Scalloped Knitting Edge Stitch It’s amazing what you can do with two pattern rows when you’re knitting. This scalloped knitting edge is exactly what I’m talking about – the perfect way to add a special touch to the edge of a knitting project. It’s no where near as complicated as it looks, either! Ribbed Hand Warmers If you're a careful reader of the Purl Bee, you may have noticed by now what a big fan I am of hand warmers. I love how practical they are (no holding dirty mittens between your teeth while you fish around for keys); I love how fast they are to make (you just can't say that about too many knitted things!); I love how flattering they are on everybody's hands; and, for all these reasons, I love how perfectly suitable they are as gifts (I'm remembering recent recipients: friend Claudia has a pair, so do aunt Bretta, cousin Katie, and sister-in-law Jen.). Ever since Joelle made the Log Cabin Baby Blanket for her new niece out of Anzula's Squishy, I have been really anxious to give it a try.
Card-Blanc by Kathy Martin: Crochet Day Over the weekend I finished my latest crochet project....this colorful sampler scarf. It started out to be a blanket, but I decided to make it into a scarf because I thought it was too fun and colorful not to! I almost can't wait until winter to wear it! ;) I think I'll still make a blanket a little later. Aren't these colors and stitches fun? For some reason, my popcorn stitches didn't pop as much as I'd hoped. The Woodsy's Bulletin Board Circular Crocheted Shrug You will require 2 or 3 skeins of sock wool for a light summer shrug, depending on your size and the coverage you want for your shrug; or the equivalent yardage in worsted or chunky for a winter shrug. I recommend making the summer shrug first so you can track your yardage as you go. Measure the fullest point of the bust, add 2”, and divide in half (this give you X”). With a 4.5 mm hook, chain 10 and join to make a ring.
Crocheting the Day Away: Tunisian Crochet How-To… Basic Tunisian Crochet Stitch Welcome friends! This is my first How-To blog post and I am excited to share with you. I am going to show you how to Tunisian Crochet. Some of you may have heard of it and others maybe not. Either way, you will learn how to do it today! Tunisian Crochet is a fabulous way of mixing crocheting and knitting. Pretty Fingerless Gloves – Knitting Tutorial Gloves, fingerless or not are very useful and beautiful wearable and we all know it and the colder the days get the more important do they become for everyday useage. Designers also are gloves of this fact and are making more and more hand glove designs thought the years. Fingerles gloves are worn in order to keep our palms worm, sometimes to keep them from the sun and a lot more times just because they look great.
Basics of the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf The Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf pattern includes written instructions and a chart… and now there’s a video that gives a basic overview of how to get it started! Getting past the start of Row 2 was tripping a few people up (so if it gave you trouble, you’re not alone), but hopefully the following video will make it all clear! So as you can see, the spiral forms because you don’t slip stitch and chain to start each new row – they’re just made in continuous strips around and around in a circle. If you look at the photo below, you can see that it just keeps going and going and going. Tutos : 50 grilles de carrés au crochet Tutos disponibles sur Otiskyprstu Clic droit pour agrandir - Right click to enlarge