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knit pattern Headband-Flower part 3


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This is how you make the bobble for the center of the flower. This is how you make the small flower that goes on the headband. It is crochet. Go here for the .PDF pattern: www.ravelry.com My Blog: iknitspatterns.blogspot.com Follow Me: twitter.com/iKNITS_ Facebook.com/iKNITS Pattern: Size 10 knitting needles CO 1, Row 1: kfb(knit front back) until you have 4 stitches. Row 2: knit Row 3: purl Row 4: knit Row 5: purl Row 6: knit, do not turn, lift second stitch over the first, then the third, and then the fourth. tie two ends together

knit pattern Headband Part 3


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Rating: 5
How to decrease, make a button hole, weave ends, put flower on the headband, sew buttons, and wear it to make it look good! This is how you make the small flower that goes on the headband. It is crochet. Go here for the .PDF pattern: www.ravelry.com My Blog: iknitspatterns.blogspot.com Pattern: Row 25: K, P, K, P2tog, K2tog, P, K, P, K (9 sts) Row 26, 27, 28: Continue in rib pattern Row 29: K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K (7 sts) Row 30, 31, 32: Continue in rib pattern Row 33: K, P, K, P, K, P2tog (6 sts) Music by: www.youtube.com They are so talented! Check out all their creations!

knitting patterns KNIT THIS HOODIE CAPELET IN ARAN


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This Aran Hoodie knitting pattern can now be purchased at: www.thecastingoncouch.com It comes as a PDF download. This wonderful winter warmer knits up in no time. The colour range in this yarn is quite impressive. Thankyou to my superb model for making this huggable hoodie video possible. Print off my free pattern for fingerless gloves directly from my web site www.thecastingoncouch.com

A Tisket A Tasket Machine Knit A Basket SIX Sizes (Stitch 'n Starch)

A Tisket A Tasket Machine Knit A Basket SIX Sizes (Stitch ‘n Starch)

A Tisket A Tasket Machine Knit A Basket SIX Sizes (Stitch 'n Starch)
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Recreating The Elegance of Yesteryear …
Just think of the oooooh’s and aaaaahhhh’s you’ll get when you show off your Easter, Summer, Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas decorations with these lovely baskets. They are perfect for any reason in any season!

These patterns are suitable for just about every knitting machine. You will receive 27 pages with detailed instructions, full color pictures and this info:

♥Basic Construction
♥Abbreviations &Terminology
♥Large Handled Basket
♥Large Round Basket
♥Loaf Basket
♥Small Handled Basket
♥Medium Basket
♥Mini-Footed Basket
♥Gift Giving Ideas
♥Decorating How-To’s

The smaller ones can easily be done for those extra little gifts for the office or neighbors by filling them with homebaked goodies or candies that are wrapped well.

Available in WORD or PDF. Lots of color pictures and how-to’s throughout these patterns which are suitable for most knitting machines.

Please feel free to use the patterns for constructing craft items for sale at craft shows or any online venue. No mass production, though. Please note my copyright below and contact me for any clarification.

Please email me with any questions. All of these patterns / designs / techniques are copyrighted to MKDesigner. I wrote / designed them, I own them. Simple.

Recreating The Elegance of Yesteryear …
Just think of the oooooh’s and aaaaahhhh’s you’ll get when you show off your Easter, Summer, Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas decorations with these lovely baskets. They are perfect for any reason in any season!

These patterns are suitable for just about every knitting machine. You will receive 27 pages with detailed instructions, full color pictures and this info:

♥Basic Construction
♥Abbreviations &Terminology
♥Large Handled Basket
♥Large Round Basket
♥Loaf Basket
♥Small Handled Basket
♥Medium Basket
♥Mini-Footed Basket
♥Gift Giving Ideas
♥Decorating How-To’s

The smaller ones can easily be done for those extra little gifts for the office or neighbors by filling them with homebaked goodies or candies that are wrapped well.

Available in WORD or PDF. Lots of color pictures and how-to’s throughout these patterns which are suitable for most knitting machines.

Please feel free to use the patterns for constructing craft items for sale at craft shows or any online venue. No mass production, though. Please note my copyright below and contact me for any clarification.

Please email me with any questions. All of these patterns / designs / techniques are copyrighted to MKDesigner. I wrote / designed them, I own them. Simple.

Kindermütze stricken 1 – Video Strickanleitung


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www.strickanleitungen-kostenlos.de Anleitungen, Videos und PDF’S zum Thema Stricken lernen, findest Du auf meiner Strickseite.

KNIT THIS HOODIE CAPELET IN ARAN


Rating: 4
This Aran Hoodie knitting pattern can now be purchased at: www.thecastingoncouch.com It comes as a PDF download. This wonderful winter warmer knits up in no time. The colour range in this yarn is quite impressive. Thankyou to my superb model for making this huggable hoodie video possible. Print off my free pattern for fingerless gloves directly from my web site www.thecastingoncouch.com

Knit Headband Part 1

Rating: 5

This is how to knit the increase rows and rib pattern. It has a small flower that goes on the headband.

Go here for the .PDF pattern: www.ravelry.com

Athor’s Blog: iknitspatterns.blogspot.com

Pattern:

Cast on 5 stitches

Row 1: K, P, K, P, K

Row 2: P, K, P, K, P

Row 3, 4: Continue in rib pattern

Increase Rows:

Row 5: K, P, Knit 1 strand, Knit 1 strand, P, K (6 sts)

Row 6: P, K, P, M1F, P, K, P (7sts)

Row 7, 8: Continue in rib pattern

Row 9: K, P, K, P 1 strand, P 1 strand, K, P, K (8 sts)

Row 10: P, K, P, K, M1B, K, P, K, P (9 sts)

Row 11, 12: Continue in rib pattern Repeat until you have 23 stitches!

Continue in rib pattern for 2-3 inches

Decrease Rows in part 2!

Row 13: K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K, P, K, P, K (15 sts)

Row 14, 15, 16: Continue in rib pattern

Row 17: K, P, K, P, K, P2tog, K2tog, P, K, P, K, P, K (13 sts)

Row 18, 19, 20: Continue in rib pattern

Row 21: K, P, K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K, P, K (11 sts)

Row 22, 23, 24: Continue in rib pattern

And Finishing up!

Row 25: K, P, K, P2tog, K2tog, P, K, P, K (9 sts)
Row 26, 27, 28: Continue in rib pattern

Row 29: K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K (7 sts)
Row 30, 31, 32: Continue in rib pattern

Row 33: K, P, K, P, K, P2tog (6 sts)

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