Knitting Ideas For Valentines


welcome back to the crochet crowd here on the youtube channel. hey it's the end of knitting here of the crochet crowd. it doesn't mean i've quit knitting, it just means that we're going to go somewhere new instead of putting crochet and knit on the same channels, we now have two. we have the knit crowd and it's available on youtube right next door. there's a hotlink right next door that will take you to it and i'll be seeing you over there as we continue our journey for knitting.

instead of putting both crochet and knitting onto the same channel where it's harder for both knitters and crocheters to find we've got a dedicated channel just for knitters. so you can enjoy the process. now i've already told you i don't know how to knit, i'm working my way through the skills as i learn the process of knitting. so as i learn, you can too. come join me in the experience of learning how to knit i'm going to show you my skills, and you know what? i may goof up along the way! but that's ok. that's what learning is all about.

if you're never learning anything new, life gets a little bit boring. so this is it for knitting on the youtube crochet crowd channel, so come join us over at the knit crowd and i'll see you over there. and we'll continue our journey on learning to knit. see you there, and remember there's a link right there. see you there! give it lots of love, make sure you subscribe, and make sure you tell your friends you're starting to learn to knit and where you're finding those videos. til next time, mikey, on behalf of the crochet crowd as well as the brand-new knit crowd we'll see you real soon, bye-bye!


Knitting Ideas For Twins


>>being an identical twin is fantastic. yet it has it's moments. >>like people always calling me adam wheni'm really daniel! >>we have been inseparable since birth. >>it's crazy to some people but we reallyare a package deal. adam is my best friend. >>daniel is my best friend. i knit him this super scarf because he isa super brother. >>great!

now people can finally tell us apart!


Knitting Ideas For Toddlers


hi, guys, and welcome to studio knit. today, we are creating pencil cozies! go check out my lesson on how to knit an i-cord.for this pencil cozy, we are casting on 5 stitches using a number four size of double-pointedneedles. thank you so much for watching studio knit.i hope you enjoyed this tutorial on creating your new pencil cozies! this is a new channel, so please like, subscribe,comment㉠and check out some of my other videos, too! thanks. bye!


Knitting Ideas For The Summer


hi, guys, and welcome to studio knit. it is may 2014 so happy springtime. i hopeeverything is beautiful in wherever you are watching this video from. so, i just saw that i hit my personal goalof one thousand subscribers this morning. i’m so excited. so before i start my day,i decided i would like to create a new video and announce a new giveaway. this time, it is the mother bear project.this is my first creation that i did with the mother bear project. the giveaway is going to be a whole kit thatthey give you. you knit from their yarn, their

needles, their pattern. you can customizeit however you would like. then you give it back to them and they give it to a deservingchild. most of the children who receive mother bearproject bears are from africa and are most of them are orphans. so, it is a really specialcharity. this is something that i learned about wheni went to stitches west a couple of months ago. it is just really special. here is the first bear that i made. this iswith their yarn. this is the second one that i made. she has this cute little skirt. i have a third bear in the works. what i didwas ask my niece deliliah to color a picture

of a teddy bear so that she could be my teddybear fashion designer. she came up with some really cool colors. i am finishing that upright now. when i announce the winner of the mother bear project package, i will revealthat teddy bear then as well. i love the mother bear project. definitelycheck them out. this is also not only as a thank you. it is a giveaway that is perfectfor mothers day, which is coming up shortly. all you have to do to enter is to write below,a comment below. the winner will be announced saturday, may 10, 2014. than you so much for watching. please subscribeand receive a new knitting lesson tutorial every monday. and check out my new boho-chicfriendship bracelet. really fun and cute to

make. and make sure to leave a comment belowto participate in this giveaway, which ends may 10, 2014. bye.


Knitting Ideas For The Kitchen


when you’re working stripes in your knitting,and if you’re working with the same two or three or four – however many colors,you have the option of cutting the yarn every time you start with a new color, or if you’regoing to keep using that same color of yarn, you have another option of just carrying thatyarn up the side of your work and not having so many ends to weave in when you’re finished. which is ideal. to do that it’s the same when you’re knittingback and forth, or if you’re knitting in the round. the issues with tension and carrying the yarnup and everything else are the same.

it’s a quick little technique, it will saveyou a lot of time. let’s take a look. here i have this little knitted piece andi’m switching from yellow to purple every two rows. and i only have one yellow end and one purpleend because i’m carrying the yarn up the side of the work. now this really only works if you’re knittingfor a back and forth piece – not knitting in the round. you need to knit an even number of rows, sothat you can keep swapping things out over

on the same side of the work. you want to knit down and back, a multipleof two rows, even number. i have knit two rows in yellow, and i’mready to switch to purple. and the purple of course is already attached. before i get started, i want to intertwinethese two threads a little bit. so i’m just going to flop one yarn overthe other. because i don’t want any loose loops hangingoff the side of my work. and i’m going to put – you see what i did there? all i did was flopone yarn over the other like that.

and this is kind of important when you’redoing a two row repeat, but really much more important if you have more rows of knitting,because there is more of an option for a longer loop on the side of the work. put my needle in. wrap it with the purple yarn, and that firststitch, the tension is pretty important. if you pull it too tightly, you’ll bunchup the sides of your work, so you want to make sure you that you give the work a tugas you tighten up that stitch. and then you knit across normally. or purl, or whatever your pattern’s tellingyou to do.

