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Authentic Knitting board - Adjustable Knitting Boards, patterns,

Authentic Knitting board - Adjustable Knitting Boards, patterns,
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making your own loom You don't have to spend a lot of money to get into looming. Round looms can be built easily from tin cans and rakes and knitting boards can be make from 2x2. Simply use nails or cotter pins for the pegs. The gauge of the loom is determined by the distance between the pegs, measured from the center of the pegs. Use the table below to help you create the gauge loom that you are interested in: Have fun building your loom and good luck! A spool knitter is a small round loom that can be used to create a knitted fabric. How to make your own loom from a tin can. Created by Odette Riley, this blueprint will get you on your way to making your own fine gauge adjustable loom. Created by Dick Robinson, these instructions will guide you through making a knitting board. His site is no longer available but you can access it from The Wayback Machine. All I had was a verbal description, 20" long with nails 1/2" apart and a 1" hole (gap) in the middle.

51-English free crochet flower patterns and doily doilies tutorial how to creative with cotton yarns alpacayarn yarn wool knittingyarn cotton merinoyarn woolyarn cottonyarn knittingwool Crocheted flowers are the ultimate decoration. Quick to create and they add stylish flair to any hat, sweater, cardigan or bag. Here's how to make just one crocheted flower crochet a flower. For lots of granny square patterns go to my granny square and triangle page. Crocheted appliqués are popular for sewing as embellishments to purses or clothes. Flowers make the perfect embellishments for hats, bags, ponchos, sweaters, cardigans, baby blankets, scarves, shawls and more! hether you use scrap yarn, a treasured yarn from your stash or some of ribbon, this webpage of flower patterns will provide useful material and is sure to become a staple in your pattern collection for years to come. Use the size patterns with the charted crochet symbol patterns, on women patterns page For crochet patterns for woman, babies, toddlers and children in text go to crochet patterns Parallelogram Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon

Loom Review: All n One from Authentic Knitting Board or All-n-One, how to, How to Make an Easy Knitting Loom (Tutorial) This tutorial is now available in PDF format. The Most Versatile Portable and Easy to Use Knitting Loom Ever NOTE: I have put together a starter kit with 16-64 pegs, rubberbands and spacer beads. Just email me at the address is in my profile for details. You'll need the following to create your own flexible loom: - Pegs Any of the following will work: Pick-up Sticks (fine - small gauge)Swizzel/cocktail stirring sticks (medium - large)Pencils or Ball-point Pen barrels (large - extra large) - Small Rubberbands - Spacers - optional. - Knitting Tool - optional. - Wooden dowels or pen barrels - optional for Double-Knit. Here is what I used for my current loom: *******************************************Here is my current loom being used as a knitting board to knit a scarf in a mix of e-wrap and double-knit. To read/see more of it's progress, click here. I've been experimenting with different materials to make a finer gauge knitting loom for socks. Read/See more about this loom experiment, click here.

Crocheter Facile » Blog Archive » Tutoriel du Crochet Amigurumi L’Amigurumi est une technique Japonaise qui signifie crocheter ou tricoter des poupées. Peut-être avez vous déjà eu des problèmes avec cette technique si vous avez essayé de l’apprendre dans la décennie précédente. Pourquoi ? Parce que tout le monde ne peut pas lire et comprendre le Japonais. Mais maintenant, grâce à Internet, tout devient accessible. L’Amigurumi est le style de crochet le plus versatile, car il vous permet de faire les plus beaux motifs de poupées, d’animaux, de silhouette et de jouets. Je vais donc ici vous apprendre comment faire. Un crochet, de la laine (Camel Brown et Noir), du rembourrage en polyester et une auiguille à tapisserie et du fil. . TÊTE:2 chainettes, 4 mailles serrée dans la 2nde (depuis le crochet) chainette. 1 chainette, 2 mailles serrée dans chaque maille serrée (donc 8 mailles serrée). Joignez. 1 chainette, *1 maille serrée dans chaque maille serrée suivante, 2 mailles serrée dans la maille serrée suivante*. Rembourrez. Joignez.

Loom Knitting Cast On Series: E-wrap Wood knitting looms, knitting boards, loom Home > Wood Looms > Hat Looms > Hat Looms Regular Gauge (RG) The regular gauge (RG) hat knitting looms are perfect to be used with 2 strands of WW 4-ply yarn and knit the double stitch, providing you with a tight stitch. Note: 5 Different hat sizes available: Adult-recommended for males. Youth-recommended for adult females youth. Child: toddlers Baby: recommended for 3 mos to 1 year old Infant: Newborn All items come with basic set of instructions. 1/2 inch spacing from center to center of peg (approx) Browse for more products in the same category as this item: Wood Looms > Hat Looms Share your knowledge of this product with other customers... Company Info | Advertising | Product Index | Category Index | Help | Terms of Use Copyright © 2011 Decor Accents.

