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The Little House

Knitting
January 2014
or any worsted weight stash yarn
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch in stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
40 - 45 yards (37 - 41 m)
one size
This pattern is available for $4.75 USD buy it now

Thanks to Berroco Yarns for featuring The Little House pattern on the Berroco Design Studio Blog!

“The Little House” knitting pattern includes lots of photos and detailed instructions to make all versions of The Little House shown in the photos in this listing.

There are numerous ways you can personalize your little house to make a truly one-of-a-kind gift to celebrate a new baby, an adoption, a baby’s first Christmas, a wedding, a first home, a new home, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and even…the Olympics!

Don’t tell my cousin….I’m making a little house for him and his lovely new wife in colors to match their cute new house. :)

Customize the Olympic Lodge House version to show your country’s colors!


SKILL LEVEL: Easy/Intermediate.

This pattern is tutorial style and includes LOTS of photos with step-by-step instructions.

I have assumed that you know how to cast-on stitches, knit & purl confidently, cast off stitches, knit two stitches together, sew up simple seams and have some basic hand sewing experience. Detailed instructions provided for all other steps which may be new to you.


MATERIALS NEEDED:

US size 5 knitting needles
worsted weight yarn - 25 yards house color & 15 yards roof color
stitch markers
felt (wool or wool blend) in desired colors
DMC embroidery floss in desired colors
tapestry needle
embroidery needle
tracing paper & other basic crafting supplies


QUESTIONS: Please e-mail me with any questions before purchasing. I am happy to answer any questions about the pattern. I want you to be successful!


For additional info about this pattern see my Fifty Four Ten Studio Blog.

You might also like other patterns in my Ravelry shop.