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is a scarf that happened by happy accident. It's a two-row pattern that you can use for any yarn, any gauge, to make a nice scarf.
You can make 2 hats from one ball. Cast on 50 sts. Work 4 rows of k2,p2 ribbing ( Row1 to Row4 ) Row5 : k6, (p2,k2) to within 6 sts of end, k6. Row6 : p6, (k2,p2) to within 6 sts of end, p6.
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Pattern Notes: Size 6 (4.0mm) needles Worsted weight yarn Height (including horns): 9 in/23 cm Width (including arms): 7 in/18 cm The gauge on my finished monster is 5 st/inch across, and 7 st/inch high, although since it’s a toy, I imagine the gauge is not as important as if it were clothes.
Today I have some great knitting instructions for adorable amigurumi projects. The literal translation of amigurumi from Japanese is "knitted stuffed toy." It's basically the Japanese art of knitting small animals and other inanimate objects with animate features (i.e. a tomato with a face). The goal is cuteness, and if you love things in miniature, you'll love knitting amigurumi. Here are knitting instructions for five adorable amigurumi projects.
if you're like me and like small projects for instant gratification, you should make these gloves. they're infinitely adaptable. i made them today riding with my dad to get his new freightliner work truck. (boy is it sexy, if you like that sort of thing.) took me an hour. they're comfortable, and i feel like a very hygenic hobo. 14sts= 4" on size 7 Am. needles. row gauge not important. 1.5 oz Sugar 'n Cream kitchen cotton. size Sm (M, L) make two. CO 23(27, 31) sts. work even for 5" in stockinette stitch, minimum. BO.
This is a comprehensive glossary of common knitting abbreviations that you are likely to find in a pattern. Wherever it's relevant, I've included links to videos which cover the technique. inch(es)
Free Zero Dog Toy Knitting Pattern by Raynor Gellatly. Here is a little free pattern I've created for any knitting fan of Tim Burtons cult film 'The Nightmare Before Christmas', it's Zero the ghostly dog Jack Skellingtons faithful little pooch. Materials *DK/worsted weight/4ply yarn, 1 ball white & small amount of black, orange and red for detail. *3.25mm needles (UK size 10, US size 3) *Toy stuffing *Yarn needle Suggested yarn : Bernat Glow in the dark worm white (available here ) Yarn weight and needle size are open to your own interpretation, basically increase/decrease the sizes for a bigger or smaller Zero.