Knowing how to fixing a missed or dropped yarn over will save you lots of time and frustration as a knitter. Basically you will pick up the running stitch between the two stitches on either side of the missed or dropped yo.
How to make CARNATION flowers from coffee filters. And a companion video for making an ANAEMONE flower as well! CLICK HERE to see the Anaemone flower: www.youtube.com Click here to see more paper flowers on Hectanooga1 channel. (My other channel) www.youtube.com PLAYLISTS: LINK FOR ALL MY PAPER PROJECTS: www.youtube.com PAPIER MACHE PLAYLIST: www.youtube.com Christmas Playlist: www.youtube.com JEWELRY PLAYLIST: www.youtube.com KNITTING playlist: www.youtube.com SEWING PLAYLIST: www.youtube.com FABRIC FLOWERS: www.youtube.com CROCHET PROJECTS PLAYLIST, # 1 OF 2: www.youtube.com CROCHET PLAYLIST # 2 of 2: www.youtube.com
I haven't made a video in a VERY long time. This is my first one with the new (two months old) camera. Let me know what you think and tell me how much better it is compared to before XD Here's the Wonderly website: wonderly.com Here's the Yarn Date website: yarndate.blogspot.fr It's in French and German, so if you speak neither of these, it won't be very interesting... There's not many pictures yet... If you've seen enough of it to wonder where I got the shirt, it's from this website: www.qwertee.com
The terminology of amigurumi SC = single crochet in 1 stitch INCR = 2 stitches in 1 stitch St = Stitch Sts = Stitches SS = Slip stitch You'll need: Yarn: light weight yarn in grey, black, yellow and blue. Materials: scissor, hook size 3.5, needle , felt in black and white, all purpose glue and fiberfill for stuffing. Head and body Start with yellow yarn. 1. Magic loop (6sts) 2. INCR every st 3. INCR every 2d st 4. INCR every 3d st 5. INCR every 4d st 6. INCR every 5d st 7. INCR every 6d st 8. SC around for 22 rounds 9. DEC every 6th and 7th together 10. DEC every 5th and 6th st together 11. DEC every 4th and 5th st together 12. DEC every 3d and 4th st together 13. DEC every 2d and 3d st together 14. DEC in every st 15. Finish off with a slip stitch Pants Start with blue yarn 1. Magic ring (6) 2. INCR every st 3. INCR every 2d st 4. INCR every 3d st 5. INCR every 4d st 6. INCR every 5d st 7. INCR every 6d st 8. SC around for 10 rounds 9. Chain 1, turn the project from left to right and crochet back (repeat untill you have 3 rows) 10. For the part that's holding the pants up: Chain 15 Arms Start with yellow yarn 1. Magic ring (6) 2. SC for 9 rounds 3. From now on, switch to black yarn and SC 4. INC in every 2d st 5. SC 6. SS 7. Make 2 arms Fingers Start with black yarn 1. Chain 4 2. SC 3 3. Make 3 fingers for each arm Legs Start with black yarn 1. Magic ring (6) 2. INCR in every st 3. INCR in every 2d st 4. SC for 3 rounds 5. DEC every 2d and 3d st 6. Switch to blue yarn ...
Learn how to do a knitting "Cast-On" with this simple tutorial from LearningZoom!
Learn how to knit fingerless gloves with self-striping yarn! These videos support the Frankenfingers pattern by Elizabeth Green Musselman of Dark Matter Knits. In this fourth video, Elizabeth shows you how to start the pinky -- and how to increase the finger size if you find the fingers too small for your hand. Pattern available on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com