Honeycombs Summer Easy Scarf Knitting Pattern. Knitty.com. Note "Slip 1" [used while making the heel flap] on WS rows, hold yarn to front and slip as if to purl on RS rows, hold yarn to back and slip as if to knit.
How to Log Cabin: Things Get Interesting. Hello log cabin fans and friends!
Knitting and so on: Rainbow Pearls Cowl. I was searching through my stash in order to find something for a new brioche scarf when I found this one beautiful 50 gram skein of Schulana Colorelli - a variegated yarn in a wonderful rainbow palette.
I had bought it a few years ago with a view of knitting a pair of fingerless gloves for a friend (who wears bolder colors than I do), but somehow I never got round to knitting them and so the yarn was slumbering peacefully in one of my yarn boxes. The Rainbow Pearls Cowl is knitted in the round from bottom to top and all in seed stitch. It is comfortably wide around the lower edge and narrows towards the top. It's an easy knitting project that is suitable for beginners. Since it is knitted with needles that are rather big for the yarn weight it has a very soft texture.
As to the name, Perlmuster ("pearl pattern" or "pearl stitch") is the german name for seed stitch. 10Save Materials. ISSUEdf17 ** Lesula : Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2017. Cuff With MC and your favorite stretchy method, CO 64[72, 80] stitches].
Distribute stitches across needles as you prefer and join for working in the round. Cuff Round: [K1, p2, k1] 16[18, 20] times. Repeat the Cuff Round as set for 1 inch/2.5cm (approximately 12 rounds). Leg Leg Round: Work Chart A; work Chart B beginning at column 9[11, 1] ; work Chart B beginning at column 1 4[5, 5] times more; work 5[3, 1] columns of Chart B beginning at column 1. Continue working pattern as set until desired length of leg is reached. Heel Flap Heel Set Up: Work 19[21, 23] sts in pattern as set. The heel flap is knit back and forth on a total of 31[35, 39] stitches.
Repeat these 2 rows 15[17, 19] times more for a total of 32[36, 40] rows in the heel flap. Longitudinal : Knitty First Fall 2012. Cast on 18[22, 27, 36, 38, 46, 49, 51, 55, 55, 56] stitches on each end of the circular needle for the foot using Judy’s Magic Cast-on.
Place a marker after the last cast-on stitch on the bottom needle – this will be used to place the heel – and then cast on 13[18, 25, 31, 38, 38, 42, 41, 44, 42, 49] more stitches onto each needle for the leg. 62[80, 104, 134, 152, 168, 182, 184, 198, 194, 210] sts total – 31[40, 52, 67, 76, 84, 91, 92, 99, 97, 105] on each needle. The bottom needle – the needle with the marker – is the sole needle, and the marker indicated where the heel will be worked. A row of knitting goes down the front of the leg, over the top of the foot, over the toes across the sole, the heel and then up the back of the leg.
The toe-cap is worked at the break between the two needles, and the heel is worked on the point with the stitch marker, on the bottom needle. See photo above. Down Cloverlaine: Little Porker. Thank you for waiting so patiently for me to get my act together and to finally post another animal from Ruthie's Farm.
This time it's the pig. I had a hard time coming up with a name for this one. All of my great ideas were already taken. Knice Knitties: Here There May Be Dragons! Truth be told, I have never watched an episode of Game of Thrones, but both of my adult sons love it.
I am more of a King Arthur fan with my favorite book of all time is Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I usually read it about every other year just to return to that fantasy land. So this is the hat that I made for my son. I am working on the another for the other one. No matter what, I love dragons and the mythology around them. One feature of this hat that is special is I knitted a fairly large lining before starting on the front of the hat.
First, it makes the hat especially warm over the ears because it is double thickness. Knitting and so on: Alignment Socks. Have you ever bought a few beautiful mini-skeins at a yarn festival ... and afterwards kept them for quite a while because you didn't actually know what to do with them because there was not enough yarn for a complete project, but they were too beautiful to use up for a scrap project?
Well, in 2015 I bought 5 lovely little skeins dyed by Frau Wo aus Po at Wollefestival in Cologne. Each skein weighed about 25 grams - not enough for a pair of fingerless gloves or let alone socks. Then - while participating in a sock knitting KAL - I learned how to do intarsia in the round (see this blogpost to see my first intarsia sock) and I knew that this was a way to incorporate one of these mini-skeins into bigger project without resorting to stripes.
The Alignment Socks are knitted toe-up with a short row heel. The stocking-knitter's manual : a handy book for the work-table : Cupples, Mrs Geo. Made in USA mittens (Ethnic Knitting Adventures): Knitty Winter bis 2011. Made in the USA For those of us who live in the Western hemisphere, sumptuous fibers spun into luxurious yarns in faraway places touch our imaginations the way "Made in the USA" never can.
