Wednesday, 16 January 2019

KNITTING PATTERN- Plum Pretty Rectangle Shawl, #2357K




Copyright © 2019,  Emi Harrington (Do not give away or sell this pattern, copyright protected.)  .This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. (Copyright infringement, even without monetary gain, is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000). Permission is granted to sell your finished garments. 
If you have questions about this pattern, you may email me at: mehartgallery@gmail.com 


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HOW TO SOFTEN STIFF YARN:

HOW TO:





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BLOCKING: Basically there are 2 ways of blocking.
1.  Steam blocking: arrange item on a flat surface, hold steam iron 
      above the surface, (not touching the surface), and
       steam. Allow the item to dry in the shape desired.

2.  Immerse in water, and squeeze water out, or spray with water. 
     Arrange item on a thick bath towel, shape
as desired, allow to dry undisturbed.

MATERIALS:
Caron Chunky Cakes, (Plum Pretty), one ball (150 - 200 YDS)    (OR 2 strands of worsted weight yarn: 300- 400 yds)
15 mm straight knitting needles, (US 19)
Yarn needle




INSTRUCTIONS: Gauge: 1 stitch and 1 row = 1 sq. inch
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1.  Works sideways.
All sizes: Cast on 30 stitches.
2.  Knit across the row for 4 rows.
3.  Work in ribbing (k1p1) for 6 rows.
4.  Repeat step 2 and 3 until the shawl is long enough,
ending with step 2.
Weave yarn ends into the finished work.








FIGURE 8 SHAWL PIN how to video:













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Tuesday, 8 January 2019

FREE KNITTING PATTERN- ROMAN STITCH SCARF OR COWL #2354k

2354K-ROMAN STITCH SCARF-COWL




Copyright © 2019,
Emi Harrington (Do not give away or sell this pattern, copyright protected.)  .This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. (Copyright infringement, even without monetary gain, is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000). Permission is granted to sell your finished garments. 
If you have questions about this pattern, you may email me at: mehartgallery@gmail.com 


You can find me here:

HOW TO SOFTEN STIFF YARN:

HOW TO:





MY FREE VIDEO TUTORIALS ON YOUTUBE:http://www.youtube.com/user/Hectanooga1


BLOCKING: Basically there are 2 ways of blocking.
1.  Steam blocking: arrange item on a flat surface, hold steam iron above the surface, (not touching the surface), and
   steam. Allow the item to dry in the shape desired.
2.  Immerse in water, and squeeze water out, or spray with water. Arrange item on a thick bath towel, shape
as desired, allow to dry undisturbed.


MATERIALS:
Worsted weight yarn, worked 2 strands (200-300)
(Red Heart Super Saver)
 (Time requirement:1 hour, depending on size.)
9 mm straight knitting needles (worked flat) (US 13)
  (Any size needle can be used up to 12 mm,
   sample shown used 12 mm needles.)
Yarn needle

Gauge: 2.5 stitches and 2 rows - 1 sq. inch
Copyright: Emi Harrington,permission not given to share, give away, or sell this pattern.

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INSTRUCTIONS:
1.  Works end to end.
With 2 strands of ww yarn, cast on 20 stitches
  
2.  Work in ribbing stitch for 4          rows (k2,p2)

3.  Knit across the next row.
4.  Knit the first 4 stitches, purl across the row but knit the last 4 
    stitches. (This will form the edges shown in the photo.)
5.  Repeat step 3 and 4 one more time. 

6.  Roman Stitch formed in the next 2 rows:
Knit the first 4 stitches, *purl the next stitch, knit the next stitch, 
repeat from * across the
row, knitting the last 4 stitches.
Knit the first 4 stitches, *knit the next stitch, purl the next stitch, 
repeat from * across the row, knitting the last 4 stitches.

7.  Repeat step 4,5 and 6 until the rectangle is as long as desired for 
     the length of the scarf,
     ending with 4 rows of ribbing, (k2,p2).  Cast off.


ROMAN STITCH SWEATER VEST AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY:
Sizes XS to 4XL

 


  
 

FREE VIDEO:
HOW TO MAKE EASY SHAWL PINS

Wednesday, 2 January 2019

FREE KNIT BEANIE HAT- Ed's Beanie, 5 yrs to Adult #2350

#2350 - KNITTING PATTERN, ED’S BEANIE /TOUQUE- 5 YRS TO ADULT
 
Copyright © 2018,  Emi Harrington (Do not give away or sell this pattern, copyright protected.)  .This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. (Copyright infringement, even without monetary gain, is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000). Permission is granted to sell your finished garments. 
If you have questions about this pattern, you may email me at: mehartgallery@gmail.com 


You can find me here:

HOW TO SOFTEN STIFF YARN:

HOW TO:

MY FREE VIDEO TUTORIALS ON YOUTUBE:http://www.youtube.com/user/Hectanooga1


BLOCKING: Basically there are 2 ways of blocking.
1.  Steam blocking: arrange item on a flat surface, hold steam iron above the surface, (not touching the surface), and steam. Allow the item to dry in the shape desired.

