May 23, 2014

Father’s Day Slippers

 

Fathers-Day-slippers1Gift Dad the perfect, comfy, warm, no frills pair of slippers. Worked with bulky weight yarn, using two pegs as one on the knitting loom, will have you cranking out a pair in one afternoon.
PS: Sometimes, finding a willing male to photograph their feet is the most difficult part of the task. 

Pattern Information

Knitting loom: All-n-One Knitting loom, 80 pegs (use 2 pegs as one).

Yarn:  Approx 106 yds of Super Bulky weight yarn. Sample used Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Charcoal.

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Size: S (M, L). Approx American men shoe size—S-8-9.5; M-9.5-11; L-11-12.5. Shown in a size S.

Gauge: 4 sts x 8 rows= 2 inches in stockinette

Abbreviations

K=knit stitch

P=purl stitch

St(s)=stitches

Rnd(s)=round(s)

BO=Bind off

Rem=remain

Cont=continue

Sl=slip. Skip peg with yarn behind the peg

K2tog=knit two stitches together. Move stitch from the peg on the left to the peg on the right. Work/knit both loops as one loop.

INSTRUCTIONSslippers_sam

Leave a 20 inch yarn tail at the beginning of the slip knot. Using 80 (88, 96) pegs total, use 2 pegs as one peg, cast on 40 (44, 48) sts, join to work in the rnd.

Rnd 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12: p to the end of rnd.

Small Size—Go to *

Medium and Large Size

Rnd 13: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 14: p to the end of rnd.

Medium Size—Go to *

Large Size only

Rnd 15: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 16: p to the end of rnd.

Large size—go to *

*Next 4 rnds: k to the end of rnd.

BO 15 (16, 17) sts, k to the end rnd.

BO 15 (16, 17) sts, k to the end of rnd. (10 (12, 14)sts rem)

From this point on, cont working as a flat panel over the rem 10 (12, 14) sts.

Next row: sl1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1.

Next 6 (7, 8) rows: k to the end of the row.

BO leaving a 10 inch yarn tail. Use yarn tail to seam down this side of the instep flap. Thread tapestry needle with yarn and seam down the other side of the instep flap. Thread tapestry needle with beginning yarn tail, seam the bottom of the sole close. Weave ends in. Block if necessary.

Note: To make them less slippery, use Puffy Fabric Paint to place a few dots under the sole.

 

 

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May 16, 2014

Pencil Bookmark

pencil bookmark

Quick and fun thank you gifts for teachers at the end of the school year, this project can be used as a bookmark or decoration.

Pattern Specifications

Knitting Loom: Sock Loom 2Bookmark

Yarn:
25 yards total of Sport/DK or light worsted weight yarn in 5 colors
• Color A (CA) 3 yards – eraser pink – used Caron Simply Soft Victorian Rose
• Color B (CB) 5 yards – metal ring – used Caron Simply Soft Grey Heather
• Color C (CC) 14 yards – yellow pencil – used Caron Simply Soft Sunshine
• Color D (CD) 2 yards – sharpened wood – used Caron Simply Soft Bone
• Color E (CE) 1 yard – lead – used Caron Simply Soft Charcoal Heather

Notions:
Knitting tool

Gauge:
not critical for this project

Measurements:
12.5” x 3”

Abbreviations
K = Knit
P =Purl
Sl =Slip—skip peg with yarn behind the peg
CDD= Central double decrease—working with 3 stitches, move the stitches on either side of the center peg onto the center peg so that there are 3 loops on the center peg. Knit all three loops together as one. Move remaining stitches in so there are not any empty pegs.
CO= Chain Cast on
BO= Bind off
Rep = Repeat

