Free Knitting Pattern Chart Printable Templates Free Knitting Pattern Chart Printable Templates This is my 100th post! To celebrate, I wanted to do something nice and share something useful with my readers. I’ve noticed that by far my most popular post has been my review of the free online chart creation tool of Chart Minder. I still like this tool, and used it a good bit when I was taking my first steps creating patterns, though I’ve since moved on with the purchase of the excellent Stitch Mastery software package.
Tricot à partir de votre cachette: tirer le meilleur parti de votre fils! While most people spend the first few weeks of January thinking about diet- and exercise-related resolutions for the new year, we knitters have all resolved to buy less yarn and to knit only from our stashes. Am I right? You did, didn’t you? Of course, like all resolutions, these intentions will be abandoned by March 1; however, while we dig around in and rediscover our lovely stashes, I thought I would put together a quick tutorial on how to use up every last bit of sock yarn, for the stashbusting inclined. I love to knit from my stash, and not because it’s a great haul. I do not own many highly coveted yarns; rather, my stash is full of prickly, workhorse, go-to yarns like Berroco Ultra Alpaca, Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, and Harrisville Designs New England Shetland.
Recycled Fashion It isn't too often that a Mother of a young child gets the opportunity to indulge in a little weekend shopping with her best friends followed by an exquisite high tea, both of which were on my agenda this past weekend. On Saturday, a group of us I hit the Op Shops for a morning of recycled shopping and coffee stops. We had so much fun together, picked up a bargain or two and found a few oddities along the way. The award for the weirdest find of the day; a bouncy ball chair on wheels. Luscious One Skein Cowl Recently, I was lucky enough to get my hands on a skein of Lion Brand’s new yarn Unique, in the Grapevine colorway. And it was so yummy I couldn’t wait to turn it into a new pattern! The Luscious One Skein Cowl can be made in just one evening, and I think it’s going to be a staple in my wardrobe – as soon as we get some Fall weather to go with it! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links.
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Nouvelle ligne outil de tricotage: taille Calculator Shaping So it's Friday. It's Spring. Don't you think we all deserve a little teensy goodie today? Yup. We do. Recycled Fashion: Refashioned Sweater Skirt and Legwarmers Following on from last week's sweater skirt inspiration, I found a great second hand knit in Salvos for $6 which turned out to be perfect for this refashion project. I did touch on a moment of guilt, cutting into an otherwise completely wearable garment. Having said that, when I located a store label inside the jumper marked as 'poly-knit', I didn't feel as bad as I would have done cutting into a home knitted jumper.
Crochet: Learning: The Spike Stitch - Photo Tutorial ❥ 4U // hf mystra Crochet Yoyo Flower - Photo Tutorial ❥ 4U // hf idea Shiny Crochet Headband - Tutorial ❥ 4U // hf Shiny Turtlegirl's Bloggy Thing » Blog Archive » Tutorial: Twister Garter Cuff/Edging Nov 4th, 2010 by turtlegirl76 When I was putting together the Breaking Hearts Sock pattern, I wanted to find a good reference for knitters to go to for the twisted garter cuff. I was surprised to find that there’s really nothing out there other than the google books preview of the tutorial from The Sock Knitter’s Workshop (excellent book.
Knitting Graph Paper Have you ever tried to design a knitting chart using commercially available graph paper, only to knit it up and find the proportions are all wrong? This is because knitting stitches are not square but commercially available graph paper is! The answer is my special charting paper. The ‘squares’ are rectangular just like knitting stitches. In addition every 5 stitches are marked off with a heavier line so it’s very easy to count where you are when following a pattern. I have created 2 different ratios to accommodate most knitting situations.