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Friday, October 24, 2014

Lace Rib Shawl or Scarf Pattern


Lace Rib Shawl or Scarf  Pattern@ 2003 By N.L. Banks



This pattern can be worked with a 4 ply yarn (scarf = cream color above) or a 1 ply acrylic yarn (shawl = multicolored above) Appx size 9 inches by 50 inches.

Materials:
Size 10 knitting needles
Row counter
Stitch markers
2 skeins 4 ply acrylic yarn (I used Pattons one pounder in Pink)
 OR 3 or 4 skeins of a 1 ply yarn ( 200 grams.) for shawl

Note: If you have never worked a lace type project before, it would be easier for you if you used a very light colored yarn, (not a variegated one) and stitch markers between each group of stitches, (between the k 1, p1, k1, & the five open work stitches).

 
Cast on 67 for shawl or 27 for scarf

Seeding rows 1 to 3: K 1, P 1, across row.

Row 1:  * K 1, p1, k1, (place marker), k5, (place marker) *, repeat from
              * to * across row, end (place marker) K 1, p1, k1. Slip markers as you come
                 to them.

Row 2 & 4 K 1, p1, k1,  * p5, k 1, p1, k1 *, repeat from * to * across row, end k1, p1, k1.

Row 3:   * K 1, p1, k1, (slip next stitch to right hand needle,) 2x, insert left hand needle into the back loops of the two slipped stitches and move to the left needle, then k 2 tog, yo, k 1, yo, sl 1, k 1, psso*, repeat from * to * across row, end K 1, p1, k1.

Repeat rows 1 to 4 for length desired or 49 pattern repeats, then do row 1,

Finishing:
Seeding rows 1 to 3: K 1, P 1, across row, bind off. Weave in ends.

This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites, lists, newsletters, nor copied. It is for your personal use only.

 

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Christmas Barrette


Christmas Barrette
@2003 by N.L. Banks
 
Materials:

1 ball Honeysuckle Yarn article #810 #109 Victorian Christmas by  Elmore Pisgah, Inc.
1 size 80 mm barrette
E crochet hook
24 3/8 gold jingle bells

String the bells on the yarn, work 24 sc crochets around barrette,
do not use bells at this time, turn.

Row 1:  ch 6, sc in first sc, * ch 3, move bell next to last sc, sc 3, sc in same place, ch 6, sc in same place, ch 6, sc in next sc, repeat from * across row, work in thread, and fasten off.

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This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites, lists, newsletters, nor copied without writen permission. It is for your personal use only.

 

 

 

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Elf Christmas Stocking


Elf Christmas Stocking     @2012 by N. Banks

 

This is a knitting machine pattern. I wanted some useful patterns while I re-learned  to knit on my machine. This one pattern was a mistake and I liked it so much, I keep working with the pattern. Hope you enjoy it.


Materials needed:
Tamm 3 ply Astracryl in white (main), red or green.  (2nd color) or colors of your choice.
1 small bell
Red, Green or white ribbon ¼ wide about 1 yard.
Thread to match the main color of your sock.
Sewing needle
Yarn needle
Silver Reed Punch Card 254A


 
 
 
With Red, Green or White E-wrap cast on 60 stitches (30-0-30)

1: RC O: Tension 6.  Knit 5 rows, hang weights. I used four.

2:  Knit 32 rows.  COR. Be sure and move your weights up.

3: Ten 10, hang hem. Knit 1 row to left.

4: Ten 6, knit 2 row.

5:  Ten 7. COL. Starting from the left, transfer every 3rd stitch to next needle, having 2 needles at left and right ends in work.  Leave empty needles in working position. You will have 2 stitches on left and 3 stitches on the ends. Knit 1 row to right.

6: Ten 6 knit 1 row to left.
 
7:  COL.  RCO. Ten 6. Insert Silver Reed card number 254A into the machine and set for Fair lsle (knit in) per manual page 24, order 1. Be sure and recheck your settings before you knit. Knit 1 row to the right.
 
8: COR Insert 2nd yarn into feeder and move weights up. Set machine as per manual to order number 2. Recheck your settings. If you get into a habit of this, it will save you a lot of headaches later on. Hold yarn with your hand while you move the carriage slowly to the left, attach yarn to the weights and remember to move your weights up.

9: RC0. Ten 6. Knit 47 rows. Remember to move your weights up.

10:  Cut 2nd yarn, set machine to plain knit and knit 2 rows.

11: E-wrap 2 needles each side of the carriage 4 times, for a total of 68 stitches. Move weights up each time.

12: RC 53. COR. E-wrap 12 stitches on carriage side two times for a total of 92 stitches. Re-hang weights at each end each time you add the 12 stitches.

13: RC 55. COR.  Knit 5 rows.

14: RC 60. COL. Transfer 1 stitch on carriage side to next working needle. Leave empty needle out of work. Be sure and move your weights up so you do not drop stitches, until you have a total of 80 stitches left. RC 71.

15: Bind off. Weave in the ends of the yarn. Sew bottom and sides together. Turn inside out.  Sew bell to top of toe.

16: Weave ribbon through the eyelets holes at top below the cuff and make a hanger, tie a bow to the front.
 
This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites,
lists, newsletters, nor sold or recopied.  It is for your personal use only.
 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Dishcloth


September 2012 Pattern of the Month Knit

Dishcloth @2006 N.L. Banks
 
This dishcloth is worked best in a solid color. It's also one of my favorite to make. Hope you enjoy it.

Materials:
Size 8 knitting needles,
2 markers
1 row counter
1 ball Peaches & Creme Cotton Yarn, any color

Note: pm =  place marker, (slip markers as you come to them)

Cast on 40 stitches

Rows 1-4 Knit

Row 5: K4, pm, (place marker), *K3, P1, repeat from * to last 4 stitches, pm, K4

Row 6: K4, *K1, P3, repeat from * to next marker, K4.

Row 7:  K4, *yo, slip 1, K2 tog, psso, yo, P1, repeat from * to next marker, K4

Row 8: K4, *K1,P3, repeat from * to next marker, K4. (40 stitches)

Repeat from row 5 until you have completed about 8 1/2 inches from
beginning. K 4 rows, bind off, weave in the threads.

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This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites, lists, newsletters, nor sold, recopied or reformatted. It is for your personal use only.

 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Ski Hat #3

Ski Hat #3
@ 2008 by N. L. Banks


Another one for Charity, and this one seems to be the best one, as I get a lot of requests for it, its also one of my favorites.

Materials:
Red Heart Sport Weight 3 ply yarn:
1 Skein Red
1/2 Skein Blue
1/2 Skein Green
1/2 Skein Yellow
1/2 Skein Orange
circular knitting needles in sizes 5 and  7
1 pair double pointed needles size 7
Row counter

Read all directions first.
With red cast on 108 stitches, being careful not to twist stitches,
join.
Rds 1 to 10: Knit 1, Purl 1. At the end of round 10, change to size
 7 needles
Rds 11: knit

Now start chart rows 1 to 36
Rd 37: decease 12 stitches evenly around.
Continue with chart to round 42
Rd 43: knit with red.
Rd 44: K 2 tog
Rd 45: knit
Rd 46: K 2 tog, Run needle thru remaining stitches, draw up tight,

B = Blue    Y = Yellow    G = Green    O = Orange    Blank = Red

This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites, lists, newsletters, nor sold, recopied or reformatted. It is for your personal use only.

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