INSTRUCTIONS Bookmark2

With CA, CO 11 stitches
Row 1: Sl1, K10
Row 2: Sl1, P9, K1
Rows 3: 6 – Rep rows 1 – 2, 2 times
Row 7: Sl1, K10
Row 8: Sl1, P9, End CA, Join CB, with CB, K1
Rows 9 – 22: Rep rows 1 – 2, 7 times
Row 23: Sl1, K10
Row 24: Sl1, P9, End CB, Join CC, with CC, K1
Rows 25 – 78: Rep rows 1 – 2, 27 times
Row 79: Sl1, K10
Row 80: Sl1, P9, End CC, Join CD, with CD, K1
Row 81: Sl1, K3, CDD, K4
Row 82: Sl1, P7, K1
Row 83: Sl1, K8
Row 84: Sl1, P7, K1
Row 85: Sl1, K2, CDD, K3
Row 86: Sl1, P5, K1
Row 87: Sl1, K6
Row 88: Sl1, P5, K1
Row 89: Sl1, K1, CDD, K2
Row 90: Sl1, P3, K1
Row 91: Sl1, K4
Row 92: Sl1, P3, End CD, Join CE, with CE, K1
Row 93: Sl1, CDD, K1
Row 94: Sl1, P1, K1
Row 95: Sl1, K2
Row 96: Sl1, P1, K1
Row 97: CDD

BO by pulling working yarn through last stitch.
Weave ends in.

 

 

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May 9, 2014

Anwell Capelet

Anwell Capelet 1

A little capelet to keep the chill away. Worked in short-rows to create a semi-circular shape at the back. 

Knitting Loom: All-n-One Knitting loom, use two pegs as one peg to create a large gauge knitting loom with at least 30 pegs (60 total) for child, 40 (80 total) for adult.

Yarn: 200 (600) grams of Bulky Weight yarn. Rowan Big Wool was used in sample, 2 skeins. (Malabrigo Chunky was used in adult sample).

Notions: knitting tool, 1 inch button, 1 set of snap button.

Gauge: 11 stitches and 18 rows=4 inches in stockinette stitch (Remember to use 2 pegs as one on the All-n-One Knitting loom).
Measurements: 25 (from side to side) x 14 (back of neck to edge) inches.

Fits: 3-5 years old (adult)

Abbreviations
k: knit
p:purl
WT: wrap & turn
sts: stitches
rep:repeat
Pattern note: Instructions within () pertain to adult size

DIRECTIONSAnwell Capelet

Cast on 30 (40) stitches with crochet cast on method (remember that you are using 2 pegs as one on the knitting loom, so for the child size, you will be using 60 pegs total; adult 40 pegs).
Create the ribbing edge as follows:
Next row: *k2, p2; rep from * to the last 2sts, k2
Next row: *k2, p2; rep from * to the last 2sts, k2
Repeat last 2 rows: 2 times (4 times).

Wedge instructions

Row 1: k to the end of row
Row 2: Sl1, k26 (k36), WT
Row 3: k27 (k37)
Row 4: Sl1, k23 (k33), WT
Row 5: k24 (k34)
Row 6: Sl1, k20 (k30), WT
Row 7: k21 (k31)
Row 8: Sl1, k17 (k27), WT
Row 9: k18 (k28)
Row 10: Sl1, k14 (k24), WT
Row 11: k15 (k25)
Row 12: Sl1, k11 (k21), WT
Row 13: k12 (k22)
Row 14: Sl1, k8 (k18), WT
Row 15: k9 (k19)
Row 16: Sl1, k5 (k15), WT
Row 17: k6 (k16)
Adult size:
Row 18: Sl1, k12, WT
Row 19: k13
Row 20: Sl1, k9, WT
Row 21: k10

All sizes:
Next row: Sl1, p to the end of row picking up all the wraps along the way
Next row: k to the end of row

One wedge completed.

Child size: work 9 wedges.
Adult size: work 13 wedges.

Last wedge: rep Rows 2-17 (2-21).
Next row: Sl1, k to the end of row picking up all the wraps along the way.
Next row: knit to the end of row.

Create ribbing edge as follows:

Next: *k2, p2; rep from * to last 2 stitches, k2.
Cast on 6 stitches at the beginning of next row. (Adult size: please see Adding Pegs to a Fixed peg loom video)
Next: *p2, k2; rep from * to the end of row.
Next: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of row.
Rep last 2 rows: 2 times (4 times).

Bind off with basic bind off method.
Assembly
Seam the collar edge to the body of the capelet and to the other edge of the ribbing edge. Steam block.

Decoration: attach the 1 inch button on the right side of the ribbed collar, at about the 3rd rib from the edge. Secure a snap button on the wrong side of the collar, again, at about the 3rd rib from the edge. ?

