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Knitting: Potholder, Washcloth / Dishcloth
Potholder is made with 2 strands of cotton yarn, dishcloth with 1 strand. Double decreases create a diagonal design that can be striped. Two hanks (1 Main Color & 1 Contrast Color) of Fantasy Naturale will make a complete set.
Conserving energy and turning down the thermostat can leave one a might chilly in the evenings. This LapWrap gives light coverage on the lap and an extra pocket at the bottom to warm those “icicle toes”. The pocket creates a layer of warmth around the feet and ankles. An easy knit for beginners, the pattern features stitches that are...
Knitting: Accessories - Other
Hat bands are the perfect finishing touch for any hat, felted or unfelted. Only 50-60 yds of sport weight yarn and 150-250 Size 6 seed beads are all that’s needed. Use a Big Eye needle to transfer beads to the yarn. Bands can either be tied or seamed together.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Shaped Leaf shoulder Wrap combines a lace edge with an easy slip stitch pattern. The leaf panel is worked first. Stitches are picked up along the edge of the panel and a slip stitch pattern is worked for 54” from pick up. The opposite end is trimmed with a band of seed stitch for an asymmetrical look. Make the wrap hands-free by adding...
The Slip Stitch Felted Bag is easy to knit and can be finished with purchased handles or I-cord. One strand of worsted is used throughout. The slip stitch pattern highlights the handpainted yarn so that only one skein of Handpaint Originals is required for a very colorful effect.
Doubled yarn worked in garter stitch create the corduroy look of this bag. The flap curls back on itself and is designed to hide the exposed hardware of magnetic and friction clasps. After felting the bag is embellished with easy to crochet flowers made of sock yarn. The handles are finished with decorative buttons.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
Designed with active winter walkers in mind, the Winter Walker Cloche will keep the chill away. Knit from the top down, there’s extra room and a double layer of felt over the ears for insulation. The combination of a feltable wool and a washable sock yarn creates a beautiful nubby texture. Before felting the hat looks like something Darth ...
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
This small cell phone pouch can either snap around a purse handle or belt loop for easy access. The pouch is knit in the round on two double pointed needles and is quick and easy to knit (approx 1 hour). It can be embellished with beads or needle felting, if desired.
Knitting: Decorative - Other
For lovers of the Southwest here is a houseplant that requires no sunlight, no fertilizer and no watering. With “spines” made of eyelash yarn there’s never a scratch when handling. It’s always in bloom, regardless of the season! Make a Barrel Cactus with a “potting soil” base and pop it in a ceramic pot for a ...
Inspired by America’s favorite pastime, the lines of this bag resemble the seams of a baseball. The flap can be opened from either side of the bag. Pattern is written for two sizes, the smaller Home Run, and the larger Grand Slam. All assembly is done on the needles and bag is seamed with applied I-cord. Decorative stitches can be added af...
Because of its generous yardage, two hanks of 10 ply WoolPak will make two of these bags. Reversing the main color and contrast color will result in a different look. Easy to customize, the pattern offers multiple design options for the creative knitter. Attention to small details in assembly and shaping after felting will result in a bag with c...
Who said knitting is a sedentary activity? Making this bag is a lot like dancing. Think of it as a knitted tango. May I have this dance? First we’ll knit side to side, creating the top section. Then, we’ll pick up stitches and knit to the bottom edge. Finally, we’ll go round and round as we make the straps and trim.
Yarns with strong contrast make Around The World Felted Bags as much fun to knit as they are to carry. Choice of either a flap or tab closure. Attaching handles is easy. Simply sew the ends to suspender clips and clip them on. It couldn’t be easier!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Sleek and colorful, the Fanciful Felted Fish makes a delightful addition to any collection of felted sea life. Variegated yarns can be substituted in the stripes. Eyes can either be embroidered on after felting, needle felted, or a button can be used.
It’s a pajama bag! It’s a pillow! It’s a toy! It’s felted! It’s huge when made with 14 ply WoolPak! The Felted Fish PJ Bag & Pillow measures approximately 22”-24” from mouth to tailfin tips (when made with bulky yarn). Knit a “school” in three different yarn weights for a child’s be...
A felted bag for the younger set! The handles, sides and base of the Little Miss Bag are knit in one piece. Front and back panels are worked directly onto the base and side sections. There are no seams and only a few tails to weave in when completed. Bags made with a single strand of yarn felt to approx. 5 1/2” h x 6 1/2” w x 2 1/2...
Knitting: Toys and Hobbies - Other
Knit from tail to head, this Fantasy Fish is worked flat in bead knitting. The bead loops simulate the look of scales and add a wonderful dimension to a fish found only in the imagination. The dorsal fin is picked up and knit onto the body. There is only one seam.
7 patterns in 1. These bracelets, cuffs, chokers and pendant bag are bead knitted using techniques described in pattern. One ball of Sz 8 cotton will make approximately one 2” Cuff, one 1” Cuff, one Chevron Necklace, one Pendant Bag, one Zig Zag Bracelet, one Zig Zag Necklace and one Leaf Bracelet.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Everyone will want to look this gift-fish in the mouth! Knit in the round from the top down with no seams or pieces to assemble, the Chris Fish is adaptable to many holiday motifs. Pattern includes charts for holly, zig zags, hearts, a checkerboard and , of course fish!
Knitting: Billed Hat
Cap can be made with a worsted & sport yarn held together or a single bulky. Size is approximately 21-23”. A single strand of worsted can be used for a small child’s cap. Like many felted projects, results vary when the item is felted. Additional instructions for heads up to 25”can be found at http://www.fiberspacepatterns....