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I have knitting instructions that say to cast off using a crochet hook. I know how to cast off with a crochet hook. The instructions say to cast off
You can find easy and free scarf knitting patterns here. Many of them are designed by myself and many are from knitters around the web. Hope you enjoy them!
This is a free headband with a bow knitting pattern to share with my knitting friends. It's super easy to knit and it looks really cute too.
Easy hat and headband knitting patterns which I picked especially for beginner. Learn how to knit lacy headband with video instruction. Free patterns!
2 free patterns for headbands to make for gardeners. One is in lovely leaf motif and another is in handsome brioche rib. Knit them both!
This easy lacy headband knitting pattern is just one examples of how simple it is to incoperate lace stitch into everyday knitted items.
Simply to knit bobble-cable headband pattern for kids or adults. Add wider trim for bigger size.
Pretty headband knitted in 2-color star pattern using DK yarns. This pattern is free and it came with a video tutorial!
These 3 color-pot holders knitting patterns are very pretty and useful in the kitchen. Each pad is knitted using 3 different yarns in a texture pattern.
I designed this scarf for man but of course you can make it for anyone you like. The pattern is simple, subtle and easy to knit. Tutorial included. Enjoy.
This pretty bookmark is knitted using worsted weight yarn and a size 6 needle. Little eyelet laces give this bookmark a lovely charm.
A one- row lace pattern is as follows; *yo, slip1, k2, psso. The psso over two knit stitches creates a nice vertical ridge with the psso’s alternating
In my pattern, it says: “Work 18 (20, 22) Row 1: K2, bind off, etc.” Is work in this context just saying i'm going to start doing something beginning
If I k1 slip 1 paso for left raglan cardigan front how do I reverse instruction for the right raglan front Thank you
This is a Knitting Help Page where visitors can ask knitting questions, share knitting tips and tricks or share their related concerns.
what does BO 3 sts each side 1x, 2 st 2x, and 1 stitch 3x mean?
The pattern reads K15(17-19 turn) I have never come across this before.
Hi I am struggling to follow this pattern - I have done the back of the cardigan and am now doing the left front. I am knitting size 6-9 months which is
Hi, I was just reading a pattern and is asks that you , ssk 3 times, Does that mean slipping 3 stitches or just a regular 2 stitch slip done 3 times?
What does this mean? Rnds 6-17: repeat rnds 2-5 three times. (Noteworthy is rnds 3-4 is actually rnd 2 repeated twice). Helppppp