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Arm Knitting and Hand Crocheting Patterns | Ohhio

Arm Knitting and Hand Crocheting Patterns and Instructions by Ohhio

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Knitting pattern ~ Easy Baby Blanket ~ Reversible Design ~ Aran Yarn

A very easy pattern with a timeless design, using only knit and purl stitches to create a simple baby blanket. Fully reversible. *You will need approx. 200 grams of Aran baby yarn (370 metres approx) *One pair of 6 mm UK size , (size 10 USA size) straight knitting needles. At least 30 cm long. Approx finished size of blanket 20 x 30 inches. I used Stylecraft Special for Babies Aran for my blanket which is available here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/932190354/stylecraft-special-for-babies-aran?ref=listings_manager_grid Please note: you will receive the pattern and NOT the finished item. The pattern will be available in PDF format once payment is received. You may sell any items you make from my patterns, a mention on your listings would be most appreciated. The pattern may not be copied or shared by any means.

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Easy Heirloom Knit Blanket Pattern

Woo hoo - fall knitting season is finally here (at least it is in my world)! Last year I created a 'Fall Collection' (see last year's collection here) and had so much fun with it that I've decided to do the same thing this year. It sounds so official and fancy, but really it's just a bunch of simple knit and crochet patterns that I think are fun and beautiful for the season. Sooo, introducing the second pattern of this year's 'Cabin Fever' collection! (You might remember the crocheted poncho pattern here that I released early a couple of

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Free Knitting Pattern Bella Vita Blanket

This easy knit blanket pattern is knit with simple stitches but has a stunning result. A beginner knitting blanket pattern perfect for wedding & home gifts.

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Weekend Knitting

Chunky Knitting Handmade Blanket Blush Interiors Design Decor Gift Modern Minimal White Black Oversized Knit Cushion Cushions Scarf Throw Wool

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4 Row Repeat Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns

Knitting patterns for baby blankets knit with a 4 row repeat stitch. Many of the patterns are free

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How to make a chunky knit blanket – DIY guide for beginners

You’ve probably seen many chunky knit blankets parading the internet lately. Don’t they look so beautiful and cozy? Fortunately, you can easily make one from the comfort of your home. Since we love these blankets just as much as you do, we’ve decided to help you out. Today we’re going to learn how to make a DIY chunky knit blanket. This is way more fun than simply buying one. Get ready to have your mind blown. Step by step guide on how to make a DIY chunky blanket In this information age, there’re so many tutorials out there on how to knit a chunky blanket. Here’s a step by step guide to making your very own DIY chunky blanket in a super-easy way. 1. Buying some yarn One of the most important things for making the DIY chunky knit blanket is to have a good quality chunky yarn. Purchase the chunky knit yarn in our shop. We sell high-quality extra-fine merino wool. Our yarn is super thick, chunky and perfect for knitting DIY chunky blankets. Read more about why choose our wool over the others in our blog post

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Chunky Knit Blanket|Boho Throw Blanket|Hand Knit Blanket|Arm Knitting Blanket DIY|Hand Knit Blanket|

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Pinwheel Scrap Blanket

Use #pinwheelscrapblanket or #pwsblanket on Instagram so I can see your progress! I came up with the idea for this type of scrap yarn memory blanket from a desire to do something a little different from the standard mitered square blankets that are out there. I wanted something that would be interesting to knit, give an opportunity to play with colours (planned or unplanned) and I wanted it to be travel friendly. I travel quite frequently and I am always sad that I can’t take my mitered square blanket with me, as it is too large to travel with. So I wanted to come up with a modular blanket that wouldn’t feel overwhelming to seam together at the end. I had recently finished a pair of cushions using a pinwheel construction method and really liked this idea for a blanket, and so the idea was born. I started playing with different options for construction of the blocks and seaming methods until I landed on a combination that I felt was both simple and fun to do! What you will need: Yarn : Scrap yarn in a variety of colours – you will need approx. 4-5grams for each triangle. (You could also choose to do a more thought out version with planned colour choices and placement). Also note that if you decide to change the stitch count or needle sizes this could have an impact on the amount of yarn you will need for each triangle section. You will also need a neutral yarn to use for seaming if you are choosing to do the crochet seaming method mentioned in the pattern as this method of seaming can be seen slightly from the right side of the work. Needles 3mm (US 2.5) 6 inch DPN’s (you can choose to use straight needles or circulars if you wish. If you cannot find 3mm needles then 3.25mm (US3) or 2.75mm (US2) will work as well. Really as long as you are happy with the fabric the needle size isn’t that important Notions A 3mm crochet hook for seaming (or size to match your needles), you only need a crochet hook if you are doing the crochet seaming otherwise you can leave this out. If you are using DPN’s then I would suggest using some Point Protectors to stopper the ends of your needles so you don’t accidentally lose stitches off the end. Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends. Gauge – Approx. 26 stitches per 10cm/4 inches. Notes : Guidance is given for how to adapt the pattern for different weights of yarn and needle sizes etc. Video tutorials are linked for the following techniques described in the pattern: - German Short Rows - Mattress Stitch - Modified 3 Needle Bind Off - Crochet Seaming Blocks together

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