Saturday, November 29, 2008

Ear Warmer Paton's

Ear Warmer Paton's
Simple Garter Stitch creates this very soft ear warmer. The yarn is Paton's Pooch. I would buy this when it's on sale or if you have a michael's coupon because it's 6.99 for only 30 some yards. It only uses about 20 of those yards. Download PDF for the pattern info

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Crossing Paths

- Crossing Paths -

The cable pattern is bordered by moss stitch. It starts out as ribbing then goes into the wovan cable pattern. Very easy!
CO: 29
Height is 9 in.
Width at top and bottom is 7 in., the center is 6 in.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Arm Warmer Pebble Blue

This is a great arm warmer for you to try. I made it FLAT instead of circular. So much easier for a beginner. All you have to do is sew it up on the underside.

Pebble Blue Arm Warmer is very easy to make. It only uses knits and purls. You only have to repeat 4 rows for the pattern. CO 25 stitches. (You need an uneven number of stitches.) It's 6 inches wide using a US size 11 needle. It looks a little like lace but it's actually not. The larger the needle the more of a lace effect you will see.

Link fixed 8/13/14

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Heather's Cabled Purse

This is an easy cable patterned purse. Definetly a beginner pattern. In the pattern instructions I included video links to some techniques if you choose to do them. It's made flat, then folded in half.

DOWNLOAD PDF HERE:   Updated 3/31/12
All the instructions ca be found in that document.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Double Patterned Cable Moss Stitch Pattern

This is the easiest of all cable patterns. It has a lot of moss stitch. The finished size is 6 x 9 inches. CO 24 sts. . Your using the cable needle 1 time.


**VIDEO:** How to do the Knit stitch:

**VIDEO:** How to do the Purl stitch:

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Ribbed cable stitch pattern

Ribbed Cable Stitch Pattern
You only have to use a cable needle twice on this cable stitch pattern.
CO 30
Size: 6 in x 9 inches
Yards: 30-40 yard of yarn needed.

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