the only technique here is on the side ofthe work. okay, so that’s the technique. you’ll see here that there is a tiny bitmore bulk on the side of the work, because there is one extra strand running up the side. but even knitting this flat, you can’t reallysee, you can’t really see it on the right the wrong side of the work you do see theselittle twists where i flopped one yarn over the other to keep there from being big loops. this is a great technique that will save youa ton of time from weaving in a million ends every time you change to a different colorwhen you’re working stripes.

and that’s carrying up the yarn for stripes. [music]


Knitting Ideas For The Home


hi, guys and welcome to studio knit. today, we are going to knit a soccer ball!goal!!! it is a fun toy for children, or even dogs! i just noticed that the leading knitting websiteravelry is featuring my colorful soccer ball on their home page and blog and it is gettinga lot of love. so, i thought it would be fun to share my process of knitting this plushtoy with you. the materials we will use are:10 grams of yarn, in any colors of your choice 2 size 6 us knitting needlesscissors, a tapestry needle and about 8 ounces of fluffy stuffing!

we will first create twenty individual hexagonknit shapes. mine are white. and twelve pentagons, which i made in variousvibrant colors. this project really familiarizes you withhow a soccer ball is constructed. i never realized it is composed of both hexagons andpentagons. oh, and if you are enjoying learning how toknit a soccer ball, please hit like. let me know you would enjoy seeing more fun ideaslike this! i learned how to make this knit soccer ballfrom the great free pattern at yanaknits. i have the link to the complete pattern inthe description below, including how to make the hexagon and pentagon shapes.

i have created this graphic to help you seehow to knit your shapes together. i�ll include a link to download this graphic in the descriptionbelow, too. once all your knit shapes are ready, startknitting them together, following the chart. this ball is, of course, in 3-d, so the shapeswill connect together in a really cool way. notice how you always have your pentagon encircledwith five hexagons? keeping that in mind will help you as you get closer to wrapping thepiece around to connect all of the sides together. oh, if you would like to add a shaker, getcreative! i took a plastic easter egg, filled it with dried brown rice, and taped it securelyshut. once we have knitted up all but the opening,it is time for the stuffing! i�m placing

my shaker into the middle of my soccer ball. awesome, you have learned how to knit a soccerball! i really hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. and let�s be friends on ravelry.i�ll include the link to my username below. and thank you so much for watching studioknit! when you subscribe, you will receive a new knitting lesson every monday. and check out my other videos like the worldcup�s #proudtoplay and how to knit a sports headband. sporty fun for everyone! goal! bye.


Knitting Ideas For Summer


hi, guys, and welcome to studio knit. it is may 2014 so happy springtime. i hopeeverything is beautiful in wherever you are watching this video from. so, i just saw that i hit my personal goalof one thousand subscribers this morning. i’m so excited. so before i start my day,i decided i would like to create a new video and announce a new giveaway. this time, it is the mother bear project.this is my first creation that i did with the mother bear project. the giveaway is going to be a whole kit thatthey give you. you knit from their yarn, their

needles, their pattern. you can customizeit however you would like. then you give it back to them and they give it to a deservingchild. most of the children who receive mother bearproject bears are from africa and are most of them are orphans. so, it is a really specialcharity. this is something that i learned about wheni went to stitches west a couple of months ago. it is just really special. here is the first bear that i made. this iswith their yarn. this is the second one that i made. she has this cute little skirt. i have a third bear in the works. what i didwas ask my niece deliliah to color a picture

of a teddy bear so that she could be my teddybear fashion designer. she came up with some really cool colors. i am finishing that upright now. when i announce the winner of the mother bear project package, i will revealthat teddy bear then as well. i love the mother bear project. definitelycheck them out. this is also not only as a thank you. it is a giveaway that is perfectfor mothers day, which is coming up shortly. all you have to do to enter is to write below,a comment below. the winner will be announced saturday, may 10, 2014. than you so much for watching. please subscribeand receive a new knitting lesson tutorial every monday. and check out my new boho-chicfriendship bracelet. really fun and cute to

make. and make sure to leave a comment belowto participate in this giveaway, which ends may 10, 2014. bye.


Knitting Ideas For Spring


hi, i'm allison from imagiknit in san francisco.i wanted to tell you a little bit about getting free patterns for knitting or crocheting projects.for example at my shop, i give up all the patterns that write free with the purchaseof the yarn, so your local yarn store often times will have free patterns that they havedesigned or that are free from the distributor with the purchase of the yarn. you can alsofind quite a few free patterns on the internet on blogs, have been very popular these days,so there are many knitting patterns there. and also the yarn companies and yarn distributorsoften times will have many many free patterns that will compliment their yarns that theyproduce.


Knitting Ideas For Newborns


how to knit a strawberry baby hat part 4. hi, guys, i’m kristen and welcome to studioknit! it’s day four of five learning to knit upthese super cute strawberry baby hats! today are going to decrease the crown of oursuper cute strawberry hat. if you haven’t already, please make sureto check out parts one two and three to learn how to knit up to this point. links to thecomplete playlist for all five of my lessons are in the description below. these decreases are so totally simple andmake this really cool swirly indented strawberry topper look that i just adore!

so, for the first row, we will switch to ourdouble pointed needles. and remember on this row, we are still knitting in multiples ofeight. the first two stitches are knit two together. and stitches three through eightare simply knitting, and we repeat that pattern all the way around our row. we're going todivide our stitches on each of our three needles in the round. since i cast on 6 multiplesof 8, i'm going to have 2 multiples on each needle. once i’m finished with this firstdecrease row, that means i have multiples of seven, so i have 14 stitches on each ofmy three needles. with our second row, we are knitting in multiplesof seven, and again we knit two together, then stitches three through seven are knitted,repeating the pattern until the end our row.

