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It's a hat with owls! Yay! This is for my brother, whose mangyle will never be done. Certainly not for christmas. Who? Materials:1 ball Nashua Creative Focus (I used half)size 6 circular needle and dpns (or however you want to do it)stitch marker4 small buttons for eyes (optional, you can use more, less, or none at all) sewing needle and thread Sizes:infant (child, adult) Note about sizing: I've only tested the adult size, please let me know about any problems with the smaller size and I'll be happy to fix them. Abbreviations:C4F: slip two sts onto cable needle and hold in front, k2, k2 from cable neeedleC4B: slip two sts onto cable needle and hold in back, k2, k2 from cable needle Directions:Cast on 92 (100, 112) sts, join in round and work in 2x2 ribbing for 1 inch.Switch to stockinette and work for 5 rounds, decreasing 4(1,2) sts evenly spaced in row 3. 88(99, 110) sts. Work 19 rows of owl cable pattern over all sts.Knit 1 or more rows and increase 0(5,2) sts. 88 (104, 112) sts. Related:  Knitting

Knotty but Nice hat - Knitty: Winter 2009 DIRECTIONS Using circular needle, CO 120 sts. Place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Round 1: P1, k2, [p2, k2] to last st, p1. Work Rounds 1-29 of chart. Work 7 rounds 2x2 Rib. Switching to double-point needles when necessary, shape crown as follows. Break yarn, leaving a tail. Summer 2007 Using US #6/4mm needle, CO 133[144] sts, placing a marker every 22[24] sts. Note: For the smaller size only, there will be 23 sts after the last marker, instead of 22. Also for the smaller size only, omit the yo at the beginning of the first row. K1 instead. Work Row 1 of chart pattern using US #2/2.75mm circular needle. Work Rounds 2-10 of chart pattern. Round 11: Remove marker, k1, replace marker, work Round 11 of chart pattern. Work Rounds 12-13 of chart pattern. Round 14: Remove marker, k1, replace marker, work Round 14 of chart pattern. Work Rounds 15-16 of chart pattern. Round 17: [K7; (drop 2 wraps from W3 and slip remaining wrap to right needle) 3 times, k to marker] 6 times. 108[126] sts.At this point, the sts which had been wrapped 3 times in Round 16 will look very long and loose. Rounds 18-23: [K7, sl 3 elongated sts, k to marker] 6 times. Brim pattern is complete.

creature comforts cardi pattern by Madelinetosh NOTE :: VERSION 3 of this pattern has been released which includes a correction for row 21 of the cable chart for the optional cable panel. A NOTE on READING THE CABLE CHARTS: The cable panel increases in st count as it is worked, and then decreases again. It starts with 38 sts and increases from there. Disregard the grey boxes as they are non-sts that the panel increases into. Choose to follow either the chart or the written instructions; if the chart is confusing, use the written instructions only. if you have not received the update email me at info@madelinetosh.com. This shrug is knit flat and seamed to create armholes. Sizes :: to fit chest size :: 30-34, (34-38, 38-42, 42-46, 46-50)” (86.4, 91.4, 101.6, 107, 117, 122 cm). An oversized, cozy cardigan with optional cable panel and clean lines, this pattern is written for each knitter to personalize and make ones own by choosing the elements you would like to add or subtract. tosh vintage in colorway silver fox pictured on model.

Fish Hat - Winter 2008 Using desired color for fish lips, CO 90 sts onto double-point needles. Divide sts between needles and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Once first few rounds have been worked, place safety pin or split ring marker in work to indicate beginning of round. Work in stockinette st until work measures 1.5 inches. Break color used for lips and join desired color for head. Shape Mouth: Mouth is shaped using short rows. Shape Body: Continue as follows, changing colors as desired. Work 4.75 inches in stockinette st. Tail: K 3 rounds. Row 1 [RS]: [K1, kfb] 5 times, k1. 16 sts. Replace held sts on needle and rejoin yarn with RS facing. Dorsal Fin: Lay hat flat, so that longest parts of short-rowed fish mouth are at center, and shortest parts are at side folds. K 1 row. Pectoral Fins: Mark a column of sts at each side of hat, centered over shortest parts of short-rowed fish mouth. K 1 row.

editorial spring 06 Note: To make this pattern easier to understand, the predominantly yellow (MC) side will be called the RS, and the predominantly black (CC) side will be called the WS. CO 48 stitches using CC. I recommend using a cable cast on, but a tubular cast on is also nice for double knitting. Now it's time to add the second color, and work the first row. You will have to get used to holding both yarns at once. The first row is worked entirely in MC on the RS, and CC on the WS. You should have what looks like the first row of 1x1 rib, but with the purled stitches in a different color from the knitted ones. Turn the work, so the WS is facing. You have just worked 2 rows in double-knit stockinette stitch, with one side (RS) worked in MC, and one side (WS) in CC. Begin Chart Pattern: When working from this chart, the odd-numbered rows will be RS rows, and the even-numbered rows will be WS rows. Work through all rows of the chart, then repeat rows 97-102 until the scarf is the desired length.

