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Herringbone stitch by Wool and the Gang

Ready for a new challenge? Try the herringbone stitch a great, textured stitch for interior projects. Why not knit up a big chunky blanket such as our...

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Laufende Nase, hohe Temperatur, kalte Hände – davor fürchtet sich sicherlich jede Mutter eines Kleinkindes im Herbst und Winter. Der

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Knitting Decorative Edge You Will Love

This knitting decorative edge is a popular project because it beautifies objects and accessories. Watch this tutorial to learn this knitting edge.

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Tricot | milo & luna

Achetez Anyasen 80 pièces Accessoires à Tricoter, Aiguille a Tricoter Aiguilles à Tricoter Tricot Aiguille en Acier Inoxydable d'aiguilles à Tricoter pour Débuter ou Travail Occasionnel: Amazon.fr ✓ Livraison & retours gratuits possibles (voir conditions)

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Crochet Ribbed Beanie (in 6 Sizes) - Crochet Dreamz

This crochet ribbed beanie is a beginner friendly pattern that works up in 2 hours or less. Make one for every member of your family.

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Crochet Bucket Bag Pattern, Video Tutorial, Crochet Bag PDF Pattern, Summer Bag Crochet Pattern

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Wynter Chill Knitting Pattern, Sweater, Cape, Poncho, Hooded Cape

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A PDF KNITTING PATTERN. IT IS NOT THE KNITTED ITEM. THIS IS NOT THE KNITTED ITEM. THIS IS A PATTERN TO KNIT THE HAT. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS. Pattern written in English only. Five Sizes and Optional Unique Inner Cowl The Wynter Chill is the perfect cold weather garment that can be used as a solo outerwear or as a layering garment. The generous size hood can accommodate a beanie, not included, for additional warmth. The buttoned roomy cape lays smoothly over the shoulders, chest and back. The unique feature of The Wynter Chill is the optional inside cowl that is very easily knitted into the garment. Providing additional warmth, the inner cowl is buttoned on the side which allows a smooth seamless appearance. The exclusive inner cowl can be pulled up high over your face for those extra blustery days or it can be worn low around your neck. The Wynter Chill is knitted with a heavy Aran or Bulky weight yarn which makes it extra warm and cozy. Basic stitches are used throughout and there are illustrations showing how this garment is easily connected and knit all in one piece. Additional features of pattern: Five sizes – Small, Medium, Large, XLarge, XXLarge Instructions for making the cape longer are included. Precise instructions for the way to knit a very easy one-row buttonhole. Once you learn this technique, you will use it often. Shown in blue in size medium on a U.S. Size 12 mannequin Shown in cream without inner cowl and with extra length in size large on a U.S. Size 12 mannequin Finished measurements after blocking Small (Medium, Large, XLarge, XXLarge) Hood: 15 inches high x 10 (10.5, 11, 11.5, 12) inches wide rolled brim Cape Length: 13.5 inches for all sizes with instructions to lengthen Cape Width: 46 (48, 50, 52, 54) inches measuring 6.5 inches from neckline Note: Width is not a chest measurement only. It is the entire width around the cape. For a point of reference, a medium size cape is displayed on a U.S. Size 10-12 mannequin. Inner Cowl: 5 inches high x 14.5 (17.5, 19, 21.5, 22) inches circumference at neck to 18.5 (20, 21.5, 23, 24.5) inches circumference at top. Materials U.S. Size 10 36-inch circular needles Hood and cape only: Approximately 400 (530, 640, 750, 875) of #5 aran/bulky yarn Shown in Cascade Eco Yarn size medium Hood, cape and inner cowl: Approximately 520 (650, 770, 880, 995) yards of #5 aran/bulky weight yarn Shown in Cascade Eco + Yarn size large with 3 extra inches in length For longer lengths, you will need more yarn. For cape: 4 buttons – 1 inch – Add one button for every 3 inch length increase you want. For inner cowl: 6 buttons - 5/8 inch. Do not use shank buttons. These buttons will be against neck and face and you should have a flat button for that area. Tip: Select buttons that have the same cleaning requirements as your yarn. Gauge: 14 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in blocked stockinette Please check out all my patterns at: http://www.etsy.com/your/shops/WomanOnTheWater/sections/13126084 Also check out all my hand knitted items at http://www.etsy.com/shop/WomanOnTheWater?section_id=14831038&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1 http://www.etsy.com/shop/WomanOnTheWater?section_id=14826919&ref=shopsection_leftnav_2 If you would like this cape custom knit for you, just send me a convo. Please feel free to sell any completed items made from my designed patterns. I do ask that you do not copy, reproduce, sell and/or distribute the pattern in any form.

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Dream Catcher Cardi - Free Crochet Shrug Pattern

The Dream Catcher Cardi is chunky crochet cardigan with a gorgeous diamond motif on the back. Read on for this free crochet shrug pattern.

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Cozy Blanket Cardigan

Oh my - I am SO excited to share this new crocheted blanket cardigan with you today! Of all of the blanket sweaters that I've made, this one is quite possibly the coziest and most comfortable EVER. In fact, when Lion Brand Yarn contacted me about making two projects for their 12 weeks of Christmas series, I just knew that I wanted to try and make the warmest and most wearable blanket sweater yet. In order to do that, I decided to use super bulky yarn (my fave!), a large hook and a textured stitch pattern. It turned out so nicely

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