Traveling in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America sounds sexy and exciting. Knitting and so on: U-Turn Slippers. I'm back to knitting slippers again.
As usual, I tend to prefer constructions that are a bit out of the ordinary (such as the Undecided Slippers I published last year). These Slippers are knitted in a U-Turn shape around the tip of your foot. They are constructed in one piece, i.e. there are only two ends to weave in per slipper. The pattern comes out best when using variegated yarn, e.g. colorful sock yarn. This work by Knitting and so on is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Harry Hedgehog - Hedgehog Knitting Pattern - Knitted Toy Box. Hey all I’m back with another pattern. Patterns — Life Is Cozy. Do this once more: p2tog, leaving 1st on the left needle (l.n.); p1. R3 (RS) as R1: sl1wyib, (k2tog tbl, leaving 1st on l.n.) twice, k1tblR4 (WS) as R2: sl1wyif, (p2tog, leaving 1st on l.n.) twice, p1R5 (RS) as R3R6 (WS) as R4. Tejiendo Tricot.
Knitting and so on: Ramble Mitts. After finishing the Inbetween Mitts I like the long ribbing so much, that I wanted to have another pair of "long" fingerless gloves. These can be worn with the upper ribbing folded down to allow more freedom of movement for the hands or folded up to keep a bit warmer. These mitts are quite easy to knit - they are knit stitch only plus some basic increases and decreases; and they are knitted all in one piece - therefore, there are only two ends to weave in per mitt. The pattern is written in a way that it can be adapted to different hand sizes and yarn weights. KALs. Knitting and so on: Bat Mitts. These were designed and knitted for a friend of my Mum's who had seen her black fingerless gloves and asked whether she could have a pair of black ones herself.
As usual, I thought it would be boring to knit the same ones again and wanted to do something different. Furthermore I had long thought about doing something on the lines of the Circle Mitts but with a lacy pattern. However, it wasn't quite as easy as I had hoped. It took me about four attempts of knitting and frogging to get this right ... but I quite like the end result. I even knitted a second pair in a lighter color a) to keep to for myself and b) to be able to get better pictures, because black yarn is difficult to capture on photo :) In the end the lace pattern reminded me of the fingers of bat's wings - hence the name. This work by Knitting and so on is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Materials Techniques and Abbreviations General Construction Instructions. Free Patterns: "His scarf" the cashmere one! "His (Birthday) scarf" Finished size: about 7" wide and 54" long (after lightly blocking) Yarn: Artyarns Cashmere5, 100% 5-stranded cashmere, 3 balls 50 gr each or 306 yds. color#247 (light grey) Needles: 4mm needles or US # 6 Gauge: 6 sts/inch and 7 rows/inch (for scarf not that important)
Free Knitting Pattern For A Puppy Sweater — handylittleme. 17 cutest sheep patterns that every knitter should try at least once. A Stroll in the Park :MrsLuedeke.com. Minikins — Woolly Wormhead. Whilst recently lurgied, I kept my fingers happy knitting little Hats. The brain wasn't feeling sufficiently cooperative to design a Hat yet the need to knit was ever present, and these little cuties fitted the bill.
Seed/Moss Stitch Knitted Hat Pattern — Lady By The Bay. Hooded Scarf Free Knitting Pattern (hoodie scarf) - Crafty Tuts. Tricot-Mouton, Acceuil, Laine, patrons et accessoires pour le tricot. Garter Stitch Witch: The Loving Hat - Free Pattern. Cozy Ribbed Scarf Pattern — Lady By The Bay. Knitting and so on: Patchwork Cowl. As the days get colder and greyer, knit yourself this lovely and colourful cowl. Knotted coasters & trivets. ISSUEdf16 ** Candied Violets : Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2016. Hilda mittens – FREE PATTERN. Playground Shawl - Lete's Knits.
How To Build A Log Cabin. Knit winter hat with cables. For knitting & crocheting. Garter Ridged Baskets. HOW TO KNIT THE EASIEST SOCK IN THE WORLD. Stonecrop Top in NINA. Candydots : Knitty.com - First Fall 2016. Online Knitting Library: Download Books And Journals From 1849 To 2012. Knitting and so on: Papagena Scarf. ARABELLA SHAWL. How to Knit.
Taiao Hat by Francoise Danoy - knotions. Knitting Reference Library : Free Texts : Download & Streaming. Knitted Dogwood Blossoms. Gocce shawl : Knitty.com - Spring+Summer 2016. 10 Quick & Cozy Chunky Knit Blanket Patterns on Craftsy.