Such a great simple weekend project for the beginner knitter!
I’m so excited!
I’m almost done my first ebook!
I just have to make a couple of pom-poms, take some more photos, add them to my book, proof read and it’s ready to upload to loveknitting.com!
It will contain 8 beginner to intermediate knitting patterns to help keep you warm this winter.
Here’s a sneak peek:
Good afternoon everyone!
I thought I would share today a super easy hat pattern. You can literally complete this hat in a few hours!
It consists of your basic ribbing (knit 1, purl 1)and the garter stitch (knitting every row). I used 2 strands of DK yarn at one time to make it extra cozy.
You can find the pattern here!
Today I taught myself a few new things!
I was itching to learn something new so I pulled out a knitting book I bought about a year ago and went through it. When I bought this book, these patterns seemed a bit intimidating, but not now! What a difference a year of knitting makes!
I have also been looking for a while for some easy knitting instructions for scalloped edges.
Last night while on Pinterest, I saw an image of a knitted scalloped edge and when I clicked on the image, it brought me to a website with the instructions. I read them through and thought “I can do this!”.
Well, after about 5 attempts, my scallops didn’t look anything like in the picture, so instead of giving up, I created my own little pattern! I ended up with the scallops in the photo below!
I quite like how they turned out!!
So I really want to get the other projects done I have on the go because now I have a ton more projects I want to start using these new patterns.
Off to knit…
A couple of weeks back I posted that I was doing a lot of behind the scenes work; that I was working on creating an on-line shop.
Well, after more thought, I decided not to do a shop. I decided to focus on writing patterns instead…patterns for beginner knitters just like me. 😀
And make sure you come back again soon, as I have about 4 new patterns in the works.