we continue decreasing our rows in all theway down until we have knit the last two together. because i cast on 48 stitches, which is 6multiples of 8, i have six stitches remaining. i love the dimensional look of the strawberryhat topper. there are these great ridges and depth. looks like it was way more complicatedto knit than it is! always a plus. now we are ready to begin finishing up withour cute little stem, put on a leaf embellishment, and weaving in our yarn ends, and we are goingto learn how to do all of that in part five of my series. i hope you are inspired to knit up these adorablestrawberry baby hats. to learn how to knit these from start to finish, including a writtenpattern and tutorials on all the knitting

techniques we're using, please go check outthe links and my complete playlist in the description below. and thank you so much for watching studioknit. if you enjoyed this video and would like to see more, please make sure to subscribe,like, and share my videos with your friends!!! oh, and i sell my hand-knitted strawberryhats in my etsy store, too, so check those out! see you in part five. bye!


Knitting Ideas For Mother'S Day


a knitted lavender heart sachet [l.o.v.e.l.o.v.e.] hi, guys i’m kristen and welcome to studio knit. i love the sweet, naturalsmell of lavender. research shows the scent lowers heart rate and blood pressure, putting you in a relaxed state. what i love about these knitted lavender heart sachets is thatthe yarn is woven tightly enough to keep your loose lavender inside, but it's porous enough to let all the delicious lavender scent release. i became totally inspired by sarah’s threelavender diys of coral tv from our recent kin community new year new you collaboration. i also love tessa evelegh’s book lavender, as well. it's full of practical inspirationsfor natural gifts, recipes and decorative displays. i’m including the link to bothcoral tvs lavender video and tessa evelegh’s

book in the description below. so from sarah's tutorial, i lit my newly created diy lavender candle and set out to create my very own lavender sachet. a knitted version, of course. and this heart shape is totally perfect for valentine’sday and all year round as a gift to anyone you love! especially yourself!the materials we will use are: worsted or aran weighted yarn, in any colors of yourchoice, size 7 or 8 us knitting needles, a tapestry needle, scissors. oh, and lavender.i found my dried lavender at my local craft store. and for this project, i have designeda really simple knitted puffy heart shape. the links to my free pattern and completeknitting video tutorial for my knitted hearts are in the description below. so, once youhave knitted up your two heart shapes, to

make up the front and back of your sachet,simply tack them together using yarn and your tapestry needle with the right side of yourpieces facing together. turn them inside out. and what i love is that all of our littleyarn ends will be able to just stuff right into our sachet for extra stuffing. and thenadd your loose lavender, and then close up your little hold by finishing the seam. it’sso pretty, smells great, relaxing, and full of love. your friends, family, and loved oneswill cherish this thoughtful handmade gift made especially by you! i hope you give thisfun quick knit project a try. and thank you so much for watching studio knit. when yousubscribe, you will receive a new knitting video every monday. make sure to check outall of my favorite valentine’s day projects

and more inspirational ideas from my talentedkin community friends over at coral tv. happy valentine’s day. bye!


Knitting Ideas For Home


hey everyone, welcome to gogocraft. in this workshop, i'm going to teach you how to make one of these really cool finger knitted chains. this workshop is super easy. it's great for kids and adults of all ages. and you can learn to make these really cool knitted chains that you can turn into a bracelet, a belt, a necklace, just like this. all you need is some yarn and your hands.


Knitting Ideas For Him


how to make a rose from a necktie.[you mean everything to me] hi, guys, i’m kristen and welcome to studioknit! father’s day is upon us, and i thought it would be really fun to create a twist onthe traditional necktie gift. let’s recycle old neckties from our dad or our local second–handstore and make them into these gorgeous diy fabric flowers. the materials we will use are neckties inany fabric and your color choice is totally optional, a glue gun, measuring tape, andscissors. oh, if you think this would be a fun diy projectto try, please hit like to let me know you would like to see more projects like this!

to begin, first cut off the label. with thebackside of our tie facing us, we start with the narrow tail end of the tie and measure10 inches. i’m marking it off here with a tapestry needle. we just start rolling itup tightly to create the middle of our rose, dabbing a bit of hot glue as we go along.once we reach our marker of ten inches, it is time to start making our rose petals. simplytwist your tie counter-clockwise and secure with hot glue as you go along. you’ll seethat by twisting our tie, the rose petals are formed creating little points along theway. continue rolling up and securing with glue. nearing the end, i like to make useof the decorative tipping area of our tie, which is usually a different pattern or color,to create our roses’ leaf. simply place

along the backside of our rose, glue it downso it is peeking out, and you are done. [who knew we would come so far] thank you so much for watching studio knit!please subscribe and check out my complete father’s day diy gift idea playlist, includinghow to knit a necktie and coming soon, how to bake bacon roses! happy father’s day,everyone! bye! [you are everything i need]


Knitting Ideas For Halloween


hi i'm kristy glass and i love dressing upas a witch for halloween. it's so easy! you just throw on all your black clothes, a blackwitch's hat and paint your face green. a little aqua color. but i always get frustrated whenit comes to my hands because i want my hands to look like witch hands but make up on yourhands is not at all practical! i've finally found the answer for my witchy frustrationon lionbrand.com. (cackling) these witchy fingers not only solve all over everythingproblem but they also keep your hands warm when you're out trick or treating or handingout candy at the door. now, my witch prefers purple nail polish but that's no problem becausevanna's choice has every color you could imagine. the yarn is machine washable so you can justthrow it in the wash and use them year after

year after year. it's magic! happy halloween!


