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8 Unique Crochet Stitch Tutorials

These are some of the latest, modern and unique crochet stitch tutorials each and every crochet lover should practice.

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Free Easy Blanket Knitting Pattern Honey Hurdles Blanket

Knitting patterns for blankets that easy enough for beginner knitters and relaxing for experienced knitters. Many of the patterns are free

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Gambit Jumper Knitting Pattern

This listing is for a digital download of the Gambit Jumper Knitting Pattern. The Gambit Jumper is an oversized piece consisting of stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches, made using the intarsia knitting technique. It is knitted flat and then later assembled. This pattern is best suited for confident beginner/ intermediate knitters. This pattern is strictly for private use only. The pattern may not be copied, redistributed or sold on. The sale of garments made from this pattern is prohibited. Sizes: UK 8 – 18 written as: size 1 (size 2, size 3, size 4, size 5) - Size 1: UK 8/10 - Size 2: UK 10/12 - Size 3: UK 12/14 - Size 4: UK 14/16 - Size 5: UK 16/18 Measurements: Circumference: 106 (110, 120, 124, 130) cm Length (measured at the centre back excluding the rib): 56 (58, 60, 62, 64) cm Suggested Needles: 4.5mm [US 7] needles 5.5mm [US 9] needles Tapestry/darning needle to assemble. Gauge: In stocking stitch: 18 sts / 24 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] In twisted rib stitch: 20 sts / 30 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] In reverse stockinette stitch: 18 sts / 24 rows for every 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] Materials: Any Aran weight yarn - 10 ply (8 wpi) Colour A - 350 (400, 450, 500, 500) g / 3.5 (4, 4. 5, 5,5) balls in Stylecraft Special Aran 100g / 196m (shown in colour Meadow) Colour B - 300 (350, 400, 450, 450) g / 3 (3.5, 4, 4.5, 4.5) balls in Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran 100g / 184m (shown in colour Vanilla Cream) Yarn Alternatives: - LIMA from Drops Design 50g/100m (Alpaca/Wool Mix) - Paris from Drops Design 50g/75m (Cotton) I can't wait to see your creations! Make sure to tag me on Instagram @rantivisuals and use the hashtag #gambitjumper. Please feel free to message me with any questions, I'm happy to help! As this is a downloadable PDF pattern no refunds will be given.

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Winterland Three Stitch Blanket

*You can see the free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the ad free, printable version from Etsy here or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE.* Happy new year! My first knitting pattern of the year is an easy blanket that uses three different stitches and three colors! It's the PERFECT blanket to make if you like meditative, simple stitches but still enjoy a variety. It was actually inspired by you (read on)! This pattern was truly inspired by you as I've had so many comments and questions like this: I'm getting back into knitting, what blanket

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How To Knit A Flower

Suddenly my life has been filled with flowers. Knitted ones. They are the perfect addition to the twiddle blankets I have been making, and a great way to use up small left over balls of wool. This flower measures three and three quarter inches across. Because I wanted a sturdy and firm finish, I used a double strand of double knitting yarn on 4mm needles (no. 8 in the old sizes). Knit stitch is used throughout. To give the petals neat edges, I use the cable method of casting on (shown on an excellent video here), and at the beginning of each row I slip a stitch knitwise with the yarn at the back of the work (shown here) ) Cast on 9 stitches, and leave a tail of yarn hanging which will be used later for sewing the flower onto the finished item. Knit 8 stitches, leaving the last stitch on the left hand needle. This is the only row where the first stitch is not slipped. Turn, ready for the next row. Slip the first stitch... ...and knit to the end of the row. Turn, slip the first stitch... ...and knit 6 stitches, leaving 2 on the left hand needle. Turn, slip one stitch, and knit to the end of the row. Turn, slip one, knit 5 stitches, and leave 3 on the left hand needle. This is the idea - the centre of the flower is on the left, where the tail is hanging from the casting on. The outer edge of the flower is on the right. Each time you knit towards the centre you leave one more stitch on the left hand needle. Keep on going, until you only need to slip one, knit one, and leave 7 stitches on the left hand needle. Turn, and knit your shortest most irritating row ever. Slip one, knit one. Turn again, and you have a natty little triangle. Now cast off 8 stitches in the normal way, just making sure you slip the first stitch. The first petal is finished! Five more to go. Leave the last stitch on the right hand needle... ... do not turn, and insert the left hand needle... ...and cast on 8 stitches. So now there are 9 stitches again, and the whole sequence is repeated... ...to make another petal. When you have six petals, cast off completely. Use the tails from the beginning and end of the work to link the first with the last petal and gather in the centre... ...and also to stitch the flower securely to the main item. All it needs now is a button in the middle. Job done, and guaranteed addictive. Linking up with Sarah's blog Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Whoop Whoop Friday.

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Knitting for beginners

Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

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Easiest Baby Booties Ever Knitting Pattern - Gina Michele

Very Easy Knit Baby Booties free knitting pattern from blogger Gina Michele. These booties are knit flat so they're perfect for beginners. They make a great gift!

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