I love this project but cannot find size 15 circular knitting needles in 9 inches. Where do you suggest I can buy them? Are you familiar with a technique called magic loop? Does that make sense? Let me know if you need help finding a video of this technique. Love this! I was just wondering where you got your needles?
I have size 15, 24 inch, which could possibly work for the adult size. I may have to just knit it flat and sew up the seams. I just learned how to use circular needles and love it, but it requires buying them in so many sizes AND with different cable lengths. Congrats on learning how to use circular needles! They intimidated me for a long time. Are you familar with it? Essentially, you just scoot the extra cable through the stitches as you go.
Check out that link and let me know if you have questions! From oversized and bulky to trim and fitted, the knitted cowl encompasses a lot of different styles. Traditionally, a cowl is a knitted garment that can be worn over the head and neck. It can be pulled up like a hood or dropped down like a small scarf. Cowls are pretty easy to knit and therefore make great beginner projects. Their small size means they can often be completed using just one skein of yarn.
This unisex cowl is made with - yards of dk weight yarn and size US 6 needles. We can't think of much that trumps a handknit Christmas present. Nothing is as thoughtful and seasonally practical for Northern Hemisphere dwellers at least , and shows just how much you care. And the best part is that handknit gifts don't have to be as time consuming as you'd expect. Replace your images of intricate fairisle jumpers and spindly lacework shawls with chunky knit winter must-haves: mittens, pompom hats, slouchy socks and snoods that can all be completed in an evening or two.
We've come up with two super simple snoods that are lightning quick to knit, suitable even for first time knitters, and will make the perfect gift for just about anyone even those tricky men! Representing two of our favourite stitches - moss stitch and English rib stitch - these snoods are a once around the neck coze extravaganza. Both stitches are reversible exactly the same both sides , completely non-gender specific and really make the most of a chunky yarn by exaggerating the surface bulk.
In terms of circumference, it can often be tricky to get the perfect length that neither strangles you nor sags down exposing your neck to the bitter chill. Binding off: Pick up the 31 cast on stitches with the needle pointing in the opposite direction to the needle with the live stitches.
Hat knitting pattern Cast on 44 stitches using circular needle no. Curious about different options? Leave a comment Please wait Diane Lessard. Lena Hardy. Lisa Borrelli. Eileen Green. Vivienne Begg. Sheila Headrick. Stay up-to-date! I did some knitting 3 years ago and made my daughter a hat and scarf set.
Alas time is not on my side anymore but maybe I could manage a snood! I am not a regular knitter, but I think it took me about 2 evenings to put together this snood. Instand gratification guaranteed! I recently knit an impromptu snood for my daughter on round needles and it was super easy!
BTW I have noticed that everything I knit is a variation of a square for example the snood or the hat; I have no idea how to increase and decrease […]. Great so simple knitting snoods for a charity ,put flowers and tassels on them look great ,thankyou. So pleased I found your pattern been knitting for adults this year, then my daughter asked if I could knit a snood for my grandson.
The easy 4 row lace repeat is a perfect first lace project. Moebius cowl is a quick knit with two strands of bulky yarn held together and easy enough for beginners.
Designed by nina: a well-knit shop. Pictured project by vanesapolo. Diana Levine designed this easy cowl pattern with plenty of photos. This link is to the web archive page since it appears that her blog is no longer available. Designer Mademoiselle C created this simple textured cowl to showcase the subtle color variations of hand dyed yarns and reports it knits up in a few hours.
Jane Richmond designed this super bulky cowl with a moebius twist that can be knit in one sitting. Other knitters say it is a fast knit. Designer Taiga Hilliard says you can knit this cowl in one episode of your favorite show. Get a life!! Monday, December 15, Hi Suzanne, yes, the first stitch you would slip as if to knit and purl the second stitch. Continue the row K1 p1. Saturday, October 24, Thank you carol from louise knits who confirmed its slip 1 at the beginning of each row then either continue p1,k1 or k the row, depending on which row youre on - to prevent curling.
So my scarf is turning out fantastic and i wish i could post a brag picture. Thanks for the pattern and advice! Friday, November 06, Thank you for this great pattern. I really enjoyed making my granddaughter a scarf. Because she wanted an infinity scarf, I used circular needles. Sue A said…. Great simple pattern.
I have to say that I have been knitting for a long time and did not know about the worsted weight. Sunday, June 05, I have a super bulky yarn I would like to use for this scarf.
With bigger needles Lionbrand suggests 13 and fewer stitches cast on, do you think it will work? Wednesday, August 10, Lynn said…. Louise, Love this easy pattern for a quick scarf. One question: If I slip the first stitch to keep scarf from curling, does that not throw off the K1P1 pattern? Saturday, August 27, Lynn -- see above comments Use this free knitting… More. Use this free knitting pattern to make an enchanting scarf for any toddler… More.
It can be hard to keep your kids outfitted for winter, especially when… More. This easy knitted cowl pattern is just the right size for kids. Try… More. This scarf and hat set can be made for any stylish girl! Simply join the ends together to form a loop. You'll need some yarn in the same colour or contrasting colour if you prefer.