Knitting Ideas For Gifts


a handmade headband is a great way to keepyour ears warm without messing up your hair! in this video, i'll give you some great tipsfor knitting your own cozy headband. hi, i'm stefanie japel, a designer and instructoron craftsy dot com. the first thing i'll show you is how to cast on and join to work inthe round. in order to cast on for this headband, you'llneed to use a circular needle. cast on the number of stitches and join towork in the round. you want to make sure that all of the stitchesare facing the same way, so that you don't get a twist in the project.now, knit in k2p2 ribbing, all the way around. this ribbing keeps the edges of the headbandstretchy.

next, you need to change to a larger needleand knit for a few inches. to change to a larger needle, you just pickup the needle you want to use, and start knitting. eventually, all of the stitches will be onthe new needle. now, change back to the smaller needle, andknit in the same rib pattern again. finally, bind off in stitch pattern. thismeans that you knit the knit stitches and purl the purl stitches, all while bindingoff like normal. once you've finished binding off, you're readyto keep your ears warm and your hair cute. thanks for watching, and don't forget youcan click the "i" in the top-right corner of this video to learn more knitting techniquesor to find the supplies i've been using in

this video.


Knitting Ideas For Fall


the berroco fall 2015 collection is fullof beautiful yard from bulky to delicate there's something for everyoneand webs - america's yarn store has it. berroco also has amazing pattern support for all their new yarns and a beautiful new pattern book that celebrates ultraalpaca's 10th anniversary. if you need a colorful yarn for a quick project,berroco gusto is a perfect choice. gusto is a super bulky, wool/ acrylic/viscose blend that knits up at two stitches per inch on a us 15. each100g ball has 70 yds. berroco gusto is a thick and thin, multicolored, super bulky yarn. this yarnknits up so quickly and is absolutely

perfect for accessories. the finished fabric is textured, colorful, and is at its best in garter, stockinette stitch, andsimple open work. gusto comes in colors ranging from bold jewel tones to moremuted neutrals. north star is a bulky weight 92% superfine alpaca/ 8% nylonblend that knits up at 3.75 stitches per inch on a us 10.5. each 50gball has a 109 yds. north star is the ultimate in cozy. it's soft,it's lightweight, and the palette of beautiful neutrals is stunning. this yarn was made for simple linesand classic designs. its chainette construction adds texture without weightand the nylon gives the yarn some extra

strength. stockinette stitch, garterstitch, and simple stitch patterns allow the yarn to shine. berroco artisan is aworsted weight 80% merino wool/ 20% silk blend that knits up at 5 sts perinch on a us 7 needle. each 50g hank has 123 yards. berroco artisan is a beautiful silk wool blend that is dip dyed producing newyarn that has subtle shifts in tone. like its name implies, artisan is a verydistinct yarn with a luxurious look and feel. with its well-defined twist andtonal shifts in color, artisan is perfect for both cables and open work. berroco briza is a worsted weight 51% mohair/ 43% nylon/ 6% wool blend thatknits up at 5 sts per inch on a us size 7

needle each 40g ball has 219 yards.berroco briza is a mohair blend that is practically weightless. its delicate chainette construction allows the mohair to shine, creating a beautiful halo in the finishedfabric. even though the finished fabric is light, it still provides warmth. briza creates an interesting finished fabric in all stitch patterns. berroco colora is a dkweight 70% wool 30% acrylic blend that knits up at 5.25 stitches per inch on a us size 6 needle. each 50g ball has 153 yards. berroco colora is a subtly multi colored yarn. the palette is muted and it's perfectly suited for casual accessories and sportysweaters. the dk weight is versatile for

three-season garments and the finishedfabric is soft and easy to care for, it's machine washable. colora is versatileand the finished fabric looks great in any stitch pattern. to find all of berroco'snew yarns and patterns for fall 2015 visit our website @ yarn.com.


Knitting Ideas For Dogs


hi, i’m valã©rie and my urban craft is knitting. my grandmother taught me how to knit when i was 7. she taught me the basic and the techniques. after that, my aunt opened the door to the more creative side of knitting. a more original side. en bought me books for knitting for kids. i’ve never stopped knitting since then. i use a very easy knit-stitch, but that’s how i like it. because i want to focus on something else. knitting is, according to me, the way to create something, to make, what i see in my imagination, real. then is the technique less important, but is it more about

how i will make it, the color, the shape, so easier stitches are good enough for me. i always used knitting-needles, until last year. they made the different between knitting as a craft or knitting as a profession, because knitting with needles takes more time. and last year, i got the change to buy a machine secondhand. it’s a machine that knits double jersey. they don’t sell those anymore, so i was luck to find one, in such good condition. i had the idea to make customized products, on demand and i collect everything what i make. it’s like a world, a colorful world,

a fun world, where vegetables are in contact with animals or something more serious, like letters, but where all sort of things live together. i didn’t like to say to other “it’s made by valã©rie” i had a hard time to see myself as a brand. i like being the designer behind “little emma k”. most of my products are for sale in stores. i also sell online and postorder. but i also take personal demands, like when people ask for a personalized object. when i see people opening my packages,

and the first reaction is a smile, i’m so happy. because emotions are so important for me. a smile is just so amazing for me.