Easy Buttons Cowl [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Offer Forms We allow third-party companies to serve ads and/or collect certain anonymous information when you visit our Web site. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

AZURE KNITS BLOG: Free Pattern! Quick Cable Slouch Hat//Hat constructions This is a pattern I had made to teach my student how to make her first cabled hat, so I made sure it was not intimidating. Very quick to knit, so great for gifts. I have used a bulky alpaca yarn so it had a fair drape and a pom-pom was too heavy, but it may work better if you use wool. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*Note*I have originally posted and recommended size #10 needles for the body, but it seems like many people have been getting a less slouchy result. Materials Needed: US7 or 8 for Brim US10 or 11 for Body (NOTE : I had used #8 and #11, and the body was pretty big so I felted down a little. For either, DPN, fixed 16" Circular, Using 32"+ needles to work in Magic loop is your choice. I used Cascade Yarns Baby Alpaca Chunky. Directions: Cast on 72st using smaller needles. 2x2 rib for AT LEAST 10 rows in Main Color. Increase row : Repeat *K3M1* (96st) Change to the bigger needle. Establishing rows: Row1, 2 and 3) P2, K6, P2, K6 Row 4) P2, T6F, P2, K6 Decrease section:

Trilobite - Knitty, Summer 2009 Chart: The chart for this pattern fits on a letter-sized page. Click here and print. 1x1 Rib (Worked in the round over an even number of sts): All rounds: [K1, p1] to end. C2B: Sl 1 to cable needle and hold to back of work, k1 from left needle, k1 from cable needle. C2F: Sl 1 to cable needle and hold to front of work, k1 from left needle, k1 from cable needle. C2BP: Sl 1 to cable needle and hold to back of work, k1 from left needle, p1 from cable needle. C2FP: Sl 1 to cable needle and hold to front of work, p1 from left needle, k1 from cable needle. C3BP: Sl 2 to cable needle and hold to back of work, k1 from left needle, p2 from cable needle. C3FP: Sl 1 to cable needle and hold to front of work, p2 from left needle, k1 from cable needle. k3tog: Knit 3 together. 2 sts decreased. Make bobble: Knit into front, then back, then front again, of next st: 1 st increased to 3 sts. p2tog tbl: Purl 2 together through back loops. 1 st decreased.

Owl Cowl [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

Dwarven Battle Bonnet pattern by Sally Pointer/ Wicked Woollens *NEW! A lot of people are asking me for the modifiations with cables, bobbles, ‘spectacle helm’ and a ribbed beard. This has now been written up as a new version ‘Dwarven Battle Bonnet 2’ which is also top down construction and desn’t necessarily need fulling. Do check that out too before you buy the pattern, see which one you prefer! Sally April 2012* By popular request, here are instructions for the Dwarven Battle Bonnet. Gauge is pretty approximate, this is a very forgiving pattern to knit, but the pattern as given does assume you will be fulling the hat to shrink it. Everyone needs a silly hat in their life! Update 31 Jan 2009: After several very useful suggestions for improving the red beard, I have recrunched the numbers and there is a new version out. The ‘Winter King’ version uses the beard from this added to a basic pointy hat and embellished with holly leaves, just an idea of another way to use the basic pattern idea.

35 mm Fresh from the Knitty rejection pile! (It's okay Knitty, I still love you. Let's hang out sometime?) 35mm Hat Growing up in Minnesota, I know the value of warm winter accessories. This hat was designed for my older brother, Colin. SIZEto fit an average or large adult head FINISHED MEASUREMENTSCircumference, unstretched: 19 inchesWill comfortably fit up to 25 inches MATERIALS[MC] Nature Spun [100% wool; 245 yd/224 m per 100g skein]; color: Charcoal; 1 skein[CC] Nature Spun [100% wool; 245 yd/224 m per 100g skein]; color: Pepper; 1 skein Alternate color scheme:[MC] Patons Classic Wool Merino [100% wool; 223 yds/204 m per 100g skein]; color: Chestnut Brown; 1 skein[CC] Ella Rae Classic [100% wool; 219 yds/200 m per 100g skein]; color: #103; 1 skein 1 set US #8/5 mm double-point needles 1 16-inch US #8/5 mm circular needle stitch markertapestry needlecable needle (optional) GAUGE17 sts/25 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch PATTERNHat is worked from the bottom up.

Knot Your Grandma's Cowl [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/YOUR AGREEMENT Company websites are not intended for use by individuals under the age of 18 or those who are not legal residents of the United States. HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites.

Half-Assed Patterns » Brainmonster Brainmonster Brainmonster is, quite clearly, a brain-eating monster masquerading as a hat. It’s based on a hat that I saw on a LiveJournal knitting community, so I take no credit for the (awesome!) This pattern is about “advanced beginner” level. See all my blog entries about this pattern. Find this pattern on Ravelry. Materials: · KnitPicks Wool of the Andes (100% wool, 110 yards per 50g skein), 1 skein; shown in Amber Heather · Patons Classic Wool (100% wool, 110 yards per 50g skein), 1 skein; shown in Winter White · US 7 40″ circular needle · 2 large googly eyes (I used 40 mm eyes) · 2 plain buttons with loop backing · glue · stitch marker · tapestry needle · demented sense of humour Gauge: 20 sts/24 rows = 4″ in stockinette. Pattern Notes: Sizing: Brainmonster will fit a small adult head or a large child head. If you resize it for a small child-sized or baby-sized head and clearly document your mods, let me know and I’ll link to your info on how to do it. Needles: Yarn Substitutions: Pattern:

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