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Stormy Seas Crochet Triangle Shawl I have been loving making shawls at the moment! And when I came across this colour way in the Caron Big Cakes, I couldn’t resist grabbing it for this triangle shawl crochet pattern. I never thought of myself as a shawl person, but this past winter I loved having one hanging around my reading and crochet chair. Blue Dress Those posts on all the decades were fun, but I felt before I delve into it next week that I would complete a dress I had planned on finishing for the Kids Clothes Week on Elsie Marley (but never did). I used Dana’s tutorial from MADE for the Shirt Dress. I liked it so much that I already have a dress shirt ready to cut up from the thrift store. I didn’t use a shirt, but just cut out some favorite fabric I had.

Waste Not, Want Not: A Rug for Millie Millie needed a soft, comfy place to lounge this fall and winter. She just did. So I found a beautiful rug in the new Pottery Barn catalogue and drooled over it for about half an hour. Knitting Skills: Knitting with Circular Needles Circular needles are a lot of fun to work with. They allow you to make bags and sweaters without seams, as well as other fun projects. But most patterns assume that people know how to work with circular needles, which can be intimidating for people who don't. What Are Circular Needles? Circular knitting needles can be made of most of the materials that straight knitting needles are made of: bamboo, metal, plastic and resin are the most popular materials.

One Skein, One Night, Seed Stitch Tall Cowl [ Easy, Free Knitting Pattern ] This is my free knitting pattern for a super simple, easy to knit seed stitch cowl. It uses one skein of yarn, and can be knitted up in one night, making it a perfect and affordable last-minute present! It’s knit in the round, so there’s no seaming at the end, and it’s really warm and cozy. Supplies: 1 skein, Bernat Roving yarn, in a light grey Size 13 circular needles (hat sized length) Darning needles, for weaving in ends Noowul Designs The Amore Wrap is a lovely, lacy, free crochet shawl pattern that uses just one ball of Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow Yarn. The open stitch pattern works up quickly and beautifully in these lovely gradient colors. This was my third time working with Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow yarn (addicted!). It’s a super soft and wonderfully draping acrylic/cotton blend that makes a shawl with just one ball.

Disappearing Nine-Patch: I-Spy Version Here's how to make an I-Spy version of the Disappearing Nine-Patch. It's SO EASY, but it looks like you spent FOREVER on it! I am assuming throughout this tutorial that you are familiar with the Disappearing Nine-Patch pattern -- I have previously posted specific step-by-step instructions on that quilt pattern, which you can find here. Crochet Pattern: Victorian/Steampunk Ruffled Spats 7.8K Flares7.8K Flares × Steampunk fashion draws largely from Victorian-era styles and designs. One item common between the two styles are spats, fabric cuffs that go over boots. This free crochet pattern will show you how to make a pair of ruffled spats that are perfect for adding to your own DIY steampunk outfit.

Knitting in the Round with 1 Circular Needle - How to Knit Tutorials from KnitPicks Let’s talk about working a tubular piece of knitting on a single circular needle. You will often hear this technique referred to as knitting in the round. This is an alternative to using 2 straight needles and having to sew a seam, or to using double pointed needles. Some of the benefits of using a single circular needle for round knitting are that you do not have to worry about misplacing one of your needles, you have fewer needle tips to keep track of, no seam to sew, and it is easier to handle a larger tube of knitting such as a sleeve, hat or body of a garment.

Cowl Scarf Pattern Knitting Pattern: Cowl Scarf Yarn Loop Yarn or similar fancy yarn thread, 150g Lace Yarn thread for sewing (optional, use only if the fancy yarn is difficult to sew)Tools Knitting Needle – 8mm Tapestry needleFinishing Size Approximate dimension: 21″ (W) x 16″ (L)Tension 9.5 sts and 18 rows to 4″ x 4″ [10cm x 10cm] on 8mm needles in Fisherman Ribs Stitch. Always perform a test gauge to check you tension for best result.Abbreviations k – knit p – purl k1b – knit 1 below st(s) – stitch(es)Fisherman Ribs Stitch Cast On multiple of 2 sts Row 1 – knit all stitches Row 2 – p1, *k1b, p1* rep from * to last st, k1b. Repeat Row 2 until you reach the desired length.Scarf Pattern: Please refer the step photos below for the details.You may watch this video made by New Stitch A Day for tutorial on how to knit Fisherman Ribs Stitch.

Sunset Garden Shawl... Free Crochet Pattern!!! - ............Beatrice Ryan Designs............ The Sunset Garden Shawl is an easy pattern repeat project! Using a bulky yarn, this project works up quickly. The perfect fashion accessory to wear on a cool afternoon walk in your garden! Quick Tip: 1/4" Double-Turn Clean Finished Corner - Sew4Home Finishing the corners when you're making a narrow hem can be a challenge. Making a perfect 90˚ fold at each corner is one option, and often will work just fine. However, it can be tough to keep your raw edges tucked in, and bulky or slippery fabrics can cause you fits. Instead, try our Quick Tip: nine, simple steps to a clean finished corner. This sample was made for a napkin project, but you can use it anytime you need a narrow hemmed corner. Along all edges, turn right side under 1/4" and press well.Turn another 1/4" all around and press well.Unfold both 1/4" turns so your fabric lays flat.

How to knit with one circular Topics on this page: How to knit with a circular needle: in the round Why does my stockinette stitch now look like garter stitch? How to knit with a circular needle: flat How to knit a faux in-the-round swatch Butterfly Shawl Crochet Pattern - Butterfly Ripple Shawl – Crochet Shawl - Free Crochet Pattern - Meladora's Creations This Butterfly Shawl really looks like a Butterfly! If I only knew that this Yarn Cake was going to crochet out like this, I would have used it much earlier! Wow the colors of this Yarn Cake really gives it more of that Butterfly look and feel. Don’t you think? The idea behind this design was from the fact that I like ripple stitches and I thought it would be awesome to have a Butterfly Shawl using smaller more defined ripples,but it kept changing the shape of the shawl to much away from a Butterfly, so I scraped it. Then I thought maybe I could use the stitches themselves to make it look like a ripple without actually changing the shape and this is what I came up with.

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