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Un maxi snood pour l'hiver #2

Un maxi snood pour l'hiver #2

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Carole Barenys Free Baby Knits, Sweaters, Booties, Blankets All images and patterns in this page ©Carole Barenys. Do not sell pattern or blankets made from it. For your personal use and charity knitting only. This notice must appear with printouts of this pattern. Travelling the world… and much more FINALLY it is ready for you to start knitting! After a long quest the Hunger Games cowl, now called Katniss Cowl is uploaded as a pdf download to ravelry because I realised it would be very very difficult to have it here nicely formated and everything and I guess you would like to print it easily too. Here you used find a photo tutorial on how to do the roped collar. This post has moved to my new blog here. Like this:

Levi’s Baby Blanket Levi’s Baby Blanket About the pattern: Levi’s Baby Blanket is based around the theme of three, which is personal to Levi’s family and also represents Father, Mother and new baby. I chose three cable patterns for the blanket: a central heart motif repeated three times, a cable that suggested to me a baby cradled between parents, and a simple three-strand braid. Each cable motif is set off by a “gutter” of three stitches worked in reverse stockinette.

Sylvia’s Huntress Lopi cowl, aka Katniss Everdeen… « Tricoteuse d'Islande Katniss Everdeen’s cowl in the Hunger Games – Catching Fire was designed by Los Angeles based knitwear designer Maria Dora. It is a deep blue asymetrical cowl from one of her knitwear collection that led her to collaborate with fashion designer Trish Summerville, the Capitol costumes designer, on a new cowl, very rustic and handwoven. Soon, you could find many lookalike and some knitted/crocheted patterns (with the copyright issues that this may cause). For Öskudagur (an Icelandic carnaval via Denmark), Sylvia wanted to be Katniss, so I improvised a cowl for her: I used Bulky Lopi double with the biggest circular needle I could find (12mm/US 17) and knitted very very loose. Herringbone stitch, short rows, steeks (yes, you can steek double Bulky!)

Cotton-Ease Baby Blanket This past summer, I wanted to make something special for a friend who was having ababy. I was kind of itching to make a blanket, but I wanted something classic looking and gender neutral, with no pastels or frills. I was having an amazingly difficult time finding what I wanted, so I cobbled together some ideas and made a go of it on my own. It's nothing revolutionary- just mitered squares- but I posted the result on the Lion Brand website and have gotten quite a few requests for the pattern, so I thought I'd post it here for reference.

slippers During my christmas holiday I finally took my time to crochet some slippers for my cold feet and they not only turned out really cute and comfy but also took me just some hours to finish. With a small trick I also made them anti-slippery! (No more gliding around with your homemade shoes.) So if you have some spare time this frosty weekend here you go: some instructions and free pattern for the cutest and warmest slipper on earth! Cute Mint Slippers and the Anti-slippery Trick(Klick hier für Deutsch) Slippers

Tea Party for Norah in A-Series DK06 : DK Weight 8 Ply 0 item(s) just added Subtotal: <div id="productImageCaption"><a href=" target="PopupImage"> view larger image </a></div> Sale Our price: Seed Stitch Mittens and Hand Warmers Many of us would agree, I think, that seed stitch is one of knitting’s most refined patterns, as elegant as Grace Kelly and as classic as argyle. But what may go a little under appreciated is the feel of seed stitch. A firm seed stitch has a wonderfully satisfying texture, like warm pebbles on a garden path or like crisp kernels on a sweet cob of corn. In the dark, I’d take a swatch of seed stitch over stockinette any day!

50 DIY Scarves, Hats + Gloves to Keep You Warm Staying warm in winter can be a challenge. But not if you’re a DIY kind of gal! Depending on your craftiness level, you can put together cozy accessories that keep you warm from head to toe. If you can knit, we’ve got loads of patterns for you. If you know how to use a sewing machine, then you’re definitely in luck.