Not long after we got our cat, one of my sons thought it would be fun to teach the cat to play with my scrap yarn. Grrr! Now Hamlet (the cat) seems to live by the motto, if mum is knitting then I am sitting. The squishier the project the more he seems to like it.
The proper hook and needle should be easy enough to replace. Look In the knitting accessory section of one of the large big box craft or department store
Looking forward to making this for myself
2 basic scarves, a shawl, a small baby blanket, a full size baby blanket, and a a headband. All from favorite patterns. All to be given away.
Not sure about the yarn. Google crowd braids cowl. It looks similar to the item you have posted
Can't wait to use this for a project I've got in mund
I am knitting a simple headband for my daughter. It is knit lengthwise, like you would a scarf. It is a simple knit 1, purl 1 ribbing throughout. What is the best way to join the two ends ( cast on and finished edge) together? I am looking for something that allows for as much stretch/give as possible, while at the same time blends in with the project. The easier the better. Ì have never been very good at joining pieces of a project together.
Beautiful! Delightful pattern. Lovely colour transitions.
I'm always impressed and envious by the sense of colour in people's projects. These items are a wonderful example of colour sense.
Im ĺooking for a free knitting pattern for a baby blanket that uses strands of both "snuggly wuggly" and "pound of love" held together to create it. I lost the pattern I once had. I have searched online without any luck. Sorry, but I don't remember much else about the pattern
I make simple garter stitch scarves for charity. I usually use a 6 mm needle. It is a bit fidgety to work with, but I love it. I don't think they make it any more.
Ive got chart phobia. This looks eay enough. Willing to gove it a try.
Might I suggest the Alice's Embrace website. They have a number of patterns. Some knit and some crochet. Each design comes with instructions for a shawl and a lapghan.