Knitting Ideas For Dad


happy wheels,definitely one of my favorite games maybe of all time. what a fantastic display of digital blood, torn limbs, and mangled bodies. just [beep] brilliant. so much so that i decidedto make it into a halloween costume. this costume was actually prettyeasy to put together and only requires a couple of quick props. here's what you need:a green shirt—

i picked this one up at the thrift storeon the cheap— a pair of khaki shorts which i'll makeout of these khaki pants i also found there, a bicycle helmet—this amazing hannah montana onei picked up for only four bucks which i will totally make twerk—i mean work. you'll also need a pair of black shoes,some white socks, and a black belt, all of which i already had. get yourself a fake arm which you can pick upat any halloween store. this was probably the most expensive pieceand ran me eight bucks. also gather up some fake blood,

some red paint, some red yarn,and a pair of scissors, oh, and a bike tire if you can score one easily. this will definitely add context to the costume. first thing's first. begin distressing your outfit. you want to create that i just got intoa gnarly bike accident look but a bit more exaggerated. that could mean meticulously cuttingsmall holes in the things or frantically going bat shit crazy with your scissors,whichever you prefer. there's really no wrong way here.

i'm slipping the blade of the scissorsinto the seams of the collar and sleeves and doinga little cutting and tearing action. dragging your blade across exposed edges also helps create that classic bike wreck feel. now it's time to bloody these duds up. this is where you get some creative license, so feel free to run with the special effectsmakeup artist within. taking your food blood,create some blood-soaked patterns and designs all over your outfit.

because this fake blood went ona little darker than i would have liked, i have applied some red paint on topto brighten it up a bit. on the sleeve where i'm eventuallygoing to attach my fake arm, i'm making more bloodier than the rest. next up, this awesome helmet.after carefully removing the cover, turns out this helmet was black,nothing some white spray paint won't cure. be sure to take out to a well-ventilated areaand cover it evenly. while everything is drying,take out your fake arm. this thing is awesome but not nearlyas bloody as it needs to be.

so apply some extra bloodand red paint to your liking. once it's all dried, at the very topnear that protruding bone, you're going to wantto snip two holes on either side large enough to insert a piece of yarn through. now take out your red yarnand cut off about two feet of it. double it over and string throughthe holes in your fake arm and make a knot. create a similar pair of holes on your shirt towards the bottom of the sleeveand tie the arm onto the shirt, giving it a good six inchesof visibly hanging yarn.

all that's left is to bloody upyour white helmet a bit along with the rest of you.then just put the whole outfit together. tuck your arm into the shirt,and your costume is complete. limbless, bloody, and awesome. yeah, you'll totally have one armfor the entire evening, but [beep] it's halloween. what are you going as this year? let us know by leaving a comment below. you might even find some more cool ideas down there.who knows?

also be sure to subscribe to threadbangerfor more halloween inspiration and check out more diy costumesby clicking that video right there. have an awesome halloween everybody.


Knitting Ideas For Craft Fairs


hi i'm shira and i'm here to talk about vanna'stapestry. this yarn is another wonderful addition to the vanna white signature lines of yarn.just like vanna's choice, it's 100% premium acrylic which means it's so soft, comfortable,and machine washable. it's also a worsted weight yarn which means you'll want to choosethis yarn for so many different types of projects. vanna's tapestry has a great selection ofcolors and they coordinate with vanna's choice really well. see how we took vanna's choiceblack and aqua and took vanna's tapestry caribbean and made this beautiful log cabin afghan.what's different about vanna's tapestry is that it evokes modern color work. the bestpart is it's a self-striping yarn and it's meant to simulate fair isle. so it makes youlook like you've done a lot more than you

really have. but don't worry. i won't tellanyone. it'll be our little secret! this poncho which is knit and called the poncho pulloveris one of my favorite patterns made out of this yarn. who doesn't love a poncho? they'reso flattering and great for three seasons out of the year. you can see eight differentcolors in this garter and rib scarf. the beauty of this yarn is that it's only two balls ofthe color iceland. i'm planning on using vanna's tapestry for an afghan in my home. i'm lookingforward to cozying up under it with my two cats by my side and a nice cup of tea. thanksfor taking the time to learn about vanna's tapestry. be sure to subscribe to our youtubechannel, lionbrandyarn, and you'll be notified every time we add a pattern, tutorial, orintroduction to one of our newest yarns. and

for thousands of free patterns, visit lionbrand.com.see you soon!


Knitting Ideas For Christmas


holiday diy gifts and decor fun! hi, guys, and welcome to studio knit! this holiday season, my channel studio knit will be featuring our quick knit favorites, as well as some fun crafty ideas that everyone can make! i am especially excited to introduce my new collection of fanciful knitted elf on the shelf fashions complete with how to videotutorials and free knitting patterns. learn how to make entire outfits, including accessories and even a show-stopping couture gown will make your little elf feel extra special thisyear. together, let's make beautiful, inexpensivechristmas ornaments, holiday feast table settings,

and gifts for those we love! i will also becollaborating this holiday season with some of my favorite diy channels that you'll love,too! so, please subscribe to studio knit todayand receive great holiday gift and decor ideas as we head into the holidays! once you'vesubscribed, make sure to hit that little settings gear and select "send me updates" in the subscriber tab! and thank you so much for watching studio knit. happy holidays and happy knitting! bye!


