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I posted this picture of my yarn holder I made on my crochet group and what do you know it ends up on Pinterest and not by me. Well I guess people like my idea
Knit dishcloths: Cast on 38 stitches. Knit 3 rows for border. Row 1: (right side): Knit. Row 2: K 3, purl to last 3 stitches, k 3. Row 3: K 3, (P 2, k 1) 10 times, p 2, k 3. Row 4: K 3, (K 2, p 1) 10 times, k 5. Repeat these 4 rows, 6 times. If a colored center stripe is desired, change yarn now and work rows 1 – 4, 2 times in desired color. Change back to main color and work the 4 row pattern, 6 times. Knit last 4 rows. Bind off and weave in ends.
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The Catipi Knitting Pattern - #ad The Catipi is an easy to read pattern, with step by step instructions and tips on how to knit, felt and shape this cosy cat den. tba pet
Free knitting pattern for Floral Mesh Bonnet - Gretchen Tracy designed this lace cloche that extends over the ears in sizes from child through adult.
Knitting Pattern for Slouchy Earflap Hat - The Charlotte Beanie is a quick knit using only one skein of yarn and can easily be made in one evening. It’s a cozy, slightly slouchy, split brim hat with long braided ties. tba quick one skein super bulky
Knitted headbands are so cute, and are the perfect beginner project. Find free knitting patterns at: http://www.sewinlove.com.au/category/free-knitting-pattern/