 

 

 

4 Comments

  • This is so cute. Can’t wait to make it.

  • Thank you, Isela, for this adorable pattern that my granddaughter will love! If you recommend an AIO loom and are wrapping it in such a way that it mimics a large-gauge loom, is it safe to assume that if I have a large-gauge loom with a sufficient number of pegs that I could use that instead? I don’t have the AIO.

    Thanks again!

  • It looks like it would work on a regular-gauge loom. 2 pegs = 1 peg, so I don’t see why not. Wouldn’t hurt to try :)

  • Yes, it would work on a large gauge loom, not regular, but large gauge.

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May 2, 2014

Zig Zag Dishcloth

Zig Zag dishcloth

Decorating my kitchen with new dishclothes is always a fun activity. It also allows me to try new stitches while creating something useful for my household. The Zig Zag dishcloth uses a zig zag stitch that looks great on a dishcloth but would also look fantastic on a larger size item such as a blanket.

PATTERN SPECIFICATIONS

Knitting Loom: All-n-One knitting loom.

Yarn: 60 yards of worsted weight cotton. Sample was knit with Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton in Blueberry.

Notions: Knitting tool.

Size: 8 inches x 8.5 inches.

Gauge: not important for this project.

Size: Approx 8 x 8″

ABBREVIATIONS

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

CO= Cast on

BBO=Basic Bind Off

sts= stitches

Rep= repeat

INSTRUCTIONSZig Zag Dishcloth 2

Cast on 38 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1, 3: k to the end of row.

Row 2, 4: p to the end of row.

Row 5: k4, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 4sts, k4.

Row 6: p4, k to last 4 sts, p4.

Row 7: k4, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 9sts, k3, p2, k4.

Row 8: As row 6.

Row 9: k4, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 8sts, k3, p1, k4.

Row 10: As row 6.

Row 11: k4, p3, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 7sts, k3, k4.

Row 12: As row 6.

Row 13: k4, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 8sts, k3, p1, k4.

Row 14: As row 6.

Row 15: k4, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 9sts, k3, p2, k4.

Row 16: As row 6.

Rep Rows 5-16: 3 more times.

Work Row 5.

Next row: p to the end of the row.

Next row: k to the end of row.

Next row: p to the end of row.

Next row: k to the end of row.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Weave ends in. Block lightly.

 

 

3 Comments

  • Anyone know if it is possible to make this larger like for a place mat???

  • Yes, you can definitely make it larger. Cast on a multiple of 6 stitches+ 8 for the garter stitch border. For a place mat, I would cast on 68, work the instructions as written, it should work ok.

  • This pattern is adorable and thank you for sharing!

    I would like to know what knit stitch that you used.

    Thank you!!!

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Apr 26, 2014

Picot Triangle Shawl

Check out this beautiful shawl made on the 28″ Knitting Board. It was designed by Kristen Mangus from Good Knit Kisses. Thank you Kristen!

Picot_Triangle_ShawlTriangle design shawl using wedge technique (inspired by the Hexagon blanket by Charity Windham). This shawl is a generous size for larger sizes up to 76″ wide from end to end! Cast on Edge is 53″ and can be made smaller for smaller sizing needs.

 

Stitch gauge: 4 sts per inch x 8 rows per inch in garter stitch

 

Loom: 28″ Knitting Board with peg extenders. 

 

Yarn: 800 yards medium weight (4) Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable color Petunia.  3 balls used in sample. 9.85 oz/280 grams finished weight. 

 

Abbreviations:

EW – EwrapP – PurlHS – Half Stitch  SL – Slip (skip first stitch)  st – Stitch    CO – Cast On   BO – Bind Off

 

Cast on: Picot CO 165 pegs. (starting on left working to right if right handed, Place removable Stitch Marker on peg 1) http://youtu.be/MdtQZm9wUE0

 

Row 1: SL 1, P to marker (all odd rows will repeat this way.)

 

Row 2: HS 1 at marked peg & move marker 1 peg to right (do NOT work HS st), EW to peg 165, Cable CO 3, BO 3 to form picot (See notes below on details for Cable CO and BO). I like to have 3 st markers on pegs 166-168 to show where picots need to be added on even numbered rows. For less picots on edging only, add picots every 4th row. As the pattern reads, this edge will be fuller than the cast on picots to give it a ruffled look when draped.

