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Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff

Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff
Wendy Knits Adventures with sticks and string. My current work in progress: 1. Hats! 2. You are here: Home / Gallery of Finished work, free patterns, and tips / Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff I am providing the patterns below free of charge as a courtesy to knitters, as-is, without pattern support from me. Socks From the Toe Up – errata Summer Mystery Shawlette 2011 Clue 1 (5/15/11) (pdf)Clue 2 (5/17/11) (pdf)Clue 3 (5/22/11) (pdf)Clue 4 (5/26/11) (pdf)Clue 5 (6/2/11) (pdf) Free Sock Patterns Other Free Patterns Help Share Find Me On Find Me On Ravelry Subscribe to WendyKnits Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner Links and Rings Pre-Ravelry Completed Work Old Blog Archives Click here to feed an animal in need Click Here to Visit Top100 KnittingSites Search My Patterns For Sale My patterns are available for sale at: Ravelry Pattern Store Visit my Ravelry Pattern store here. My Books 2017 Completed Work Return to top of page

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Crochet Pattern - Chunky Bobble Bows These bows are great because they can be added to virtually anything. I sewed on some brooch backs that had crocodile clips attached (I'm not sure what these are called but I found them on eBay). This meant I could use them to decorate cushions, cardigans, hats, scarves, coats or even hair clips without having to commit to sewing them on! The bows measure around 19/20cm and are best made using super bulky/chunky weight yarn and a smaller hook than recommended. I found this the best way to get a nice firm bow that doesn't curl in on itself. Watson Bra & Bikini Pattern – Cloth Habit This is a digital sewing pattern that is delivered as a zip file. Before using a tablet or smartphone to download, please read this. The Watson is a 70s-inspired lingerie set perfect for lounging or dressing up! The bra is a very easy-to-wear style with a plunge neckline and is designed for stretch fabrics in the cups.

a knit and crochet community What is the best way to get started? Jump right in! Navigate by using the tabs at the top of the screen. You can return to this Welcome page at any time by clicking the Sew Your Own Bra in Craftsy's Sewing Bras: Construction & Fit Make the most supportive, comfortable bras you've ever owned. Get step-by-step guidance for sewing bras with a flawless fit. Create custom-fit bras with your home sewing machine alongside expert instructor Beverly Johnson. Choose the perfect fabric, pattern and size. Use stretch to your advantage as you cut out your pattern pieces. Sock Knitting: How a Sock Should Fit Yes, it’s true! We’re releasing a whole book on the topic of sock fit. (It’s not just about how to fit a sock, but the book also provides lots of great patterns and tips on how to customize a sock pattern for special fit needs.) Sock fit matters for two reasons: comfort and longevity. If you’re going to go to the trouble of knitting a pair of socks, they should fit you properly. A well-fitted sock is more comfortable to wear, and will last much longer.

Check out all of Craftsy's FREE Mini-Classes Right Here! Join or Sign In Join or Sign In Search Craftsy in Classes in All Craftsy POPPYSEED FABRICS: Super easy tote bag tutorial..(updated) This is a great super, fun and easy tote bag tutorial that you will want to make over and over again! (updated 04/18/2014)Please read entire instructions prior to cutting fabric or starting. What you need is: 1/2 yd of 2 different fabrics 2 yds coordinating webbing 2 pieces batting, thin like warm and natural 15"x 10" -not meant to cover whole bag From these items you want to cut you're fabric into these measurements: 2 pieces batting (thin like warm and natural) 15"length x 10" wide 2 bag pieces 15"length (left to right if using directional) x 20.5"wide (up and down) 2 pocket pieces 15"length x 16.5" wide cut webbing into two 1 yd pieces Now you're ready to start!

Voltorb Voltorb is a cute but simple pokemon to make. He always seems grumpy, but I guess if people were always mistaking me for a pokeball, I'd be a little grumpy too! Materials: WW yarn in red, black and whiteF hook Fiberfill Yarn Needle Scraps of felt in white and blackSewing thread to match the felt colors Gauge isn't really important here, as long as you ensure that your hook, yarn and tension result in a fairly tight stitch. Using different yarn types and hooks can give interesting results and make a larger or smaller plush. 10 Free Patterns - Sandals As a mother of two wonderful children, I learned several years ago just how much I love baby feet. They are so tiny! When my daughter was born (she was my first) I would hold my thumb up against her tiny little foot and marvel at how her thumb was barely any larger then my thumb! And I have some small hands. Prior to her birth, when we got baby socks, my husband would obsessively stick them on his own thumb amazed that they would fit. We just couldn't believe feet could be so little!

Charlotte City Tote - Swoon Sewing Patterns 12″ wide11″ tall6″ deep 1/3 yard exterior fabric, 44” wide quilting weight2/3 yard heavy vinyl or cork contrasting fabric2/3 yard lining fabric, 44” wide quilting weight3 1/2 yards fusible woven interfacing (Pellon Shapeflex SF101)1/4 yard 20” stiff fusible stabilizer (Pellon Peltex 71F)2 yards premade piping7” all-purpose zipperOne 1/2” swivel clipOne 1/2” O-ring or D-ringFour 3/4” rectangle ringsOne magnetic snapFabric glue (Beacon Fabritac) or double-sided tapeCoordinating thread DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 2/4 You should already be somewhat familiar with sewing patterns and common sewing terms.

Black Linen Culottes Tutorial After receiving many comments from our readers asking to show a tutorial on how to make a pair of culottes we have decided to do just that- so here is a simple tutorial on how to make a pair of culottes in magnificent black linen. We have changed the pocket designs a little from the this tutorial, but have taken certain elements that have received positive response and incorporated into this tutorial. We hope you enjoy making this as much as we did. 2 yards of IL019 Black Softened Matching sewing thread Pattern master, pattern paper Paper scissors, fabric scissors Fabric marker, pins, tape measure Elastic, Safety pin 3-4 hours 30 Awesome Appliques! A Crochet Applique Roundup Add a pretty extra to a garment, hat, bag, and more with this pretty collection of easy and quick to stitch appliques, all free. I've collected a bunch of them...something for everyone! Note: Click on the link below each picture to go to the free pattern. Something for everyone...happy crocheting!

Culottes tutorial for summer time glamour Culottes, one of the most trendy styles of the 50’s and 60’s, are back! Culottes are flared pants or shorts that can often look like a skirt or a dress when you’re wearing them. I have been trying to help you build a warm weather wardrobe that is both easy and practical –and that is easy to make. Here is another free pattern to add to your collection of projects for the summer. “Culotte” is a French word that means the lower part of a garment or knee breeches. Shoulder Lace This website contains affiliate links. With signs of spring, I wanted to share some Shoulder Lace with you. It may be just the thing for a cool evening.

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