Knitting patterns from independent designers. Sheldon pattern by Ruth Homrighaus. Knit & purl. Free Knitting Patterns, Knitting Tips, How-To Knit, Videos, Hints and More! Knitted in the Round 12" Baby Doll - Part 1 - Knitting the Body. When Pixie opened her gift that held her new baby doll, pure joy filled her face.
(And THAT is why I stay up to 1:00 a.m. every night!) The second photo is when the gown went up and she noticed the belly button. No words... but a look for me that said, "Of course my Gammy would put a belly button on my dolly. " BTW... she named the dolly Malena... actually, Princess Malena! The dolly in the white sleeper was the one I made for the Little Lady... due on Saturday, and the one below it is the one I made for Pixie's birthday. Several months ago I featured a pattern for Basic Knit Dolls. The doll I'm sharing today is a variation of the 12" Basic Knit Doll, and it is knitted in the round, so there are no seams on the legs, arms, torso or head.
Click here to add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue. The 12" Doll's Body The Face and Hair Here is Part 1: Knitting the 12" Doll's Body Needles: Size 6 needles or needles that fit the gauge. Gauge: 22 stitches and 28 rows = 4" square in stockinette stitch. Octopus Mittens pattern by Emily Peters. Petite Purls - Summer 2011. Using CC1, cast on 6 sts, pm, join to knit in the round, being careful not to twist.
Rnd 1: Kfb 6 times: 12 sts. Rnds 2 and 3: Knit around. Rnd 4: (Kfb, k1) 6 times: 18 sts. Rnd 5: Knit around. Break yarn. Rnd 8 and all even rounds through Rnd 16: Knit around. Rnd 9: (Kfb, k3) 6 times: 30 sts. Rnd 47: (K2tog, k4) 6 times: 30 sts Rnd 48 and all remaining even numbered rounds: Knit around. Fins (make 2) Using CC1, cast on 20 sts, pm, join to knit in the round, being careful not to twist.
Periscope Bottom Using CC2, cast on 12 sts, pm, join to knit in the round, being careful not to twist. Periscope Top Using CC2, cast on 12 sts, pm, join to knit in the round, being careful not to twist. Free Butterfly Dish Or Face Cloth Knitting Pattern. Knitted Bunnies « Jo so and sew. This bunny is so simple as it is made from a knitted square – any size is fine.
(This one is in 8ply wool on 4mm needles and 28 stitches across.) With the same coloured wool (I have used contrasting wool here so you can see more clearly) and a very big running stitch – stitch across the middle of the square (fold in half if you want to be accurate.) Make sure you have a secure knot at the end as the thread will be pulled later. Knitted Bunny tutorial - Step 1 Then stitch up into one half of the square to make a triangular shape – as in the picture Knitted Bunny tutorial - Step 2 As you start to pull this thread you can see the head and ears of the bunny start to form. Knitted Bunny tutorial - Step 3 Before you pull it too tight – push in some stuffing (I have used pure wool here but you could use polyester) Knitted Bunny tutorial - Step 4 Pull the thread tight and make a couple of stitches through the hole to secure.
Knitted Bunny tutorial - Step 5. BLOG. Materials:Yarn of your choiceCrochet hook appropriate for yarn (worsted weight yarn = about a G or H)Large knitting needle (Sizes US 35 or 50 work best.
I will also use a 15 in this tutorial) Broomstick lace is made by clumping large loops of yarn together with crochet stitches. First, decide how many loops you want in each clump. (4 or 5 is a good number to start with.) My swatch will start with 4 clumps of 5 loops each on a US size 50 needle, so I will need 20 loops total. (You may choose to do your project with only one knitting needle size, but I chose to change mine around to demonstrate how it can be done.)
Second, get comfortable holding your needle & hook. Chain 19 (your number, minus 1) and pull the loop on your hook up and over your knitting needle. Insert your needle into the next chain stitch and pull another loop of yarn up and onto the knitting needle. When you reach the end of your chain, you should have 20 loops on the needle. Stitch Pattern Library. Entrelac Satchel Photos.