Dear users, dear authors,
it's summer time and June brings amazing new patterns.
Get started now, it's gonna be a lot of fun.
please present your new patterns for June 2017 with a link, a good pic + text with suitable information about further required materials, techniques, level of difficulty + what's special about each pattern.
This Shawl needs no knot and no buttons to fix on the neck of your little toddler. There is a simple and easy trick to fix safely.You can work the pattern with any yarn you have. You can even use the last meters of your last project. Which stitches do you have to know?
It’s all included:
suitable for beginners
for toddler and children
wool remnants of “Rohrspatz & Wollmeise” Pure (100% wool) Color Indian Red and red colorful
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I've got two new patterns in my store.
One is this ribbed and textured beanie that is called "Silly Blowball Hat". The silliness is on my side and has nothig to do with the hat :-)
See the pattern here.
It is a pattern for intermediate knitters, not for absolute beginners, since there are some double increases and double decreases that require a bit of experience. The hat is worked in the round from the bottom to the top, using a DK weight wool blend yarn and 4mm needles (US 6).
One size only, medium adult, but very stretchy to fit many heads.
This is a very versatile pattern. There are several versions of it, long or short, buttoned or closed, worked in the round or knit flat, all of which is explained in the pattern.
The cowl uses 2 colors of an aran weight yarn - I made one in pure merino wool, another one in linen - yardage depends on the chosen size. The pattern is suitable for advanced beginners who have knowledge of easy lace stitches..It is written and includes a chart for the stitch pattern.
This is a little pattern for a ribbed scarf made of fingering weight sock yarn. It incorporates eyelets to make it look a bit more interesting. This is a very relaxing knit that due to the lightweight yarn used will take some time. The pattern is written and charted.
I used two different colors for mine - you can of course knit yours in a single color as well. The scarf is 25cm or 10in wide, the length is up to you. About 40m (44yds) of yarn are needed for each 10cm (4in) in length.