2.  Immerse in water, and squeeze water out, or spray with water. Arrange item on a thick bath towel, shape as desired, allow to dry undisturbed.

MATERIALS:
Worsted weight yarn, worked 2 strands  (180 - 200 YDS)
One pair 8 mm straight knitting needles, (worked flat)
Yarn needle


INSTRUCTIONS: Gauge: 2.5 and 2.5 rows = 1 sq.Inch
Copyright: Emi Harrington,permission not given to share, give away, or sell this pattern.
You can find ALL my patterns on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/designers/emi-harrington
Including over 250 FREE patterns.  (This pattern is available in a pdf printable on Rav. for $1.00)



Click here to see Edward and Chad milling boards from a log, 
on his home-made Sawmill, when Ed is not knitting.



1.  Working with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn, and 8 mm 
     straight knitting needles:(worked flat)
Cast on:  5-12 yrs: cast on 44 stitches
        12-16 yrs: cast on 48 stitches
        Adult average: cast on 52 stitches
        Adult Large: cast on 54 stitches

2. Work in ribbing, k 1, p1, for 4 rows.

3. Work in garter stitch, (knit every row) for:
       5-12 yrs: 4 rows
        12-16 yrs: 5 rows
        Adult average: 5 rows
        Adult Large: 6 rows

4.   Repeat step 2 and 3 for: (all sizes) 3 times, casting off 
      each stitch after it is worked in the last row.
Fasten off with a long yarn end, thread it into a yarn needle, 
weave through the last row of
stitches, passing through every 4th stitch, pull to gather up and 
close the top of the hat, take several stitches to secure, 
then sew the back seam of the hat. Weave yarn ends into the
finished work.

HOW TO MAKE A FAUX FUR POM POM:

HOW TO MAKE TAGS FOR YOUR GARMENTS:

 HOW TO CROCHET A FUN FUR POM POM:


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FREE Knitting Pattern - 2349k- OLD SHALE (Feather Stitch) COWL/SCARF

#2349-MAISE Old SHALE (feather stitch) KNIT COWL





Copyright © 2019
 Emi Harrington (Do not give away or sell this pattern, copyright protected.)  .This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. (Copyright infringement, even without monetary gain, is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000). Permission is granted to sell your finished garments. 
If you have questions about this pattern, you may email me at: mehartgallery@gmail.com 

Cast on:
Knit stitch: 
Purl stitch: 
Cast off: 


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BLOCKING: Basically there are 2 ways of blocking.
1.  Steam blocking: arrange item on a flat surface, hold steam iron above the surface, (not touching the surface), and steam. Allow the item to dry in the shape desired.
2.  Immerse in water, and squeeze water out, or spray with water. Arrange item on a thick bath towel, shape as desired, allow to dry undisturbed.


MATERIALS:
Worsted weight yarn (180-200 yards) 
          (OR any size yarn desired.)
4mm (US 6),    or   6 mm (US 10) knitting needles
Yarn needle for weaving in ends.

INSTRUCTIONS: VIDEO DEMO HERE of OLD SHALE STITCH (Feather stitch):  https://youtu.be/q_CSsAyKFLQ

This pattern is available on Ravelry for $1.00 as a printable:


The Shale stitch is cast on in multiples of 18 stitches,
and worked a repeat of 4 rows.

14 INCH WIDE SCARF-SHAWL-COWL cast on 54 stitches. Use Worsted weight yarn, and any size needle.
The pink sample shown used 4 mm needles, 
the video demo with teal yarn used 6 mm needles.



Step 1, 
band at end of scarf/cowl:
Cast on 54 stitches,
then knit across the row for 10 rows (bottom band)  
(Or cast on in multiples of 18 for any width desired.)

The Old Shale stitch consists of repetition of 4 rows:
1.  Knit across the row.
2.  Purl across the next row.
3.  *Knit 2 together 3 times;
yarn over the needle, knit 1, 6 times;
knit 2 together 3 times,
repeat from* across the row.
4.  Knit across the row.
    VIDEO DEMO HERE:  https://youtu.be/q_CSsAyKFLQ


Repeat steps 1 - 4, until the rectangle is as long as desired,
 in this sample, 28 inches for an over-lapped cowl/scarf.

Then for the band on the opposite end, knit across the row for 10 rows, cast off. (Total length 30 inches.)

END OF PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS.


See a video demo on how to
make the easy SHAWL pin shown on the scarf:

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