Knitting, Free Knitting Patterns, Knitting Yarn, Knitting Instructions, Knitting Book, Knitting Stores Free, Online Knitting Patterns - Beginner Knitting Instructions - Knitting Tips, Tricks, Testimonials and More! Free, Online Crochet Pattern Link Dire Flower Girl Cottage : Crochet Headband Pattern Crochet Headband Materials: 1 ball Lily Cotton Yarn, Size G Hook Pattern First Row: Chain 20, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet into 4th chain from Hook,* Skip 3 chains, work 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet in next chain stitch*, Repeat the stitches between * * to the end of the row Row 2: Chain 2 Turn, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet in 1st Chain 2 Space, 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet into each remaining Chain 2 Spaces across to end Repeat Row 2 until Strip Measures 18” join by slip stitching ends together or sew together with yarn needle. Finished Link Party Time
Knitting Terms and Abbreviations This is a comprehensive glossary of common knitting abbreviations that you are likely to find in a pattern. Wherever it's relevant, I've included links to videos which cover the technique. inch(es) work instructions between parentheses, in the place directed work instructions between brackets, as many times as directed repeat instructions following the single asterisk as directed repeat instructions between asterisks, as directed alt alternate approx approximately beg begin(ning) bet between bind off view continental video view english video color A color B contrasting color cdd centered double decrease. sl2 tog, K1, pass the slipped stitches over (together) view english video view continental video ch chain (using crochet hook). view video cm centimeter(s) cn cable needle: short knitting needle, used as an aid in the twisting of a cable. cast on view video cont continue cross 2 L cross 2 stitches to the left (to work a cable). cross 2 R dc double crochet dec(s) decrease(s) Double Knitting weight yarn. dpn aka dp end of row fl
Liffey (Cable&Lace Knitted Hat) | Knotting Noodles Liffey is a mixed pattern hat, including both cables and lace, in a cute leafy shape. The traditional ribbing is replaced by an i-cord, tied at the back to form a bow. Size: to fit head circumference of 56cm (for bigger or smaller size, consider changing yarn thickness and/or needle size). Yarn: SOKA (70% wool, 30% polyamide, 50g=150m), 1.3 skeins. A set of 4 (5) double-pointed needles: UK size 11, US size 2.5, metric size 3mm; 2 cable/auxiliary needles of the same size. Gauge: 10cm = 26 sts in pattern. k – knit p – purl rep – repeatk2tog – knit 2 together yo – yarn over: make an additional loop by passing the yarn under the right needle from back to front, then over the needle and to the back. k tbl – knit through the back of the stitch. Knitting Instructions: On double-pointed needles, cast on 144 sts. Pattern: The pattern is worked in rounds. R1: * yo, k1, yo, p3, k9, p3, * rep from * around. R31 – 60: rep from R1. R61: * k1, p3, SKP, k5, k2tog, p3, *rep from * around. Assembly: Like this:
knitty - magic cast-on You have cast one stitch on to needle #1. 5. Bring needle #2 over the yarn tail on your thumb, around and under the yarn and back up, making a loop around needle #2. You have cast one stitch on to needle #2. There are now two stitches on needle #2 Ñ the stitch you just cast on plus the anchor loop. The top yarn strand always wraps around needle #1 (the bottom needle), and the bottom yarn strand always wraps around needle #2 (the top needle). 6. 7. 8. In this picture, a total of 20 stitches, or 10 stitches on each needle, have been cast on. Turn back to the right side to begin knitting. 9. Knit the row of stitches from needle #1. You will see a row of stitches appear between the two needles. 10. Be careful! You have completed one round and are back where you started. Note: Do the stitches between the needles appear too loose or "sloppy?" There are two rows of stitches between the needles now. We now return you to your regularly scheduled toe-up sock pattern. Work step #9 on sock #1.
Luna Lovegood's Thestral Cardigan - The-Leaky-Cauldron.org The-Leaky-Cauldron.org Final Product Supplies 2 skeins of Caron Simply Soft Brites! Stitches used 90-Degree Increase: In the corner, make 2dc-ch1-2dc. Instructions Important Note - First, decide if you are going to have four buttons or five buttons, because that will dictate how you turn the edges of your sweater. Getting Started Chain 59.Row 1: Dc In 3rd chain from hook. Row3: *Dc to the center chain of your first 90-Degree increase. Body Row 1: dc to the first 90-degree increase. Sleeves Start the sleeve with 54 stitches around the armhole, starting at the underarm.Join the first and last stitches of the sleeve.Chain 3 Dc 27 times, chain three, sc back into the 27th stitch, ch3 then continue dc around the sleeve to beginning. Every row, your dc area should get smaller, and your mesh area should get bigger.For your final round, slip stitch your way across the bottom of the sleeve, making a picot in every loop of the ch3 mesh, rather than in the stitches themselves.Bind off, then stitch up the back of the sleeve.
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