How To Crochet Step By Step Instructions

Crochet Made Easy

Instructional E-book, Showing photographs And Teaching Beginners How To Crochet. Step By Step Instructions From How To Hold A Hook, Up To Creating Your First Project. Tips On Caring For Your Crochet, Altering The Finished Size And Tension Of Your Item. Even if you`re a beginner with no experience at all, you will master this skill and impress yourself as well as your friends with your new talent in no time. Imagine making unique gifts especially suited to your friends taste. Something you can`t just pick up in one of the chain stores. What every beginner needs is a guide that explains in plain simple english, with step by step instructions, how to get started, form stitches, reading patterns, tools and supplies, and terms and abbreviations. Beginner books are hard to come by. However if you know what information to look for and that information is presented in easy-to-understand simple common everyday form, even with no prior experience the beginner soon becomes proficient. Read more here...

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Matinee I Jacket

Debora Bradley

Halloween makes Rib socks Pumpkin hat Fun finger puppets Motif blanket and more beautiful yarns that don't cost the earth 'Knit 1 - Pass It On' is a new campaign from the UKHKA and the Crafts Council to get knitters to spread the joy of knitting. Turn to page 6 to find out more. elcome to our bumper autumn issue Not only have we lots of lovely patterns in the magazine for you THIS to get you r teet h i nto, we've a Free calendar, full of exclusive home and accessory treats, for yo u to keep...

Cable blanket

Knitting Pattern Cable Blanket

To fit ages 3-6 6-9 9-12 12-18 18-24 months Length to shoulder 22 24 26 28 32 cm 2 3 3 3 4 x 50g balls of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino in teal Ml 1 x 50g ball each pale blue A , indigo Bl. time C . burgundy ID and ecru E Pair each of 23Amm, 3mm and 3'Amm knitting needles One each 23Amm, 3mm and 3'Amm circular needles 6 6 6 7 7 buttons 25 sts and 34 rows to 10cm square over st st using 3'Amm needles.

Single Crochet Stitch

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Jacket with Knitted Sleeves

Cardigan Sewing Pattern Dowl

Photo page 64 Design and Instructions by Anne Deval and Mette Olsen. Pattern for the sleeves is from the Dalarna Museum. Size XS 12 years S 34-36 M 38-40 L 42 child 4-6 years 90 97 103 cm 333 4 35V2 38 40V4 in Width child's size 65 cm 251 5 in 59 61 64 cm 211 2 231 4 24 251 4 in Length child's size 37 cm 14VSin The jacket has sleeves knitted in the round which are sewn onto a lined cloth body. Sewing Instructions Begin by drawing the pattern to full scale on paper and cut it out. The neck...

Crocheting Over A Ring

Crochet Bullion

Pns Us B. tmcrt hook thnxjgfr center coring, C PoQ hod through toqps on hook. tvtcfi of wcri through ccnrcr of Wr p thr d ovtr hook And pu fron1 r Kk to front. Insert hook tn Mdk through center of On ou amp de of On oot amp de of r,wr p t rejd jroof J nog. , rjp itmzsd tntr Aoo . For sa ripU in gold cut p. 71. you'll need sire 36 commercial hall round button mold covcml with fabrii 14 steel crochet hook UK. 7 . fiml I ch y. si si in slipknot 4 umcv ch . u In first ch of...


Knitted Edgings

Picked up edges are used along curved edges, or when you want to knit edging in the opposite direction from the one in which the garment is worked. Use a crochet hook and or knitting needle to pick up stitches along the edge being finished. pick up edge stitches 1 stitch for every 2 rows along garment edge. Knit edging in garter stitch and as you work, on every other row, knit together last stitch of edging and corresponding picked-up stitch of selvage. Pick up needed stitches along edge and...

Berryina Box

Leona Hughes Sarasota

Contributed by Leona Hughes, Sarasota, Florida This perfectly charming openwork fabric consists of purled berries enclosed by little square frames of lace and set off by small ribs. Berry-in-a-Box is delightful in stoles and evening sweaters. Try it with a fancy yarn slubbed, crinkled, ombre, or a sparkling metallic. Row 1 Right side P3, kl, p5 rep from , end kl, p3. Row 2 K3 tog, yo, kl, yo, kl in next st, yo, Decrease 5 as follows k2 tog-b, k3 tog, pass the k2-tog-b st over the k3-tog st rep...

