Samantha Baby Doll- Pattern

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This is a pattern for an adorable doll knit with Cascade yarns. She is stuffed with a small amount of stuffing but mostly she is stuffed with pellets which gives her the most soft, cuddly, and floppy feel. She also has a more realistic weight. This pattern comes with the directions to make the doll, diaper, jumper and bow. This is a wonderful toy for any child to enjoy!

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Belt FREE PATTERN


This belt is knit in round in basket weave. The belt is super easy, for beginners and you’ll be finished in a flash!

Materials:
1 skein of Louisa Harding fleuris yarn. 70% bamboo/viscose 30% wool.

Size 6 circular needles.
Needle for weaving in the yarn ends
Measuring tape.

note: not all of the rounds will go through the pattern completely. That’s okay, when you get to the end of the round, go to the next step even if the pattern isn’t finished.

C/O 116 sts
K1p1 creating ribbing for 1″
1st Row: Knit
2nd Row: k1, purl to last st, k1 -repeat to the end of the round
3rd Row: k2, p2, k2, p2, k2, p2 repeat to end of round
4th Round: k2, p2, repeat to end of round
5th and 6th Rows: Rep. 1st and 2nd rounds
7th Row: k1, p1, k2, p2, k2 repeat to end of round
8th Row:  p2, k2, p2, k2 repeat to end of round.
k1p1 for 1″
B/o

If you would like to add a nice broach or decorative button/pin to the front of the belt, that can be done easily and it adds more character to the belt. Have fun with it an enjoy!

Baby’s First Baby Doll

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Materials:
Yarn:
Use any colors you wish for the body, hair, and diaper. I will list what I used:
  • Body: I used Spud and Chloe yarn in Toast for the body Color 7506, Dye lot #0836. Gauge Weight 100 grams. Gauge 4-5 sts per inch
  • Hair: Imperial Yarn- Columbia, 2Ply Mulespun. Color Wheat. Weight 4 oz, Gauge 18 sts/24 rows
  • Diaper: Peaches and Creme yarn in white color #01005.

4 Size 5 DPNs.

Tapestry needle for weaving

measuring tape

two buttons for the eyes

Black embroidery yarn for the mouth

Body:

Knit bottom up.

CO 9 sts. Move sts evenly over 3 needles. Join in the round:

K

KFB in all sts

KFB in first two sts, k to last 2 sts on the needle, KFB in last 2 sts. Repeat for last 2 needles.

Repeat last step until there are 18 sts on each needle

K even for 2 1/2″ from Cast-on Edge

K2tog, K to last 2 sts, K2tog. Repeat for last 2 needles. (16sts on each needle)

K until entire piece measures 4″

K4tog, k to last 4 sts, K4tog. Repeat for last two needles. (10 sts on each needle)

K2tog, K to last 2 sts, K2tog. Repeat for last 2 needles (8 sts on each needle)

repeat last step (6 sts on each needle)

K 4 rounds

KFB in first 2sts, k to last 2 sts, KFB in those two sts. Repeat for other 2 needles (10 sts on each needle)

Repeat last step (14 sts on each needle)

K until head measures 2″

K3tog, K to last 3 sts, K3tog. repeat for last 2 needles.

K2tog, k to last 2 sts, K2tog. Repeat on last 2 needles.

repeat

k 3 rounds

K2together, k to end. Repeat on last 2 needles.

repeat last step until there are 5 sts on each needle

K3tog, K to end

Close

ARMS

In a triangular pattern, Pick up 4 sts on each needle. See photo for more details.

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K even until arm measures 1 1/2″

K2tog, k to end. Repeat for the last two needles.

KFB in first st, k to end. Repeat on other two needles.

K 5 rounds

K2tog until two sts on each needle

Close with Kitchener stitch.

Legs

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In a triangular pattern pick up 5 sts on each needle.

K until leg measures 2 1/2″

K2tog, k to end. Repeat for the last two needles.

KFB in first st, k to end. Repeat on other two needles.

K 6 rounds

K2tog until two sts on each needle

Close with Kitchener stitch.

FACE

Add the eyes, nose, hair and mouth however you wish.

