Petite Pieuvre Sensation Cocon - BIENVENUE. Jean Greenhowe Designs Official Website - Jean Greenhowe free knitting patterns, knitted dolls, toys. From our postbag we know that innumerable kind-hearted people knit my dolls and toys to raise much needed funds for charity and other worthwhile causes.
With this charity aspect in mind I have designed The Rainbow Babies as the first new and exclusive free pattern on our website. Ideal as fund-raisers, these sweet Babies are quick to knit and each one only requires 25 grams [less than 1 ounce] of yarn and the same amount of stuffing. The doll measures just 17cm [6¾ in] high without the cap. The feet, legs, body and head are knitted in one piece and the ‘babygrow’ garment is part of the doll. The only separately knitted pieces are the arms, cap and scarf. You can make pink or brown Babies, but be sure to choose lovely bright colours for the rest of the design, in keeping with the rainbow theme. Covered button tutorial – Kate Davies Designs. Bear’s Rainbow Blanket. Like many parents, I soon discovered after having a baby that I’d never actually been busy before.
Basic things like taking showers and returning phone calls suddenly seemed overrated. But for me, one thing that has never been dispensable is crafting things for my son, Bear. I’m not saying that I sit around for hours, dreamily stitching away. No, it’s more like a stolen moment here and a quick minute there; a few squares at jury duty, a couple more in a waiting room, and two years later a blanket is born! As drawn out as the process was, making Bear’s Rainbow Blanket was always an exhilarating ride. How to Seam: Set-in Sleeve. Video Tutorial: Increases and Decreases in Closed-loop Cable Knitting. Knitting Pattern Square No. 44, Volume 34. Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version Multiple of 6 plus 4 sts With size 9 needles, cast on 40 sts.
Row 1-wrong side-P. Row 2-K 4; * k next 2 sts wrapping yarn twice around needle, k 4; repeat from * to end. Row 3-P 4; * with yarn at front, sl next 2 sts as to p, dropping the extra wraps, p 4; repeat from * to end. Lattice with Seed Stitch. Oddball Sampler Afghan Square #9: Twining Trees. Knitting Pattern Square No. 14, Volume 34. Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version Multiple of 12 plus 5 sts NOTE: Always sl as to k unless otherwise specified.
With size 8 needles, cast on 41 sts. Knitting Pattern Square No. 52, Volume 34. Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version Multiple of 10 plus 2 sts With size 8 needles cast on 42 sts.
P 1 row. Knitting Pattern Square No. 23, Volume 34. Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version NOTE: Inc. as to k unless otherwise specified.
Les explications du modèle - Plaid Boucle d'Or. Le modèle de ces plaids est un modèle personnel.
Il y a 3 tailles : poupée (43cmx53 cm), bébé (63cmx78cm), adulte (123cmx153cm)Pour chacune des tailles l'échantillon de la laine est le même : 20 mailles en jersey pour 10cm de largeur. Le mouton comtois - un peu de tricot, de bricolage, de broderie, de couture ... What To Knit When You're Expecting: Autumn Leaves. In April, I made a sweater for my friend Rebecca's newborn baby.
I gave it to her on the condition that she would give me a photograph of Baby Ella in said sweater, but motherhood got away from her, and Ella has now outgrown the sweater. Sadness. So the photos are babyless, but I think that now that the leaves are changing and apple pies are baking, it's finally time to post this pattern. I came across a mysterious tweedy wool with all the colors of Fall, and loved it. Owl Cushion Knitting Pattern #239. Colorblock Bias Blanket. Whenever I am faced with a pile of undeniably beautiful yarn, I turn to an old-friend-of-a-project, the Colorblock Bias Blanket.
It is a project that never grows old; it soothes your knitting soul when you’re stumped by a contiguous sleeve or bogged down by too many bobbles; it inspires combinations of color and texture that never before seemed possible; and like all of my most treasured things, this pattern was handed down to me by my dear Aunt Julie. Julie’s wild sense of color and unique personal style constantly inspire me to freely experiment with textures and values and tones. Le jacquard (1ère version) Find your Yarn Bowl here – BlueRoomPottery... plus (+) Lapin & oiseau: just incase clara. So, to say that I am a little obsessed with the Clara pattern may be an understatement.
I decided that just incase the babe in my belly is indeed a girl I should make one more, just in case. I chose cream for this Clara to compliment the older girls' colours. Cream matches everything, right? How to Knit. L'hitofude - un oiseau dans son nid. Voici mon dernier post avant une petite pause estivale.
Un gilet que j'aime beaucoup. Tout en dentelle, et en lin. J'ai cherché pour trouver le modèle que j'imaginais pour cet été, et les copines de tricot m'ont beaucoup aidée. IL faut croire que je n'étais pas la seule à rêver sur ce modèle, puisque l'on a organisé un kal pendant ces 3 mois où les hotofudes et quelques autres modèles en dentelle pour l'été fleurissent.