Fluffy Brioche

Honeycomb Baby Blanket Knit Pattern

All Brioche patterns are fluffy and loose, but this one is particularly so. It makes a beautiful, soft, honeycomb-like texture that is perfect for summer sweaters, baby blankets, shawls, etc. It should be worked with a light hand, on needles that are not too small. When casting on, use two needles held together, so that the cast-on stitches will be large enough to spread to the width of the fabric. Bind oil' very loosely, preferably with larger needles, on one of the right-side rows. Row I...

Sunburst Check Pattern

Austrian Baby Blankets

Eisner, Aldan, Pennsylvania This beautiful pattern comes from Austria, and lends itself to a multitude of uses. It is informal enough for ski sweaters, yet disciplined enough for fascinatingly embossed coatings. It will also make delightful afghans and baby blankets. Notes Front Cross FC si 1 st to dpn and hold in front, p3, then kl from dpn. Back Cross BC si 3 sts to dpn and hold in back, kl, then p3 from dpn. Row 1 Right side K4, p6, k6 rep from , end p6, k4. Row 2...

Long stitch and crossed stitch

Long Stitch Needle Work

ILong stitch worked in the row below. Insert right needle through center of stitch just below next stitch on left needle. Wrap yarn around tip of right needle to knit and draw new stitch through on right needle, sliding unworked stitch and one below it just worked off left needle. Unworked stitch will undo itself but be caught on long stitch. 2 Long stitch worked several rows below. This is used for honeycomb pattern. Work 4 rows in stockinette stitch knit 1 row, purl I row before establishing...

Barrel Stitch

Barrel Stitch

Singer, Concord, Vermont This pattern comes from France, and makes a fabric that is pretty on both sides. It can be either a close fabric or one that is quite open, depending on the weight of the yarn used and the degree to which it is stretched. Rows I, 3, and 5 Wrong side Kl, kfi, p4 rep from , end k7. Row 2 Kl. p6, si next 2 sts to dpn and hold in back, k2. then k2 from dpn rep from . end pfi, kl. Row 4 Kl, p6, yo, k2 tog-b, k2 tog, yo rep from , end p6, kl. Row 7...

Flat Join Garter Stitch Seams

Seaming Stitches

The making up of a garment and adding picked-up borders is the last, but one of the most important, stages in producing a professional-looking garment. A beautifully knitted garment can be ruined by careless sewing up, or unevenly picked-up borders, as the knitter hurries to complete the project. So to avoid having a finish you won't be proud of, take a look at these basic techniques designed to help you perfect those finishing touches. which stitch to use The seam that I use for almost all...

Wave Lattice

Patterns Knit Aran Classic Honeycomb

This is a graceful basketweave pattern in which the left and right crosscs alternate, which gives a wavy effect. On every other right-side row one set of ribs is skipped while the other set is being cabled. Rows 1 and 3 Wrong side Kl, k2, p4 rep from , end kl. Row 2 Kl, si next 2 sts to dpn and hold in front, k2, then k2 from dpn p2 rep from , end kl. Row 4 Kl, p2, k2, si next 2 sts to dpn and hold in back, k2, then p2 from dpn rep from , end k5. Rows 5 and 7 Kl, p4, k2 rep from , end kl. Row 6...

Be a Friend Shawl

Shawl measures 24 from neck to bottom. RED HEART Super Saver 3 Skeins 44 Lt. Raspberry. Crochet Hook 6mm US -10 . Yarn needle. GAUGE 3 shells 15 sts 4 5 rows of shells 4. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge. Shell 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc all in same space. Shell over shell shell in the ch-1 space of shell below. Cluster yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops 3 times all in same space, yarn over and draw through 3 loops, yarn over and draw through last 2...

Spider Stitch

This very old pattern is of the utmost simplicity a real beginner's lace but quite charming. In structure it is just one of the miniature leaf patterns with alternate motifs elongated by repeating the same row three times. Ii would be lovely with beads knitied in three of them, say, in the central stitch of each of the elongated motifs on Rows 2, 4, and 6 and one in each of the small diamonds on Row 10 . It is attractive as an insertion, either vertical or horizontal. Row 1 Wrong side and all...

Great Grandmothers Edging

Cockleshells Knitting Pattern

This is the edging that goes with the famous antique bedspread pattern called Great-Grandmother's Bedspread, otherwise known as The Garden-Plot Square. The bedspread is knitted in squares, each square being worked diagonally from one corner to the opposite corner, with a single embossed leaf at ihe start and a row of embossed leaves across the widest diagonal. The squares are sewn or crocheted together with four of the single leaves adjoining, and thus can be made any size, depending on the...