Note: I added buttons because this baby was made for my almost 4 year old. If you are making this doll for a baby, it may be best to embroider the eyes. 🙂

For the nose, I took a strand of yarn and picked up two sts on the face. I wrapped the yarn around the stitches over and over until I liked the size and shape of the nose. NOTE: Do the same thing for the navel.

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Diaper
Work flat
Cast on 24 sts
Work in rib stitch -K, p to end of row for 3 rows
K Row turn
P row turn
repeat until diaper measures 1″
Start next row On the knitting side
K2tog, k to last 2 k2tog
P2tog, p to last 2 p2tog
Repeat until there are 14 sts on the needle
Work even in pattern until piece measures 3″
Start on knitting side
Kfb k to last St Kfb
pfb p to last St pfb
Repeat until there are 22 sts on the needle
Cast on 6 sts k to end turn
Cast on 6 sts p to end turn
K turn
P turn
Repeat until diaper measures 4 1/2″
Work in ribbing stitch k1p1 until ribbing measures 1″
Cast off
Attach diaper to the baby

ENJOY!

Ruby- Free Knitting Pattern

Meet Ruby! She measures 14 1/2″ long X 11″ wide. Her body and diaper are knit, but her dress, shoes and bow are crochet. This doll is a bit more complicated than the other patterns I’ve offered here.
Materials:
Yarn:
Use any colors you wish for the body, hair, diaper and dress. I will list what I used:
  • Body: I used Spud and Chloe yarn in Toast for the body Color 7506, Dye lot #0836. Gauge Weight 100 grams. Gauge 4-5 sts per inch
  • Shoes and Dress Staccato sock yarn in green. Color #103 Dye Lot # 0677. Gauge 30 sts = 4″
  • Dress: Berroco Ultra Alpaca in pink. Color #62178 Dye lot # 001. Gauge 5 sts = 1″
  • Hair: Imperial Yarn- Columbia, 2Ply Mulespun. Color 28 Spiced Poppy. Dye lot # 111. Weight 4 oz, Gauge 18 sts/24 rows
  • Diaper: Peaches and Creme yarn in white color #01005.

4 Size 5 DPNs.

2 size 8 needles.

Tapestry needle for weaving

measuring tape

two buttons for the eyes

Black embroidery yarn for the mouth

Body:

Knit bottom up.

CO 9 sts. Move sts evenly over 3 needles. Join in the round:

  • K
  • KFB in all sts-
  • K
  • KFB in all sts.
  • K
  • KFB in all sts-
  • K evenly until body measures 3 1/2″ from CO edge.
  • K to last 2 sts on the needle K2tog. Repeat for the last two sts.
  • Repeat until there are 20 sts on each needle
  • K until the body measures 6″
  • K to last 4 sts. K4tog. Repeat for the last two needles.
  • K to last two sts, K2tog. Repeat for following 2 needles
  • Repeat last step until there are 10 sts. on each needle.
  • K 3 rounds
  • K to last st, KFB in last st.
  • Repeat until there are 14 sts on each needle
  • Begin stuffing body.
  • K 3 rounds
  • K to last st on the needle, KFB. Repeat for following two needles.
  • K
  • Repeat last two steps until there are 18 sts on each needle.
  • K 8 rounds
  • K to last 2 sts. K2tog. Repeat until there are 3 sts on each needle
  • close

Legs:

  • Pick up 7 sts in a triangular pattern. Refer to photo for pattern.
  • K even for 4″
  • KFB in first and last 3 sts.
  • K 2 rounds
  • KFB in last st on each needle
  • Move 7 sts from the last needle to the first needle, and move 7 sts from last needle to the second needle. (Note: the needle points should be pointing to the front and back of head) You will be working back and for on two needles from now on.
  • K to last st, KFB. On second needle KFB and k to the end. (KFB should be near the toes, not the heal).
  • K
  • Repeat last two steps until there are 24 sts on each needle.
  • Stuff foot lightly and close with the Kitchener stitch.

Arms:

This is for the left arm. When you get to the hand, do the For the right arm, do the opposite. If it says, first st- follow the same instructions, but for the last st.