 

 Repeat Rows 1 & 2 until last HS is at peg 164 & ending on row Row 2. This row will be HS 1, EW 1.

 

 Begin Picot Bind Off*.

 

 *This is an alternate to my standard picot bind off just for this pattern.

 

 **Cable CO 3, BO 4 (** rep between **,** til one st left on loom, EW 1 cut tail and pull through) (VIDEO COMING SOON as of April 2014)

 

Weave in both tails into project.  If using color changing yarn be sure to weave like colored tails to closest color.

Blocking may be needed due to tension and evenness of such a large project. Do NOT steam block acrylic or it will “kill” it! Block with a light washing and let dry pinned on blocking board if needed. See bottom of pattern on Mitered Square Lovey for wet blocking instructions. http://goodknitkisses.blogspot.com/2013/07/mitered-square-picot-lovey-free-pattern.html

Notes on HS

Unlike an EW (where the working yarn is wrapped from the back between the next peg and around the front of the  desired stitch/peg to the back) the HS wraps to the front between the previous peg to the front of the desired stitch/peg then between the next stitch (peg).

 

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Apr 18, 2014

Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies!

We have two special designs today for you, each of them will delight a child in your lives. First, we have the Easter Egg Bunny–a delightful miniature bunny that fits inside a plastic egg.

 

Easter Egg Bunny 1

Fill those Easter eggs with a special treat and watch your little one’s eyes light up in a pleasant surprise. The Easter Egg Bunny is small enough to fit snuggly in one the large size plastic Easter Eggs, or you can also squish him inside one of the medium size eggs.

Pattern Specifications

Knitting loom: Sock Loom 2

Yarn: Approx 40 yds of worsted weight yarn. Sample was worked with Knit Picks Swish yarn in White, Carnation, and Cobblestone Heather

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle.Easter Egg Bunny 2

Other: Small piece of ribbon for necktie. Small amounts of polly fill for stuffing or you can use bits of left over white yarn.

Gauge: 10 sts x 17 rows=2” (however, gauge is not important for this project).

Size: 3 inches tall (not counting the ears), 4.5 inches tall with ears.

Abbreviations

K=knit

P=purl

St(s)=stitches

Rnd=Round

K2tog=knit two stitches together. Move the stitch from the right to the peg to the left, when you knit the peg with the two loops, work both loops together.

INSTRUCTIONS

Head

Leave a 10 inch yarn tail, cast on 16 sts, join to work in the round.

Rnd 1-Rnd 6: k to the end of rnd. From this point on, work in rows.

Row 1: k3, k2tog, k3, k2tog, k4, k2tog.

Rnd 2: k to the end of rnd.

Bind off with gather bind off. Leave 10 inch yarn tail. Using yarn tail, sew the small opening from left from the last two rows.

Before closing the cast on edge with the yarn tail, lightly stuff the head, shaping it as you insert the stuffing.

Face Details

Using black or gray yarn, do two embroidery French Knots for the eyes.

Using pink yarn, simply work two running stitches at the front of the head, covering the gather bind off.

Body

Leave a 10 inch yarn tail, cast on 16 sts, join to work in the round.

Round 1-14: k to the end of rnd.

Bind off with gather bind off.

Before closing the cast on edge with the yarn tail, lightly stuff the head, shaping it as you insert the stuffing.

Legs
(make 2)

Cast on 7 sts, prepare to work  a flat panel.

Row 1-14: k to the end of row.

Bind off with gather bind off. Leave a 10 inch yarn tail. Use yarn tail to seam long the side of the panel, thus forming a small leg.

ArmsEaster Egg Bunny 3
(make 2)

Cast on 6 sts

Row 1-10: k to the end of row.

Bind off with gather bind off. Leave a 10 inch yarn tail. Use yarn tail to seam long the side of the panel, thus forming a small leg.

Ears
(make 2)
Cast on 6 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1, 3, 5, 7 : k to the end of row.

Row 2, 4, 6, 8: p to the end of row.

Row 9: k1, ktog, k2tog, k1.

Row 10: p to the end of row.

