Itty Bitty Mitts

Itty Bitty Mitts

Ready for a quick stash-busting project! Try out the Itty Bitty Mitts. You can make a few to deck the halls or you can make just a few and use them as gift card holders. 

Loom: 12 peg large gauge loom. Sample was knit on Flower Loom (Orange loom) by Provo Craft.

Yarn: Approx. 30 yards of bulky weight wool. Sample was knit with Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle, size G crochet hook

Size: 4″ x 2″ 

Price: $1.50

Baby Bonnet

Reminiscent of vintage baby bonnets, the Sweetheart Baby Bonnet has a delicate lace edge that frames your little ones face. The lace edging has beginner lace techniques that make it a perfect first time lace project.

Materials:

Knitting Loom: Small Gauge knitting loom with at 50 pegs. Décor Accents Child Size Hat loom was used in sample.

Yarn: 65 yards of worsted weight wool. Patons Merino Wool in That’s Pink Voila’s Rose was used in sample.

Other: Knitting tool, 6 stitch markers (to mark chart repetitions).

Skills set: Knit stitch, purl stitch, yo, k2tog, short-rows, flat panel knitting.

Level: Intermediate

Detailed step-by-step instructions provided.

Size: Newborn-3 month old.

Gauge: 8 sts and 14 rows= 2 inches

Price: 2.99


Little Hearts Hat

Sweet little hearts surround the bottom portion of this hat. Perfect for the new little bundle of joy in the family.

Pattern Information

Knitting Loom: Baby Hat Knitting Loom in Fine Gauge (1/4 inch from center of peg to center of peg). Sample was knit on 64 peg fine gauge knitting loom by Décor Accents, Inc. http://www.dalooms.com

Yarn: 60 yards of worsted weight yarn for main color. 30 yards of worsted weight in contrasting color.  Sample was knit with Caron Simply Soft in pink and brown.

Notions: Knitting Tool, tapestry needle, row counter (optional)

Gauge: 10 stitches and 13 rows= 2 inches in stockinette

Size: Fits an infant with a head up to 14 inches in circumference. Depth 6 inches (may make longer by working more rounds)
Skills Knowledge

Single Stitch (e-wrap twice, lift the bottom loop off the peg), Purl Stitch, Knit Stitch

Price: $3.99

Baby Blanket

A blanket that will become the cherished heirloom in your family.

The pattern is simple: panels of stockinette stitch have embossed letters that spell the word BABY. Knit with a super-soft, machine washable yarn. It is big enough to use in the crib or when they grow up in their wee beds.

Materials

Loom: 68 peg regular gauge knitting loom.
Sample was knit on Regular Gauge Baby Afghan loom by Décor Accents.

Yarn: 996 yards of Bulky weight yarn.
Sample was knit using: Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Super Chunky yarn. 3.5oz/100 grams; 87 yards/75meters; 6sks of Pink, 6 sks of Misty Blue color; Fiber content: 55% merino wool, 33% microfiber, 12% cashmere.

Notions: tool, tapestry needle, etc

Size: 36 x 36 inches

Gauge: 15sts and 26rows=4 inches

Skills Knowledge: knit stitch, purl stitch, flat panel knitting. 

Price: $4.99

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Cable Scarf for Knitting Board

Our pattern of the month is a bit late this month, my computer went up in smoke at the end of last month and I didn’t have access to any of my files or pictures.

This month, I would like to share with you one of my first patterns, it is a cable scarf and you can use your Knifty Knitter Long Looms or any other knitting board that you may have around. Be sure to use yarn that works with the sett/gauge of your loom.

Download SimpleCableScarf

If you have any questions, feel free to ask below, I will address the questions each afternoon.

Enjoy!

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Little Hearts

Materials

Knitting Loom: Baby Hat Knitting Loom in Fine Gauge (1/4 inch from center of peg to center of peg). Sample was knit on 64 peg fine gauge knitting loom by Décor Accents, Inc. http://www.dalooms.com

Yarn: 60 yards of worsted weight yarn for main color. 30 yards of worsted weight in contrasting color.  Sample was knit with Caron Simply Soft in pink and brown.

Notions: Knitting Tool, tapestry needle, row counter (optional)

Gauge: 5 stitches and 6.5 rows per inch

Skills Knowledge: Single Stitch (e-wrap twice, lift the bottom loop off the peg), Purl Stitch, Knit Stitch

Pattern Notes
•    Work the knitting loom clockwise (if you have a thumb tack, start by casting on to the left of the thumb tack)
•    Knit Over=Lift the bottom loop off the peg
•    When skipping stitches, just run your yarn behind the pegs to the next peg that needs wrapped.
•    Heart Pattern is a multiple of 8 (7 for the Heart and 1 for a separator)
•    When working with 2 strands of yarn on 1 round, pick up the color called for at the beginning of the pattern, when that color is no longer needed, just let the yarn drop to the inside of the loom and pick up the second color.