  • In a triangular pattern, pick up 7 sts on each needle.
  • K for 3″
  • KFB on first st on first needle, and last stitch on second needle.
  • Move 4 sts from 2nd needle to 1st needle, and the remaining 4sts from 2nd needle to the 3rd needle. Note. When you hold the arm out you want the needles to be horizontal. You will be working back and forth on two needles now.
  • KFB on 1st and last of each needle.
  • Repeat
  • K 2 rounds
  • K to last 2 sts on first needle, K2tog. Second needle K2tog, k to the end.
  • repeat
  • K
  • K2tog , k to last 2 sts k2tog on first needle. Second needle repeat.
  • K2tog, k to end of the needle. K to last 2 sts, K2tog.
  • repeat
  • K
  • stuff arm and hand (lightly)
  • close with kitchener stitch.

Diaper:

Use size 8 needles

  • CO 18 sts
  • Work three rounds of K
  • P
  • K2tog, k to last 2 sts K2tog
  • p
  • repeat last 2 sts until there are 6 sts on your needle.
  • p
  • k
  • p
  • KFB in 1st st. K to last st KFB
  • p
  • repeat until there are 16 sts on the needle
  • p
  • KFB in 1st 2 sts. K to last 2 sts. KFB in last 2 sts.
  • P
  • Repeat last two steps
  • K 2 rounds
  • BO
  • Crochet around the edge of the diaper.
  • Attach to the body

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Shoes

Using a size E hook

  • Ch8 Skip the first st and DC into the top “bar” of each stitch to the end. At the last st DC 5 sts into that stitch. This will begin to form a “shell” shape. Continue around that and DC into the bottom “bar” of the same ch sts. Make 5 dc into the to and heal at each round.
  • Make 4 rounds of dc.
  • Round 5 follow same steps as above- but make Triple (AKA treble) crochet stitches into each st. Do not add extra sts in the toe and heal.
  • Beginning at 1 1/2″ from toe (on both sides) work sc stitch back and for 3 rounds. Cut yarn and close knot at the end. Use pink yarn to make a bow in the front of the shoe. Refer to photos.
  • Attach to foot.

Dress:

using size I hook

Start with Green:

  • Ch 42
  • Join in the round and work a dc st in each st
  • When you reach the beginning of each round sl the first st and then follow the pattern as instructed. This is the case for each round from now on.
  • Work 5 rounds in green.
  • Change to pink Work 2 sts in Triple (AKA Treble) Crochet st and in the third stitch, work 2 tc sts in that st. Repeat to the end of the row.
  • Work 3 rounds of TC.
  • Break yarn. Close sl st and weave in ends.
  • At the top of the dress, pick up 3 sts and work SC sts back and forth until the strap measures 2 1/2″
  • With the dress on the doll, attach the strap to the back of the dress. Repeat for the other strap.
  • Using pink yarn, weave through the second row, on the front of the dress and tie a bow.
Bow:
Using a size I hook
Ch 5 and join in the round with a sl st.
Make 5 TC into center of ring. On opposite side, make 5 TC into center of ring. At this point it should already look like a bow. Chain a long tail and warp it around the center of the bow. Leave a long tail so you can tie the bow around the pigtails of your doll.
Make 2

Hair:

Pull hair into pigtails and tie with bows. Trim hair.

Face:

in the center of face, take up two stitches and wind the yarn around the two stitches. Sew on the button eyes. Using black yarn- make a simple mouth.

Ears:

Cast on 5 stitches on a size 5 needle.

K turn

P turn

BO

Sew onto the side of the head.

 

Diane Dragonfly

Materials:

Cascade 220 Yarn in black for body, any desired color for wings

4 US size 5 double-pointed knitting needles.

Tapestry needle for weaving

Poly-fiber stuffing.

Pipe-cleaner 

Measuring tape

Scissors

 

Measurements: 

4 1/2″ long and 4 1/24″ wide



Abbreviations:

CO- Cast on

K-knit

K2tog- K 2 stitches together

Body 

CO 9 sts. join in round – 
k for 5″ -stuff, and add a pipe cleaner.
Cut yarn and weave into the stitches from the needle.
Close
 
Wings
 Refer to photos for how to pick up sts.
 Pick up 8 sts on one needle. 
Directly under that needle, pick up 8 more sts. 
-k 5 rounds on both needles
-k2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog on first needle. 
Repeat on second needle.
 
