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Hot Air Balloons Mobile knitting pattern PDF

Hot Air Balloons Mobile knitting pattern PDF

  During summer the sky is filled with them: colourful hot air balloons, floating over lakes and forests. These balloons are quick and fun to make and use up your leftover scraps of yarn in no time. Mix as many colours as you like, it makes them all the prettier! They are fun in a mobile or just as decoration, and equally loved by small and big children. Techniques used are * knit in the round * knit flat *…

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Scrappalicious Mitts fingerless mittens knitting pattern PDF

Scrappalicious Mitts fingerless mittens knitting pattern PDF

Leftovers are the best part of the skein! Have you been looking for the perfect project to make those pretty yarn ends glow? Look no further! These Scrappalicious Fingerless Mittens are made to show off those gorgeous bits that you saved up. With eye catching different-sized colour blocks and simple construction the Scrappalicious Mitts are a great project for beginners and advanced knitters alike and can be made in all sizes. Examples for kids and adult sizes are given in…

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Kiwi As Summer Socks knitting pattern PDF

Kiwi As Summer Socks knitting pattern PDF

Welcome to the Land of the Long White Cloud, Aotearoa, New Zealand, where Flip-Flops are called ‚jandals‘ (Japanese sandals! It makes sense, right?) and are worn year-round. These socks feel like summer. Fun split toes and a cute wave pattern make them an ideal project for your summer knitting and a quirky addition to your standard socks drawer. The socks are worked top down in the round and are described with a boomerang heel using German short rows, although you…

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Knit a Whale knitting pattern PDF

Knit a Whale knitting pattern PDF

Didn‘t you always want to have a whale as best friend? This is your chance! This whale makes a cute little gift for big and small whale-fans and knits up really fast. AND he doesn‘t need as much space as one might expect of a whale 🙂 Techniques used are: knit in the round provisional cast on (tutorial included) simple increases and decreases picking up stitches (optional. You can also knit parts separately and attach them later) What you need:…

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Toucan Tim knitting pattern PDF

Toucan Tim knitting pattern PDF

This one likes to brag, but wouldn’t you if you had that nice a beak? 🙂 He is the perfect size to be every child’s best friend and with a little crinkle paper in his wings and a bell in his belly he’ll be a great baby toy. You need following techniques to knit this toy: – knit in the round – simple increases and decreases – picking up stitches, if you want the toy to be absolutely baby safe….

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Ooh Crab! knitting pattern PDF

Ooh Crab! knitting pattern PDF

This crab is a lot of fun and wants to play and pinch you all day long! It will be a wonderful cushion in your bed or your kid‘s best friend. Make it from any yarn, sock weight for a pocket sized crab or thicker for cushion size, use up leftovers and mix and match colours as you like to make a unique companion. All pieces are knit in the round and can be knit on directly or knit separately…

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Scrappily Ever After Mitts

Scrappily Ever After Mitts

Give your scraps the happy ending they deserve! These pretty and happy fingerless mittens are the perfect home for your beloved leftover yarns and make for a perfect eye catcher. They are a fabulously easy knit yet look better than a plain vanilla project. The fingerless mittens are knit in the round with blocks of colours joined by a beautiful round of simple, yet fancy contrasting stitches. This pattern is suitable for beginners and advanced knitters alike and can be…

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Pointy Pompom Hat knitting pattern PDF

Pointy Pompom Hat knitting pattern PDF

This simple and lovely hat will make your yarn look good on anybody’s head and works perfectly for your scrappy leftovers! 🙂 Techniques used are: knit and purl in the round, simple decreases (k2tog) and i-cord. So grab your needles and make two, so you don’t go without! This is not a complete stitch by stitch pattern, but instructions are given for various sizes, it’s really easy to change sizes. Mix colours as you like, it’s a great way to…

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Happy kids Mittens knitting pattern PDF

