Here’s a little black owl to haunt your trees for Halloween. Too bad he’s much cuter than scary! This project is a pretty easy one if you can knit in the round on double pointed needles and know how to do basic increases and decreases. Owl Pattern Makes an owl that is 5″ tall (including the ears) and 4 1/2″ wide (not including the wingspan if you leave the wings free). Supplies 1 ball Chunky weight yarn. Gauge: 3 ½ stitches per inch knit in the round Gauge is not super important here, just keep in mind that is you have more stitches per inch you will have a smaller owl and if you have less stitches per inch you will have a bigger owl. Abbreviations k – knit kfb – knit front and back ssk – slip slip knit k2tog – knit 2 together Body You are knitting the body from the top down. Cast on 6 stitches. Cut off about a 12 inch tail. While still pulling tight so as not to lose your indent, tie the yarn in a small knot to the top of the owl. Ear (make 2) Pick up 3 stitches on one side of the head.
Owl Love You NecklaceHello lovely knitting people! Owls seem to be super hot right now, and I've been wanting to knit a necklace for a couple of weeks now, so I smashed the two ideas together, and came up with the "Owl Love You Necklace." I originally made it for myself, but my daughter Lilly has taken it over as her own. I don't mind though, it looks super cute on her. This pattern is a really quick knit. Also, Happy Anniversary to me and my hubby! If you want to buy a set for yourself, which I highly recommend that you do, click here. Size US 8 straight knitting needles2 Size US 8 DPNs for knitting I - CordVickie Howell's Hot Pink(ish) yarn, buy it hereLion Brand's Amazing Yarn in Mauna Loa, buy it hereScissorsThread and sewing needleTapestry NeedleYellow FeltGlue gun2 small sky blue buttonsBO - Bind offCO - Cast on DPNs - Double pointed needlesK - KnitKFB - Knit in the front and the back of same stitch P - PurlSts - StitchesWyib - With yarn in backWyif - With yarn in front I-cord The Owl Row 1: K3 1. 2. 3.
Crafty Tutorial: Super-Chunky Crocheted Infinity Scarf [Giveaway!] | What's For Dinner? | recipes and cookingBy popular demand, you can now download the PDF for this pattern here!!! I got a bunch of emails, comments, and tweets asking me to do a tutorial for the giant bulky infinity scarves I’ve been crocheting. Usually, when I get a request for something, even if it’s just one of you, I’ll go for it… So, this is my infinity scarf that I made for myself, though I haven’t worn it yet. It’s been far too warm for a big bulky scarf like this. This post was an entire weekend in the making. Before we get started, if you would like some simple background tutorials on basic crocheting, check out this one and this one. First, you’ll need to buy your yarn. To make the exact scarf I’m showing you, you’ll need 4 skeins of this yarn and an N-gauge hook. How do I know what gauge hook to use? Generally, a bigger hook will yield a bigger or looser stitch, and a smaller hook will make a smaller or tighter stitch. Start by making a slip knot at the end of your yarn, leaving a small tail. Do this 41 times.
the beekeeper's quilt pattern by tiny owl knitsThis pattern is available for $5.50 USD buy it now Wheee! The beekeeper’s quilt! Made of little stuffed honeycomb shaped puffy pockets. The hexipuffs are fun to make because they’re smushy, cute & feel like a little finished project all by themselves. wheeee I love tossing them in the basket! Oh yes, and they are knitted in the round ♥ I made a video blog with more info about them here: This project is most rewarding if you knit it “on the go.” Knit them while you are waiting in lines, waiting for dinner, talking to friends, in the car etc. and see how many you end up with. :) Pattern includes: lots of photos, photo tutorial on the quick, easy way to join the hexipuffs, full color charts for duplicate stitch flowers. ps. joining them is QUICK & EASY! (Also: Because of the way they are connected, if one gets damaged or stained, they can be lifted out easily 1 at a time to be replaced :) join the KAL (knit-a-long) buzzing along here!
Rocks DecorationWanna hear a little known fact about me? Once I tell you you'll all graduate to BFF status because only my closest of friends know this about me. Ok, here it goes... I LOVE rocks! Phew! Try it Like This: Where to Buy I generally try not to feature the same seller twice, but this seller just has some of the coolest things!