-k around on both needles until the wing measures 2″ 
-close with kitchener stitch. repeat on other side of dragonfly

Scrappy Snake- FREE PATTERN

Scrappy Snake Free Pattern:

Like me, you probably have lots of little yarn “scraps” or left-over yarn from past projects that you just can’t bring yourself to throw away, but it’s not enough for another full project. After a while, we are left with lots of small “scraps” of yarn. I came up with this pattern so that we can use up our yarn scraps. Meet Scrappy Snake! You can make him as long as you like, and he is soft and great for kids! My son LOVES his Scrappy!

Materials:

All the scrap yarn you have! 

4 US size 5 double-pointed knitting needles.



Tapestry needle for weaving


Measuring tape


Cable Needle



Abbreviations:

K-knit

P-Purl

C3F- Cable three stitches toward the front (6 stitch cable). Slip three stitches on a cable needle and hold toward the front of the work, knit the next three stitches, then slip the stitches on your cable needle back onto the left hand needle and knit.

KFB- Knit in the front and back of a single stitch

K2together- knit two stitches together.

Beginning at the head.

CAST-ON 9 stitches and spread those 9 stitches evenly over three needles. There should be three stitches on each needle. Place a stitch marker at your slip knot. This will be the beginning of each round.

REMEMBER- stuff with poly-fill as you go along.

Round 1- K

Round 2- K1 (KFB into remaining stitches on the needle) Repeat for the next two needles.

Round 3-k

Round 4- K2 (KFB into remaining stitches on the needle) Repeat for the next two needles

Round 5- K

Round 6- K3 (KFB into remaining stitches on the needle) Repeat for the next two needles

Round 7- k

Round 8- K4 (KFB into remaining stitches on the needle) Repeat for the next two needles

Round 8- K

Round 9- K3 (K2together until the end of the needle) Repeat for the next two needles

Round 10- K until the head measures 2 inches total.

Change colors (I will have a video for this ASAP)

(Repeat these steps at the beginning of each color change. You can add as many links as you wish! Each color link will measure about 2 1/4 inches long!)

K6 rounds

Round 7- Knit on the first needle, the second needle (k1, C3F, K1), third needle K

Round 8-10- K

Round 11- Knit on the first needle, the second needle (k1, C3F, K1), third needle

Round 12-18- K

Change Colors.

Tail:

Round 1-6: K

Round 7- K2 (k2together until the end of the needle) Repeat for the remaining two needles

Round 8-10- K

Round 11- K1 (K2together until the end of the needle) Repeat for the remaining two needles

Round 12-14- K

Cut a length of tail and weave it onto a tapestry needle. Weave the tapestry needle through the remaining stitches and close the hole tight.

(Note: the cables are the back of the snake, so when you are adding eyes, make sure the cables are on his back!)

Tongue-

On the face, pick up two stitches (leave a long piece of yarn for weaving through the tongue later) and work in i-cord until the tongue measures 2 inches. Cut your yarn (leaving a tail) and weave the tail through a tapestry needle. Weave the needle through the two stitches on the end and pull. Weave the other tail (at the beginning) through the tongue to the tip. Tie the two tails together so that the tip of the tongue has a V-shape. Trim

Little Pig- FREE PATTERN

Please follow my blog! I am currently designing more patterns! 

Materials:

6oz, 170g of Caron Simply Soft yarn. In soft pink. 

4- Us size 8 double-pointed knitting needles and 5 US size 5 double-pointed knitting needles.



Tapestry needle for weaving


Measuring tape



Measurements:


7 1/2″ long, 3 1/2″ tall



Abbreviations:

K-knit

P-Purl

KFB- Knit in the front and back of a single stitch

K2together- knit two stitches together.

Cast on 9 stitches on a US size 8 double-pointed needle. Evenly distribute your stitches onto 3 needles. Place a stitch marker at the slip-knot. This is the beginning of your round.

Round 1- K

Round 2- K1, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle. Repeat to the end of the row.

Round 3- K

Round 4- K2, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle . Repeat the the end of the row.