Joining Granny Squares When I join my Granny Squares together I always choose to crochet them rather than stitch them. Its just the way that appeals to me, although many of my hooking buddies prefer the stitching method. I guess it's a personal preference. And as many of you have asked me to supply this information, here you have it :: my take on joining the Grannies, in usual Attic24 style with waaaaay too many pictures I suspect. Ok, firstly put your two squares together, Right Sides together. So your hook goes through the outside loop of the square nearest to you.... ...then through the outside loop of the square farthest away. Start at the right hand corner, you are working right to left. Put hook through OUTSIDE LOOPS of the corner stitches, and hook your yarn through both loops. (Note :: I am using a contrasting red yarn here to join so you can see it easily, but best to use a matching colour. You will be making a SLIP STITCH. You end up making a little slip stitch chain, pictured above. xx Thank you xx

The Lost Art of Knitting Nancies THE LOST ART OF KNITTING NANCYS Pictures and instructions on how to make and use them (Viewed best in Internet Explorer. Some other browsrs may not be able to open the image files. Click on main site to browse 70 other topics ranging from exotic kaleidoscope designs to the strange world of lucid dreaming. Whether you call them Knitting Nancys, Bizzy Lizzys, knitting mushrooms, knitting spools, corkers, peg knitters, knitting nobbys (or knitting noddys) or knitting knobbys, these knitting devices all owe their existence to the medieval lucet. It's used by threading yarn through the hole then in a figure eight around the prongs. Knitting Nancys are four-prong variants of the lucet. Versions like the one pictured above used to be made out of wooden thread spools, something difficult to do in these modern times since thread spools are now plastic. Yarn is fed down through the hole and left to hang. Repeat the process of carrying a loop over a nail 400 times and you'll have a foot of braid.

The serial crocheteuses n°162 - Un Sac au Crochet - Jiji Hook Trop contente d’héberger les Serial Crocheteuses à mon tour cette semaine, merci Isabelle ! Je vous propose de faire un Sac au Crochet, du style, forme, couleur et taille que vous voudrez. Je file commencer le mien, il y a du boulot ^^ Petit Rappel du Règlement pour toutes celles qui voudront participer : « Chaque semaine, un défi. • Un défi est lancé chaque vendredi matin à 8 h. • Le défi consiste à crocheter un ouvrage sur le thème donné avant le jeudi suivant à 19 h. • L’ouvrage doit être inédit, c’est-à-dire qu’il ne faut pas se contenter de suivre un modèle. • Chaque participant-e doit avoir à cœur d’aller visiter le blog des autres participant-e-s et d’y laisser un commentaire (sincère, mais toujours bienveillant). • Chaque vendredi matin à 8 h, les résultats du défi passé sont publiés (ce sont les « Coups de cœur ») et le thème du nouveau défi est donné. • Photographiez votre réalisation et recadrez le cliché de façon à obtenir un fichier JPEG carré. - vers le musée des SC.

Rake Knitting Pattern, make your own knitting loom, loom project "Make your own knitting rakes" This is a rake knitting pattern I am working on for this home made knitting loom. It is a hoodie for a doll. Sometimes we want to use a smaller loom than the Knifty Knitter loom and this is what we came up with. Knitting looms Most small gauge knitting looms can be rather expensive so my son in law threw this one together for me. The finished one is still to come. Po' Folks Loom Size I call this my “Po' Folks Loom”. The board is about 12 inches long. As you can see the pegs are not in a straight row, but they are evenly spaced at 3/8 inch. Loom projects I used 4 ply yarn on this doll hoodie. The fabric this loom created was great. So I guess the bottom line is. So there you have it, my “Po' Folks Loom” Have fun. Knit loom ideas and patterns "Looney for Looms" Book 1. Patterns include baby sweaters, dog sweaters, slippers, caps, hats, American Girl Doll clothes and much more. Rake Knitting Pattern to Looms

Granny bolero/granny vestje En zo is het uiteindelijk geworden.... na eerst de granny's gehaakt te hebben en heb ik voordat ik de kraag er aan haakte met de slipstitch ....... eerst een rand rondom gehaakt, oplopend van boven naar beneden met halve vasten,vasten, halve stokjes, stokjes en dubbele stokjes. Leuk om van de winter mijn simpele korte zwartje jurkje mee op te pimpen, paar blauw/turquoise of paarse kousen eronder en hoppa! Ik moet alleen nog beslissen of ik er een knoop of i.d. aan maak, of gewoon los laat hangen.... Ik heb zoals ik al eerder schreef, als een blinde kip gehaakt, niets opgeschreven en het lukte nog ook:)

Mon gros snood gris au point de riz Ouais je suis d’jeuns, je suis ultra branchouille et ultra hype alors je dis « snood » et non « col », ça fait vachement mieux ! Et ouais, j’me la pète à mort et c’est comme ça ! Euh… non en fait, c’est pas vraiment ça mais le résultat est là, j’ai fini de tricoter mon gros col au point de riz qui tient bien chaud et j’en suis super contente. D’ailleurs, je regretterai presque que le soleil soit à nouveau parmi nous et que le thermomètre affiche des températures plus élevées… Hé oh ! C’est bon ! On s’emballe pas, j’ai dis PRESQUE ! Mais bon, pour en revenir au sujet de l’article, voici les photos de la bestiole (j’aime bien dire bestiole pour toutes les choses qui m’entourent, c’est pas ma faute alors pas taper). Comme vous l’avez remarqué ou pas d’ailleurs car il y en a qui sont peut-être encore endormi à l’heure où ils lisent cet article, je suis habillée de la même façon que pour les photos du châle. 1- T’as utilisé quelle laine ? 2- Tu peux nous filer le patron ?

Le blog de mes ouvrages - Tricoter des vêtements, faire du crochet (vêtements, rideaux, tapis...) et faire de la broderie en inventant les diagrammes et des modèles, voici mes petites occupations. Je m'essaie à de nouvelles techniques de manière autodidac