Knit Purl Combinations

Rib Patterns With Similar Two Sides

Of all types of knitting patterns, knit-purl combinations are the simplest in technique though not necessarily naive or crude in design. On the contrary, many knit-purl patterns are highly sophisticated. The fancier ones require just as much care and patience on the part of the knitter as do the intricate figures in lace or cable stitches. However, because of the simplicity of technique, most knit-purl patterns work very quickly. The new knitter will find them useful as an introduction to...

Madame Weigels Pattern

Patterns And Designs

I found this pattern in an old issue of a periodical called Madame YVeigel, published from 1880 to 1950 in Melbourne, Australia, by a needleworker of the same name. Madame Weigel emigrated Down Under from Poland via the United States in the 1870s. The patterns she dispensed in Australia through her magazine were probably brought with her from Europe. This pattern is an excellent one for a beginning knitter. A simple, two-needle pattern, it uses a three-stitch rib that moves to the left and...

Trellis Framed Openwork Diamonds

Free Diamond Trellis Knit Pattern

In this lovely pattern the classic Diamonds are opened up' with insertions of Zigzag Trellis. A single panel worked vertically makes zigzag lines of lace which can add much beauty to a garment each side of a cardigan's front bands, for instance for very little expenditure of effort. Row 1 Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Row 2 Kl, kl, k2 tog, yo twice, kl, yo, ssk twice, k2 rep from . Row 4 Kl, k2 tog, yo twice, k3, yo, ssk twice, kl rep from . Row 6 K2 tog, yo, k2 tog, yo, k5,...

Embossed Leaf Pattern

Knitting Patterns Daisies Model

Here is a handsome traditional German pattern, good for bedspreads, fancy blouses, scarves, or hats. The leaves stand out in very high relief, to make a most interesting fabric. Row 1 Right side P7, kl, p7 rep from . Row 2 K7, pi, k7 rep from . Row 3 P7, lift running thread between st just worked and the next st, and knit into back of this thread Make One or Ml kl, Ml, p7 rep from . Embossed Leaf Pattern Row 4 K7, p3, k7 rep from . Row 5 P7, kl, yo twice, kl, p7 rep from . Row 6 K7, p5, k7 rep...

Woven Cable Stitch Mult Of

Crochet Woven Cable

This pattern, which looks like real basketweave, includes the following abbreviations C4F Slip the next 2 sts to a cable needle cn and hold at front, knit the next 2 sts, k2 from cn. C4B Slip the next 2 sts to a cn and hold at back, knit the next 2 sts, k2 from cn. O Row l RS C4F rep from to end. 3 Row 3 K2, C4B rep from to last 2 sts, k2. 4 Rep rows l-4 for woven cable stitch.

Diamond Clematis Strip

Knitting Crochet Patterns

Before going to Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand in 1978,1 spent a great deal of time knitting counterpane swatches from books in my collection and from the library. This particular pattern I found in the nineteenth-century publication The Young Ladies Journal. During my trip, I was delighted to find this pattern used in a counterpane in the Van Dieman Museum in Hobart, Tasmania. That version had the double-cable panel worked on either side of the clematis strip. Later, in the Canterbury...

Coat hanger cover

Knitting Coat Hanger Cover Patterns

Cast on 17 sts and work in garter st knit every row until strip measures length of coat hanger when slightly stretched. Bind-off. To cover a S'A in. 14 cm hook, cast on 38 sts measure your hanger hook and adjust accordingly then work 4 rows garter st. Bind off. To cover hanger, find center of work in both length and width and slip this point over hanger hook. Stitch bottom and both ends together with a neat catch stitch. To cover hook, fold strip around hook and sew edges together so that hook...

Plaited Basket Stitch

Plaited Stitch

In this pattern all stitches are twisted on both right-side and wrong-side rows, and the result is a wonderful and unusual texture that resembles a diagonal basketweave. The fabric is dense and firm, excellent for such articles as cushion covers, potholders, and mats, as well as garments. Unless a very small, tight weave is desired, the pattern should be worked with large needles. Row 1 Right side K2, insert needle from back to front between first and second sts on left-hand needle, knit the...

Tuck Stitch Formation

Needle Formation Miss Cam

Two consecutive strokes of the carriage are necessary to form the tuck stitch picture 30 . During the first stroke, the tucking cam of the cam is out and the looping cam is not working. Therefore the needle only raises as high as the tucking plane the loop cannot slip on the stem, and therefore remains inside the hook after having completely opened the latch, in this way allowing the yarn to be fed. During the second stroke both the tucking cam and the looping cam are activated the needle rises...

