How to make an i-cord flower (knitted cord with tricotin or dpns)

How to make an i-cord flower (knitted cord with tricotin or dpns)

Simple lace edging (yarnover increases & bind off increased stitches only, no decreases) for collar, cuffs etc ~ Laetiquetadelana Tutoriales

Simple lace edging (yarnover increases & bind off increased stitches only, no decreases) for collar, cuffs etc ~ Laetiquetadelana Tutoriales

knit acorn tree ornament by Elizabeth Murphy on Ravelry

Acorn Ornament pattern by Elizabeth Murphy

knitted acorn, free pattern on Ravelry and some good edits can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/vermilion/wee-twee-tiny-acorn-tutorial

knitted acorn, free pattern on Ravelry and some good edits can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/vermilion/wee-twee-tiny-acorn-tutorial

Knit Leaves (from Ravelry): The pattern: CO 3 stitches & purl one row. Leaf bottom: Working stockinette st, on all knit rows: knit to center st, yo, knit 1, yo, knit to end. Purl backside. Do this until leaf is as wide as you would like it (about 7 increase rows). Leaf tip: Continuing in st st, on next knit rows: ssk, knit to last 2 sts, k2tog. Purl backside. When 3 sts remain, slip first 2 sts knitwise - knit 1 - pass 2 slipped stitches over the knit one. Note: an alternate decrease for

Knit Leaves (from Ravelry): The pattern: CO 3 stitches & purl one row. Leaf bottom: Working stockinette st, on all knit rows: knit to center st, yo, knit 1, yo, knit to end. Purl backside. Do this until leaf is as wide as you would like it (about 7 increase rows). Leaf tip: Continuing in st st, on next knit rows: ssk, knit to last 2 sts, k2tog. Purl backside. When 3 sts remain, slip first 2 sts knitwise - knit 1 - pass 2 slipped stitches over the knit one. Note: an alternate decrease for

I have finally finished a pattern for knitted dogwood blossoms that I've been working on for the past week or so. This knitted flower is great for brooches, additions to hats and scarves or use it in place of a bow on gift boxes!

I have finally finished a pattern for knitted dogwood blossoms that I've been working on for the past week or so. This knitted flower is great for brooches, additions to hats and scarves or use it in place of a bow on gift boxes!

Corking necklace. I've been teaching my granddaughter how to do corking.

OOAK - 100% wool crochet necklace, ocher brown , flower, 70's button, elegant, casual

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