Row 11: k2tog, k2tog.

Row 12: k2tog.

Bind off.

Ears sewing

Assembly

Fold ears in half. Using the yarn tail from the cast on edge, seam along the curved side of the ear, just a couple of stitches.

 

Sew the ears to the top of the head. Best placement is almost next to each other, at the top of the head.

Next, sew the head to the body, placing the head. Sew the small arms to the side, about 3 rows down from the neck.

Lastly, sew the legs to the bottom section of the body place them towards the back and to the side so the bunny is able to sit.

Optional: add a small ribbon bow to the neck.

Notice: If gifting to a baby or toddler, make sure that all the pieces are securely sewn.

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Renita Bunny

Sweet Cuddle Bunny
by Renita Harvey

Knit a little cuddly stuffie for those little love ones!

 

Pattern Specifications

Knitting loom: Sock Loom 2 or All-n-One loom

Yarn: Approx 60 yds of bulky 5 weight yarn (large 10” bunny) or 65 yds of sport 3 weight yarn (2 strands held together  (7” bunny)) for the small 7” bunny. Contrast color yarn for eyes and nose.  Sample was knit with Jiffy, 10” sample, and Baby Bee Sweet Delight for the 7” sample.

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle

Other: Stuffing and ribbon for neckline bows.

Size: 10″ inches (purple sample) and 7″ (yellow sample).

Gauge: 14 sts x 22 rows= 4”

Abbreviations

CO =Cast on

BO = bind off

K=knit stitch

S= slip or skip

M1 =Make 1. Reach for ladder from the previous row, twist the ladder and place it on the empty peg.

K2tog =knit two stitches together (see above pattern on how to do it).

SSK=slip slip knit

INSTRUCTIONSRenita Bunny 2

Bunny
(Make 2)

Chain CO 10 stitches, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: s1, k9

Row 2:s1, k7, m1, k3

Row 3: s1, k8, m1, k3

Row 4: s1, k9, m1, k3

Row 5: s1, k10, m1, k3

Row 6:  s1, k11, m1, k3

Row 7: s1, k12, m1, k3

Row 8: s1, k13, m1, k3

Row 9: s1, k14, m1, k3

Rows 10: 18 – s1, k17

Row 19: s1, k14, k2tog, k1

Row 20: s1, k13, ssk, k1

Row 21: s1, k12, k2tog, k1

Row 22: s1, k11, ssk, k1

Row 23:  s1, k10, k2tog, k1

Row 24: s1, k9, ssk, k1

Row 25: s1, k8, k2tog, k1

Row 26: s1, k7, ssk, k1

Row 27 – 28: s1, k9

Row 29: s1, k7, m1, k3

Row 30: s1, k8, m1, k3

Row 31: s1, k9, m1, k3

Row 32: s1, k10, m1, k3

Row 33: s1, k11, m1, k3

Rows 34 – 38: s1, k14

Row 39: s1, k11, k2tog, k1

Row 40: s1, k10, ssk, k1

Row 41: s1, k9, k2tog, k1

Row 42: s1, k8, ssk, k1

Row 43: s1, k7, k2tog, k1

Row 44: s1, k6, ssk, k1

Row 45: s1, k3, BO 1, k4

Ears are worked separate over 4 stitches each.

Ear 1

Rows 1 – 12: s1, k3

Row 13: s1, ssk, k1

Row 14: s1, k2tog

Row 15: k2tog

Row 16: k1

BO by pulling working yarn though final stitch

Ear 2

Attach yarn and repeat Ear 1.

Side Strip

Chain CO 5 stitches

Rows 1 – 170: s1, k4

BO

Assembly

With the front piece facing down and starting at the inside between the ears, place 5 to 7 slipped edge stitches back on the pegs.


Renita 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With the side strip facing up, place the same number of slipped edge stitches on the same pegs. 
Renita 2

With a new strand of yarn, work the basic BO to seam the edges together and remove them from the loom.  Place new edge stitches on the loom as you work the BO until all the edge has been seamed together ending at the inside of the ears.

Repeat with the back piece and other edge of the side strip.

Stuff and seam the opening between the ears.

With contrast yarn, sew eyes and nose on with tapestry needle.

Weave all ends in.

 

 

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