Knitting Ideas For Charity


hey! happy project for awesome today, i want to talk about knitting. knitting for tiny premature babies. in norway, we've got the amanda project, named after a little girl who lived most of her short life at a hospital in oslo the story is that her grandmother asked the doctors if there was anything she could do for her granddaughter. and the doctor said she needed clothes. hats, mittens, socks and blankets. all premature babies need warm clothes. and that's how the amanda project began. how it works is that you knit the smallest size you can find.

then you send it to the project and they distribute it to hospitals all over the country. but, ofcourse, norway isn't the only country woth a project like this. in the uk you've got bliss. wich is about the same thing it's about...oi... bliss works with the families of premature babies and sick newborns. they help both the babies and the families get whatever they need. like warm clothes. i think project linus opperates in both the uk and usa, i found an american website. stuff like this is great for people like me, who've got it in my hands, but not in my wallet. it's great doing something for someone by using my hands instead of just moving numbers around.

right now, i'm knitting a blanket. because that's the easiest whilst talking into a camera. a blanket for a premature baby, doesn't have to be biger than a sheet of a3 paper. like this. and this is a pattern for you: the gauge is 13sts for 10cm (or 4inc) for me, that's two strands of sandnesgarn's "smart" on needles 6mm (#10) cast on 40 sts, knit rows untill it measures 42cm (17inc). and cast off, but i thought that was obvious. most of these projects wants 100% wool or alpacca.

with any fibre, you'll wnat to wash your product before sending it away. that way you'll get rid of chemicals and stuff. and don't smoke and knit. that should be my new motto. "don't smoke and knit" sounds good. links to everything i've talked about is in the...thing. thanks for listening. don't forget to be awesome and... don't smoke and knit.


Knitting Ideas For Beginners


the double stockinette knit stitch pattern! hi, guys, i'm kristen and welcome to studio knit! i'm super excited to share this double stockinette stitch pattern with you. now, it has this beautiful, smooth finishand it is nice and stretchy. and guess what? on both sides it is identical, it looks like the stockinette stitch on both sides. and doing this allows our work to lie flat,which the regular stockinette stitch always does curl up. it's also a little bit thicker so it's niceand squishy.

i think this is perfect for scarves! so let's get started! we begin with our beloved slip knot and we are casting on in multiples of two. we are going to begin with knitting one. okay, now we are going to slip the next stitch. we bring our yarn in front and then as ifto purl, we just slip that stitch right off of our needle. we don't do any knitting or any purling, wejust slip it. now we're going to bring the yarn back and we're just repeating.

so we already have figured out this pattern. we are knitting one, okay, now what do we do? we bring the yarn to the front and we're simply slipping that stitch right off of our needle. really doesn't get much easier than this and it is such a cool stitch pattern. we continue to the end of our row. and here we are with the last two stitches. again, we are knitting one, bring that yarnto the front and slip it. that's it! so, let's go ahead and see what it looks like as we begin row two,

we can see the slip and the knit, it looks a little bit differentthere. and we start again. we knit one, we're going to bring that yarnto the front and we are going to slip one. and we just continue those, every single row, it's exactly the same. and just continue knitting until your pieceis the length you desire. i hope you are inspired to knit up this double stockinette knit stitch pattern. please make sure to subscribe to my channel studio knit. you can click my little icon right there onthe screen. i also have some great knit stitch patternsto follow and check me out on pinterest, i

have the link down in the description below. okay, you guys, bye!


Knitting Ideas For Baby Boy


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Knitting Ideas For Babies


i want to make myself a granny square afghanafter this. it's going to take a lot of time but i want to do it! hey everyone! it's shiraand i am so excited to tell you what i'm working on right now. i'm a lefty but, also, i knitrighty. but most recently, i was taught how to crochet righty! and i am very excited aboutthis blanket that i have been working on very, very hard for someone that's very, very, very,very dear to my heart. i wanted to make a granny square blanket. it's always been adream of mine. and i set out on my venture and i decided to use our brand new yarn 24/7cotton. not a dish cloth cotton yarn. like you can use this for garments, for afghans,for all the things. it's not going to stretch. it's really beautiful and it comes in 24 gorgeouscolors. and working with it has been so pleasant!

i really have really enjoyed it. it doesn'tsplit, it doesn't pill, nothing! it's really durable which is also really nice for a garmentor for a blanket. i had some help with picking the colors. in memory of this baby's grandmother,who was a very bright person, i picked some bright colors! and i'm crocheting it all righty.so i'm very excited about it, i'm proud about it. there's no pattern for this but it's abasic granny square. so if you want help on a pattern or kind of to get inspired, youcan click here and hopefully that will inspire you just like it inspired me. don't forgetto follow me on instagram @shiraroars and you will definitely see pictures of my finishedproduct when it goes up and hopefully a picture of me with the little baby that this is goingto. and remember, always send me pictures

of what you're working on. i want to see whatyou're doing and what you're creating with lion brand yarn. bye everybody!


