Archives for May 2014
Whether you are just learning to knit or have been knitting for years here is a fun compilation of patterns a knitter of any level can enjoy!
1. Knit Color Block iPhone Case – This project works up quickly and easily and features working in the round and picking up stitches. New to knitting in the round or want to learn? Give this pattern a try!
3. I-Cord Snake Tutorial – Kill two birds with one stone by learning how to knit an i-cord while making a fun snake toy for your kiddos (or yourself!) Use i-cords for piping, wire projects, bag handles, garland and so much more. Really the skies the limit with what you can do with an i-cord!
4. The Seed Stitch Dishcloth – This simple dishcloth pattern features the seed stitch which is simply comprised of knits and purls. These cute and colorful dishcloths will bright up any kitchen!
5. Knit Macbook Cover Air Pattern – Keep your laptop protected by knitting it a sweater. This pattern features ribbing, working in the round, and color changes to keep things fun and interesting.
And there you have it folks a few of my favorite knitting designs for beginners! Hope you enjoy!
By the way, guess what!?
I am giving away three more bows!!
Allie of Crafty Allie was so kind to help out this Etsy newbie by hosting a Just Be Crafty Shop Giveway! Be sure to check out her blog, she has so many adorable inspiring projects! And while you’re there enter for a chance to win a couple bows!
See ya on the flip side, have a fantastic day!
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So what is amigurumi anyway?
What is the secret to perfect amigurumi?
Kind of self explanatory…just keep crocheting. It’s crazy how much my skills have improved from my first projects from just practicing. The pattern for the ball below is a great project to practice your amigurumi skills!