November 18, 2012 at 5:16 pm (Crafting, Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: cast on, casting on, craft, crafting, crafts, doll, Free pattern, how to, how to cast-on, Knit, knit doll, knit in the round, knit toy, knitting, Pattern, Patterns, tutorial
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!
Please visit my Etsy shop for this pattern!
November 12, 2012 at 8:45 pm (Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: Bind-off, cast on, casting on, craft, crafting, how to bind-off, how to cast-on, how to make the stockinette stitch, Knit, knit in the round, knitting, Pattern, Patterns, purl, stocking stitch, tutorial
This beautiful cable knit purse has bamboo handles, satin lining, and a magnetic clasp. This is a super-fast knitting project. The pattern includes instructions for adding the lining, clasp, handles, and ribbon. This pattern is on sale for $5.00. Check out my Etsy shop! This purse measures 10″ wide by 13″ tall.
November 8, 2012 at 2:44 pm (Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: cable-knit, clutch purse, coin purse, crafting, knitting, knitting patterns, Pattern, Patterns, purse
This beautiful cable-knit clutch purse is made on size 19 circular needles with super bulky yarn. This purse knits up super-fast and is closed with the kitchener stitch. This is a perfect gift, or even great to make for yourself when you just need a little clutch purse. It can even be used to hold all of your knitting/crochet materials. This purse is available at my Etsy shop. Check it out!
November 3, 2012 at 7:35 pm (Crafting, Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: 11th doctor, amigurumi, craft, crafting, crochet, Doctor Who, Dr. Who, etsy, Knit, knit doll, knit in the round, knitting, Pattern
Introducing Dr. Who, the 11th Doctor! He measures about 8 inches tall. He is knit in the round on 4 Size 5 DPNs. I used Spud and Chloe Sweater yarn for everything except the shirt which is Cascade 220 Super Wash sport. For the bordering I used a size E crochet hook. You can check out my Etsy page to buy the pattern for US $2.50!
October 26, 2012 at 5:21 pm (Crafting, Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: basket weave, belt, free, Free pattern, knitting, 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!
1 skein of Louisa Harding fleuris yarn. 70% bamboo/viscose 30% wool.
Size 6 circular needles.
Needle for weaving in the yarn ends
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″
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!
April 6, 2012 at 1:31 pm (Crafting, Knit Video Tutorials, Knitting, Knitting Patterns)
Tags: Contest, craft, crafting, giveaway, Knit, knitting, Pattern
This pattern will be my first pattern on Knitting Without a Net! that is not offered for free. I’ve been working on it for weeks and I am very excited to offer it here! I would like to have a little contest.
The first subscriber to my blog to guess what the pattern will be will receive the pattern for FREE!
When we have a winner, I will email you the pattern in PDF form, so when you win, please send your email address to knittingwithoutanet @ gmail . com . I should have it all written up by Monday!
WE HAVE A WINNER ALREADY! STAY TUNED FOR THE PATTERN OF
PRETTY BOY PEACOCK!