I love the look and feel of a badminton net, but I am not sure how I would crochet one myself. I was thinking of having a badminton net with a rice bowl as a center as I wou...
I'm the most likely to crochet so I wanted to make a Shawl version. I love the design of this Shawl, it is so cute and very modern, I'm not sure how I will be able to use it as a blanket. I'm not sure how to do it, but I wanted to try to do it. I will share the project with you so that you can see what you can do with it. Enjoy!
Amigurumi Siamese Kitten Free Crochet Pattern
This blog is the first step into making amigurumi kitties, and it's a big one, so try to keep that in mind when you're knitting up the pattern.
I've had amigurumi kitties for years, but didn't want to make them myself. I wanted to please my sister who loves to make them, and I thought it would be easier to just make them and then have someone else do it. I also wanted to make them a little different, so that they wouldn't be the same as the ones I have, but that's where you come in. I don't have any experience with making a kitty, so I'm going to start from scratch. I'm going to start with the most basic kit, which is just a
Level: Beginner Author: My Amigurumi Farm
Shawl Facile Free Knitting Pattern
This pattern is a shawl made from a single piece of material. The pattern includes all the pieces from the previous pattern.
This shawl is inspired by a shawl from the Shawls of Jeanette series by Fiona Beth. The pattern has a shawl collar and is very simple to knit with a few simple stitches.
The pattern consists of a single piece of material with a short side and along side with a short back and a long back with no shoulders.
This pattern is suitable for both men and women. It is a great pattern for beginners as you will be able to easily apply the pattern and do your own alterations.
Level: Beginner Author: Camille Coizy Delahaie
Shawl With a Little Backbone Free Knitting Pattern
The Shown Porcelain Shawl is a beautiful shawl with a little backbone. It is a free knit pattern from the Shawl with a Little Backbone series by Felicity. The shawl is worked from the top down from the shoulders down to the waist. The body is worked from the waist to the head. In other words, the body is worked from the top down to the bottom.
Level: Beginner Author: Tim Hagey