Saturday

Hand knitted scarf neck warmer color pink-violet

Hand knitted scarf neck warmer color pink-violet. It is attached with two buttons.
My clothes can be used directly on the skin, even those sensitive to wool, as it produces no itching or irritation.
Materials
50% wool, 50% acrylic


How to knit


The pattern is here Hand knitted wool scarf neckwarmer scarflette cowl chunky for women autumn winter color pink-violet

Friday

Hand knit summer bag- purse-cosmetic pouch, blue with beads .

This is happy and romantic purse with beads. It’s little day bag that holds your phone, wallet and keys perfectly. Doubled with lining and keeps the form beautifully.Close with zipper.
Color: blue
Beads color: white nacreous
Lining color: dodger blue
Handle: Braided 61 cm / 2 feet
Width: 20 cm/7, 9 inches
Length: 15 cm / 6 1/2 inches

Thursday

Knitting stitches.

Roman stitch.


Row 1: Knit.
Row 2: Purl.
Row 3: *Knit 1, purl 1. Repeat from * across.
Row 4: *Purl 1, knit 1. Repeat from * across.
Repeat these four rows for pattern.
An alternative way to work this pattern is to knit rows 1 and 3, purl rows 2 and 4 and knit the alternating knit and purl rows as rows 5 and 6. Both are attractive.

I am not sure that this is

Daisy stitch

, but I call it like that.
CO 33 stitches.
Row 1: K all stitches.
Row 2: P1, P3tog leave on left needle, wrap yarn around right needle, P3tog (these are the same 3 you purled before. Repeat from * to * till 1 stitch remains. P1.
Row 3: K all stitches.
Row 4: P3, P3tog leave on left needle, wrap yarn around right needle, P3tog (these are the same 3 you purled before. P1. Repeat from * to * till 3 stitches remain. P3.

Daisy stitch.


(multiple of 4 sts plus 1)
DS (daisy stitch) P3tog, but do not let the 3 sts fall from LH needle, wind yarn around RH needle over top and back to front again, then p the same 3 sts tog again and let fall from needle.
Rows 1 and 3 (RS) Knit.
Row 2 K1, *work DS over next 3 sts, k1; rep from * to end.
Row 4 K1, p1, k1, *work DS over next 3 sts, k1; rep from *, end p1, k1.
Rep rows 1-4.
Repeat rows 1-4 to measure finished length. BO by alternating K, k2tog. This will make a straight edge. If every stitch is bound off the edge will scallop.

Tuesday

How to make Mistake Rib Stitch.



A quick and simple to knit a scarf.
Knit two, purl two across, ending with knit two, purl one.
Repeat this row for pattern.
Row 1: *Knit 2, purl 2; repeat from * to last stitch, knit 1.
Row 2: *Purl 2, knit 2; repeat from * to last stitch, purl 1.
To knitting a scarf:
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until scarf measures 50" (127cm).

Saturday

Broomstick Lace Crochet.

For fans of crochet hook this clips will be very useful. I put it in my catalog free pattern. Other clips HOW TO KNIT - MAKING AN I CORD
are located here http://lanahobby.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-to-knit-making-i-cord.html/>
If you are working in sets of 4, you can combine your loops at the single crochet row. There are a few ways that I can think of. The first would be combining 8 loops with 4 single crochet at each end. If you want more of a gradual decrease, you could combine 2 loops with the first set of 4 and two loops with the second set of 4 at both sides. The last way would be to work 2 single crochet on the last two sets of loops on both sides.




How to knit - making an i cord

This project looks really cool if you use multi-colored string.


Thursday

Knitted Drawstring Wrist Purse


This free knitting pattern shows you how to knit an adorable draw string bag.

Base
Cast on 12 sts
increase into first and last stitch
K1 row
increase into first and last stitch
K1 row
Continue working in this manner until you have 26 sts.
Now K 10 rows without increasing
Now decrease into the first and last stitch.
K1 row
decrease into the first and last stitch.
K1 row
Continue until you have 12 sts.
Cast Off.

Sides
Cast on 74 sts
st-st 48 rows
this can be plain or striped (your choice)

Top
Right side facing K4 cast off 1 st, K4 cast off 1 st, continue to the end of the row.
K4,K1,M1,K4.K1,M1,

Now work 6 rows of garter st.
Cast off.

Make a chain with your yarn, sew up the side seams. Pin the bottom base into place with the sides and sew them together.
Thread chain through eyelets to form the drawstring.
The rest of article with photos is here

http://www.craftbits.com/project/knitted-drawstring-wrist-purse

Other free pattern are located here http://lanahobby.blogspot.com/search/label/knitting%20free%20pattern

Knitting in the Round.

Circular Needle

Let’s talk about working a tubular piece of knitting on a single circular needle. You will often hear this technique referred to as knitting in the round. This is an alternative to using 2 straight needles and having to sew a seam, or to using double pointed needles. Some of the benefits of using a single circular needle for round knitting are that you do not have to worry about misplacing one of your needles, you have fewer needle tips to keep track of, no seam to sew, and it is easier to handle a larger tube of knitting such as a sleeve, hat or body of a garment. Always use a circular needle with a length less than the circumference of the item you are knitting. If your hat will be 18 inches around when finished, use a 16 inch long needle. The reason for this is that the stitches need to fit comfortably around the needle and meet at the tips without stretching. Using a needle that is too large can result in misshapen fabric.
The rest of article with photos is here
Knitting in the Round
Other free pattern are located here http://lanahobby.blogspot.com/search/label/knitting%20free%20pattern

Circular Knitting : Circular Knitting: I-Cords

Youtube have perfect clips to learn to knitting. East is one of them. I put it in my catalog free pattern.
Other free pattern are located here http://lanahobby.blogspot.com/search/label/knitting%20free%20pattern