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Crocheting. Knitting. Eclectic Chica. Large Royal Earrings - Free Crochet Pattern. I have really enjoyed designing these motifs and creating earrings out of them. They look fantastic and I'm sure you could make them a variety of colors and have some amazing looking earrings! *Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase an item through one of the links on this site, I may receive a small percentage of that sale. See my full disclosure policy.
Materials: Size 7 crochet hook (I use this set) Crochet Thread size 10 (I used Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread, Size 10, in White)Sewing needle Gauge: Works out to be about 3 inches wide using the materials listed. Pattern: Begin with sliding loopRnd 1: Ch 4 (counts as dc and ch-1), *dc in loop, ch 1; repeat from * ten more times.
S4S- Fun Stuff! Today, I feel so lucky to have some visitors-- some well known ones! Kirstin and Jordan from kojodesigns! Yay! And Kirstin just had the cutest baby girl. . . How does she do it all? Thank you for squeezing this little ole blog in your busy schedule! Hello friends! To make one for an extra special teacher (or student) in your life, you'll need: -a 13"x19" rectangle of fabric -a cloth napkin (well, just part of a cloth napkin, really); the finished edges make it an ideal candidate for the large pocket -a fabric pen -a 9"x12" piece of felt or wool felt (for the mini pocket) -a yard of thin ribbon -14" of thick grosgrain ribbon -school supplies to fill the caddy up 1. 2. 3.
Have a great day! SUNFLOWER DESIGNS. Operation Marigold: A Hat for a Cause (with Pattern & Tutorial) Welcome to Operation Marigold, in which Snowcatcher and I are joining forces to honour our friend the Goatmother, and with her all who are battling cancer. You are welcome to do whatever you like with the hats you make from this free pattern, but please consider making one (or more) hats for donating to charity. If you'd like to be part of Operation Marigold, here is some helpful information from Snowcatcher: "Hats for chemo patients should be soft, cover the entire head and be washable. Keep in mind some cancer patients are unable to tolerate wool or animal fibers. Color schemes should be upbeat but also fashionable and suitable for everyday wear. Below is a list of charities that accept hats, but you also may contact hospitals or cancer/oncology centers in the area where you live to see if they accept donations.
Caps for a CureChemo CapsChuck's Hats for ChemoHalos of HopeHat Box FoundationHats Off for CancerHead HuggersKnits of HopeKnots of Love How Did the Yarn Behave? Crown: Introducing the Love Bumps Beanie! The Love Bumps Beanie is here! Thank you Gaynell for the name. This comfy textured hat uses a gathered stitch to create the 'bumps'. The pattern itself is very simple. It might take a few tries to master the gathering stitch, but it's well worth the effort. I tried to explain it clearly........I hope I did!
To work the gathered stitch, you hold your working yarn as if to knit, then bring your right hand needle through the 3 strands on the wrong side of the piece that were created when you slipped stitches. You then knit the next stitch on your left hand needle as usual. I knit this hat using Elsebeth Lavold's Calm Wool, which is a lovely yarn that knits up nicely, but any worsted weight yarn would do. The pattern is free, although I do ask that if you have a moment, you stop by our Facebook page and like us. The pattern may also be found on Scribd.com as a PDF . Here is the pattern! Abbreviations: Sl3 = slip 3 stitches, one at a time, as if to knit K2tog = knit 2 stitches together as one. Enough Love to go around. Enough Love to Go AroundUS terminologyDK (8ply) hook F/3.75mm – gives an 8inch square (this is what would give me a 12” square in Worsted Weight)This square requires blocking upon finishing to get proper shaping for corners.All stitches are into a stitch unless indicated they are in a chain space.
The beginning chain three of each row can be replaced by a CHAINLESS DOUBLE CROCHET*To perform a chainless double crochet please 1. Start with a magic loopCh3 (=DC), Ch1, DC, Ch1 , [DC, Ch1, DC, Ch1]*3 Join last chain to 1st DC 2. Slip stitch to first chain space.Into chain space Ch3 (=DC), DC, Ch1, 2DC, Ch1, 2DC, Ch1 skip next chain + double crochet and crochet [2DC, Ch1, 2DC, Ch1, 2DC, Ch1] into following chain space, repeat [ ] 2 more times. (= 4 clusters) Join last chain to first DC 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. ** this point makes an 8 inch square with DK, to make a larger square in DK extra rows need to be added at this point.
