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Test Knit : Cosy Ninja baby/child pullover 2018/33
Gosh im dying from this heat and humidity. still no rain....
Size i made is 3 months and i omitted the mitts that is knitted onto the sleeves. done in bulky wool.
thanks for looking
Latest knitting for grandchildren in England
This one is for Ryan he will be 2yo on 15th March
Just finished this blanket for granddaughter due in June. Baby Fans, free pattern.I used big baby 4ply free pattern Baby Fans Blanket
Pink & white blanket is knitted in Patons Powder Puff yarn. Very soft
Just sharing ( Knitting) SL
.#1 not sure if you can buy a container with holes if not you can drill them.
.#2 cut the bottom off of the 2 liter bottle insert yarn pull yarn thru bottle top
School cardigan for Sabai
Going through some of my Mum's patterns from long ago and came across this one from Sirdar. Thought I would make Sabai's school cardy a bit more fancy seeing she's only 5 and just started school. Used one of our local Spotlight store's brand called Stallion as it's really soft and cuddly.
This is the true colour
Colour of buttons and jacket not true
Picking up stitches from ribbing
My challenge: I'm knitting a capelet for a friend but the neck is too wide and she asked if I could make it smaller and add about an 1.5 inch to make the neck longer. I can't find the end of the ribbing where I weaved in the ends. (Thought I was done when I gave it to her.) Any suggestions on how to correct this? Should I pick up the ribbing stitches, and if so only on leg of each stitch, or both legs of the v, or pick up from the row below the bind off? Or, should I cut a bind off stitch, where I think the end of the bind off, and start ripping out the bind off? Then I can pick up the stitches from the ribbing, decrease as needed and add the length she wants. Of course, I could rip out all of the ribbing -- about four inches, then decrease in stockinette. So many options! And not sure which is the best. Thanks for the help!
Seminar in Chicago suburb, June 2 & 3, 2018
Techknitters Machine Knitting Club will be hosting Eileen Montgomery.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JUNE 2 AND 3, 2018
BURR RIDGE COMMUNITY CENTER
15W400 HARVESTER DRIVE, BURR RIDGE, IL
9 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. (BOTH DAYS)
CLASSES INCLUDE: Ribber fabrics (double bed jacquard and racking), slip stitch, tuck lace, cables, plaiting, hand manipulated lace,
beading on the machine and garter bar techniques.
Bring your own lunch, or order from menu for delivery. Coffee, tea and water will be provided
$55 for one day, $95 for both days, non-member price
Contact info: Mary Slattery, Maryknits@aol.com or Sharon Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org , 630-471-9650
The registration flyer is attached. Deadline for registration is May 15th.
Sweater for my GD. She is 2 years.
i am write instruction now (sizes 9 m. 18-24m, 3-4 years,5-6,years,7-8 years, 9-10 years) Pattern the soon.
Baby Duffle Coat
From the Essential Baby Knits book by Debbie Bliss, which I believe was published in 2007. This is knit in pieces and seamed together, but could easily be knit top down/bottom up.
Slip stitch questions
Hi.I was wondering if when you do a slip stitch is it suppose to be tight and less stretch or can a person make it looser and have a stretch like for a crocheting a hat pattern that uses only slip sts in it?what do you guys think?