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: Bear's Rainbow Blanket Like many parents, I soon discovered after having a baby that I'd never actually been busy before. Basic things like taking showers and returning phone calls suddenly seemed overrated. But for me, one thing that has never been dispensable is crafting things for my son, Bear. I'm not saying that I sit around for hours, dreamily stitching away. No, it's more like a stolen moment here and a quick minute there; a few squares at jury duty, a couple more in a waiting room, and two years later a blanket is born! As drawn out as the process was, making Bear's Rainbow Blanket was always an exhilarating ride.
Bataclava Knitting Pattern: Make Your Own Batman Cowl Hat If you use this pattern, please do not sell the finished hat. Make a Batman cowl hat for you or the Bat-fan in your life! It’s an adult-sized hat, I don’t have any stray children around to make one to fit a smaller head, but you’re welcome to adapt it to fit a junior bat-fan. For more pictures, check here and here. Materials 1 ball of 100gr Worsted weight wool in a dark colour (mine was navy simply because I had a lot of that lying around, black would e good, even purple would be fun for the Adam West look!)
Morgan - Fall 2008 CROWN CO 8 sts. Place 4 sts on each needle and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. After the first 1 or 2 rounds, place safety pin or split ring marker in work to indicate beginning of round. Note: Crown increases are planned in such a way that no regular lines of increases are formed. Round 1: K all sts. lovely leaves. Being a camp counselor this summer at a non arts camps has resurfaced the truth about my skills when it comes to sports. I can't play them. Any of them. I'm the counselor that gets help from a ten year old when it comes to learning my forehand in tennis. I'll tell you what I am good at, though: friendship bracelets. Mary Jane Slippers When I was seven I relished any chance I could get to wear my black patent leather Mary Jane's. No event was too insignificant! Now I like to shuffle around my apartment in these knit slippers reminiscent of the classic style.
Basic Earflap Hat « Otherwise known as FO #93. I had a skein of Pastaza in my stash that I didn’t know what to do with, and I’d toyed with knitting hats to send to this program in the fall. I relied heavily on this pattern when I started knitting earflap hats, but I changed up a few things and rarely use a pattern any more….but I wrote this one down as I knit it up. (Note that in the pictured hat, the earflaps are 4″ and the main part of the hat is 4″. I changed the pattern to reflect what I discovered when finished — the flaps are a bit too long, and the length would be better used as part of the hat proper.) All Wrapped Up All of the snow we've been getting lately has inspired me to write a new pattern. I can't have enough headbands -- and this one has a bow! Description: A headband/earwarmer worked flat using short rows to accomplish shaping. NOTE: wrap stitches if you want to avoid holes in your knitting that come from knitting short rows.
Two-Color Cowl We have a long history of knitted cowls here at the Purl Bee, but this is actually our very first crocheted cowl! It's an omission we are happy to finally correct because crochet lends itself so beautifully to pretty stitch patterns and easy tube shapes. Inspired by Joelle's amazing Granny Stripe Blanket, I love the gentle texture of this pattern, like shimmering fish scales or the delicate inside of a sunflower. NeedleLite Lighted Knitting Needles and Crochet Hooks Like to knit in bed/in the dark/in the car/around a bonfire? NeedleLite knitting needles are the needles for you! Not only do they light up, they also look like the crafty love children of a lightsaber and a knitting needle, so using them will up your geek cred by at least a magnitude of 10.
Alabaster Shawl - free pattern - Elan Knits Hi to everyone visiting from simple knits, my shawl pattern will be on my free patterns page soon but I thought I'd post it here in case you'd like it today. Alabaster Shawl Skill level Recommended for beginner knitters. Finished size One size fits all. Top width: 134.5cm/53 inches Length at center back: 91.5cm/36 inches Materials and tools · 4, 50g/ 1.75 oz balls (100m/109 yds) Sunbeam Paris Mohair (81% mohair, 11% wool, 8% nylon) in clour #1101 White · One pair or one circular 6.50 mm (US 10.5) needle(s) or size required to obtain gauge given below · 2 stitch markers