Saturday, 28 February 2015

Butterfly Hat Pattern

Spring is coming . I'm going to meet it by wearing bright colors. Red always was my favorite colour.

 The idea to knit Butterfly Hat was born unexpectedly by founding old jumper with butterfly decoration.

Glad I puted in order my closed.

This pattern is offered for sale as a digital file (pdf) available for you to download directly from your Raverly orders page once your payment has been processed. This listing is NOT for a finished hat, I do not sell hats, only patterns.
Butterfly Hat Pattern
What will you need:

1 ball yarn (50 g.). I used DK (Wool, Nylon blend). 123 yards/113 metres.
Circular Knitting Needles: 4 mm US 6, or double-pointed needles 4 mm US 6
Stitch marker, yarn needle.
Tension Gauge: 22 st = 10 cm 4’’, 30 rows 10 cm 4’’

This written pattern and photographs are copyright and are the express property of the author.
Do not sell, transmit, publish or pass on this publication (in printed or electronic format).

Butterfly Hat Pattern 







Butterfly Hat PatternDownload Here Knitted Hat Pattern

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Decorated Hat

This pattern is offered for sale as a digital file (pdf) available for you to download directly from your Raverly orders page once your payment has been processed. This listing is NOT for a finished hat, I do not sell hats, only patterns.
What will you need:
1 ball yarn (50 g.). I used DK (Wool, Nylon blend). 123 yards/113 metres.
Circular Knitting Needles: 4 mm US 6, or double-pointed needles 4 mm US 6
Stitch marker, yarn needle.
Tension Gauge: 22 st = 10 cm 4’’, 30 rows 10 cm 4’’
This written pattern, charts and photographs are copyright and are the express property of the author.
Do not sell, transmit, publish or pass on this publication (in printed or electronic form)

Yarn Used:

wool and nyylon blend


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Decorated Hat Pattern

Decorated Hat Pattern




Decorated Hat Pattern














Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Free wavy blanket pattern with fringes


 Warm, cuddly blanket with fringes.  Blanket can be used in many ways (cover a child, or shoulders)

  Free knitted blanket pattern for my blog readers.

I call it 3 in one blanket :)
For my son
knitted blanket/wrap with fringes pattern
For me
knitted blanket/wrap with fringes pattern
For home
knitted blanket/wrap with fringes pattern

Abbreviations
K= knit, P=purl, Rep=repeat(s)(ing), st(s)=stitch(es)

What you will need:

  • 6 mm needles 
  • 600 g. DK knitting yarn (I used 30% wool, 70% acrylic)
  •  Gauge: 12 sts (10 cm, 4')/ 18 rows (10 cm, 4')
  • Blankets total measurements: Haight - 82 cm/32', width - 76 cm, 30'



Cast on 118 sts.
Row 1 and 2: k2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2;
Row 3: k2, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 7 sts, k3, p2, k2.
Row 4: k4, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 6 sts, p3, k3
Row 5: k2, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 6 sts, k3, p1, k2.
Row 6: k3, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 7 sts, p3, k4.
Rows 7-8: k2, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 9:  k3, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 7 sts, p3, k4.
Row 10: k2, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 6 sts, k3, p1, k2.
Row 11: k4, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 6 sts, p3, k3.
Row 12: k2, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 7 sts, k3, p2, k2.
Row 13: k3, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 7 sts, p3, k4.
Row 14: k2, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 6 sts, k3, p1, k2.
Rows 15-16: k2, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 17: k2, p2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 6 sts, k3, p1, k2.
Row 18: k3, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 7 sts, p3, k4.
Row 19: k2, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 7 sts, k3, p2, k2.
Row 20: k4, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 6 sts, p3, k3
Rows 21-22: k2, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2;
Row 23: k4, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 6 sts, p3, k3
Row 24: k2, p1, *k3, p3; rep from * to last 7 sts, k3, p2, k2.
 Repeat pattern 6 times
 
How to make cord and fringes? 


Twisted cords are easy to make. 
1 Step. I made thick cord from 8 strands. 
How to make cord and fringes
 2 step. Knot the strands together at both ends.
How to make cord and fringes
 
 3 step. Hook the one end of the loop over an object that will stay stable.
How to make cord and fringes

 4 step. Twist until the strands are tightly twisted together.
How to make cord and fringes


5 step. Place your finger of your one hand at the center point of the twisted yarn an with your other hand bring the two end together. Remove both knots.