Happy kids Mittens knitting pattern PDF

Wintertime needs colours, especially for kids (or grown up kids 🙂 Use two contrasting gradient yarns, scraps or plain colours – no matter how, these mitts will be fabulous and knit up quickly. Instructions are written for kids and adult sizes and can be adapted to fit any size! Perfect for fingering, sport or DK weight yarns, scraps or gradients. Techniques used are: – knitting in the round – simple increases and decreases (left and right leaning) What you need:…

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Liam Lion knitting pattern PDF

Liam Lion knitting pattern PDF

This majestic but cuddly lion is the ideal gift for small and big kids alike and is a quick project. He is knit in the round with legs, ears and tail knit separately and attached later, but you can choose to pick up the stitches from the body and join as you go. Techniques used are: knit in rounds and flat simple increases and decreases kitchener stitch / grafting What you need: ~20grams of cotton or other dk weight yarn,…

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Scrappily Ever After Socks knitting pattern PDF

Scrappily Ever After Socks knitting pattern PDF

Give your scraps the happy ending they deserve! These pretty and happy top-down socks are the perfect home for your beloved leftover yarns and make for a real eye catcher. They are a fabulously easy knit yet look better than a plain vanilla sock. The socks are knit in the round with blocks of colours joined by a beautiful round of simple, yet fancy contrasting stitches. This pattern is suitable for beginners and advanced knitters alike and can be made…

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Convertible Monster Mittens knitting pattern PDF

Convertible Monster Mittens knitting pattern PDF

These convertible mittens are not only practical but make a fun accessory and toy at the same time! And who said that only kids should have fun? Make them in any size you like and start monster-ing away! The pattern uses following techniques: knits and purls in rounds and rows, simple increases and decreases, cast on and cast off stitches picking up stitches What you need: ~30-40g (depending on size) fingering yarn, for example Mumpitz Bamboo (400m/100g) or Mumpitz Merino (400m/100g) in your favourite…

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Chubby Bobby knitting pattern PDF

Chubby Bobby knitting pattern PDF

These chubby cuties love to go to school and swim with their friends. They are the perfect little leftover stash eaters. Use it as room decor, add it to a baby´s mobile or add a little bell to it and make it into your little one’s new favourite toy! Techniques used are: knit in the round knit flat basic increases and decreases. The fish is knit with body and tail in one piece, fins are picked up and knit directly…

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Sonja the Seagull knitting pattern PDF

Sonja the Seagull knitting pattern PDF

This cute seagull is the perfect addition to your maritime decoration and makes a lovely baby mobile hanger! Techniques used are: knitting in the round and short rows as well as simple increases and decreases. The body is knit in one piece, with wings knit separately and sewn on later (alternatively you can of course pick up the stitches directly from the body and knit them on). The gauge is not very important, but you should use needles at least…

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Creativity Booster Socks knitting pattern PDF

Creativity Booster Socks knitting pattern PDF

This is a beautiful pattern for showing off your crazy side! It’s made for those of us too impatient to stick to the same pattern through two whole socks – honestly, those can be pretty boring to knit, especially if you have to knit a pair in xxxl 🙂 – you can mix and match the different patterns and colours as you like and as a bonus even use up leftover yarn 🙂 The more colours the merrier! The pattern…

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Baby Butterfly Mobile knitting pattern PDF

Baby Butterfly Mobile knitting pattern PDF

Fluttering from flower to flower and brightening up spring time these butterflies are a joy for big and small kids. They are a very quick knit and a nice spring decoration or gift. Add a little crinkle paper to the wings and they make the loveliest baby toy! Use up your self patterning sock yarn leftovers and these winged friends will be your new favourite pattern. You need following techniques to knit this toy: – knit in the round –…

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In Bloom Mitts knitting pattern PDF

In Bloom Mitts knitting pattern PDF

These cute fingerless mittens with a romantic lace and scallop edge are a great addition to your wardrobe, matching the “In Bloom shawl” and “In Bloom Socks” patterns. This pattern gives instructions for mittens with or without thumb. Techniques used are: knits and purls, yarn overs and simple increases and decreases. What you need:  40-50g fingering weight yarn. I used Schoppelwolle Zauberball yarn. 5dpns or one cable needle, if you prefer (pattern is written for dpns), size as indicated on the…

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