Friday, November 23, 2012

A Knitted Birdie


I know I know, I have been knitting a whole lot lately. I promise to put a tutorial up soon, but when I saw this pattern I couldn't resist. Who could say no to that cute wittle face?


I sure couldn't! So out came this little cutie pie stuffed birdie! It seriously didn't take long at all! It is a very entertaining project to see it transform before your eyes. This is a perfect gift for a little one or even a grown up! You can find the pattern here. Have fun (I sure did)!














Thursday, November 22, 2012

A Knitted Scarfy Thingy and A Happy Thanksgiving




First of all I would just like to say HAPPY THANKSGIVING! I hope your day is stuffed full of turkey!

On the crafty side of things, I knitted this fun little scarf thingy! It is warm and comfortable at the same time. (That never happens. Right?) You can find this pattern here. It is another Ravelry pattern so make sure you sign up! (If you missed my post earlier about Ravelry you can find it here). Just a note, the pattern calls for a size 15 US needles. I used a size 10 1/2 with a bulky yarn and they worked fine. (Maybe even better :-)

Friday, November 16, 2012

Knitted Ballet Slippers





Okay, I am super excited about these slippers. This is another pattern that I found on the good old internet. Actually I think this would be a great time to introduce the best knitting pattern database out there ravelry.com. It is awesome! It is free to sign up and a lot of the patterns are free as well. Here is the link to the FREE pattern I found. Try it out! 






Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Knitted Leg Warmers FREE Pattern




Here is an addition to my recent leg warmer craze! These are simple to make, but turn out so lovely! They are super soft and warm as well. Have fun with 'em!

You will need: 
3 US size 5 DPN's
Worsted weight yarn in two colors
Yarn needle

Special abbreviations: 
MC=Main color
CC=Contrast color

CO 34 sts LOOSELY 
Rnd 1: With MC work in k1 p1 ribbing all the way around and continue until it measures 1.5 in from the beginning
Rnd 2: Switch to CC and work in stockinette st for 5 rnds
Rnd 3: Switch to MC and work in stockinette st for 8 rnds
Repeat rnds 2 and 3 5 more times for a total of 6 MC stripes and 6 CC stripes
Rnd 4: Repeat rnd 2 once more
Rnd 5: With MC work in k1 p1 ribbing until it measures 1.5 in 
Finish: Bind off LOOSELY
Weave in ends and repeat all the steps for the other leg warmer.
CONGRATS!!! You are finished! Let me know if this pattern was helpful.



Monday, November 5, 2012

A Crocheted Snood

Okay, I LOVE this cute little bun cover! Here is where you can find the awesome crochet pattern. It is really simple it's mostly just a repeat. I love plenty of repeat! Perfect for a ballet class or everyday activities. Try it out and let me know how it went in comments! Happy day!

Sunday, November 4, 2012

A Knitted Scarf!

Look what I made!!!! I am so thrilled at this cute little scarf thing! I used this pattern here. It is super easy to follow so hopefully you'll make one too! I used I Love This Yarn's blue tweed. (Or something like that) Let me know how you like it in comments!!!