  
 6 Step. Make obe big knot
7 step.  Cut 30 strands, 40 cm each.  You need to make 12. Follow to steps in the picture
How to make cord and fringes


This free pattern just for personal use. Do not copy or resell.

Monday, 16 February 2015

Baby Star Blaket

Baby Star Blanket Pattern made with knitted hexagons
Star Blanket

Baby Star Blanket Pattern made with knitted hexagons
Star Blanket

 Baby Star Blanket Pattern made with knitted hexagons. Two colours.


Croched inspired star blanket for baby star :)
To make this blanket, you will need:


1 ball each (50 g.): Yellow (A), Blue (B), White (C)
    Circular Knitting Needles:  4 mm [US 6];
Double-pointed needles 4 mm [US 6]
Stitch marker, yarn needle.
Hook size 3 mm. to join hexagons.
Stars made with 4 double pointed needles.
NOTE: I made mistake in pattern: cast on 6 sts, not 8.


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Hat with Ears

Hat with ears is very popular. Kids loves funny designs. Hat can be worn by girls and boys, just choose appropriate color yarn.  When I posted this picture on Facebook, I got so many different interpretations:
  1. Cats Hat
  2. Viking's Hat
  3. From ancient Egyptian times
This pattern is offered for sale as a digital file (pdf) available for you to download directly from your Raverly orders page once your payment has been processed. This listing is NOT for a finished hat, I do not sell hats, only patterns.


Cool style for cool babies :)
Intermediate Level.
What will you need to make this hat:
Unique hat pattern with ears



















2 ball of yarn. White and Yellow. Mixed together.
Needles: 2.5 mm
Yarn needle.
Hook size 8 mm or above.
This written pattern, charts and photographs are copyright and are the express property of the author.
Do not sell, transmit, publish or pass on this publication (in printed or electronic form)

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Gnome Hat with Pompom

Adorable Gnome hat with Pompom Pattern. Easy to knit.

This pattern is recommended for an beginner/intermediate knitter.
Very flexible in terms of yarn and size. For adult size add 5-10 sts and then follow the pattern.
Gnom hat wiht Pompom is a fun, fast pattern for the cutest, best fitting kids hat you will find.
You need cable needles 4 mm (US 6), or double pointed needles to make this hat.
Instant Download on Raverly. HERE.
Adorable hat with Pompom Pattern
Gnome Hat

Adorable hat with Pompom Pattern
Gnome Hat

Ear Flap Sunny Hat With Scarf

 Easy and quick ear flap pattern for baby.

Ear Flap Sunny Hat pattern is for 0-3, 3-6, 6-12 months baby.
This is really easy and quick.
You will need circular needles or double pointed needles to make a hat and scarf.
I am happy to answer any questions you have about this pattern but I can NOT re-write it for you for a different weight yarn.
I hope you enjoy working this pattern, and thank you for your continued support!
Ear Flap Hat With Scarf Pattern. Easy and quick.
Sunny Hat
Instant download on Raverly. BUY IT HERE.

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Free Moomin Crochet Pattern


Moomins are central characters in a series of books written by Tove Jansson. The series includes novels for middle grade readers and picture books for younger children. When my son plays with the moomin I always tell him something interesting about all moomins family. I want his childhood to be as colorful as mine.

Very Easy Moomin crochet pattern
Moomin

Lovely crocheted toy for kids to enjoy. Easy to make free pattern.  Beginners are welcome :)

4 Facts You May Not Know about Moomins

  1.  Although the Moomins started life in the 1940s, they are still going strong today. The movie 'Moomins on the Riviera was released in 2014.
  2.  Moomin cookbook was published in 2010 (an introduction to Finnish cuisine).
  3. The park called 'Moomin World' opened in Finland 1993
  4. Moomins author rejected an offer rom Walt Disney to buy up the Moomin brand.
Crochet moomin pattern is easy to follow.  

Short description (Abbrevations):
SC = single crochet;
2 TOG = together (decrease);
2 in 1 = crochet 2 stitches in the next stitch (increase).

Hook size - 3 mm.
Yarn - cotton. Less than 50 g.