Scrap Yam Afghan Stitch

Knitted Scrap Afghan Patterns

Here is an excellent solution to every knitter's perennial problem what to do with leftover yarn scraps. This easy-to-work pattern, knitted in strips of 63 or 75 stitches each, will produce a beautiful afghan that uses every little yarn-end in your scrap box the more colors, the better. Strips can be sewn or crocheted together at the sides, cither across the width or along the length of the alghan, as desired. The cast-on and bound-off edges of each strip will form a handsomely scallopcd...

Waffle Stitch or Rose Fabric

Waffle Stitch

In all four versions of this pattern care must be taken not to cast on too tightly or too many stitches, because the pattern spreads laterally to make a wider piece than might be expected. Check gauge. Note For all four versions, odd number of sts. Row 1 Wrong side K2, pi, kl rep from , end kl. Row 2 Kl, k next st in the row below, kl rep from . Row 3 Kl, pi, kl rep from . Row 4 K2, k next st in the row below, kl rep from , end kl. Repeat Rows 1-4. II. REVERSE SEED STITCH VERSION Row 1 Wrong...

Icelandic Stitch Knit

Lopi Knitting

Pattern-knitted mittens from the western fjords are called laufaviSarvettlingar. leary-wood mittens which evokes vegetation tr s and leaves. Both dyed and undyed yams were used in the wavy patterns which are similar t those in the old pattern books. SigriSur Halldorsdottir, rector of the han- -craft school in Reykjavik, reports that sa I r f mittens had a cross on them for protection - hue they were at sea. Wavy patterns have been use for mittens since the middle of the nineteenth century and...

Old Knitting Catalogue

Gossamer Crocheted Wedding Veil

Researching a book can be more exciting than writing it. The people, cups of tea and home-bakes, and the very special pieces of knitting I was shown helped in this task. Descriptions and photographs will never recreate the charm of seeing and handling a rare shawl or allover and hearing first-hand of its creation and the special details that make it totally unique. Much of the old knitwear has left the isles, for the folk had to sell their work. The smart allovers seen today show the affluence...


Knit Fagot Rib

It is, in fact, lace reduced to its two bare essentials 1 a yarn-over stitch and 2 a decrease. Typically, faggoting consists of just these two operations and the pattern has only one row. In spite of this simple structure there are a surprising number of different types of faggoting. Faggoting may be used as a vertical insertion, to set off other patterns. Or it may be used as an allover fabric, in which case it resembles a form of netting and has great...

Anita Derouen Knitting

Knitting Mosaic Kaffe Sampler Sweater

Knit hats and had never done any knitting or crocheting, says Coviello. i4I met an expert knitter who taught me the basics but also encouraged me to do my own sweater collection. She became my mentor and introduced me to the beauty of the craft. He loves the fact that knitting allows him to create a garment and its fabric simultaneously. Given all of the yarns and stitches that exist, the ideas are limitless if you're a good knitter. Too busy these days to knit samples himself, Coviello...

Fair Isle

Fair Isle Knitting Patterns

In his essay 'Random Memories The Coast of Fife' Robert Louis Stevenson describes Fair Isle thus Halfway between Orkney and Shetland, there lies a certain isle, on one hand the Atlantic, on the other the North Sea bombard its pillard cliffs sore-eyed, short-living, inbred fishers and their families herd in few huts in the graveyard pieces of wreckwood stand for monuments there is nowhere a more inhospitable spot. Belle-isle-en-Mer Fair Isle at Sea that is a name that always runs in my mind's...

Stocking Stitch

Fingerless Gloves Knit Patterns

Stocking stitch is knitted by working one row in knit and purling the following row. It produces a fabric that is smooth on one side the knitted side and tightly looped on the reverse the purl side .T-shirt fabric, tights and 1980s leggings are all commercial examples of stocking stitch. The knit side is usually considered to be the right side but sometimes the purl side is used for the main side - then the pattern is referred to as reverse stocking stitch . Rib patterns create a series of...


Hand Sweater 1969

Photo Susanne Pagoldh. THE FOPPISH KING ERIK XIV is reputed to be the first person in Scandinavia to have worn knitted silk stockings. The kings were imported in 1562, just one year England s Queen Elizabeth I got her first pair. Knitted stockings, which elegantly showed the wearer s legs, were high fashion on the r_rlnent during that time, particularly for men - h wore short trousers. We can t be sure what Erik s stockings looked like, but they must have...

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