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Scarf Knit With Comb ∙ How To by Zydonia on Cut Out

Scarf Knit With Comb ∙ How To by Zydonia on Cut Out
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knitty.com Frog pond edition In Japan, the kajika goes kerokero. In Spain the rana sings cruá-cruá. A beka would say bre-ke-ke in Hungary. Here in Norway, frosker sier kvakk. In the knitting world, however, frogs say "rip it, rip it." The term frogging gives the impression of a rather exuberant ripping out of knitted stitches. insert the left hand needle into the stitch just below the stitch on the right hand needle.... ...then slide the stitch onto the left hand needle while pulling on the yarn to release. To unravel your work from a purl side, do the exact same thing, keeping the yarn in front. The real challenge to your nerves comes when you need to undo your knitting for a few rows, but not back to bare yarn. Use either a knitting needle [a smaller size might be a good idea here] or a tapestry needle threaded with a spare length of yarn... insert under the first loop of the stitches all along the row below the error. ...and on a purl side ::

Crochet hexagon jacket / Crochet hexagon sweater Descargá esta entrada en PDF! This time I want to bring you this free crochet pattern of the hexagon jacket that I made for my daughter Micaela who will be born in January of next year. This jacket is made with two hexagons that folded in half become the two halves of the jacket. Once the two halves are seamed together, we add the collar and cuffs. This pattern can be found on the web in several languages ​​as “saquito hexagonal o en hexágono”, “chompita hexagonal”, “chompa en hexágono”, “casaquinho hexágonos”, “hexagon jacket” or “hexagon sweater”. It is an ideal project for beginners and those who don’t like the idea of crocheting sleeves separately. To increase the size of the jacket make bigger hexagons by adding rows. Here is the PATTERN: Here is the TUTORIAL: Here you can see how to change the size of the jacket.

LACE TUNIC Knit.1 Magazine Summer 2006 #12 Knit.1 Summer 2006 #12 design by Shiri Mor This delicate, feminine top can be knitted or crocheted. With bell sleeves and a sexy square neck, either way you work it will have you radiating ethereal beauty. Difficulty level MATERIALS • 4 (4, 4, 5) balls in #100 White of Lion Cotton by Lion Brand, 5oz/140g balls, each approx 236yd/210m (cotton) • Size H/8 (5mm) crochet hook OR SIZE TO GET GAUGE • For knit version: One pair size 10½ (6.5mm) knitting needles OR SIZE TO GET GAUGE • Approx 8yd/7.35m of 2½"/65mm wide lace ribbon from Metropolitan Impex, NYC (metropolitanimpex.com) or from your local craft store • Ten ½"/13mm buttons KNITTED MEASUREMENTS • Sized for XX-Small (X-Small, Small, Medium). FINISHED MEASUREMENTS • Bust (closed) 29½ (32, 34½, 37)"/75 (81, 87.5, 94)cm • Length 29 (30, 30½, 31)"/73.5 (76, 77.5, 78.5)cm • Hip 33 (35, 37, 39)"/84 (89, 94, 99)cm • Upper arm 11½ (12½, 13, 13½)"/29 (32, 33, 34)cm Delivery Method: Electronic PDF

Crochet cardigan free pattern A vibrant cardigan in a rainbow of colours, this bright and beautiful piece makes a perfect cover-up for little girls (or even big ones!) on cool evenings. Gathering stitch • Sublime Cashmere Merino Silk DK, 75% extra-fine merino/20% silk/5% cashmere, 50g/116m/127yds Shades: MC: Radicchio 0248 x 1 (1, 2, 2) ball(s) CC1: Spicy 0249 x 1 (2, 2, 2) ball(s) CC2: Pineapple 0250 x 2 balls CC3: Captain Peacock 0163 x 2 balls CC4: Ink 0247 x 2 balls CC5: Black Cherry 0222 x 2 balls CC6: Pashmina 0166 x 2 balls • 4mm hook • 3.5mm hook (or 0.5mm smaller than main hook) • 5 buttons (20-25mm/3/4-1in in diameter) • Needle and thread for buttons • Yarn needle Work 3 by 2 pattern repeats to the size of 8 x 8cm/3 x 3in using 4mm hook, or size required to obtain correct tension. Chain 23. Row 1: Tr in 4th ch, 1 tr, [sk 2 ch, (2tr,1ch) in ch, 2tr in ch, sk 1 ch] 3 times, 3tr, turn. Row 2: 3ch, 2tr, [sk 2 tr, osh (see Special Stitch Patterns) in ch-sp, sk 2 tr] 3 times, 3tr, turn. Rows 4 & 5: Rep row 2. Row 6: Rep row 3.

Free Pattern – Crochet Drawstring Bag I am so glad that my blog’s migration is finally over, phew!!! After numerous sleepless nights fighting against broken links, fine tune the layout (still doing though), adding plugins, widgets, blah blah blah…. I am back to posting again, YAY!!! As promised, here is my first free pattern for the drawstring bag made from T-shirt yarn, yup, another recycle project for the environment. You can click the image below to get the free pattern link in acrobat .pdf format. Before you jump into the free pattern, below are some of the tips on how to get it done. Switching Yarn Color The beauty of T-shirt yarn is that you can make a nice adhere joint for color switching. Cut the 2 ends in slanting shape. Apply glue at a length of 1.5 inch. Wrap the outer yarn onto the inner and make it into tubular form as always. Eyelet installation We need to have eyelets fit at the hole we made to run a draw-string. Drawstring After finish crochet the drawstring, run it through the eyelet holes.

Free Crochet Patterns and Knitting Patterns Calling all knitters and crocheters, take a few minutes to unwind with Red Heart’s free crochet patterns and knitting patterns and find inspiration for your next knit or crochet project. Are you looking to create a soft blanket or hat for charity? Looking to create a bespoke gift for your friends or family? Perhaps you want to create something for yourself that is sure to have someone say – did you make that? You can choose from thousands of free crochet and knitting patterns which range from throws, accessories, baby blankets, clothing and home decoration. Don't worry if you are new to this, we have a range of easy crochet patterns and easy knitting patterns. To help you on your way and depending what mood you are in, Red Heart also has a store which you can purchase everything you need to create the projects which we have for you. Did you know that Red Heart won the Women’s Choice Award for Most Recommended Yarn Brand?

Recycle Tutorial – Making Of T-Shirt Yarn Another tutorial to help save our Mother Earth by turning unwanted items into something useful. This is the yarn ball I made out of an old T-shirt which I have been wearing for 10 years day-in day-out, wash-in wash-out. It finally broke down and tore at the collar and sleeves. I have finished making the drawstring bag as shown above. {CLICK HERE to get the Recycle Tutorial – Making Of T-Shirt Yarn.} Pages: 1 2 Print / Download PDF Crochet Boot Cuffs - B.hooked Crochet Free Pattern and Video Tutorial I have been working on a secret project for the past couple of weeks and I am so excited to finally reveal it. What I’ve been working on will turn any fall outfit into a statement; it challenges the way you think about Tunisian Crochet; they will be the conversation starter when you walk into the room; best of all, it’s completely free! Allow me to introduce to you the Reversible Tunisian Crochet Boot Cuffs. This post will be jam-packed with information and pictures. In addition to the video tutorial, I have also provided you with four separate color options even though the sky’s the limit. Reversible Tunisian Crochet Boot Cuffs Crochet Pattern by B. Please do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern without first obtaining my permission. This pattern is written in US crochet terms Gather your supplies… Purchase Your Supplies Online Recommended Color Combinations Abbreviations Ch – chainTss – tunisian simple stitchYO – yarn overSlst – slip stitch Pattern Notes

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