Frankenanya's Blog. Webflake Monday. You knew this was coming, right? The webflake works up very quickly and is one of the easiest flakes I've ever made, although my first attempt was a total bomb. I came up with the idea for the spider during a gorgeous fall bicycle ride through a grove of red and orange trees. And the amigurumi idea worked right on my first attempt! You may do whatever you'd like with webflakes you make from this pattern, but you may not sell the pattern. Thanks, and enjoy! Oops. Finished Size: 6.5 inches from point to pointMaterials: Size 10 crochet thread, size 8 crochet hook, tiny amount of fiber fill for spider body, approximately 1-inch round container or object to form spider legs (permanent marker, lipstick case, battery, center tube from Cebelia thread, etc.), seed beads for spider eyes, empty pizza box, wax paper or plastic wrap, cellophane tape, glue, water, small container for glue/water mixture, paintbrush, stick pins that won't be used later for sewing, clear thread or fishing line Spider.
Blue Alvarez - DIY. S Deutscher Blog. Free Shawl Knitting Cheat Sheet – Laylock Knitwear Design. Chinese Waves Pouch | moogly. This week brings a quick knit pattern, with simple crochet edging! The Chinese Waves Pouch is super simple, and a great “purse project” – small enough to keep in your bag for those quiet waiting room moments… and great for keeping your purse or bag organized when it’s all done! The thick fabric keeps even delicate items safe and secure.
I made this one back in 2009 – luckily I wrote down the pattern! It’s stood the test of time and still looks like new! Straight Needles: US 5 – 3.75 mm Hook: US F/5 – 3.75mm Peaches & Creme Ombres (shown), or other worsted weight yarn Button Cast on 29 sts, using method of your choice. Row 1: Knit across to end. Repeat rows 1-4 until the piece measures about 7.5 inches. Fold one end of the knitting up to create a pouch approximately 3 inches deep. Flipping the pouch over, work a sc border along the flap edges, until you get to the top center. Easy peasy, right? Jackie E-S Design Collections published by HeartStrings FiberArts. Sign up for free Want to help me with some of the costs of providing free educational resources and newsletters? Your thank you donation, small or large, is very much appreciated. "Your patterns are just fabulous ... unique and yet based on tradition. " - Jennifer C. "I just love the simplicity of your patterns and the complexity of their appearance.
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Felted Thanksgiving Oven Mitt. The thought of Thanksgiving puts me right into the heat of my mother’s kitchen. We chop and stir and baste for days, scrupulously following stuffing recipes many pages long, peeling endless sweet potatoes like we’re in the galley of an aircraft carrier, praying that some relative will notice the difference between a parsnip and a turnip and the fact that we’ve pureed both. Of course all the toil is an act of love, and while the meal is important, the preparations are the true heart of the holiday. So this Thanksgiving, I’m adding to the pleasure with the sumptuous goodness of hand knit Felted Oven Mitts. Now I’m looking forward to every basting! The Materials The Pattern Gauge 12 1/2 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette (before felting) Finished Size 14 inches in circumference and 13 inches from cuff to top (after felting) Color Notes For the gray mitt my colors were: Main Color – Mist Color A – Pumpkin Color B – Cameo Color C – Natural And for the cream mitt I used: Cuff Round 1: Purl.
Round 2: Knit. Annie's Attic - Shop Our Store. Free Craft Patterns | Knitting & Crochet | Red Heart Yarn | Purple Kitty. Bandana Cowl. Working at Purl Soho, I have a front row seat to the parade of effortlessly chic people that give our neighborhood its renowned style. From here I can report that, for men and women alike, this season's prevailing trend in neckwear is the bandana.
Jauntily tied around the neck, it tops off everything from Sunday's T-shirt and jeans to Friday's night-on-the-town dress! The bandana is a sassy, casual touch that suggests that the wearer possesses an innate stylishness. It's the perfect accessory for those cool mornings when you've hit snooze a few too many times and need to turn "thrown-together-in-a-rush" into "casually glamourous"! My Bandana Cowl is inspired by my desire to make "effortlessly chic" even more effortless. I chose to make my Cowl out of Swan's Island Bulky, a brand new yarn made from a beautiful blend of undyed merino and alpaca that feels wonderfully soft against the skin. The Materials 2 skeins of Jade Sapphire's 8 Ply Cashmere, 100% Mongolian Cashmere. The Pattern Gauge.
