Free, Online Knitting Patterns - Beginner Knitting Instructions - Knitting Tips, Tricks, Testimonials and More! DIY Confetti Bowl Feeling crafty? This gorgeous confetti bowl will definitely be a feature piece in your home and it’s so much fun to make. Try this fun DIY today. Click HERE for the tutorial from ‘VJuliet’ Make a Button Bowl – Click HERE Given email address is already subscribed, thank you! Oops. Please provide a valid email address. Thank you, your sign-up request was successful! Please complete the CAPTCHA. Please fill in the required fields. Knitting conversions From The Knitting Fiend. Your source for free custom generated knitting patterns, tips, calculating tools and mindless knitting chatter on the web. I'm working on posting a whole bunch of tools that help you do the calculations required to convert a published knitting pattern, design your own from scratch, or just knit a pattern that is a bit terse. Click the links to find the calculator you need: Decrease stitches evenly across a row. Do you love to look stylish?
autumnblossomknits You knew it was coming…the embarrassingly girly Ruffled Sweater Dress: an A-Line dress with ruffled neck and hem and a bow to give the appearance of an empire waist. This time in 2 sizes, size 10″ for 3-4.5 lb dogs with a 10″-11″ circumference around the waist/ribcage and size 12″-14″ for pups 4.5-7lbs. Added 11/01/08: I”m sorry crocheters, I cannot write you a crocheted version. Supplies #6 double point needles #6 16″ circular (not necessary, but it sure would help) worsted weight yarn (I used baby yarn, which seems to be on the skinny side for worsted) in 2 colors. 1 main color and 1 complementary color. Ribbon in complementary color, approx 2 feet. 2 large safety pins Optional: Medium crochet hook (for sleeves, or you can use the knitting needles) 10″ will be listed in directions with the 12″ size in parenthesis. Ruffled neck Cast on 80 (120) Join, being sure not to twist. knit 2, k2tog around : 60 sts (90 sts) k1, k2 tog: 40 sts (60 sts) k2tog around: 20 sts (30) Begin Increases Leg Holes Body -or-
DIY Button Bowl Pull out your button collection and create a fabulous feature piece using buttons and a balloon! This is a great project to make with the kids and it looks fantastic! Click HERE for the tutorial from ‘Designs By Kristen’ Make this Confetti Bowl – Click HERE Given email address is already subscribed, thank you! Oops. Please provide a valid email address. Thank you, your sign-up request was successful! Please complete the CAPTCHA. Please fill in the required fields.
Tricot My Grandmothers Knitting By Larissa Brown When most people think of their grandmother’s knitting, they might not immediately see the connection to a modern knitter’s life. But in My Grandmother’s Knitting, Larissa Brown shows us that nothing could be further from the truth. Many of today’s hippest and most popular knitters found their passion for knitting under the tutelage of their grandmother or another revered family member, and in this book, they share stories and patterns inspired by their memories and their gratitude. Praise for My Grandmother's Knitting: “This is a pattern book with a twist. . . . "Wonderful family stories are shared by those such as Meg Swansen, Norah Gaughan, Kirsten Kapur and Kay Gardiner.
Knit Bag with Cables. Knit Bag with Cables Difficulty level: Intermediate Free Bag Knitting Pattern Created by Maryna Shevchenko This bag is good for any season of the year, but multiple cable patterns, worsted weight yarn and whitecolor make it look cozy and “wintery”. Size Dimensions of the finished bag:Height (excluding shoulder strap) 30 cm (11”); Width — 32 cm (12”);Depth — 7 cm (2”); Shoulder strap — 73 cm (29”). You’ll need - 5 balls of Knitca Woolly Warmth worsted seight yarn, 100% pure wool, 50g /1.7oz, 100m / 110yds., color #0001 White.- Straight knitting needles size 4mm (US size 6) or size to obtain gauge (see “Gauge” for more information).- 1 zipper 35 cm (13Ñ•”) long.- 2 x 40 mm loops for connecting shoulder strap to the bag.- 50 cm (20”) of printed cotton fabric (width 90 cm(35”)) for lining (optional).- Darning needle and sewing needle for finishing. Gauge 10 cm (4”) x 10 cm (4”) = 17 stitches and 24 rows in stockinette stitch. Notes Stitch pattern instructions Instructions
Learn the Basics Texture plays an important part in the beauty of crochet. The finer mercerised threads (#100, #80 or #60) are more effective for delicate designs used for tablecloths, doilies and edges. However for some of us, if seeing and grasping the thread is a little challenging, work in a larger thread such as #10 or 4ply cotton. The crocheted items will be larger so this will have to be taken into account. Also consider that different brands or colours of the same size thread may vary in thickness. Avoid joining the thread in the middle of a pattern and never make knots to join the thread. Embroidery Threads American threads usually use the same sizing as our own for crochet cotton sizes such as our number 10, 20, 40, etc. shown as No 10 or #10 etc. Yarn sizes however are generally provided as a weight of yarn such as worsted weight, sports weight, etc. Back to INDEX Crochet hooks are made of steel, plastic and alloy metals. Back to INDEX SIZE and TEXTURE
Modelos gratuitos Os modelos DROPS estão à vossa disposição gratuitamente, quer tricote por hobby quer tenha uma loja de lãs ou uma retrosaria. Se tem uma loja, pode usar a base de dados dos modelos DROPS para promover a venda do seu stock de fios. A única coisa que lhe pedimos é que não efectue quaisquer alterações/adicionamentos ao documento original imprimido... e que, de acordo com a filosofia DROPS, os modelos sejam dados, gratuitamente, aos seus clientes. Os primeiros catálogos DROPS foram publicados no outono de 1985. Desde então, mais de 130 catálogos e de 6941 modelos diferentes foram criados! Actualmente, oferecemos-lhe 4659 modelos gratuitos traduzidos em Português! Nestas páginas, esforçamo-nos por lhe trazer o melhor do tricô, inspiração, conselhos e novas ideias – se houver algo que deseja ver no nosso site, não hesite em nos dizer e daremos o nosso melhor para satisfazer o seu pedido.
