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. DiaryofaCreativeFanatic It's always interesting to see how any trend evolves. Patchwork, colour blocking, combining knits with wovens and creating sheerness with different guages. Machine knitting allows the knitter to create see-through areas easily, mixing heavier yarns with very fine guages.
A Beautiful Knit Scarf (free pattern) Description: cast on 12 stitches. Turn your work over. Row 2 Right Side/ slip the first stitch, cross yarn over, 10 knit stitches, cross yarn over, 1 knit stitch Row 3/ slip the first stitch, 12 purl stitches, 1 knit stitch. Total 14 stitches. Row 4 RS/ slip the first stitch, cross yarn over, 12 knit stitches, cross yarn over, 1 knit stitch. Cat Hat - Free Knitting Pattern for a Cat Hat for a Child This Cat Hat is a really quick and easy pattern that's sure to be a hit with any cat-loving little girl on your list. The hat is just a simple Stockinette Stitch hat worked in the round; the fun comes with the addition to simple triangular ears and stitched embellishments. Materials: about 55 yards medium weight yarn of your choice (I used the discontinued yarn Rowan Soft Baby) scrap of black medium weight yarn set of 4 size 7 US (4.5 mm) double-pointed knitting needles tape measure, scissors and yarn needle Gauge: 14 stitches and 24 rows per 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch in the round (3.5 stitches and 6 rows per inch)
hugg'ems collectables Materials: Sportweight cotton: small amounts of red, green and brown. hook: 3 mm Conversion chart tapestry needle for weaving in ends Small amount of polyester stuffing Abbreviations: ch: chain sl: slip st: stitch sc: single crochet Instructions: Apple: Rnd 1: Using red ch 2; work 5 sc in second ch from hook; DO NOT JOIN; place marker to mark end of rnd. Rnd 2: work 2 sc in each st around; place marker (10 sts) Rnd 3: 2 sc in first st, sc in next st; *(2 sc in next st, sc in next st); repeat from * around; place marker. (15 sts) Rnd 4: 2 sc in first st, sc in next 2 sts; *(2 sc in next st, sc in next 2 sts); repeat from * around; place marker. (20 sts) Rnd 5, 6 and 7: sc in each st around; place marker.
Yarn Comparison Chart Are you looking for a yarn comparison chart? The world is getting smaller these days (okay not literally but you know what I mean) and it is far more likely today that you will have a pattern or some yarn from a country that uses a different measurement scale. If you are in the USA - do you know the American equivalent of 4 ply? Or if you are in Australia and you have a pattern for worsted wool - do you know which ply to buy to make your garment?
Marigold Slouch Beanie There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). The Sweetie Pie Hat When I first designed the Sweetie Pie Hat four years ago, I had plenty of time on my hands to create patterns. With no one tugging at my sleeve while I knit, I had deep reserves of concentration and loads of patience. But now that I have a one and half year old, updating an old beloved pattern with new yarn and simpler instructions is about all I can handle!! The original Sweetie Pie Hat was striped, because back then, I had no reason to mind switching colors every eight rows (not to mention weaving in all those ends!).
Free Crochet Patterns for Women's Clothing Dress yourself up in gorgeous crocheted clothing -- sweaters, shaws, wraps, scarves, and other delightful crocheted luxuries. Shawls, Wraps and Capes Feminine Lace Stole -- Photo © Rick Jackofsky What could be more feminine than a gorgeous crocheted shawl? Pictured here: Erica Jackofsky's easy lace stole features delicate beaded edges and plenty of flair. Scarf Patterns
Crochet Star Making - A Tutorial. Hello. I have been making crochet stars this week. For no good reason really, just because they're fun to make. So I thought some of you might like to have a bit of crafty fun too. seamless + symmetrical november :: mystery crochet project Hooks at the ready! Let's get started with this month's mystery crochet project. To make this project all you need to know how to do is to make a basic granny square.
Cashmere Hoody Cashmere Hoody I made this pullover with 100% cashmere that I found on eBay. I do not know the manufacturer, it was on industrial cones, so you won’t be able to duplicate the sweater, but working to gauge you can use your own DK yarn for this loose, casual sweater. I won’t tease you by saying that it feels incredible (oh, I guess I just did) but at least you can see that it looks pretty cool.... Yarn: DK weight that knits to gauge **** Check! Shalom Cardigan pattern by Meghan McFarlane This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download Shalom is a simple knitted cardigan with a striking appearance. This triple-yoked sweater is seamlessly knit, top down, with a single button closure.