Toy Story - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns. NOTE: Knit these balls in a single colour, or create stripes by changing colour every two rows Using 4mm needles, cast on 15 sts ?
Work 60 rows in gt st (k every row) ? Cast off To make up Mark the centre point of the top edge of the finished rectangle with a safety-pin. Fold it in half lengthways and sew the side and bottom edges together to form a little bag. SEGMENT ONE NOTE: this is worked in garter stitch Using 4mm needles and yarn A, cast on 24 sts ? SEGMENT TWO NOTE: this is worked in stocking stitch Change to yarn B ? SEGMENT THREE NOTE: this is worked in garter stitch Change to yarn C ? SEGMENT FOUR NOTE: this is worked in Basketweave stitch Change to yarn E ?
SEGMENT FIVE NOTE: this is worked in garter stitch Change to yarn F ? SEGMENT SIX NOTE: this is worked in moss stitch Change to yarn G ? SEGMENT SEVEN NOTE: this is worked in garter stitch Change to yarn H ? SEGMENT EIGHT NOTE: this is worked in rib Change to yarn I ? Antennae – make two Front and Back (alike) Vivian - Free Knitting Patterns - Bag Patterns. NOTE: pattern is composed of 16 sts of cable with a smaller number of sts between the cables after each dec row With yarn A, cast on 94 sts ?
Row 1: p8, C4F, p4, C4F, * p10, C4F, p4, C4F, rep from * to last eight sts, p8 ? Row 2: k8, p4, k4, p4, * k10, p4, k4, p4, rep from * to last eight sts, k8 ? Hanging Hearts for the Home - Free Knitting Patterns - Jason the Parrot - Free Knitting Patterns - Kids Patterns. Ossie Owl - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns. Mindy and Freddie - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns. Peter Pup - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns. Marvin Moose - Free Knitting Patterns - Homewares Patterns. Bobble Sheep Pillow. I guess it isn't surprising that a knitter has an affinity for sheep.
Obviously, some sort of kinship must exist with the animal whose wool provides daily enjoyment (and employment!). So as predictable as it may be, I will say it anyway... I love sheep. They are a funny creature with a neurotic voice and a body perfect for graphic adaptation. I love their bulbous bellies and knobbly knees, their googly eyes and pointy ears. A dear friend pointed out that it may be a bit snake-eating-its-own-tail, but anyway, I had to make one... With the softest, loftiest, creamiest yarn I could find and the most dramatic, nobbiest texture I could create, I knit up this squishable, squeezable, nursery-rhyme version of every knitter's best pal. Incredibly soft to the touch, Purl Soho's Super Soft Merino could not have been more appropriate for this project, right down to its color name, Heirloom White.
The Materials All the yarn you'll need to make your own Bobble Sheep is in one place! The Pattern Gauge. Knit Hedgehogs. The first hedgehog I ever met was Mrs.
Tiggy-Winkle, Beatrix Potter's kindly washerwoman of the Lake District. From her tiny country cottage to her "little black nose [that] went sniffle, sniffle, snuffle, and her eyes [that] went twinkle, twinkle", she was everything I thought charming and good as a child. Since then I have always felt a love and affinity for hedgehogs.
But not until I sat down to write this story did I actually realize that Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle was not only the first hedgehog I ever met, she is the only hedgehog I've ever met. You see, I've always vaguely imagined that hedgehogs were all around me, hiding in burrows and hollow logs and hedgehog-sized cottages, but a quick look into the matter has thoroughly disavowed me of my silly assumptions. This newfound knowledge only makes my trio of Knit Hedgehogs more germane, because now they're not just cute and adorable, but they also offer a very practical way to hang out with hedgehogs if you happen to live in the Americas!