Round 4- K

Round 5- K3, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle. Repeat to the end of the row.

Place a stitch marker at the beginning of the next round.

Round 6- K until the piece measures 1 inch.

Decreasing rounds.

Round 1- K2together around

Round 2 and 3- K

Round 4- K2, K2together to the end of the row.

Round 5- K

Increasing round-

Round 1- K2, KFB, k4 Repeat to the end of the row.

Round 2-K

Round 3-K2, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle. Repeat to the end of the row.

Round 4- K3, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle. Repeat to the end of the row.

Round 5- K

Round 6- K4, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle . Repeat to the end of the row.

Round 7- K

Round 8-  K5, KFB in each stitch to the end of the needle. Repeat to the end of the row.

Place a stitch marker at the beginning of the next round.

Round 9- K until the piece measures 1 inch.

Decreasing rounds:

Round 1- K5, K2together. Repeat to the end.

Round3-K

Round 4- K4, K2together. Repeat to the end.

Round 5- K

Round 6- K3, K2together. Repeat to the end.

Begin stuffing the head and body.

Round 7- K

Round 8- K2, K2together. Repeat to the end.

Round 9-K

Round 10- K1, K2together. Repeat to the end.

Round 11- K

Round 12- K2together around

Cut a tail about 7 inches long, thread onto a tapestry needle and weave through the remaining stitches. Pull the stitches closed and weave in the ends.

LEGS- Make 4- Refer to the pictures for placement of legs

(see last photo for an illustration on how to pick up stitches)

Using 4 size 5 double-pointed needles, pick up 3 stitches on each needle in a square.

Knit each round until the leg measures 1/2 inch.

Round 2- Purl.

Round 3- K2together, K- repeat to end of row.

Stuff with small amount of poly-fiber.

Cut a tail and thread it onto a tapestry needle. Weave tail through remaining stitches. Pull stitches closed and weave in the end.

Nose-

With 4 size 5 needles, pick up 4 stitches on each needle.

Round 1- K

Round 2-P

Stuff lightly with poly-fiber.

Round 3- K2together to the end of the row.

Cut a tail and thread it onto a tapestry needle. Weave tail through remaining stitches. Pull stitches closed and weave in the end.

Ears Make 2:

With a Size 5 double pointed knitting needle, pick up 6 stitches on top of the head. Refer to the pictures for ear placement.

Row 1- K

Row 2- P

Row 3- K2, K2together, K2

Row 4- P

Row 5- K2together, K1, K2together

Row 6- P

Row 7- K3together.

Cut tail and weave in ends.

Tail: 

With a size 5 double-pointed needle, pick up 3 stitches.

Knitting in I-cord, knit until the tail measures two inches.

Cut a long yarn tail. Twist the tail until you get the desired curly tail look, and secure the tail in curly position with the yarn end. Weave in remaining yarn.

Add eyes and a mouth if you wish!

Enjoy!

For The Love of Cables- Free Pattern


Materials:
160 Yards of Superwash worsted yarn. Weight 100 grams. I used the Spud and Chloe yarn on the neck warmer in the photos. 55% Wool + 45% Organic Cotton.
Us size 8 knitting needles. (I love working on round needles, but straight needles would work just fine)Two medium size button


Tapestry needle for weaving


Measuring tape


stitch holder


Measurements:


20″ long and 4″ wide


Gauge


4-5stitches per inch.


Abbreviations:


K- Knit 
P- Purl
CO- Cast on 
BO- Bind Off 
M4- Make 4 stitches
C(2,3)F- Cable (2,3) stitches in the front of your work. Slip (2,3) stitches onto a stitch holder and hold them toward the front of your work. Knit the next (2,3) stitches, replace the slipped stitches back onto the left hand needle and knit.
C(2,3)B- Cable (2,3) stitches in the back of your work. Slip (2,3) stitches onto a stitch holder and hold them toward the back of your work. Knit the next (2,3) stitches, replace the slipped stitches back onto the left hand needle and knit.

