Grace Lace Beret Free Knitting Pattern. Welcome to LoopKnits!
Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to hear about new arrivals, new projects, sales, classes, and special events! And please visit our online yarn shop LoopYarn.com. Thanks for stopping by! I love a slouchy beret. It’s the perfect thing to cover up my (many) bad hair days and still look stylish, but I can rarely bring myself to buy one. Elizabeth wearing her Grace Lace Beret The Grace Lace Beret has all of the right details. The side view of the Grace Lace Beret GRACE LACE BERET SIZEOne size fits most women MATERIALS2 balls of Louisa Harding Grace or Hand Dyed Grace yarn 16” circular and DPN in US 9 or size needed to achieve gauge set of 5 dpn US 4 crochet hook, waste yarn, stitch markers, darning needle GAUGE4 stitches per inch in lace pattern K knit P purl DD double decrease, slip two stitches together as if to knit 2 together, knit one, pass two slipped stitches over.
With crochet hook and waste yarn, chain 65 stitches. Title. DIRECTIONSPEPPERMINTY STRIPED HAT Using smaller circular needle and A, CO 72[80, 88, 96] sts.
Place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Use marker which is different from the others. Cable Braided Necklace. Yesterday, I have been deep in thought while sizing a pattern, deadlines all looming and sooo much to do before the year's end.
I have thought to share a great little technique with you. Something last minute that you can make for either a gift of for yourself! It's been cool, so having that tiny bit of precious cashmere caressing your neck certainly felt cosy. So here is what you would need: Time: 1.5-2hr (excluding drying time). 15-20 grams of Fingering or Sport weight yarn. Who? It's a hat with owls!
Yay! This is for my brother, whose mangyle will never be done. Certainly not for christmas. He always sends me pictures of owls, so i figured he'd appreciate it. Summer 2007. NECK EDGE Using smaller needle, CO 112[130, 148, 166, 186, 202] sts.
Join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Place marker to indicate end of round (use a marker that is different from the others). Knitty.com. There are about 30 ways to cast on in knitting.
Long tail, provisional, cable, crochet, backward loop...the mind reels. They all have their merits. Some are solid, some are stretchy, some leave you ready to work a right side row, and some look better with ribbing. The wise knitter learns several and uses each to its best advantage. TECHknitting. Lemon Grass Finished! I finished my Lemon Grass Slouchy Hat sooner than I thought I would!
I will write down the pattern soon, if anyone is interested in making their own! It’s a super basic pattern, really easy. 1 skein of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Yarn Size US 10 1/2 DPN’s (6.5mm) Cast on 56 stitches (Knit 1 Purl 1) Rep to end for ribbing- join stitches so you are knitting in the round Repeat for 8 rows Switch to a seed stitch (Knit 1 Purl 1) rep to end of row (Quick tip: Reader GMC tried this pattern and said the following: “knit one round even before the seed stitch rounds and Kfb of the first stitch in that knit round to get an odd number so I could just go round and round in seed stitch w/o really thinking about it” That is a great, GREAT idea. Now I am kind of embarrassed that I didn’t think of that before!) Ravelry - a knit and crochet community.
Secretive Storms. I can't tell you how relieved I am to finally get this secret out. Literally. After seeing the number of views to my blog skyrocket from posting Stalwart Staghorn, I've been stitching my little heart out at a fevered pitch just trying to finish up this pattern in time for Friday's post. Kelli, Kevin's sister (yes, it's the same Kevin from this post), celebrated her annual 29th birthday this week. Dream shrug : It's a Stitch Up: Adventures in handmade… knitting, sewing, jewellery, spinning, dyeing,crafting. Dream shrug.
Photo: Alex A lacework shrug in mohair with elbow-length sleeves and deep ribbing. I created the Dream shrug after finding some brightly-coloured vintage 80s mohair. I used a ripple lace pattern to show-off the beautiful colour changes. Circular Tubular Cast On Awesomeness! If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed.
Thanks for visiting! Have any of you been searching for the perfect tubular cast on? One that can be worked in the round, without the tightness of the “cast on half” methods. One that actually looks great, has great stretch, and doesn’t require starting on straights and then seaming up that little bit once your join the round? How to Block Acrylic. Earlier this year I wrote an article on my blog about how to block acrylic.
It's turning out to be a very popular one, so I decided I'm going to repost it here, with the patterns, where it ought to be. Being a member of Ravelry, I get to read all kinds of wonderful information on the subject of knitting, crochet, spinning, etc. It's a veritable fountain of all things knitterly. However, there is one thing that pops up in the forums every so often that just makes my blood boil.
The myth that acrylic can not be blocked. Wrong-in epic proportions! Acrylic CAN be blocked. Free, Online Knitting Patterns - Beginner Knitting Instructions - Knitting Tips, Tricks, Testimonials and More! Knit pattern: oversized bow headband. A few people have asked me to write up a pattern for my bow headband. i had a spare moment today, so here it is! This simple bow is knit in a tight gauge, so it houses deep creases and holds its shape. the bow is attached to an icord, and can be worn as a headband, bracelet or necklace. or knit the bow by itself and attach it to shirts, hair clips, or whatever else you can think of!
Materials:yarn: a small amount of bristol yarn gallery buckingham in black. but any DK weight yarn will do. needles: US2 / 2.75 mm double pointed needlesgauge: 24 sts / 40 rows = 4 inches in stockinette tools: a tapestry or yarn needle an elastic hair band (for the i cord) finished measurements: bow: 4 inches wide, 5 inches longi cord: 16 inches, plus elastic band. Quick I-Cord Headband. I am growing my hair a bit longer, and have taken to putting it in a short ponytail when busy working on my stuff.
I like the look of those skinny headbands, especially when worn in twos or threes. I bought some in the past but found they were SO tight, they slipped back and hurt my head! So I dove into my stash and found some leftover Esprit (cotton with lycra stretch) in black. The pattern is easy: Yarn: stretchy worsted weight (suggested knit on 4.5mm needles) Needles: two 4mm *double point needles* (or one size smaller to make a tight cord that still stretches) Cast on 4 stitches: Knit across row. Repeat I-Cord stitch until the length is about one inch short of length to go around head (without stretching) then bind off and stitch ends together.
Free Lace Beret Knitting Pattern For Women. Daisy Stitch Hand Warmers.