•    Repeat instructions inside [ ] the number of times next to it.


Directions

With MC, cast on all pegs using the e-wrap method.

Rnd 1, 3, 5, 7, 9: P to the end of rnd
Rnd 2, 4, 6, 8, 10: SS to the end of rnd
Rnds 11-14: SS all stitches
Rnds 15-23: Follow Heart Chart [repeat 8 times around the loom]

Rnd 15: Follow Hearts Chart Row 1 [repeat 8 times to complete the round] 

How to work Round 15:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 3 pegs, [skip 1, e-wrap 7 pegs] repeat around to last 5 stitches, Skip 1 peg, e-wrap 4 pegs.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over.

Rnd 16: Follow Heart Chart Row 2 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to work Round 16:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 2 pegs, [skip 3, e-wrap 5] repeat around to last 5 stitches, skip 3 pegs, e-wrap 2 pegs.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnd 17: Follow Heart Chart Row 3 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 17:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 1, skip 5, [e-wrap 3, skip 5] repeat around to last 2 stitches, e-wrap 2.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnd 18: Follow Heart Chart Row 4 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 18
Step 1: With CC: [e-wrap 7 pegs, skip 1] 8 times.
Step 2: With MC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnd 19-20: Repeat Rnd 18 (Chart rows 5 & 6)

Rnd 21: Follow Heart Chart Row 7 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 21:
Step 1: With CC: [E-wrap 3 pegs, Skip 1] 16 times
Step 2: With MC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnd 22: Follow Heart Chart Row 8 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 22:
Step 1: With MC: Skip 1, [E-wrap 2, skip 1, E-wrap 2, skip 3] repeat around to the last 7 stitches,  E-wrap 2, Skip 1, E-wrap 2, skip 2
Step 2: With MC: E-wrap all the skipped stitches in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnds 23-35: SS to the end of rnd

Rnds 36-44: Follow Crown Chart as follows:

Rnd 36: Follow Crown Chart Row 1 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 36:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 3 pegs, [skip 1, e-wrap 7 pegs] repeat around to last 5 stitches, Skip 1 peg, e-wrap 4 pegs.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over.

Rnd 37: Follow Crown Chart Row 2 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 37:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 2 pegs, [skip 3, e-wrap 5] repeat around to last 5 stitches, skip 3 pegs, e-wrap 2 pegs.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Rnd 38: Follow Crown Chart Row 3 [repeat 8 times to complete the round]

How to Work Round 38:
Step 1: With MC: E-wrap 1, skip 5, [e-wrap 3, skip 5] repeat around to last 2 stitches, e-wrap 2.
Step 2: With CC: E-wrap all the pegs skipped in Step 1.
Step 3: Knit over

Cut main color leaving a 6 inch tail.

Rnds 39-44: With CC: SS all stitches

Decrease Round:
Rnd: 45: Move every 2nd loop one peg to the right. You will have 32 pegs with 2 loops on each peg. Each peg with 2 loops will have an empty peg next to it.
E-wrap all the pegs that contain the 2 loops on them, skip all the empty pegs.
The pegs should have 3 loops on them. Lift over and off the peg the bottom most 2 wraps.

Rnd 46: Work one round of knit stitch.

Bind off: Remove with the Gather Removal Method

Weave in all ends to the wrong side of the item.
 

Terminology

   1.  Bring the working yarn in front of the peg, above the existing loop.

   2. Lift the bottom loop over the working yarn to knit off and over the peg.

   3. With the knitting tool, pull gently on the new wrap to make it less snug around the peg.


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Cables Baguette

A whimsical baguette that will enhance any wardrobe! Knitted on a round knitting loom as a flat panel.  The bag has one chunky middle cable, and 2 side mock cables!

**If adapting to a different knitting loom gauge, use the yarn recommended for the gauge of loom.

Materials

Skills Knowledge: Purl stitch, Single Stitch (1 over 1), Flat Panel Knitting Seaming: Mattress Stitch for seaming the sides Sewing: (optional) for Bag Liner–simple straight sewing by hand or by sewing machine.

*Size varies according to yarn and loom gauge.

Price: $4.99


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