Knitting Ideas For Adults


the perfect knitted bow. hi, guys, and welcome to studio knit. today we are going to learn how to knit myfavorite knitted bow. it's a great little embellishment i have tried knitting other bows, but thegarter stitch and stockinette stitches just seemed to wilt. knitting this bow in the seedstitch gives it character and material strength. while finishing my pom pom beanie, i thoughtadding a red bow might be a cute accessory. and it totally is adorable! i first learned how to knit this bow fromthe great pattern by buttons and pickles.

links to the pattern and all additional information,including how-to video knitting tutorials, are linked in the description below. oh, and if you think this easy seed stitchbow looks like a lot of fun to wear, please hit like to let me know you would like tosee more videos like this. so, let us get started. the materials we will use are any yarn ofyour choice. 2 straight knitting needles in the appropriate size for your yarn, scissorsand a tapestry needle. to make this large sized bow, we will firstcast on 15 stitches using the long-tail cast on method. i am using worsted weighted yarnand number seven

knitting needles. since we have cast-on an odd number of stitches,our seed stitch will be super easy. all we do is knit one and purl one. that's k1 p1on every single row for thirty rows. so easy! here we are half way through, having knitfifteen rows. the seed stitch is so pretty and by pinching it in the middle, we can seehow our bow is shaping up! once you have knitted all your rows, it istime to bind off. then, cut your yarn with your scissors andthread your tapestry needle. folding your bow into fourths like so, just tack the middleof your bow, then wrap yarn around it to complete it. you are done! so cute and easy!

looks adorable. you have just learned howto knit a bow in seed stitch. i hope you are inspired to give this quick knit project atry. and thank you so much for watching studioknit. when you subscribe, you will receive a new knitting lesson every monday. checkout my popular video on how to knit a heart and a pom pom hat like beyonce. also, checkout my latest knitting vlog to get to know me, kristen, behind the scenes! bye!


Knitting Ideas Animals


[music] hi. this is june from planetjune and todayi'm going to show you how to start and end your threads when you'reembroidering, or attaching embellishments to an amigurumi. i'm going to demonstrate by making a simplenose like this for a sweet bunny rabbit. so here's my noseless bunny. i'm using a yarn needle here, just to makeit easier for you to see, but you should use the right size of needlefor the thread that you're using. so to begin this nose i'm going to start byinserting the needle

into a gap between stitches some distanceaway from where i actually want the nose to be. and bring the needle up at the starting pointfor the embroidery. now pull it through and leave a long tail;a few inches long. now to begin the embroidery... now i'm just going to complete the embroidery,and i'll be back with you in a minute. so now we've got one more stitch left to go,i'll insert the needle, and i'll bring it out at the same hole betweenstitches where i inserted the starting thread.

so here we have both thread ends coming outfrom the side of the rabbit. if this is just going to be an ornament, youcan leave it like this; just pull them slightly taut and snip offthe ends very close to the body. the ends will retract back inside the bodyafter snipping them, so they won't show. but, if you're stitching on a bead or a button, or it's going to be a toy that'll be playedwith, it's better to have more security, so we'llknot these ends together with a basic square knot. pull the ends taut so that it's flush to thesurface,

but don't pull too tight, because you don'twant to distort the stitches you've made. and here's the completed knot at the surfaceof the rabbit. now, we're going to thread both of these endsback onto the needle, then insert the needle into the same holewhere both ends emerge, and bring it out at some completely differentpoint on the body, as far away as possible. pull that through, and, if you look at whathappens, the knot will disappear inside, so you canbarely see it. so now, where the ends emerge, pull them niceand tight,

snip them off, and the ends retract back insidethe body so you can't see them. now let's have another look at where thatknot was... you can't actually see it, but sometimes it'sstill just visible under the surface, and if it is, what you can do is insert the needlea few stitches away, and wiggle the stuffing around with the tip of the needle. by doingthat you can pull the knot further inside the stuffing so it doesn't show any more. and that's how you can securely attach embellishmentsor embroider features onto your amigurumi.


Knitting Home Ideas


hi, guys and welcome to studio knit. today, we are going to knit a soccer ball!goal!!! it is a fun toy for children, or even dogs! i just noticed that the leading knitting websiteravelry is featuring my colorful soccer ball on their home page and blog and it is gettinga lot of love. so, i thought it would be fun to share my process of knitting this plushtoy with you. the materials we will use are:10 grams of yarn, in any colors of your choice 2 size 6 us knitting needlesscissors, a tapestry needle and about 8 ounces of fluffy stuffing!

we will first create twenty individual hexagonknit shapes. mine are white. and twelve pentagons, which i made in variousvibrant colors. this project really familiarizes you withhow a soccer ball is constructed. i never realized it is composed of both hexagons andpentagons. oh, and if you are enjoying learning how toknit a soccer ball, please hit like. let me know you would enjoy seeing more fun ideaslike this! i learned how to make this knit soccer ballfrom the great free pattern at yanaknits. i have the link to the complete pattern inthe description below, including how to make the hexagon and pentagon shapes.

i have created this graphic to help you seehow to knit your shapes together. i�ll include a link to download this graphic in the descriptionbelow, too. once all your knit shapes are ready, startknitting them together, following the chart. this ball is, of course, in 3-d, so the shapeswill connect together in a really cool way. notice how you always have your pentagon encircledwith five hexagons? keeping that in mind will help you as you get closer to wrapping thepiece around to connect all of the sides together. oh, if you would like to add a shaker, getcreative! i took a plastic easter egg, filled it with dried brown rice, and taped it securelyshut. once we have knitted up all but the opening,it is time for the stuffing! i�m placing

my shaker into the middle of my soccer ball. awesome, you have learned how to knit a soccerball! i really hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. and let�s be friends on ravelry.i�ll include the link to my username below. and thank you so much for watching studioknit! when you subscribe, you will receive a new knitting lesson every monday. and check out my other videos like the worldcup�s #proudtoplay and how to knit a sports headband. sporty fun for everyone! goal! bye.


