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So Simple Shawl

People often say to me "I couldn't possible knit a shawl". With my So Simple Shawl you will discover that you can. Go for it - I used double knitting with the one in the photo but you can use any yarn you like. Just remember to use the needles stated on the ball band and allow enough yarn. Requirements 4mm needles 4mm circular needle ( knitting straight) 3x100gms AntiPilling Ice Yarn or 750 metres of Dk weight Abbreviations yfwd – Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch sl1k2tog psso – slip the next stitch onto the right needle knit 2 together then pass the slip stitch over the knit two together k - knit Pattern First side of the triangle Cast on 3

Megan Summer Scarf

The little sister of my Fiona Shawl. Super for the summer in cotton or in Aran on 5mm needles for the winter. Requirements 200 grams (400m) Cotton Dk yarn 4mm needles 2 buttons If you wish to do this pattern in other weights of yarn remember to use the needle size stated on the ball band. Abbreviations ssk – slip two stitches on to the right needle without knitting and then knit into the front of them with the left needle. m1 – make one stitch, by picking up the horizontal loop before next stitch and knitting into back of it yo - place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch K2tog – knit the next two stitches together to make one stitch Pattern Cast on 31

Victoria Shawl

Another little pattern that is a great stash buster Requirements 4mm long circular needle 100gms / 360 mtrs Ice Yarn Magic Abbreviations yfwd – yarn forward. Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch Sl 1 - slip the first stitch (do not knit into it) K2tog – knit 2 together Stretchy cast off knit two stitches from the left hand needle,* insert left hand needle from front to back in both stitches, knit them together through the back of the loops and slip off the needle. One stitch remains on your right hand needle Knit next stitch from left hand needle then repeat from * Pattern Cast on 20 stitches using two needle method Knit one row Edge Pattern Row 1

Lace Headband

Requirements 50gms/ 110 mtrs Ice yarn Wool Worsted 50 (aran weight) 5mm needles Abbreviations K2tog – knit to together Yo – place yarn from the back of work to the front and over right hand needle creating a stitch Ssk – slip next 2 stitches onto right hand needle place tip of left hand needle through the front of the stitches and knit the two together Pattern Cast on 20 stitches and knit one row Row 1 (RS): K2 p2, *k5, p2*; rep from * once K2 Row 2: K4 *p5, k2*; rep from * once K2 Row 3: K2 p2, *k2tog, yo, k1, yo, ssk, p2*; rep from* once K2 Row 4: Rep Row 2 Repeat row 1 – 4 until work measures 52cm or desired length If you enjoyed this pattern why not visit our site for more free/ paid des

Twin Leaf Headband

A super little introduction to lace knitting. A great stash buster and present. Requirements 5mm straight needles 50gms/ 110 mtrs Aran weight yarn Abbreviations yo – yarn over Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch or right the way around the needle when purling. Sl 1 - slip the first stitch (do not knit into it) K3tog – knit 3 together K2tog – knit 2 together SK2po – slip next stitch on to right hand needle knit 2tog then pass slip stitch over Pattern With 5mm needles cast on 23 stitches and knit one row Lace pattern Row 1 – k2, p1 - *k4, k3tog, yo,k1,yo, p1,yo,k1,yo,sk2po,k4,p1 * k2 Row 2 – k2 * K1,p8 repeat* K3 – and every following wrong side ro

Downton Abbey Gloves

Inspired by the 20's. Great stash busters and a fabulous quick present knit. Required 3.5mm and 4mm needles 50 gms Ice Magic or any other Dk yarn Abbreviations K – knit P - purl Yo – place the yarn to the front of your work then take it right the way around the right hand needle ending at the front of your work so that you are ready to purl the next stitch. yfwd – yarn forward. Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch with 4mm needles cast on 38 sts Knit 3 rows Pattern Row 1 – knit Row 2 – purl Row 3 – K2 (yo P1 P3tog yo k2) repeat to end of row Row 4 – purl Repeat pattern 10 more times (11 in full) Change to 3.5 mm needles Stocking stitch 4 rows (k

Winter is Coming - Game of Thrones Patterns

Living on the North Coast of Northern Ireland we are now officially the set of Game of Thrones. Inspired by this I have designed two free patterns. Game of Thrones Handwarmers and Winterfell Shawl enjoy knitting them. Game of Throne Hand Warmers fits average hand To make larger just increase the number of stitches before the pattern. 4 mm needles 50 gms Double knitting yarn Abbreviations yfwd – yarn forward. Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch Sl 1 - slip the first stitch (do not knit into it) K2tog – knit 2 together Pattern Cast on 35 sts using two needle method Knit one row Lace Pattern Row 1 – sl 1 knit wise K18 (yfwd k2tog) seven times, yfwd,

For My Best Friend Chemo Headband

Requirements 1 Ball Red Heart Soft (Aran) or any other soft Aran weight yarn(as soft as possible) 5mm needles ABBREVIATIONS m1 – make one stitch, by picking up the horizontal loop before next stitch and knitting into back of it yfwd – Place yarn to the front of your work then over the needle to knit the next stitch s1k1psso – slip the next stitch from the left to the right needle knit the next stitch then pass the slipped stitch over the stitch just knit k2tog – knit the next two stitches together k – knit p – purl garter stitch – knit all rows Pattern Using 5 mm needles and two needle method cast on 18 stitches Knit 1 row Row 1 – k3,k2tog,yfwd,k5,yfwd,k3,s1k1psso,k3 Row 2 and all wrong s

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