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small + friendly: Free Pattern: Simple Ribbed Knit Hat
Simple Knit Ribbed Hat Pattern
Note:�As with my last tutorial , I've linked to helpful YouTube videos to make the process more clear for beginners. �This pattern was inspired and adapted from this pattern . �
You'll need: �
US size 8 16" circular needles
Worsted weight yarn, this is Vanna's Choice�
Crochet hook or tapestry needle
For a child's sized hat cast on 72 stitches (I use the...
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Knitting instructions | Knit -A-Square
Cast on whatever feels most comfortable to you:
� 44/45 stitches on 4 mm (6 US) needles
� 40/42 stitches on 4.5mm(7 US) needles
� 35/36 stitches on 5 mm (8 US) needles
Row 1: Knit.
Row 2: Knit.
Rows 1 and 2 form the 'garter' stitch knitting pattern for your square. Continue knitting as per these two rows until your square is as long as it is wide.
To ensure your square is 20cm/8" either use...
Long Tail Tubular Bind Off | Purl Soho
Also, this bind off is the companion to the Long Tail Tubular Cast On , so be sure to check out that tutorial for those occasions when you start with a ribbed edge too!
You will need a spare circular or double pointed needle, equal or smaller than your working needle and long enough to accommodate half your stitches. In this tutorial, my spare needle is the wooden double pointed needle and my working needle is the metal circular needle.
You will also need a tapestry needle.
This technique works both for knitting in the round or flat.
The example shown below is for a 1 x 1 rib. This method can be easily...
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How to Make 30 Minute Infinity Scarf - Knit - Handimania
i love it and i cant wait to try it but how many rows should i do? i understand to cast on 12 to start but that is the first row. how many rows should i do total?
September 18, 2014 at 8:28 pm
Hey, all. I've found that Martha Stewart Lofty Wool Blend Yarn works amazingly for this knit...
Seaming - Vogue Knitting | The Ultimate Knitting Experience
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You can choose from many types of seaming techniques, depending on your personal preference. Each method has its own characteristics and may require different tools.
It is best to use your knitting yarn to sew the pieces together, unless you have used a novelty or untwisted, roving yarn. In that case, sew the...
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Two Socks on Two Circular Needles - About Knitting
Knitting two socks on two circular needles at the same time is a bit of knitterly magic that, like so many other things in knitting, seems a lot more complicated than it is. The first time you knit two socks at the same time you're likely to be confused some of the time, but trust that everything will work out and soon you may be wondering why you ever knit socks one at a time.
This tutorial is...
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