Knitting Gift Idea


hey everyone its dominique from bloggingin my undies and here's another quick gift idea it takes maybe all of five minutesto do i'm rather lazy person when it comes to sewing so i didn't trim theedges of the fabric i didn't pin it what i did was i by half a metre of thiskind of jersey knit lightweight fabric and i'm going to make infinity scarf sowhat i did was i folded the fabric lengthwise with right sides togethermeaning this star print it was not showing so it would have been like thisbut then outside so then what you would have seen ya so what you would have seenis something like this if the right sides together so then i saw along thelength of the fabric and then i got the

ends together i saw those close togetherand i just left enough of an opening so i could turn the fabric right side outso that way it looks like this and my son's not wearing it this way you knowi'm just going to so this closed as neatly as i can and like i said im quitelazy when it comes to solving its i don't trim fabric we measure unlessnecessary i rarely so to begin with and i also dont in fabric like i shouldbut anyway i think i did an ok job it's not perfectly lined up but because it'san infinity scarf it will wrap around the a man's neck couple times and ithought this would be a great way to bust my stash fabric stash so i can makesome of these r the kids that were going

to be visiting for a christmas androbert is coming up because i have a lot of this really stretch fabric is verydurable it's quite fun and there's so many different prints you can get yourlocal fabric store and let's pretend this is closed up this is what it wasjust here twisted once put it around a tallershorter yeah it's that's pretty much it so that's your very very basic andsuper-fast infinity scarf tutorial thanks so much for watching today! bye


Knitting Doll Ideas In London


- honestly, honey,it was only just 'cause i wanted to get to know you--that's all. i totally get it now. - okay, good. - i never wanted you to think that i was ever talkingbehind your back without actually saying itto your face. like, i just wantedto get to know you. - oh, so you've saidthese things behind my back? - no. i was saying i just don'tknow with the delivery.

- this whole thing--behind the back. - i tried to verbalize it. - the back. no, no. no behind the back. - i don't mind peopletalking behind my back, actually, anymore. - can we just clarifythis whole-- - i actually don't mind. - i have something to say. - please, please talk about me. - no, no, no, no. - i really mind peopletalking about me behind my back.

if you've got anything to say to me, say it to my sodding face. - exactly. - fine.- if you don't have enough guts to say it to my face, please talk about it behind my back. - shut up. honestly, people. no. i disagree.and this is why i disagree. i think that there isthis whole thing

about sitting there saying,"we made a pact." i don't agree with that. it's not talking about somebody behind their back. it's talking about how you feel about-- - behind their back. - no! about what's happening. - yeah! - yeah, we talked about this yesterday, and i said, "sophie's put up a very clear boundary, and as friends, we have to have boundaries, right?

- i get that. - and that is her boundary. - i get that. i'm just asking. - and we have to respect that. - that is my boundary.- i am respecting that. i'm respecting that.i'm respecting that. - and so i'm going, god, this looks awfully familiar. i felt julie trying to create a divide last year between me and some of the women. marissa must be coming, right? - i don't know.so, is it gonna be weird?

- no. why does it haveto be weird? - i saw you the other day, and you told me that caroline was saying terrible things to you. she was, like, saying, "i'm gonna wipe you and gregor "to the floor. i'm gonna ruin your family." you told me this! - wha--what? and now i'm watching julie do the same thing to sophie.

- i have to say we can't go there. every single other aspectof your life i support you in. doesn't meani don't love you any less, because i do. - didn't caroline go to sophie and say that i'm manipulative and dangerous? so, it's okay for those two to have each other's ears and talk about me,

but i can't go to sophie anymore and say how i feelabout caroline, 'cause they're "sister-in-laws." - like, caroline's now told me how she really feels. - so that's a boundary? - no. that's the boundary i won't cross. that's it. that's it.


Knitting DIY Ideas For Young Mother


how to make delicious bacon roses! hi, guys, i’m kristen and welcome to studioknit! for a fun little bonus video, i thought iwould show you how i perfected the really clever bacon roses seen on pinterest witha couple extra special touches i devised. with father’s day upon us, i guarantee youthis is a sure-fired hit with the men in your life. the ingredients is bacon and brown sugar.i am using 40% less fat bacon. i wanted to make sure the bacon was fatty enough for theswirl of color, but keep it as healthy as possible. then we also use wood skewers andtoothpicks.

set your oven to 375 degrees fahrenheit. begin by threading your bacon though yourskewer on one end, then roll up tightly about one-third of the way of your bacon strip. now, here’s my special twist to really helpour bacon roses look like roses. we simply twist our bacon strip counter-clockwise. you’llsee that by twisting our bacon, the rose petals are formed creating little points. then secure with a tooth pick or two on thebottom of your rose. continue rolling the rest of your bacon roses, then place themin a muffin tin. this is my favorite way to bake them. your rose buds remain standingupward and they enjoy baking in their own

yummy juices. oh, one more special ingredientis to sprinkle them with a pinch of brown sugar. the sugar crystalizes and melts intoyour bacon. this makes them extra delicious and sweet, just like a rose! then bake for20 minutes! oh, i made bacon roses this past valentine’sday for my boyfriend and look… now we are engaged! i’m telling you, bacon roses aremagical! so, once they have cooled, place them on yourskewers and create your bouquet. i like using mason and milk jars as my vases. i hope you enjoyed my first little cookingvideo and are inspired to whip up some bacon roses yourself.

thank you so much for watching studio knit!please subscribe and check out my complete father’s day diy gift idea playlist. hereare two necktie ideas. how to knit a necktie and how to make a decorative rose from a necktie!bye!



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