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Granny Stripe Boutique Bag

Granny Stripe Boutique Bag

Tabitha's Heart Sydney Care - SydneyCare - Slippers With Soul We thank Alli Barrett (see designer of the original pattern, Pocketbook Slippers, for permission for SydneyCare to use the design for Slippers with Soul. Size 4.5 needles. 8 ply acrylic yarn. Cast on 5 stitches Knit 6 rows Next Row: Increase in 2nd stitch of each row until you have 22 stitches on the needle. Next Row: Increase in each stitch to 44 stitches Next Row: Knit 2, Purl 2 for 15 centimetres (6 inches) Next Row: Knit 2 together across giving you 22 stitches Next Row: Decrease in 2nd stitch at beginning of every row until you have 5 stitches. Knit 6 rows Cast off, fold in half and sew the rib sides together and the 5 stitches on top together to form a strap. SydneyCare's Slippers with Soul project is promoted by Lincraft. Slippers with Soul are distributed to hospitals, hostels & nursing homes Please send your slippers to: SydneyCare, PO Box 119, Spit Junction, NSW 2088

Easy Knitting Patterns This page contains a selection of easy knitting patterns suitable for beginner knitters. I have included easy knitting patterns for hats, scarves, dolls and more toys. When my daughter had cancer, she was given a really cute hand-knitted teddy. Picture credit: jeltovski on morguefile . Thanks to my mother for the beanie and scarf patterns featured on this page. Start at the legs Cast on 16 stitches Knit 38 rows - this completes one leg Leaving this leg on the needle, cast on 16 stitches on the same needle (for the other leg) Knit 38 rows - now you will have two legs on one needle body Knit 28 rows knitting across both legs (32 stitches) arms Cast on 24 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows Knit 22 rows (80 stitches) At the beginning of next 2 rows cast off 24 stitches Head Knit 62 rows (32 stitches) - this does the front and back of the head arms - back Cast on 24 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows ..... continue the remainder of the teddy in reverse order Instructions:

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