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How To Knit The Raglan Line - Free Pattern + Video

Learn how to knit the raglan line in two different styles. These beginner friendly patterns come with step by step photo and video tutorials...

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Happy Hands Fingerless Mitts Free Pattern - The Craft Patch

Today I’m sharing an absolute favorite beginning knitting pattern. I am going to teach you how to make a pair of fingerless mitts. I’ve made several pairs now and I adore them! I wear them when I’m typing, when I’m playing the piano, when I’m texting on my phone. They keep my hands warm while …

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The Braberrylette Knitting Pattern

KNITTING PATTERN for the Braberrylette Skill Level: Intermediate Required Skills: Cable cast on method Knitting in the round Stockinette stitch Left & right leaning decreases I-Cord Duplicate stitch Mattress seam

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Simple stretchy bind off

Fløtre tilbyr et stort utvalg i avtakbare skinnlapper til strikketøy, i tillegg til strikkeoppskrifter til barn, dame og herre. Strikketilbehør, dusker til luer, skinnlapper til strikketøy, merkelapper til strikk, pinneholder, maskemarkører og mye annet.

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Little Bonnie Earwarmer Headband

Little Bonnie Earwarmer Headband ~ For Aran weight OR DK yarn This is suitable for age 3 months upwards – just adjust the length Little Bonnie Earwarmer Headband knitted in DK Use Aran weight yarn for a cosy Earwarmer ! Requires: 5mm needles Aran weight yarn – around 30g Cable needle Tension: 18sts = 4” (10cm) over stocking stitch Size: Width – 3½” (9cm) Length – 12 - 17” (depending on the size required) As a rough guide ~ 0 – 3 months 12” 3 - 6 months 13” 6 - 12months 14” 1 – 3 years 15” 3 - 12 years 17” Or DK yarn for a lighter Earwarmer Requires: 4mm needles DK yarn – around 20g Cable needle Tension: 22sts = 4” (10cm) over stocking stitch Size: Width – 2¾” (7cm) Length – 12 - 17” (easy to adjust) Top Tip ~ C4 means cable 4 stitches– slip the next 2 stitches on to a cable needle and hold at the back or the front of your work (whichever you find easiest). Knit 2sts, then the 2sts from the cable needle. It doesn’t matter if you cable back or front – as long as you are consistent throughout. Cast on 16sts Row 1: K4, p2, k4, p2, k4 Row 2: K6, p4, k6 Row 3: K4, p2, C4, p2, k4 Row 4: K6, p4, k6 Repeat these 4 rows until your work measures from 12” to 17” from the cast on edge depending on the age of the child – ending after working a Row 3. Cast off Join the cast on and cast off edges with a short seam. Darn away ends You will find my bigger Adult size version on this link ~ https://mariannaslazydaisydays.blogspot.com/2021/01/bonnie-earwarmer-headband.html Bonnie Earwarmer Headband I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations. In addition: You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns. However, please do not copy my patterns This pattern (the information and photos) may not be copied or reproduced or republished on any other webpage or website. Copyright © 2021 ‘made by marianna’ All Rights Reserved

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Gambit Jumper Knitting Pattern

This listing is for a digital download of the Gambit Jumper Knitting Pattern. The Gambit Jumper is an oversized piece consisting of stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches, made using the intarsia knitting technique. It is knitted flat and then later assembled. This pattern is best suited for confident beginner/ intermediate knitters. This pattern is strictly for private use only. The pattern may not be copied, redistributed or sold on. The sale of garments made from this pattern is prohibited. Sizes: UK 8 – 18 written as: size 1 (size 2, size 3, size 4, size 5) - Size 1: UK 8/10 - Size 2: UK 10/12 - Size 3: UK 12/14 - Size 4: UK 14/16 - Size 5: UK 16/18 Measurements: Circumference: 106 (110, 120, 124, 130) cm Length (measured at the centre back excluding the rib): 56 (58, 60, 62, 64) cm Suggested Needles: 4.5mm [US 7] needles 5.5mm [US 9] needles Tapestry/darning needle to assemble. Gauge: In stocking stitch: 18 sts / 24 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] In twisted rib stitch: 20 sts / 30 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] In reverse stockinette stitch: 18 sts / 24 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] Materials: Any Aran weight yarn - 10 ply (8 wpi) Colour A - 350 (400, 450, 500, 500) g / 3.5 (4, 4. 5, 5,5) balls in Stylecraft Special Aran 100g / 196m (shown in colour Meadow) Colour B - 300 (350, 400, 450, 450) g / 3 (3.5, 4, 4.5, 4.5) balls in Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran 100g / 184m (shown in colour Vanilla Cream) Yarn Alternatives: - LIMA from Drops Design 50g/100m (Alpaca/Wool Mix) - Paris from Drops Design 50g/75m (Cotton) I can't wait to see your creations! Make sure to tag me on Instagram @rantivisuals and use the hashtag #gambitjumper. Please feel free to message me with any questions, I'm happy to help! As this is a downloadable PDF pattern no refunds will be given.

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Winterland Three Stitch Blanket

*You can see the free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the ad free, printable version from Etsy here or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE.* Happy new year! My first knitting pattern of the year is an easy blanket that uses three different stitches and three colors! It's the PERFECT blanket to make if you like meditative, simple stitches but still enjoy a variety. It was actually inspired by you (read on)! This pattern was truly inspired by you as I've had so many comments and questions like this: I'm getting back into knitting, what blanket

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Bluebeard / DROPS Children 27-15 - Free knitting patterns by DROPS Design

Set of knitted neck warmer and hat with textured pattern in DROPS Nepal. Size children 1 - 10 years

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Fun Hats Knitting Patterns

Looking for a fun costume idea or a great gift for a fan? Or a way to cheer someone who has lost their hair? Try these knitting patterns for novelty hats. Most Patterns are free.

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