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Vi vet at mange av våre følgere har pakka strikketøyet og gjort seg klar for ferie. Om du enda ikke har påskestrikketøyet klart minner vi om PÅSKELOTTERIET vårt som varer tom 16.april. Der kan du får refundert hele kjøpesummen, og vi pakker og sender helt fram til Skjærtorsdag. SKAL DU TIL OSLO? Da kan du besøke oss. Vi har åpent fra 11-18 til og med onsdag og 10-16 påskeaften.

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Puff Daddy - selles tricot - sans modèle de tricot Puff is the Norwegian word for stool. We really liked the pouf from Christien Meinderstsma, but it´s way out of our price range. This simple pattern for a knitted stool has much thinner yarn, but the budget is just as thin;) Nice to rest your legs on, and very popular for the kids. What we used:Eskimo, 18 balls (Or yarn suitable for US #13 needles)Acrylic yarn would probably be a really good alternative, as it´s a piece of furnitureUS #19 circular needles2 cheap duves (feather and down) How we did it:Cast on 35 stitches using three threads.Knit the garter stitch until you´ve knitted all the balls, and there is just enough yarn left to asseble the stool. You now have ONE rectangular piece.Cast off loosely.

resurrection fern well i have better night vision, my hearing has improved and my nose is cuter and wiggles i guess that is what happens when you eat like a rabbit :) But really since eating a diet of almost entirely plant based nutritious foods for about 7 weeks now has had some significant effects of me. I feel stronger, have more mental clarity, sleep longer and more soundly, wake up refreshed and ready to face the day. I have less joint pain and stiffness. I have been told my skin is glowing and I have noticed my hair is healthier.

contiguous [the series 7] seelie pattern : seelie by me yarn : recycled cotton (white) needles : us 8 Spud & Chloë — Blog You may recall that we released a collection of three free patterns in conjunction with Vogue Knitting this past August. With the holidays coming up, I thought it may be a good idea to share these freebies again and change them up a bit for winter. A two hank wonder! Originally, we designed the Chinese Lantern Hat in Buoy #7219, but it looks equally lovely in Sugar Plum #7221. This two-hank wonder is quick holiday knitting on size 10 (6.5mm) needles. And with the Chinese Lantern Knitalong, filled with tons of descriptive photos, you won’t have any questions as you speed through this design.

Modèles de tricot japonais After doing all those conversion of measurements the other day for the Sleeveless Sweater Vest, I've been thinking about how to apply the measurements to a top that will fit me. I've decided to go with 2 inches of ease for a total of 42 inches at the bust. This works out to approximately 107 centimeters around or around 53 centimeters for the front and the back. I'll round up to 108 and 54 because I like even numbers. The original pattern size is 92 centimeters around and 46 centimeters for the front and back.

Half-Assed Patterns » Serpentina Serpentina You need this scarf. Yup. You really do. guide to free online knitting resources » whip up There have been a few staple online mags and resources on the scene for a while, but with new mags popping up here and there I thought I would try to do a bit of of a roundup and see how many I could find. If you know of any more please comment. image: ‘lakeside’ lacy knee high socks from knotions magazine knitty.com – quarterly knitting magazine with patterns and articles ravelry.com - online knitting community – patterns, forums, wiki, and more twist collective – new online mag with some really nice patterns [only a few free patterns] and articles knotions - new online mag with some really cute patterns the inside loop UK based mag – small range of nice patterns teen knitter magazine – downloadable PDF – written by teens for teens. Print magazines or yarn stores with a free online pattern section. other fibre craft online mags spindlicity – for spinners weavezine – for weavers crochet uncut – new crochet mag crochet me joy of handspinning – for spinners

low-cost bamboo housing in vietnam by H&P architects apr 08, 2013 low cost bamboo housing in vietnam by H&P architects vietnamese low cost housing by H&P architectssix member family The Addictive Baby Blanket « Ribbed For Your Pleasure Designed by solmama April 2009 After knitting Mimi Davis’ One Row Blanket De La Harlot and finding out that a good number of my friends have babies on the way, I was inspired to write my own baby blanket pattern. I wanted an easy stitch pattern to remember that looked pretty with both solid and variegated yarns, so I looked at all of the beautiful ravelry FOs for my Slide Step Rib Cloth. This blanket pattern was born. Knit by my fantastic test knitter and editor Anne :-D You can check her out on ravelry as annesknitting.

The Incredible, Custom-fit Raglan Sweater A simple, fill-in-the-blanks method for making the incredible, custom-fit raglan--the sweater that is knit from the neck down in one piece, to fit anybody! By Pamela Costello, St. Paul, Minnesota Introduction The incredible, custom-fit raglan is a sweater knit from the neck down in a single piece on circular needles, and it can be made to fit any size from infant to adult. It can be easily adapted to become a cardigan, crew-neck or V-neck.

I love this site! They have great free patterns and it's the only place I know where I can purchase abuelita yarn. by thedice Feb 23

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