For the Love of Cables Neck Warmer:

CO 28 stitches
Row 1: Knit 

Button hole rows 2-3
Row 2:  K2, P1, K1, BO 4, K1 P3, C2F, K2, P3, K1, BO4, K1, P1, K2
Row 3: K3, P2, M4,  K3, P4, K3, M4, P2, K3
Row 4: K2, P1, K6, P3, K4, P3, K6, P1, K2
Row 5: K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 6: K2, P1, C3B, K3, P3, K4, C3F, K3, P1, K2
Row 7:  K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 8: K2, P1, K6, P3, C2B, K2, P3, K6, P1, K2
Row 9:  K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 10:  K2, P1, C3B, K3, P3, K4, P3, C3F, K3, P1, K2
Row 11:   K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 12: K2, P1, K6, P3, K4, P3, K6, P1, K2
Row 13:K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 14:  K2, P1, C3B, K3, P3, K4, P3, C3F, K3, P1, K2
Row 15: K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 16:  K2, P1, K6, P3, C2F, K2, P3, K6, P1, K2
Row 17: K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 18: K2, P1, C3B, K3, P3, K4, P3, C3F, K3, P1, K2
Row 19: K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 20: K2, P1, K6, P3, K4, P3, K6, P1, K2
Row 21:K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 22:  K2, P1, C3B, K3, P3, K4, P3, C3F, K3, P1, K2
Row 23:   K3, P6, K3, P4, K3, P6, K3
Row 24:  K2, P1, K6, P3, C2B, K2, P3, K6, P1, K2

Repeat Rows 9- 24 until your work measures 20″

Next Row Knit
BO

Finishing: Add buttons to the left side of your neck warmer, farthest from the CO edge.  Weave in yarn ends.

Enjoy! 


3 Cables Neck Warmer- Free Pattern

Okay, this is my first time creating a pattern to share with the public, so if you spot an error in the pattern, comment here and I’ll happily correct it! Otherwise, enjoy the free pattern and HAPPY KNITTING!

Materials:

220 yards of 3.5 oz %100 wool yarn. I used Cascade 220 yarn in black that I purchased at my local yarn shop http://www.thewholenineyarns.com/ It’s soft and light! There was enough to make two of these neck warmers!

Us size 10.5 knitting needles. (I love working on round needles, but straight needles would work just fine)

One medium size button


Tapestry needle for weaving


Measuring tape


stitch holder


Measurements:


25″ long and 5 1/4″ wide


Gauge


4 stitches per inch.


Abbreviations:


K- Knit 
P- Purl
CO- Cast on 
BO- Bind Off 
M3- Make 3 stitches


Neck Warmer


CO 30 stitches


Rows 1-3 Knit
Row 4  K4, P2, Slip next 2 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit next 2 stitches, place the 2 stitches from stitch holder back onto your left hand needle and knit those 2 stitches, P2, Slip next 3 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit the next 3 stitches, place the 3 stitches from the stitch holder back onto the left hand needle and knit those 3 stitches, P2,  Slip next 2 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit next 2 stitches, place the 2 stitches from stitch holder back onto your left hand needle and knit those 2 stitches, P2, K4, turn.
Row 5: K6, P4, K2, P6, K2, P4, K6, turn.
Row 6: K4, P2, K4, P2, K6, P2, K4, P2, K4, turn.
Row 7: K6, P4, K2, P6, K2, P4, K6, turn.


Repeat rows 4-7 until your piece measures 23″.


Work the button hole: (Make sure you start the buttonhole row during a cable-twist row)


Next Row: K4, P2, Slip next 2 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit next 2 stitches, place the 2 stitches from stitch holder back onto your left hand needle and knit those 2 stitches, P2, Slip next 3 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit the next 3 stitches, place the 3 stitches from the stitch holder back onto the left hand needle and knit those 3 stitches, P2,  Slip next 2 stitches onto a stitch holder and hold toward the front of your work, knit next 2 stitches, place the 2 stitches from stitch holder back onto your left hand needle and knit those 2 stitches, P1, BO 3, K2.


Next Row: K2, M3, K1, P4, K2, P6, K2, P4, K6


Repeat Rows 6-7
Last 3 rows- K


BO


Weave in yarn tails.


Sew your button onto the right side of the neck warmer about 6″ from the cast-on edge.


You are done!