The Prince and The Purl

idreamofhandmades:

Knitting FO (Sort Of) — Robin Bluse

Had the hardest time with this blouse.  The translation had errors, and I’m not sure that it fits, but at least it’s done (except for the strings hanging off :))

That’s a pretty sweet sweater! I love the pattern on the front and back. Nice and simple but cool.

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Note to self: Make this for your mother in law

Note to self: Make this for your mother in law

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kitteno:

notanicedragon:

Geode Knitting Pattern

This is attempts number two and three at a knitted geode. I would love to spend more time on these, making wonkier shapes, more colour options, just plain bigger versions. At the moment I’d be quite happy to spend the entire year knitting rocks, I’m not sure that the website would keep getting hits if I did though.

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This is wicked cool

daraross:

Chewbacca Mittens Got to get knitting these ASAP.

SO GOOD! 

daraross:

Chewbacca Mittens
Got to get knitting these ASAP.

SO GOOD! 

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I’m 100% the other way on this.

I’m 100% the other way on this.

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I’m really mad at myself…

I haven’t been knitting at all. I started a hat for my friends dad and basically made the ear flags and cast on for the brim. That was over a month ago.

There is so much I want to knit but just haven’t! I want to make a bunch of moustache a in preparation for November. I want to make myself a sweater, and maybe some cowls. I say this because I never make anything for me. 2014 is the year of selfish knitting, or that’s what I told myself in January.

Buuhhhhhhhh. What do?

flikky:

Also wow jumping from size 2 to size 10.5 needles is REALLY weird.

Try it the other way around…

podkins:

Ooo… I love these… found over at Pointy Pointy Sticks.
Pattern: Susie’s Reading Mitts by Janelle Masters
Yarn: Cascade 220 Heathers
Amount: 1 skein
Colourway: 9448 Green
Needles: 3.75mm
Size: Medium
On ravelry: here

These are cool!

podkins:

Ooo… I love these… found over at Pointy Pointy Sticks.

Pattern: Susie’s Reading Mitts by Janelle Masters
Yarn: Cascade 220 Heathers
Amount: 1 skein
Colourway: 9448 Green
Needles: 3.75mm
Size: Medium
On ravelry: here

These are cool!

dudesthatknit:

Knit Inspiration: 1 Hour Project: Herringbone Cowl (by Craftsy)

Me want!

one-with-cinderella-shoes:

knitknit:

love.

Best use of that quote I have seen. 

one-with-cinderella-shoes:

knitknit:

love.

Best use of that quote I have seen. 

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journalsofanknottedmind:

1. It’s a braid cable - I learned through:  Knitting for Dummies

2. It’s a Staghorn Cable - I found that pattern on the knitting app I use called Knitting HD

3. Is the Celtic Cable - found in Claire Crompton’s "The Knitter’s Bible"

4.This pattern, I sadly don’t have the link for anymore. It was online, in a pdf form, and I simply can’t find it. I’ll keep looking though, and promise to post an update if I find it.

5. This pattern I just found again recently - it’s from the book “Knitting Pattern Book 250” by Hitomi Shida, which is sadly out of print (though, I’m excited to say, I just purchased one online!). I originally found it an image of the pattern chart online, but the original blog is gone (my old bookmark is broken and everything).

I hope this helps!

Cables!!!

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meggospurls:

So thrilled to see my pattern, Blush Cardigan, in Interweave Knits Fall 2014. An unexpected delight to see the magazine premiere on my birthday. What a great present!

The cardigan was inspired by Kate Middleton’s soft angora cardigan she wore on her wedding day. It’s made to be worn easily with a special dress or your favorite jeans.

Gotta make another one for me!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/blush-cardigan

This is so amazing to hear! Congrats and happy birthday!!!

acalmstrength42:

10 Pretty, Textured, & Free Sock Patterns

I’m daydreaming about when I’ll be done with my afghan for my friend’s wedding and can knit whatever I want again.  Here’s a medley of delightful and charming sock patterns that I’ve been looking at to tide myself over until then:

Stepaside

Drachenschwingen

Hermione’s Everyday Socks

Paraphernalia

Gladys

Rye

Simple Skyp Socks

Broken Seed Stitch Socks

Leyburn Socks

Owlie Socks

I need to knit more socks.

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