I don’t know about you, but weaving in ends when I’m finished a project is probably my
least favourite part about knitting.
So, when I’m using multiple balls of the same colour of yarn and know I’ll have a lot of ends when I’m finished, I
knit my ends in instead! This saves SO MUCH time when my project is finished!
Here’s what I do:
When you’re coming close to the end of one ball of yarn, take a
long piece and tie it to your new ball of yarn.
Continue to knit in pattern and as you come up to where your yarn is joined, pick up all 3 strands of yarn, (your 2 strands from where you tied the yarn together and the 1 strand from the new ball) and continue to knit in pattern.
Every piece of work has a right side and a wrong side, so as you come close to the end of your 3 strands, make sure you leave the ends on the wrong side of your work and then continue to knit in pattern using the 1 strand of yarn from you new ball.
Now all you have to do when you are finished your project is tie a little knot with the 2 strands of yarn that are sticking out and trim it!
If you have any questions about this technique, I’d be happy to answer them!
You can reach me at email@example.com
I just wanted to share with you some cushions that were made by a customer using my
“Horizon” cushion cover pattern and my “Sunset” cushion cover pattern.
She changed the colours up to co-ordinate with her decor and they turned out absolutely
Horizon cushion cover
Sunset cushion cover
Thank you for sharing “S”!!
You can get these patterns over at loveknitting.com. Click
here for the “Horizon” cushion cover pattern and here for the “Sunset” cushion cover pattern (this one is ). 😉 FREE!
Well it’s Friday, so I thought this would be a good day to share a
FREE pattern with you.
I know it’s summer, but it’s
never too early to start your Christmas knitting.
here for the “Garter Stitch Infinity Scarf” pattern!
Well I did it! 😀
I opened an
Etsy shop!! You can click here to see it!
I only have 1 item for sale right now
(LOL), but I’ll be working this summer to fill it up.
I’m going to be making baby and toddler blankets and probably some baby bunting bags too!
I’m so excited about this.
Here’s the next blanket I’m making.
I’m using what is called the
“Nubby Sand Stitch”. So much wonderful texture.
Well, off to make a bit more headway on this blanket!
So, I’ve finished my pink blanket! 😀
so pretty and soft! I just love how it turned out.
Using US size 8 circular needles, I casted on 135 stitches and followed the pattern below.
Row 1 – knit 3, purl 3 across the row
Row 2 – knit 3, purl 3 across the row
Row 3 – purl 3, knit 3 across the row
Row 4 – purl 3, knit 3 across the row
I used Caron Simply Soft premium acrylic yarn – 1 ball of
Watermelon and 2 balls of Soft Pink. The finished blanket measures 33″ X 44″. The perfect sized crib blanket or toddler blanket.
I’ve been toying with the idea of selling on Etsy, and have finally decided to do it. I
making things and most times don’t have anyone to gift the items to! love
So with that being said, if you know of someone interested in this blanket, it’s for
Good afternoon everyone!
I’ve completed the last cushion cover of the
“Seaside Collection” – the “Sunset” cushion cover.
Here it is:
And you can click
here for the FREE pattern!! 😀
If you’re interested in making
ALL the cushions in the collection, the other 2 patterns can be found over at loveknitting.com.
Ever wonder what a pattern looks like when it goes from my head onto a piece of paper?
Well, here you go! 😀
I promise you in the end though, it’s something that you can definitely follow! LOL!!
Have a look at the finished product.
This pattern is available for purchase over at loveknitting.com.
here to purchase today!
Today I’m sharing a
FREE pattern – the Basket Weave cushion cover.
here to download your copy now!
The new pink yarn I bought the other day was calling my name, so despite having 2 other projects on the go, I had to start the baby blanket. 😉
I’m using a basket stitch pattern that creates a soft ripply texture. Perfect for a baby blanket.
BASKET STITCH PATTERN:
Cast on multiple of 6 stitches plus 3
ROW 1: Knit 3, purl 3, knit 3 across the row
ROW 2: Knit 3, purl 3, knit 3 across the row
ROW 3: Purl 3, knit 3, purl 3 across the row
ROW 4: Purl 3, knit 3, purl 3 across the row
Repeat the above 4 rows to create the pattern.
Well, off to do some more knitting. I don’t knit with pink very often, so I’m pretty excited!
In my last post, I said I was was going to create another set of cushion covers inspired by purple wildflowers.
But, I’ve decided to put that collection on hold. I’ve made so many cushion covers lately, I wanted to make something else.
I decided to make another baby blanket
(have I ever said how much I enjoy making baby blankets??) 😉 and purchased some new yarn today.
I have no idea who this blanket will be for, so if you know someone who can use a pink baby blanket, just send them my way!