My last week was total disappointment. Do you remember my post about Haruni? Well, this is what came out: Yes – I ripped it. Why? Oh, I’ll tell you why. I ordered myself more yarn. It was supposed to be
I used wrap and turn knitting technique lately in my cabled baby hat pattern (the one with straight needles) and I thought that maybe you would like to dig into it little bit. You know – get the know-how.
This hat pattern is for newborn to 3 months old baby and you’ll be knitting it in flat. This means back and forth. With straight needles. Fairly easy knitting project – only challenge is cable decor. But you know
Let me start with the story (before the bad stuff). Once upon a time there was a girl. The girl was yarn addict. And she knew it. Before going to the yarn store, girl promised by the name of all
So, it’s gonna be like this – first I’ll give you a blog name and a link. Then I’ll tell you who is behind it and why I love this blog. Simple enough (I think). Let’s start. 1. Hands Occupied
Update! According to coments – sizing is little too big, so adabt for your needs (make a swatch and measure) – maybe I had kids with big head? 🙂 I promised you something romantic for today. And here it is.
I know, you might be thinking: “When will the interesting and romantic part start?”. Well – soon (knit baby hat with cables on Friday actually). I’m thinking that maybe first time hat knitters would like to start from this pattern.
There are a lot of cute knitted baby booties out there, but I wanted these booties to look like actual shoes – with t-strap and low cuff. Adding those details makes this pattern a bit more challenging with picking up
This baby booties pattern is simple, quick and won’t require any sewing. I don’t know about you, but I hate sewing… a lot…. . Usually I avoid knitting projects with major sewing (I like sewing, but not knitting and sewing