Fard for Red Heart Get the free knitting pattern Get the recommend yarn for this pattern. This teapot cozy by Martin Storey features a lace heart motif and tassels, and is knit flat and seamed.
Thanks for your submission. Our editors will review your materials and follow up with you via email as soon as possible. In the meantime, keep making stuff! Subscribe to Make Magazine Today! By Alice Merlino This romantic little scarf is the perfect accessory to tuck around your neck and keep the chill off while you wait for spring to arrive. Directions on downloading PDFs. Make the first half of your scarf. Turn, ch 6, 2 dc in first dc of Row 1, dc in next st 3 times, 2 dc in last dc of Row 1, ch 4, dc into last ch sp of Row 1 Row 3: Turn, ch 5, 2 dc in first dc of Row 2, dc in next st 5 times, 2 dc in last dc of Row 2, ch 2, dc into last ch sp of Row 2 Row 4: Turn, ch 6, sc into 1st dc of Row 3, skip 1 dc and make 6 dc into next dc, skip 1 dc and sl st into next dc, skip 1 dc and make 6 dc into next dc, skip 1 dc and sc into last dc of Row 3, ch 2, tr into last ch sp of Row 3 Row 5: Turn, ch 7, sc in 4th dc of Row 4, ch 7, sc in 3rd dc from sl st of Row 4, ch 5, dc in last ch sp of Row 4 Row 6: Repeat Rows until you have 12 motifs.
End on Row 5. Connect the scarf halves. Add edging to scarf. Send this to a friend Your email Recipient email Send Cancel. Welcome to the Make: You might also like these newsletters: Education How making is transforming learning.
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Use heart cookie cutters to help shape the box. Snugglebugknits designed this heart motif that can be used in blankets, sweaters, and other knitting projects.
Of course you can also use the pattern as a motif for blankets, wash cloths, etc. Pictured project by BlackHorizonsBlue. Pictured project by fluffernutters. Crochet version also available. Knitted by Elaine Fitzpatrick, there is also a washcloth version. The link below goes to the blog post. The link to download the pattern is in the list of links on the right side of the post.
This teapot cozy by Martin Storey features a lace heart motif and tassels, and is knit flat and seamed. Registration at website required for download. The original pattern has three different cable patterns. Pictured project by inkuz. Thrumming in the project above with red looks like little hearts. Stuff with beans or flax seed and add optional drops of essential oils for a natural heating pad. Designed by Karen S. Lauger, this scarf is double-knit with rows of contrasting hearts.
Pictured project by MorganaQ. Get the free knitting pattern at Ravelry. Get the free knitting pattern at Yarnspirations. Colorful motifs of hearts, flowers, and animals decorate this cozy blanket designed by Pinneguri. Pattern includes instructions for all 3 toys. Finished size varies depending on the yarn you use. Designed by Wicked Chicken Yarns. This Victorian-style lace and beaded baby bonnet is worked in one piece from the top of the crown downward to the ruffled edging.
Designed by Judith Durant. Designer says that this is suitable for a beginner with detailed instructions. Size 41 x 29 in.
It is a quick knit and can be completed by most skill levels. Reversible blanket with heart motifs is one of 9 blanket designs in the Dreamy Baby Wraps ebook. This adorable baby blanket pattern is easy to knit with simple, basic stitches in worsted weight yarn.
The finished size is 30 by 35 inches. Included for free with your purchase, is the full size Seaside Blanket pattern add on.
A heart lace motif and x kiss cables decorate this christening gown, bonnet, and booties set. Features over 30 knitted designs, with something for everyone! Start by mastering the basic heart pattern in three different sizes.
Then learn to embellish and adapt it to create a range of gifts, toys and home accessories, including cushions, hanging decorations, potholders, hairbands and brooches.
The projects are split into 5 chapters with distinct styles or themes, varying from classic chic to fun and colourful. The interlocking lace hearts that form the basis of the scarf are knit from the top down and are completed at the end. Each bowl is approximately 10cm wide, 10cm from top to bottom, and 3cm deep. Great stash buster for wool yarn! Learn about the latest pattern collection pages on my site with this free email newsletter.
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String of Hearts Bookmark Lace hearts with pretty ribbon woven through eyelets can be used as decoration as well as bookmark. Pocket Hearts These knitted hearts are big enough to hold a small gift, a Valentine message, a chocolate … or even a tiny knitted heart. Heart Cuff Bracelet with heart lace pattern.
Cables and Checks Heart Pillow Heart-shaped cushion with a cable framed by basketweave and easy colorwork panels.
NOTE: Downloadable pattern automatically added to Cart when buying pattern materials.5/5(2). For Valentine's Day, show someone special that you care and use this Hearts Scarf Pattern to make them a cozy scarf. Complete with a gray border and a delicate heart design, this free knitting pattern will be a hit on the big day. Pattern. You’ll make two scarf halves that you can connect in the middle so that your hearts are always right-side up when you wear your scarf. The finishing touch is a single crochet row around the outer edge. Many stitches are made into the chain space of the previous row.