Toy patterns-for people who enjoy knitting toys | Alan Dart All the patterns in the Toy Patterns Shop are available as PDF downloads, and range from 5 to 28 pages each. Printed paper versions are not produced, and a mail order service is not possible. Each pattern includes photograph(s) of the finished toy, and the size of these have been kept small so as not to use too much of your ink. The number of photographs will vary from pattern to pattern, depending upon how many are available, as those in older designs were only taken as a reference before the toy was sent off to the magazine. VERY IMPORTANT! Once downloaded and saved, the patterns can be printed out on ordinary copy paper. Patterns marked with an asterisk* are a version exclusive to the website, and those marked with a double asterisk** are new designs that have been created exclusively for this site, and only available here. Please note that patterns of licensed characters are not available for downloading.
Standing Double Crochet - Joining Without the Slip Stitch and Chain! The Standing Double Crochet stitch is one I came to late – and I wish I’d known about it years earlier! It’s not a stitch that you’ll usually find specified in a pattern, and as such it has no standard abbreviation. What it is, is a technique – one that will allow you to start a new row on a crochet project without having to use the telltale “join with a slip stitch and chain 3” – and I can’t wait to share it with you! Video Tutorial: Standing Double Crochet – Right Handed Left Handed Photo Tutorial for the Standing Double Crochet Step 1: Hold the yarn end with the last two fingers of your hook-holding hand. So what do you think? NOTE: Several different people have now written to me, claiming that they invented this technique.
Erika Knight - 272 Triangle Shawl Patterns - Updated 12/09 All the deadlinks have been fixed or deleted from the list. I may add more links when I get the time. 12/09 This is the master list of triangle shawl patterns. The shawl patterns vary widely in style from easy garter and stockinette stitch, to those with simple lacy holes, or challenging ones with charted lace stitches. They are ranked by the amount of yarn needed to make the smallest size. Some of the foreign language patterns have English translations. If anyone knows how much yardage is needed for the shawls marked with a ? 100-199 Yards100+ Musings on a Poncho131 Short & Sassy Shawl (One Skein Wonders by Judith Durant, p. 35)150+ Drop Dead Gorgeous Shawl (link fixed)175 Caryl’s Kerchief180 Fabulous Filigree Scarf (One-Skein Wonders by Judith Durant, p. 186)180 Triangular Scarf (Vogue Knitting Scarves, p. 37)190+ Versatile Scarves 500-599 Yards500 Cascading Leaves Shawl500 Crystal Cove Shawl500 Dice Blue Shawl (Knitter’s Magazine, Spring 2004, p. ?.) Unknown Yardage?
Katiedid Crafts: Knit Flower Headband I was looking for a fun option of headgear for the winter months. After seeing a few cute things at different stores I decided upon a knit headband with a crochet or knit flower attachment. I found a few patterns online but after making them I decided it might just be best to write my own pattern to tailor my exact wants and needs. I saw this in a store and decided I wanted to make something that looked similar to this. This is what I came up with. You can make this headband with or without the attached flower or even attach something else! Knit Flower Headband Size 10 needles Crochet hook sz J Bulky weight yarn used (I used Lion Brand in Oatmeal) Button for clasp Cast on 7 stitches Row 1: K, P, K till end of row Row 2: P, K, P till end of row Row 3,4: continue in rib pattern Increase Rows: Row 5: K, P, K, M1B, M1F, P, K, P, K (9 sts) Row 6, 7, 8: Continue in rib pattern Row 9: K, P, K, P, K, P, M1F, M1B, K, P, K (11 sts) Row 10, 11, 12: Continue in rib pattern Row 14, 15, 16: Continue in rib pattern