the hat is worked asymmetrically, with much more fabric surrounding the face, and significant shaping at the back. The pattern is sized from newborn to 2 years old; each size uses less than 1 skein of DK-weight yarn. Read below for additional pattern details! The pattern is available for purchase through Ravelry, payment via PayPal (account not needed for either one). Knitting. How to become a Professional Knitter - Robin Hunter Designs: Topic Index. Reef sculptures. St. John's University - MySJU. News | Events | Webmail | Directory Enter your Username and Password Forgot password?

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Help FAQs Request Support. An Evening of Wonders. Challenging myself, one stitch at a time. Tess Designer Yarns - Hand Dyed Yarns and Fine Fibers. Knitting Like Crazy. Learn How to Knit Lace in Craftsy's - Lace Knitting: Basics and Beyond. Learn to knit any lace pattern.

Learn How to Knit Lace in Craftsy's - Lace Knitting: Basics and Beyond

Demystify lace knitting as you turn exclusive patterns into graceful, gorgeous accessories. Fall in love with lace alongside knitter extraordinaire Eunny Jang. Learn to breeze through charts, and discover the best cast-ons and bind-offs for lace. Starting with simple mesh fabric swatches, you'll progress to the alluring Arrow Scarflette and beyond. Along the way, discover valuable troubleshooting skills and develop the ability to read your own work and prevent mistakes before they happen. Lesson plan Lesson 1. Meet Eunny and see how complex lace stitches are related to simpler stitches. Lesson 2. Put together your own toolkit of stitches, from simple increases and decreases to cast-ons and bind-offs. Lesson 3. Create mesh fabric using right- and left-leaning decreases and then practice those techniques to knit the Arrow Scarflette.

Knitting and Netting Patterns - Beeton's Book of Needlework - Vintage Knitting Patterns, Vintage Netting Patterns. By Isabella Beeton 312.

Knitting and Netting Patterns - Beeton's Book of Needlework - Vintage Knitting Patterns, Vintage Netting Patterns

--Knitted Sock for a Child. Materials for 1 pair: 1 ounce of single Berlin wool; 1 yard of narrow pink or blue ribbon; 2 fine steel pins. This sock fits well, and is easy to make. It is knitted upon two pins, backwards and forwards. 313. Materials: Messrs. According to the size of the cotton employed, this beautiful square makes different articles, such as counterpanes, couvrettes, &c. Begin the square in the centre, cast on 8 stitches, 2 on each needle; join them into a circle, and knit plain the 1st round. 2nd round: * Knit 1, throw the cotton forward, knit 1; repeat 3 times more from *. 3rd round: Plain knitting. My Sister's Knitter. The Knitting Guild Association (TKGA) My Sister's Knitter. A knit and crochet community.