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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
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Knitting: Ankle Sock
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Knitting: Ankle Sock
The heroine of Grounded, Hannah Rose, has some … challenging and unpredictable talents. One of her skills that isn’t in question, though, is her knitting. For that reason, we’ve created Rosie’s FireStarters.
Knitting: Cowl
My sister thought a knitted Möbius was not possible.
Knitting: Towel
Because I don’t like dishcloths but I do like mindless knitting from time-to-time, I started building this little ditty. The texture of the fabric makes it quite absorbent (just wash your cotton well before using to remove any sizing).
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Daisy has become a bit of a meme and her hats have moved up in the world with her. Why not throw another hat (ahem) into the ring?
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This Coffee Cozy uses a part of a motif I’ve been using in my Finnish patterns for the “Knitting XX from Around the World” books (socks, scarves, mittens, sweaters).
Knitting: Toy Game
This toy is a fabulous math lesson for your young friends (or yourself) and is also--as I’ve learned--a nice stress toy for kids with ADD.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Made for the RedBud color way.
Knitting: Doll Clothes
made from ancient stash yarn (Bucilla Flamé--not even listed on Ravlery!) this little dude has a LOT more knitting to it than you’d expect, but it’s a nifty little project that grows quickly.
Knitting: Animal Toy, Pet Toys
Wensleydale is a quick-to-knit buddy for Cheddar, the CraftLit critter.
Knitting: Animal Toy
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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Instructions for short rows given with photos. Two options for edgings are given.
Knitting: Sachet, Home - Other
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Knitting: Bonnet
This cap was born of necessity--I wear my hair up in a hairclip (an old banana clip) and I don’t have a hat that fits over the clip—UNTIL NOW!
Knitting: Cleaning - Other
Easy way to learn double knitting!
Knitting: Tutorial
This is an instructional pattern eBook that walks you through the steps you need to knit a sock (any gauge, yarn, needle size) toe-up and provides a “cheat sheet” pattern at the end. Because it is an eBook, there are links throughout to tutorials and web pages that will help you with the trickier elements of construction(1). If toe-u...
Knitting: Socks - Other
This is a free pattern eBook that walks you through the steps you need to knit a sock (any gauge, yarn, needle size). Because it is an eBook, there are links throughout to tutorials and web pages that will help you with the trickier elements of construction(1).
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The pattern is for both an adult size using CYA 6 (super bulky) or a child’s size using CYA 5 (bulky). Child’s mitts take a size 10US/6mm dpns or circs. The pattern is very forgiving on sizes.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Toe up sock using Knitty's Magic Cast-on, then a stockinette foot and a k4p2 instep, use the Sockulator V to calculate a toe-up heel flap, then begin the houndstooth motif (found on the blog), broken by two rows of regular stockinette, then use the Hufflepuff chart (on the blog), two more rows of houndstooth, then a 2 inch black ribbing at the end.
Knitting: Bag - Other
Because this is a bag, and not for wearing, getting gauge isn’t as important as keeping your stitches loose during the intarsia/tooth part of the pattern. If you wish to use two long strands of white for the tooth, each starting one of the tooth’s roots, and split the main color into two bobbins as well, you may wind up with a neater...