Coccon stitch hat

  KNITTED MEASUREMENTS Kid size (fit 2-10 yrs) Head circumference (19-21)″/ (48-53) cm   MATERIALS Used 1.5 oz/45 g of 1 ball of Bernat POP ( 5 oz/140 g, Approx 280 yds/256 cm, 100% Acrylic) 84023 MASQUERADE Circular Needle: size 7 (4.5 mm) length 16″/40 cm Measuring tape Pair of scissors Eye blunt needle   […]

Cocoon stitch (pod stitch tutorial) – stitch 37

                  Cast on: Multiple of 8+1 stitches and repeat of 12 rows. Instruction: Row 1 (wrong side): P1, rep *(K1, P1, K5, P1)* to the end Row 2: Sl1, rep *(P5, K1, P1, K1)* to the end Row 3: Sl1, rep *(M1, KPK into next stitch, M1, P1, P5TOG, P1)* to the end Row […]

Easy knit slippers

                    Materials: Medium (Num 4 ) size yarn – bernat pop yarn 3.5 mm/ 4 US needles A pair of scissors Eye blunt needle Size fit: Adult large Cast on: 36 stitches, 42 row repeat Instruction: Ribbing: (R1 to R3) Row 1: rep*(K1, P1)* Row 2: […]

Easy two-color Brioche Rib stitch hat on circular

Materials: 16″ circular Two color yarn Stitch markers Measuring tape Eye blunt needle Cast on: (General rule) 1) Measure the head circumference and write down the number(X). 2) Find the required stitch number for 10*10 cm square with your selected yarn and needle(Y). If you have the yarn label that will give you this number […]

Slouchy Toque tutorial Dandelion stitch

                  KNITTED MEASUREMENTS Head circumference 22″/56 cm   MATERIALS Used 2.5 oz/75 g of 1 ball (120 g 100% Acrylic) Bébé Luv Baby Fashion Georga, Colour # Grey and # blue Circular Needle: size 7 (4.5 mm) length 16″/40 cm Measuring tape Pair of scissors Eye blunt needle   GAUGE […]

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Easy slippers in Garter stitch

These fabulous slippers are designed by Hanna Leväniemi. The pattern has been worked in garter stitch making a flat fabric measuring from the heel to the tip of the little toe, and then doing symmetrical decreases for toes, finally it is seamed in the front and finished by crocheting the seaming line for nicer look. To get […]

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Blanket pattern with coin/blister/tuck stitch

  This lovely knit blanket is made by by Tree Crispin from Ravelry. The stitch used is a classic Coin stitch, also called blister stitch or tuck stitch. The finished size for the blanket is 40 x 45”. Click here for knitting pattern Click here for coin stitch video tutorial

I am a beginner, what are my steps?

Welcome to the world of knitting! Learning a new skill could be challenging sometime specially if there is not enough useful resources to rely on them. Many websites, tutorials and even books became useless as it comes to beginners tutorials since they mostly rely on intermediate and experienced lessons. Here I decided to tour you […]

The length of tail in long tail casting on?

  Some people find it is challenging to figure out what would be the length of yarn in long tail casting on to cast on the very first stitch. Despite some traditional ways that give rough estimation for measured tail, which work in some situations but not in others, there is a precise way, for […]

How to make gloves (convertible mitten tutorial)

Hey guys! It’s been a long time since I decided to make this tutorial. By so far it has been my longest tutorial. To make it easy to navigate through each section, I divided the tutorial into five parts. Part 1 covers: how to start the glove and do cuff and the palm loop, part 2 covers: […]

Marking the thumb row

Part 2 After working enough rows to reach to the thumb row, approximately 5.5 inch from cast on edge, you will need to mark 16 stitches for small glove, or (18/20/22) for (M/L/XL), to create the thumb on it later. The instruction for left hand and right hand will be slightly different. Left hand: The working yarn should […]

How to make fingers on gloves

Part 3 The number of stitches allocated for each finger would be the same in gloves. Having said that, you divide the number of stitches you cast on by 4 (number of your fingers except for thumb), and that would be the number of stitches required for each finger. For example, I started my gloves […]

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