5243861P68.pdf. Funny Bunny Pullover at Joann. Irish Knitting & Crochet. Here are a list of all the knitting groups that meet in Dublin.
I have taken most of this information from the excellent site, the Dublin Knit Collective: City Centre, Dublin 2: A weekly knit night at knitting group meets in The Cafe at the Twisted Pepper which during the day and now up to 7pm is home to 3FE or ‘Third Floor Espresso’ run by Colin Harmon, who is a lovely bloke and makes the best coffee. The venue is on Middle Abbey St – where the luas goes between Jervis and Abbey street. It’s opposite the Arnotts entrance with the cafe, and a couple of doors along from the Epicurean Food Hall. Next meet up: TBA Malahide An open group of knitters and other stitchers (crochet, cross-stitch, patchwork, etc.) meet every Monday at the Malahide Library from 7-8 pm. Dublin Knit Collective. KNiT in the City: knitting groups. .
If you knit…they will come. Knitting socially is almost always associated with coffee, tea and cake; ) Here is a list of SnB’s and knitting groups in Dublin. Please check our Ravelry group for any announcements or changes to meet ups in Dublin. You can follow updates on Twitter. Churchtown, Dublin 14: Knitters & crafters of Churchtown meet every Monday at the Glenside Pub. Yarn Harlot. QueerJoe's Knitting Blog. Knitting Blog Chic Knits. Never Not Knitting. My third Coastal Knits pattern is now available for purchase as an individual pdf.
This cowl knits up lightning fast and so incredibly warm. It can be styled differently for a variety of looks. This cowl was inspired by one of my favorite coastal walking trails, the Moonstone Beach Boardwalk in Cambria. It is always so windy and cold here. I need a cowl like this to keep warm! One of my favorite things about this cowl is the way you can accessorize it. There are many great versions of the cowl on Ravelry with buttons of all sorts. I thought that this version was quite nice. Aren't these buttons pretty? I also really enjoyed this version from Maya. If you are looking for a quick last minute hand-knit gift. This cowl could probably be knit up in one day! This pattern is now available individually. Use the coupon code "cozyincambria" in the checkout process to receive 25% off the individual pattern today only. This special code will expire on Thursday, October 4 at 11:59PM PST. Challenging myself, one stitch at a time.
Yarn Over. Slipping a Stitch: "p-wise or k-wise?" Crochet a heart. You will need • scraps of cotton DK yarn in the colour of your choice (ours was made using Vinni’s Colours shade no 521) • 3mm crochet hook • darning needle with big eye • polyester stuffing Abbreviations To crochet (make 2)1 Start at lower point.
Using 3mm crochet hook, work 4 ch (this is the 1st tr), work 2 tr in the 4th ch from hook = 3 tr altogether, turn. 2 Inc 2 tr evenly across row = 5 tr altogether, turn. Free Pattern: Double Dayflower Scarf. A few months after I first learned how to do a knit stitch and a purl stitch, I was ready to venture out to lace.
I was in awe of those knitters who could do lace and would browse the knitting forums and lurk in every thread were lace was discussed. One day, I stumbled across a lace thread over at Knittinghelp.com. The knitters were discussing a lace pattern called "Dayflower" and one knitter in particular wanted to double this pattern but did know how to. Other knitters came to the rescue and at the end of the thread somebody wrote out the whole 16 row repeat pattern and doubled it! I immediately copied the pattern and stared at it for many days. There are knit two together (k2tog), slip slip knit (ssk), purl two together through backloop (p2tog tbl) and purl 3 together through back loop (p3tog tbl) and my word was I intimidated!
What the hell are these abbreviations and how to knit them??? Colorway 205. Double-dayflower.pdf. Ooo Baby Knits: Sick Days. Not much new knitting, though I do have the front of the Shapely Tank almost finished.
My DD#1 and I were sideswiped by a case of strep throat. Of course it's my fault, and then I even gave it to the computer which now has a virus that AVG keeps telling me about but won't get rid of. Time to call my BIL- every family needs a computer guru to keep the rest of us out of perpetual debt to the local computer stores. Thank you eveyone for your comments! I love getting feed back and I try to answer, but I'm afraid to send any email right now until my computer is well. Here's a picture: Here's the pattern: Materials: Baby sport weight yarn Size 5 needles Sizes: Preemie small (medium, large, full term) Cast on 25 (29, 35, 41).
K 8 (10, 12, 14) rows in garter stitch. Begin decreases: K 10 (12, 15, 18), K2 tog , K 1, K 2 tog, K 10 (12, 15, 18). P 9(11, 14, 17), P2 tog P1, P2 tog, P9 (11, 14, 17). Continue decrease pattern until 17 (19, 23, 27) stitches left.