Do you ever find yourself having one of those days? Where you just can't decide which project to finish first. Having several on the go at the moment I just can not make up my mind. We have the new project The Rag Rug. Not so new project A Pillow Case Dress. One that's been going … Continue reading One of those days!!
Rag Rug a step by step guide. Materials: Hessian for backing (you can use other materials for this) Some old rags (t-shirts or any other similar materials) A latch hook Marker pen tape measure 3" measuring Guage (Measuring tape/ruler or cutting mat are all good substitutes for the gauge). Fabric Glue Heavy Material (for … Continue reading Rag Rug part 2.
So here we have my take on the Rib Brim Beanie. I made this using the first size on the pattern and it has turned out quite small. This size would be ideal for premature babies or if your your make dolls clothes for the kids/grandkiddies to use then this is the size you need. … Continue reading Ribbed Brim Beanie My Attempt..
Well today is the day that Brackla knitting and crochet group we will be trying our hand at rag rugs.
So this post will be a short one but will be continued later today hopefully with lots of pics to go with it.
Continued from this morning:
Was a fab session, was shown several techniques on how to rag rug.
I opted for a simpler one, having done rug making before I kinda knew the basics but found that doing it with rags you have to find your own way of pulling the rag through, as my rags were 3″ x 2″ it was a little tough going pulling the hook back through the hessian backing.
So I’m back home now with my rags, hook, and backing already got a start on it, but then i look around and like all crafters dilemma i have several unfinished projects…
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Well today is the day that Brackla knitting and crochet group we will be trying our hand at rag rugs. So this post will be a short one but will be continued later today hopefully with lots of pics to go with it. Keep Crafting. Continued from this morning: Was a fab session, was … Continue reading Rag Rug day.
Basic Ribbed Brim Beanie. Finished size approx 6- 13.5” circumference, we knit up to newborn size. To knit 1 beanie you will need: A 50g ball of yarn, this knits approx 4 Knitting needles metric size 4mm – Old English 8 – US 6 Needle to sew up the seam. Knitting Instructions: Cast on … Continue reading Basic Ribbed Brim Beanie
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Moss stitch rim beanie for a teeny. Finished size approx 6-13.5” To knit 1 beanie you will need: Yarn – a 50g ball knits approx 4 Knitting needles: metric size 4mm – Old English 8 – US 6 Needle to sew up the seam. Instructions: Cast on 48,[50,52,54,56,58] stitches. Work 8,[8,8,10,10,12] rows in K1 P1 … Continue reading Moss Stitch Brim Beanie
So our First Tuesday session at Brackla Knitting and Crochet Group was a little quieter than our usual Thursday madhouse sessions. But this turned out not to be a bad thing as we had a few new faces, all beginners and all wanting to try Crochet. So all eyes to me as … Continue reading Knitting and Crochet group Tuesday session
Choose from 3 of our popular sizes to create a gorgeous seam-free beanies. Size 1: Cast on 50 stitches and divide between 3 needles join without twisting stitches and knit 28 rounds. Next round: *knit 3, knit 2tog. Repeat from* to end Next round: *knit 2, knit 2tog. Repeat from* to end Next round: *knit … Continue reading Knit in the Round Beanie