These 4 cute owls will soon become firm friends when they come to live in your house!The pattern is easy/intermediate, as you will need to know how to cast/bind on and off, knit, purl, and simple cabling. (Even if it’s your first time cabling, you will be able to, it’s that easy!) This is an envelope cushion cover to enable easy insertion of the cushion on the reverse side.****Fun to knit and a great addition to your home!****Knitted on 2 needles and sewn up the sides. Instructions…
Yarn: Classic Elite Portland tweed, Color 5077 Folkestone, 1 skein Needles: size 7 double point needles Gauge: 5.5 stitches to the inch Measurements: 7 inches round, 11 inches long Cast on 34 stitches. Divide onto 3 needles. (needle 1, 12 stitches, needle 2, 12 stitches, needle 3, 10 stitches) Join for working in the round. Knit for 11 inches. Bind off. Weave in both ends. See! You can make them!
This bind-off trick for knitting in the round totally changed by life. Make the last stitch invisible? It’s a no-brainer. Every single time you’re binding off in the round, use this trick to make the join completely disappear. No one … Continue reading →
Knitted pouf using only garter stitch, now I can do this :) I can plain, purl and cast on and cast off (ok I struggle with casting off and I'm not sure if I remember how to cast on but that's where you tube comes in handy ;)