Knit & purl. Tricksy Knitter - Knitting Patterns (plus tips and tricks to help you knit) Sheldon pattern by Ruth Homrighaus. Patterns. VO Knits by Veronica O'Neil. Flowers on a Vine Knit Scarf. Interlock Bindoff. After the publication of Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bindoff, I began a quest to find a bindoff that would stretch out just as far as JSSBO, snap back in just as well, and also be invisible (or close to it).
The bindoff you see to the right is where that quest led me. Interlock can be worked plain or in pattern, and results in a visually subtle edge that is highly elastic and does not look scalloped when unstretched. When worked in rib, it sits atop the last row and blends nicely into the fabric, following the bends of the ribbing. When worked plain over stockinette, it is the exact match for the Twisted (a.k.a. Backwards) Loop Cast On. THE CONCEPT Let’s say you’re working stockinette stitch, and you pull out your knitting needle from a row of live stitches. Now, if each stitch were interlocked with its neighboring stitches, it would look like something like this: This is the end result of the Interlock Bindoff worked plain (see Part 1 below). A common thread blog: rag bath mat tutorial.
I’ll start my first post back with a finished project/tutorial!
A few weeks ago, my boyfriend and i were planning to throw out this huge king size comforter. it was just so much fabric though, that i couldn’t bear to part with it. so it sat beside the doorway for about a week, before it came to me. rag bath mat. so, i bought the gigantic knitting needles - size 19! Ripped the comforter, made yarn from the fabric strips, and knit it up into a mat for my bathroom floor! Before  After i followed the tutorial by cocoknits, but here’s what i did.i started by cutting little slits at every 1.5” increment.
Free Scarf Knitting Patterns". Braiding adds another dimension to an otherwise very simple pattern.
Choose a soft yarn -- it will follow the curves of the braid better than a stiffer one. Size Width: 4" (10cm) Knit and Crochet 1. Patterns - free patterns - cocoknits by julie weisenberger. The ‘How Many…?’ Knitting Tool. Owlie Sleep Sack. Every new little one needs to cuddle up and be warm.
Everyone knows a happy baby is made by snuggling and swaddling in some comfy single ply merino. Below is a pattern for a sleep sack with owlies on the top. Simple enough really. This is one size. THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE SLEPT IN. The matching hat can also be found on this blog. DETAILS Gauge 5 spi Yarn: Malabrigo Worsted Size 7 needles 16" circs and DPNs (or needed for gauge) ABBREVIATIONSc4f is when you will place the first two stitches onto a cable needle and hold them to the front, knit the next two then knit the two from the cable needle. c4b the same thing except hold the cable to the back. Knit Simple Magazine. Owl mittens knitting pattern FREE - Providence knitting. 'Give a Hoot' has become the slogan of global conservationists and this owl mitten pattern by Kelbourne Woolens design by Jocelyn Tunney is a quick and easy answer to environmentally conscious knitting for loved ones on your gift list.
Knit on size US8, 5mm needles, the owl mittens require 2 skeins of worsted yarn, 100 yards/50 grams each and four tiny buttons for the eyes. One size fits most adult women. The Addictive Baby Blanket « Ribbed For Your Pleasure. Ravelry - a knit and crochet community. Quick & Cozy baby Cocoon pattern by Karen Van Harten. Earth Baby Afghan pattern by Lion Brand Yarn. Purely Square Baby Throw pattern by Lion Brand Yarn. Pickles. Half-Assed Patterns » Serpentina. Serpentina You need this scarf.
Yup. You really do. Serpentina is easy enough for a beginner to muddle through, just complex enough not to bore an intermediate knitter, and comfortable TV knitting for an expert. Pick your own yarn, or use the recommended yarn for some surprisingly inexpensive luxury. See? Serpentina would also make a good “easing into lace” sort of project – the lacy rib bit is simple and easily memorized, and will get you used to the basics of lace: using yarn overs and decreases to form a pattern.
See all my blog entries about this pattern. Find this pattern on Ravelry. Materials: · Elann Incense (50% wool, 25% silk, 25% bamboo, 114 yards per 50g skein), 4 skeins; shown in Brick · US 7 straight or circular needles · tapestry needle Gauge: Doesn’t matter. Size: 110″ long, 5″ wide, after blocking. Note: 4 skeins of Incense gave me 19 repeats of section 2 (and 20 repeats of section 1), but only just barely, with less than a foot of yarn left over.
Colorwork. Spud & Chloë — Blog. You may recall that we released a collection of three free patterns in conjunction with Vogue Knitting this past August.
With the holidays coming up, I thought it may be a good idea to share these freebies again and change them up a bit for winter. A two hank wonder! Originally, we designed the Chinese Lantern Hat in Buoy #7219, but it looks equally lovely in Sugar Plum #7221. This two-hank wonder is quick holiday knitting on size 10 (6.5mm) needles. And with the Chinese Lantern Knitalong, filled with tons of descriptive photos, you won’t have any questions as you speed through this design. The Details. Guide to free online knitting resources » whip up. There have been a few staple online mags and resources on the scene for a while, but with new mags popping up here and there I thought I would try to do a bit of of a roundup and see how many I could find. If you know of any more please comment. Bring-it-on baby blanket.
In the Nordic countries we tend to use wool a lot. Some use wool for their babies all year around. Pretty Puffs Slouchy Hat (with pattern!) at Crafty Pants! Knitting.