Carissa Browning

Carissa Browning

I'll try pretty much any craft once, but knitting, sewing, crochet, and jewelry-making are my favorites.
Carissa Browning
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Rabbit face stitch Row1: (k2tog, s1, k1, and pass the slipped stitch over the 4th knitted stitch, then k4.) Repeat () as many times as necessary. Row2: purl all stitches Row3: (put needles between the first 2 stitches of the previous row (row 2), yarn over and pick up a new stitch through the hole.) k2 stitches. Repeat () again through the same hole as the first stitch. K4. Continue these 8 stitches. Row4: purl all stitches. repeat 1-4

Rabbit face stitch Row1: (k2tog, s1, k1, and pass the slipped stitch over the 4th knitted stitch, then k4.) Repeat () as many times as necessary. Row2: purl all stitches Row3: (put needles between the first 2 stitches of the previous row (row 2), yarn over and pick up a new stitch through the hole.) k2 stitches. Repeat () again through the same hole as the first stitch. K4. Continue these 8 stitches. Row4: purl all stitches. repeat 1-4

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Frosted Cowl was inspired by those frosty cold mornings that leave windows opaque with beautiful ice crystal designs. The Frosted Cowl is knit somewhat dense to ward off those cold days keeping you warm & toasty.

Tip: Experiment by stacking your trims on top of and next to each other. | Get the full tutorial for this peplum cardigan by Christine Groom inside Altered Couture.

Tip: Experiment by stacking your trims on top of and next to each other. | Get the full tutorial for this peplum cardigan by Christine Groom inside Altered Couture.