Shawl Collar Cowl. A few days ago a friend of mine sent me a picture of some wool socks with an accompanying message, "Today is the greatest day. " Now, these socks weren't a gift from me or made by me; they weren't even handmade at all. But I knew exactly why he was so excited. I knew, because it's how I feel about neckwear: Fall is here! I get to wear wool again! While Brian is happily slipping his feet into thick cozy socks, I am joyfully layering up with my new Shawl Collar Cowl. The Shawl Collar Cowl shamelessly conjures the classic 'New England professor', if there is such a thing. It may not be quite cold enough here in New York for wool socks, but it certainly is for some knit neckwear. The Materials For the cowl’s exterior: 2 skeins of Blue Sky’s Techno, 68% baby alpaca, 10% extra fine merino and 22% silk. The Pattern The Gauge 16 stitches = 4 inches in rib pattern on larger needle 15 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on smaller needle Finished Size Pattern Notes Begin the Exterior Rib Cut yarn.
Victorian Enchantment Shawl. Victorian Enchantment Shawl Free Lace Shawl Knitting Pattern The shawl is worked from the center out with a knitted-on border. It is worked with 2 strands of yarn: lace weight wool and lace weight mohair. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 72" (182 cm) square. Materials: Knit Picks Shadow Tonal 100% merino wool lace weight yarn 440 yards (402 meters) / 50 gr, color Gypsy Shadow - 5 skeinsGGH Kid Melange lace weight mohair yarn (65% Mohair, 30% Nylon, 5% Wool) 273 yards (250 meters) / 25 gr, color red - 8 balls Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm) circular and double-pointed needles and US 4 (3.5 mm) double-pointed needles.Hook: D (3.25 mm) Gauge: Pattern repeat 16 st = 4" (10 cm) blocked Border pattern repeat = 6" (15 cm) blocked Pattern The square shawl is worked from the center to the outer edge in rounds, with the increases at 4 corners.
Use Emily Ocker's Circular Beginning (see instructions with pictures at scroll down) Make a circle of yarn. Border. Twisted Willow Bracelet - pattern. One day I played with different yarn leftovers and got the bracelet :))) Short instruction is provided below. Однажды я "игралась" с разными остатками пряжи и получился браслет :)) Просто так. Инструкции на русском ниже. Если у вас есть вопросы или вы нашли неточности/ошибки пожалуйста сообщите мне. Страница дизайна на Ravelry Twisted Willow BraceletSize: S [M, L] (shown in size S (green) and L (periwinkle)). Easily adjustable.Finished measurements:Length: 6[7, 8] in / 15.2 [17.8, 20.3] cmWidth: - fingering/DK version: 2 in / 5 cm (shown in green) - worsted version: 2.5 in / 6.5 cm (shown in periwinkle)Materials: Yarn leftovers: - about 23 yds/20 m of fingering/DK yarn (200-150 yds in 50 gr) - about 40 yds /35 m of worsted yarn (120-100 yds in 50 gr ) Needles: - US 0/2.0 mm for fingering/DK version - US 1½/2.5 mm for worsted version 1 button as desired.
Instruction: CO 8 sts. BO all sts knitwise. Иструкция: Набрать 8 петель. Ocean Waves Quilts: Potato Chip Scarf.......... I think this is called "The potato Chip scarf" because you can't make just one! I haven't had any time for sewing, but some mindless knitting was done while riding in the car. This is a super easy pattern that can be done easily while watching tv. Potato Chip Scarf You need 200 yds. of a worsted weight yarn. size 9,10, or 11 needles. Cast on 20 stitches Row 1.knit 8, turn, knit back to beginning. Row 2.knit 6, turn, knit back to beginning Row 3. Knit across all 20 st. Repeat these rows until desired length is reached. This scarf can look so different depending what yarn you use. How to make a recycled pocket wall organizer. Free Crochet Patterns, Free Knitting Patterns, Video Tutorials and Giveaways from StitchAndUnwind.com. Free Crochet Patterns, Free Knitting Patterns, Video Tutorials and Giveaways from StitchAndUnwind.com.
When I came across this on the site for the first time my eyes just lit up. Not only are the colors beautiful, but put up against a white curtain really makes the colors pop. Now you can make your very own Floral Curtain Tie Backs for your living room or even bedroom. You truly can redecorate a room just by adding a small detail. I personally think color adds a lot of design and passion to a room. Choose your favorite colors or just pick ones that you know will accent the room. You can also get really creative with this design and use it as a patio decoration. If you like this design just as much as I do then be sure you take a look at the other home decorating patterns we have to offer. Share and Enjoy. Alan Dart. Tichiro - knits and cats. VO Knits by Veronica O'Neil. Tin Can Knits - Knit Design by Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel.
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