Knitting Patterns from Just One More Row - Page 1 Displaying 1 - 11 of 11 item(s) found. Just One More Row Jill Vosburg of Just One More Row has always enjoyed fiber arts, beginning with embroidery and crochet in junior high school. Later, while attending the Academy of Art in San Francisco, she explored spinning, weaving, bobbin lace, braiding, needle lace, and afghan stitch crochet. When Jill began her career as a network administrator, she began knitting to relax after work and enjoyed designing her own sweaters. Make the World’s Easiest Crocheted Scarf Home » $1 and Free, Accessories, cheap crafts, Fashion, Headline, Tutorials, Wearable Crafts 11 July 2011 58,146 views 43 Comments by rhonda Even if you've never picked up a crochet hook in your life, you'll have no problem making this fabulous multi-strand scarf. It was inspired by a similar scarf I spotted at a pricey boutique. The scarf I saw consisted of many long braids tied together in a series of knots.
NameThatCandy.Etsy.com: Japanese Crochet Book - Motif Knit Pattern Book The patterns from this Japanese Motif Pattern Book are very cute and gorgeous. I crocheted a scarf from this book, the patterns include: cardigan, tunic, scarf, bag, hat, shawl etc. I have an extra copy for sale, pls visit my Etsy and Artfire store. Tricksy Blog: Yarn Information Yarn is categorized into weights (how thick the strand is). The yarn weight gives you an idea of what size knitting needle to use; how big the stitches will be, how thick the knitted fabric will be, and what types of garment would be appropriate for the yarn. “Yarn weight” (thickness) is not the same as the total weight (grams or ounces) of the skein or ball. Yarn weight terminology can be confusing; not all yarn manufacturers use the same language. Some of the language doesn’t tell you much about the weight (for example, while “fine” tells you the yarn is thin, “sport” doesn’t tell you much unless you are familiar with the category standards).
Crochet patchwork tutorial - Paper & needle crafts among other handmade things First I'd like to say a big Thank you to everyone who took the time to visit my blog and to leave a comment on my crochet patchwork cushion cover, I also received a few questions so I hope the photos and the instructions below will help. Initially I thought I'd make lots of little squares but then I wasn't too keen on having to join them all up somehow so I came up with this instead. Chain 9 and skip the 1st chain, work in rows of dc to form a square. Change colour as shown below and turn. When working your 1st row in a different colour make sure you crochet over the ends of your yarn, this way you won't have to worry about weaving in all those ends at the end.
Entrelac Pattern When I first saw this pattern…. wow, this woven knit strips pattern is so beautiful!!! I definitely want to make this, but how? Thanks to the modern technology of internet, I searched through the web and found some videos that taught about it. I like Planet Purl’s video the most, not only that it is easy to understand, Beth Moriarty has every stitch covered and explained. I am able to cast on and start knitting after the first or 2nd views of the video tutorial. Shara Lambeth Designs: Crochet Chain Link Necklace Tutorial Hello friends! I have had many, many requests for a How-To tutorial so others could make a Crochet Chain Link Necklace, so I thought I ought to do it :-) These necklaces are simple, pretty & even practical, yep, they're baby proof! So here's what you need to know to make yourself a Crochet Chain Link Necklace: What you need: 90m (100yds) DK weight cotton (approx) 4mm (US#6) crochet hook
How to Follow Stitch Diagrams for Crocheted Motif Garments - Crochet Me Blog Two weeks ago, we scratched the surface of working with stitch diagrams, which is essentially a picture of a crochet pattern. In a stitch diagram, each stitch is represented by a character. The characters are arranged so that you can see the order of the stitches, each stitch's relation to the stitches around it, and how the stitches work together to create the finished product. Stitch diagrams are a fabulous tool for edgings, stitch patterns, and motifs. Last time we looked at a stitch pattern for the Beach Sarong from Interweave Crochet's summer issue. For the sarong, the stitch diagram was worked in rows. Birdie Decoration This is my pattern/tutorial for a hanging Birdie Decoration. A completely useless object of course, but very cute all the same. It's an easy project to make, great for using up odds and ends of yarn and can be used in all sorts of ways to bring a little good cheer. This little birdie is made in four pieces :: a round flat circle for the body, a small triangle for the beak and 2 leafy shapes for the wings.
Larksfoot Crochet Pattern Stitch - Baby Afghan Larksfoot Crochet Stitch - Baby Afghan Video Tutorial: Larks Foot Crochet Stitch - Baby AfghanVideo Tutorial: Larksfoot Crochet Pattern Stitch Left Hand Tutorial Written by Teresa Richardson Extended or Long Double Crochet - This is where you will work a double crochet several stitches below the row you are on. You will need to pull up on the stitch and allow for some additional yarn, so the stitch does not sag.