OwliesFree Owl Toy Knitting Pattern by Raynor Gellatly. Hoot Hoo! I'm back again with another freebie for you all. The original crochet pattern for little owlets was created by Brigitte Read over at Roman Sock she has gorgeous little creations and a few free crochet patterns for those you who crochet, that little mohair pomeranian is so sweet. So on to the pattern, Iused 7.5mm eyes from enami eyes for this little fellow (colour: grass green). Materials • Set of 3.25mm needles (UK size 10, US size 3) • Yarn needle • Toy stuffing • 7.5mm coloured safety eyes Yarn colours • Brown • Beige Yarn weight: Double knitting/ worsted weight Gauge: not important but make it tight so stuffing doesn’t show through Finished measurements: approx 2" tall and 2" wide Please click here for my copyright info Head CO 24 in brown 1-11. *NOTE this piece is sewn up so that the end toy has the wrong side (reverse stockinette stitch) side on the outside, so the end toy has a slight wavy look to it*
Brown Slippers « Crochet(Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!) I’ve just finished making these slippers. Making crocheted slippers is my addiction. Huge addiction. One of the best things in life. They are super cozy. And super warm. What I also like is this little detail. Actually, I am preparing a tutorial on how to make a cute little thing like this. So stay tuned. (Update: You can find the TUTORIAL here!) Oh, and there are more slippers like these to come. I have about 100 spare balls of yarn to use. Heaven!Simple knitjutsu: Tako MakiI was having one of those days where you don't want to touch your wips, but you really want to knit. I also, like most knitters, have way too much random yarn lying around. It was like: either deal with it and finish something or make something small and quick. Which in part inspired me to make this TP cozy. Materials - 1 ball of Caron simply soft quick (100% Acrylic/ 50 yd) in Blue Mint - 1 set of size US9 (5.5mm) double pointed needles - 2 buttons note: I used two different sizes - darning needle, sewing needle and thread Pattern - Cast on 56 stitches and separate evenly onto 4 dpns (14 stitches on each needle) - Work garter stitch for 4 rounds (knit one round, purl next round), ending on purl round - Work stockinette until piece measures 5 inches from the beginning. - Begin decrease round - Round 1 - on the first needle: knit 1, SK2P ( slip 1 stitch, knit two together, pass slipped stitch over). Repeat rounds 1&2 until there are 4 stitches left on each needle. For the legs (make 8)
Felt RoseHello everyone! Today I am going to share the last felt flower pattern, a lovely rose =] I am also very excited because for the first time I made a video tutorial, sadly Ken had the video camera so I had to make the video with my laptop, so I am sorry if I am a little far – I tried!! Next time I will practice and with the tripod and camera I am sure it will be easier =] Your color choice of felt (I used 3 9″x12″sheets in different colors, and used a little bit more than half for each flower)Thread, needle and scissors.Hot glue gun.Download the pattern in case you need it (You will find 4 different sizes for you to play with! ) **The download on the left is a PDF format file, so you will need to have Abobe Reader installed on your PC or MAC. You can see the pieces you will need to make one rose in the image above. I hope you all enjoy and let me know if you make some of these! * This tutorial is provided for personal use only. Tags: felt, felt flower, felt roses, pattern, Roses, tutorial
Seamus the Owl Knitting Pattern and TutorialI am writing today from an incredibly icy Johannesburg. Our temperatures have plummeted below 0 C and it’s been freezing cold here over the last few days. I must tell you, I cannot wait for Spring! I would like you to meet Seamus the Owl. Materials: 4mm circular needles I used hand spun for Seamus but DK wool would be perfect Sewing up needle Black fleece and a felting needle to needle felt his eyes and beak Fleece for stuffing Abbreviations: kfb: knit into the front and back of the stitch to increase dpns: double pointed needles knit 2 tog: knit 2 stitches together You can knit this pattern with the magic loop or just use dpns for knitting him in the round. Pattern: Cast on 12 stitches and join for knitting in the round with the magic loop or on dpns Round 1: Knit Round 2: kfb into each stitch (24 stitches) Round 3: kfb into each stitch (48 stitches) Round 4: Knit Round 5: Knit 12, (purl 1, knit 1) for 24 stitches, then knit to the end. Stuff Seamus, make sure the stuffing is nice and firm. Linda