Head: 
Row 1: 6 sc in ring
Row 2: 2in1 x 6 = 12
Row 3: ( 1 sc, 2in1 ) X 6 = 18
Row 4: (2 sc, 2in1 ) X 6 = 24
Row 5: (3 sc, 2in1 ) X 6 = 30
Row 6-9 : Sc in every sc= 30
Row 10: 2 tog , 6 sc, 2 tog, 20 sc = 28
Row 11 : 2 tog , 4 sc, 2 tog, 20 sc = 26
Row 12 : 2 tog, 2 sc , 2 tog, 20 sc = 24
Row 13 : Sc in every sc = 24
Row 14: 2in1, 2 sc, 2 in1 , 5 sc , 2 tog 6 sc, 2 tog , 5 sc = 24
Row 15 : 2in1, 4 sc, 2 in1 , 5 sc , 2 tog 4 sc, 2 tog , 5 sc = 24
Row 16 : 2in1, 6 sc, 2 in1 , 5 sc, 2 tog,2 sc, 2 tog , 5 sc = 24
Row 17 :Sc in every sc = 24
Row 18 : (2 sc, 2 tog) X 3, 10 sc, 2 tog = 20
Row 19 : (1 sc, 2 tog) X 3, 9 sc, 2 tog = 16
Row 20 : 6 sc , (2 sc, 2 tog) X 2 , 2sc = 14

At this moment you need to stuff head with wool and then carry on crocheting.

Row 21 : 6 sc , (1 sc, 2 tog) X 2, 2 sc = 12
Row 22 : ( 2 tog ) X 6 = 6
Leave about 20 cm yarn for assembly
 


Ears (2 Pcs) 
Row 1: 3 sc in a ring.
Row 2: 2in1 x 3 = 6
Row 3: (2 sc, 2in1 ) X 2 = 8
Row 4: 2 sc , 2in1, 3 sc , 2in1 , 1 sc = 10
Row 5: sc in every sc = 10
Stuff ears with wool. Leave about 15 cm yarn for assembly.


Body
Row 1: 8 sc in ring
Row 2: 2in1 x 8 = 16
Row 3: ( 1 sc, 2in1 ) X 8 = 24
Row 4: (2 sc, 2in1 ) X 8 = 32
Row 5: (3 sc, 2in1 ) X 8 = 40
Row 6: (4 sc, 2in1 ) X 8 = 48
Row 7: ( 5 sc , 2in1 ) X 8 = 56
Row 8-10 : sc in every sc = 56
Row 11 : ( 5 sc , 2 tog ) X 8 = 48
Rows 12-14 : sc in every sc = 48
Row 15 : (4 sc, 2 tog ) X 8 = 40
Rows 16-18 : sc in every sc = 40
Row 19 : (3 sc, 2 tog ) X 8 = 32
Rows 20-22: sc in every sc = 32
Row 23 : (2 sc, 2tog ) X 8 = 24
Rows 24-26 : sc in every sc= 24
Row 27 : ( 1 sc, 2 tog) X 8 = 16
Row 28 : sc in every sc = 16

Now you need to crochet a little " collar " in the neck to attach the head to the body.

Row 29 : 6 sc , ch 1 and turn (don't finish the  row)
Row 30 : 5 sc (starting in second sc )
Stuff body with wool. Leave about 30 cm yarn for assembly.


Arms


Row 1: 6 sc in ring
Row 2: 2in1 x 6 = 12
Row 3-8: sc in every sc =12
Row 9: 10 sc, 2 tog = 11
Rows 10-12: sc in every sc = 11
Row 13: 9 sc, 2 tog = 10
Rows 14-15: sc in every sc=10

Stuff arms with wool and then crochet two more rows described below.

Row 16: (3 sc, 2 tog ) X 2 = 8
Row 17: (2 sc, 2 tog)  X 2 = 6
Leave about 20 cm yarn for assembly.



Legs

Row 1: 6 sc in ring
Row 2: 2in1 x 6 = 12
Row 3: ( 1 sc , 2in1 ) x 6 = 18
Row 4: 5 sc , ( 1sc , 2in1 ) x 4, 5 sc = 22
Row 5: 5 sc , ( 1sc , 2 tog) x 4, 5 sc = 18
Row 6: 5 sc (2 sc, 2 tog) x 2, 5 sc = 16
Row 7-10: sc in every sc =16
Stuff  with wool. Leave about 15 cm yarn for assembly.


Tail

Crochet  10 sts chain and work 2 rows of dc (starting in the second loop ).
Leave about 15 cm for assembly.


Cut 3 pieces of yarn, each about 7 inches long. Thread yarn onto a needle, insert one end of the tail, tie a knot and pull both threads. Repeat for each yarn.
Sew it all together.

Original pattern source in sweedish:  http://crochetamigurumi.blogg.se/2009/july/flodhast-mumin-monster-hippo-moomin-pattern.html