At my church this week we are making hats for the babies at the hospital. I put together this really simple pattern. It knits up really quick and I know it will look so sweet on a brand new baby.
I love Stripes! The more colors the better. You can really make a project your own with fun stripes. When you are doing stripes in a round you will get a little jog or jump in the color and color change isn’t really smooth. Using the jogless stripe technique will get rid of that and your project will look perfect.
- Change colors by knitting the first stitch of the new color as normal and knit the rest of the stitches to the end of the round
- Before you start the next round grab the first stitch of the old color (or in other words the stitch below) purl wise and slip it onto the left hand needle
- Continue to knit every stitch as usual
Videos always help me!
I live in a warm place but that doesn’t mean I don’t get cold. I love having something warm to take with me with I go inside. It’s always to cold in restaurants or stores! This wrap was easy and so cute! I did this one with sugar’n cream yarn but I making one with Bernat handicrafter cotton and loving it! It’s so soft and beautiful. It doubles as a blanket when your little ones just need something soft to hold.
A button hole doesn’t have to be scary. I find that this button hole was really fun to make. The first thing you have to know is how big you want to make it. Take your button and place in on your work and find out of many stitches it is wide. If the button you’re using is 4 stitches wide, make a 3-stitch buttonhole. Also remember the hole is done all in one row.
I wrote out the instructions if that is the best for you, but this video was really helpful! Good luck.
(all done in one row)
Bring yarn to the front, Slip the first stitch on the left needle purl wise, bring yarn to the back
Simple bind off: Slip the next stitch from the left needle to the right needle. Pass the first slipped stitch over the second slipped stitch and off the needle. Repeat until 3 times.
Replace the last sticht onto the left needle and turn the work.
Bring the yarn to the back. Cast on 4 stitches with a cable cast one.
Insert right needle between the stitches on the left needle. Pull the yarn through and place it on the left needle. Repeat 4 times.
Turn work and move yarn to the back
Slip the stitches on the left needle to the right and pass over the cast on over the slip stitch.