Eleanor cowl: Knitty Deep Fall 2010 If working back and forth in rows: Using largest straight needles and long tail method, loosely CO 132 sts. Switching to mid-sized needles, work Rows 1-14 of Chart A, working outlined pattern repeat section five times. If desired, place stitch markers between pattern repeats. 112 sts when all rows of Chart A are complete. Work Rows 1-50 of Chart B, working outlined pattern repeat section four times. Note: If using stitch markers between pattern repeats, markers must be moved at end of each repeat on Rows 5, 15, 35 and 48 (highlighted in chart). To do this, remove marker while working double decrease (sk2p), then replace marker on right needle after decrease has been worked. Switching to smallest needles, work Rows 23-49 of Chart B once more. If working in the round: Using largest circular needle, CO 130 sts. Switching to mid-sized circular needle, work Round 1 of Chart A, working outlined pattern repeat section only; place markers between pattern repeats if desired.
Knot Just Knitting - freeform knitting & crochet by Prudence Mapstone Chaussettes les Fraises gourmandes Je l'avais annoncé et il est enfin écrit : le patron des petites chaussettes Fraises gourmandes ! Et il est gratuit, parfait pour coordonner avec les bonnets Fraises gourmandes (Voir liste des boutiques le distribuant sur le blog). Chaussettes “ Fraises gourmandes” Tailles : 0-3 (3-6; 6-9; 9-12) mois Échantillon : 28 mailles = 10 cm en jersey Aiguilles : Un set d’aiguilles double pointes 2,5 mm Matériel : 20 gr de fil marron ; 10 gr de fil rouge ; 5 gr de fil vert correspondant à l’échantillon. Abréviations : m. Monter 28 (32; 36; 40) mailles avec le fil marron sur le set d’aiguilles 2,5 mm puis tricoter 10 (10, 12, 12) rangs en côtes 2/2 . Pour le talon, tricoter en aller et retour uniquement sur la première moitié des mailles soit les 14 (16; 18; 20) premières mailles sur 12 (14; 16; 18) rangs. Puis tourner le talon ainsi : Rang 1 (endroit du travail) : Tricoter 10 (11; 12; 13) mailles faire un surjet simple puis tourner le travail. Rang 2 : 2 (2; 3; 3) m R, 3 m. Croquer les petits petons !
AZURE KNITS BLOG: Free Pattern! Quick Cable Slouch Hat//Hat constructions This is a pattern I had made to teach my student how to make her first cabled hat, so I made sure it was not intimidating. Very quick to knit, so great for gifts. I have used a bulky alpaca yarn so it had a fair drape and a pom-pom was too heavy, but it may work better if you use wool. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*Note*I have originally posted and recommended size #10 needles for the body, but it seems like many people have been getting a less slouchy result. If you want to get a slouchy hat for sure, it might be better to use size #11 for the body. I don't have a specific gauge, but the fabric for the main body should be somewhat loose and have a bit of a drape. Materials Needed: US7 or 8 for Brim US10 or 11 for Body (NOTE : I had used #8 and #11, and the body was pretty big so I felted down a little. For either, DPN, fixed 16" Circular, Using 32"+ needles to work in Magic loop is your choice. I used Cascade Yarns Baby Alpaca Chunky. Directions: Establishing rows:
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. 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 1 skein Swans Island Bulky, naturally dyed colors are 100% Organic Merino and undyed colors (Natural, Oatmeal and Seasmoke) are 85% Organic Merino and 15% Alpaca. 2 skeins of Jade Sapphire's 8 Ply Cashmere, 100% Mongolian Cashmere. The Pattern Gauge Begin
22 leaves shawlette pattern by Lankakomero Errata: 34 Leaves Shawl version only: On page 4 there is a sentence “There should be 311 stitches after row 46.” it should be “There should be 315 stitches after row 46.” 311 is a stitch count after row 44. Corrected pdf-file uploaded. Korjaus 34 lehden versioon: 4. sivulla oleva lause “46. krs.n jälkeen silmukoita on 311.” pitää olla “46. krs.n jälkeen silmukoita on 315.” 311 silmukoita on 44. krs:n jälkeen. Korjattu pdf-tiedosto vaihdettu entisen tilalle. 22 leaves shawlette Mystery KAL was held in September 2010 and this pattern is based on the clues of that KAL. 22 leaves shawlette has either 106 or 114 rows; 106 if you choose casting off by crocheting and 114 if you prefer knitted cast off. 22 leaves shawlette is knit neck down. Yarn weight and needle size are just suggestions and yardage may vary a lot depending on your choice of yarn and needle size. Note!
Casting On - Tubular Cast On - Knitting Community This cast on leaves a nice, stretchy edge. It is specific to k1, p1 ribbing. Begin with a length of waste yarn. Cast on half of the total number of stitches you need. (If you need an odd number of stitches, cast on half + 1 stitch.) Change to the working yarn and complete the first row as follows: *Knit 1, yarn over. Complete the second row as follows: *yarn forward, slip one stitch purlwise, yarn back, knit 1. Complete the third row as follows: *Knit 1, yarn forward, slip one stitch purlwise, yarn back. Repeat the second and third rows. Change to K1, P1 ribbing. You will be left with a stretchy edge that is well suited to your ribbing. Owl Coffee Cup Cozie materials: - aran, dk or worsted yarn (18-20sts =4"), 13 grams - dpn's (right size for yarn & tension) set of 4 - 10 sew-on eyes, 8mm-10mm - cable needle, darning needle (to sew on eyes) and crochet hook (to weave in ends) - optional: scrap yarn in a contrasting colour to sew on a beak Finished size: mine ended up being 4" tall, and fits a large cup of take out coffee (approx 8-9" in diameter) Terms used in this pattern: C4F: put 2 sts on a cable needle, hold in front, k2, then k2 from cable needleC4B: put 2 sts on a cable needle, hold in back, k2, then k2 from cable needleC2F: put 1 st on a cable needle, hold in front, k1, then k1 from cable needle C2B: put 1 st on a cable needle, hold in back, k1, then k1 from cable needle K_tbl: Knit the stitch thru the back loop; in this case, knit two stitches each thru the back loopCast on 48 sts. Work Owl Cable: (there are 5 owls around) Rows 1 & 2: *k8, p2* around to end. Row 10: *C4B, C4F, p2* around. Rows 11-15: *k8, p2* around to end.