Showing posts with label knitting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label knitting. Show all posts

Soda Fountain Scarf for Girls - Knitting Project

Hello readers,

My Mum is knitting this beautiful scarf for our little girl. I loved the name ' Soda Fountain' stitch and the knitting instructions are very easy to follow. 
No counting, no change of stitch and no fuss pattern. 

Have you tried any new stitches recently? 


Happy Knitting

Akshaya

Milk Bottle Cover - Knitting Project

 
Knitted Milk Bottle Cover, one more addition to our newborn baby's collection made by my Mum. When we saw the pattern for this project in Baby & Knits Book, we couldn't resist making one. It is simple yet elegant looking pattern. I love the edging pattern.
 
 
It will go well with the baby change bag too!! Post coming soon..

Happy Crafting !!

 




Knitted Hand Clutch















Hello Crafters!!

My mum is the new pinterest addict in our house...thanks to yours truly :)

She learned Garter stitch with two threads through a pinterest video pin and created this cute clutch with her own pattern.

I love the colour ripples and the simplicity of this project.

What do you think?






Cable Knitted Beanie

Hello crafters,

My mum made this perfect gift for me this winter. "Cable knitted beanie"

She made this in 15 days when I was in India. Its very comfy and keeps me warm.

Mum got this pattern from somwhere on internet and now we are not able to trace back to the link(bare with us till, She's learning abt linking links on internet)  The only thing she would like to change when she does this pattern again is to knit it on round cable needled , as some of the stiches were stretched when she knitted this one using 3 double ended needles.

Nonetheless I love this beanie and wear it everyday in Melbourne's Winter this year...
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Knitted Collar Vest - Toddler

Hello Knitters


One more project created by my Mum for our toddler S. Yes I am getting ready for winter of 2012, and making the most of my Mum's stay in OZ.

Materials used: 
  • Pure Wool - 2 balls (100gms) 8ply
  • Knitting Needles - size 6
  • Woollen needle
  • Wooden Buttons
  • Crochet needle
 
Time: Its difficult to give exact time limit as it was ON/OFF project for mum 

Process: (Note: Detailed process is too intricate, hence highlight of the process is mentioned below. If you are a beginner knitter and need more help please feel free to ask your questions in comments section or email me)
  1. This vest is knitted as one piece uptil chest and then is divided in to three parts to form the armholes. 
  2. Plain knitting is used as the wool was too thick to suit any patterns
  3. The border on both edges was created as add on feature by picking up the stitches in horizontal line. 
  4. The collar was created after the border by picking up stiched from the neckline and borders in vertical line
  5. Wooden button were attached on both sides of the borders
  6. Loops were created using crochet chains and attache to the buttons on one edge 
open - flat look

inside out
  









Happy Knitting


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