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This page is filled with all the projects I've created. You can scroll down and on the right hand side of the page or if you're on a mobile device scroll a little more further down you will find an archive that can navigate you through all the posts. If you can't find what you're looking for there is a search box at the top of the website 

Crocheted Boot Cuff

How-To Video https://youtu.be/ArA1IrMKjjM What you'll need 4 mm Hook 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight)Yarn Stitch Marker Foundation Row Ch 45, slip in the round Row 1 Ch 1, Single crochet around, slip into the first st, (44) Rows 2-4 Ch 1, Single crochet rib 2 by 2 around (2 front post, 2 back post). Slip st into the top of your ch 1 st Row 5 Ch 1, Single crochet around, slip stitch into the top of your ch 1 st Row 6 Ch 2, Double crochet around, slip stitch into the top of your ch 2 st Row 7 Ch 1, Single crochet around, slip stitch into the top of your ch 1 st Rows 8-10 Ch 2, Double crochet 2 into the first st, miss 2 sts, *3 double crochet into the next st, miss 2 sts. Repeat from* around, slip

6-9 Years Knitted Fingerless Mittens With Fingertip Cover

How-To Videos Part 1 https://youtu.be/MatzIKSNkLE Part 2 https://youtu.be/u_87bOYHIfg What you'll need 5 3.75mm DPNs 3 mm Crochet Hook 1 or 2 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight) Yarn(s) Stitch Marker Stitch Holder or Scrap Yarn To Fit Small/Medium Size (6-9 years)- Make 2 Cast on 32 sts Rib for 7cm 19 rows Knit for 2 rows Row 1 M1, K2, M1, pm, Knit to end of row (10) Row 2 Knit all Row 3 M1, K4, M1, sm, Knit to end of row Row 4 Knit all Row 5 M1, K6, M1, sm, Knit to end of row Row 6 Knit all Row 7 M1, K8, M1, sm, Knit to end of row Row 8 Knit all Row 9 M1, K10, M1, sm, Knit to end of row (14) Row 10 Knit all Row 11 Cast on 4 sts on your working needle. Slip thumb sts onto spare yarn. Knit around (

How-To | I Cord | DPNS, Single Ended And Circular Needles

How-To Video https://youtu.be/dMe9E8CIbW8\ What you'll need Yarn DPNs, Single Ended or Circular Needles DPNs Cast on 3 to 5 stitches, depending on how thick you want your cord to be Knit the first row Slide all the stitches to the other end of your needle and knit all your stitches again. Repeat these two steps to complete your I Cord Single ended and Circular needles Cast on 3 to 5 stitches, depending on how thick you want your cord to be Knit the first row Slip all your stitches to LH needle purl-wise and then knit all your stitches again. Repeat these two steps to complete your I Cord

Your Recreations

From time to time I get emails from happy knitters about how well their projects turn out. Until now I've not had a way to collect the images in one place. So if you'd like to show me your recreations or if you'd like to get featured please send me a picture file no bigger than 10MB. Thank you for your continued support!

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