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Friday, April 18, 2014

Rajut Free Knitting Pattern : Simple Baby pants and boxing mitten

Today I less and less doing knitting 100% from free patterns. But I definitely still seek inspirations from many free patterns that being shared by so many kind knitters out there.

and here i am, knitting a baby pants and baby mitten that inspired from crocheted pieces which had similar form.


And here where i got inspirations from =

short pants = Braided Longies free knitting pattern by Raya Budrevich
I only change the pattern into more simple one by turn the cable part into stockinette and made it into shorts. After i finished the piece, i knit two simple i-cord which then i seamed to both side of the pants to add a nice texture.


This mitten already had an interesting shape. But thank God, I kind of person who like to see the samples of finished project when i browse a pattern on Ravelry, there i found one thumb modification of this pattern! And yes this modification is not written by the creator for you to read, but you can recreate it by see her progress photo.

Overall, you have to be an intermediate knitter to knit these patterns. Either for follow it as the pattern wrote it, or to doing your modification as i did. But, just dare yourself I think ;)


Happy Knitting!! 

@Ajeng_Poyeng

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Book Review : Woodland Knits


author : Stephanie Dosen
Publisher : Quadrille Publishing 2013

I first interested in this book, because at that time I browsed at online book store, I want to make something unusual. And you can see, just from the cover, you will may make deer antlers and deer ears!
And (as always) after i peeking some of the inside pages by browsing at Google image, I decided to buy this book.


I quite happy with the book. It has nice layout design.. And the feeling i got was like peeking to somebody personal project diary. Someone who like something unique and like fairy tale and woods so much. And like earth color also so much. :D
see how beautiful the pages... like open your own diary!
Maybe I will not knit some of the designs in this book, since I live in tropical country (which make me do not need any thick and warm sweater), but I will like to try some of these unique designs. I found that her explanation very easy to follow and very clear. I already tried Mr. Fox Stole My Heart knitting pattern, and want to make again!

Happy Knitting! :D

@ajeng_poyeng
my version of "Mr.Fox stole my heart"


*book review i made at this blog are not for promoting the book. I made simply because i like it and i actually have a copy of it at my hand :)

Friday, December 13, 2013

Rajut Free Knitting Pattern : Stranded Christmas Stocking

I made this Christmas stocking knitting pattern, inspired from [this] beautiful free knitting pattern.
For the motives, i took from my library collections of stranded-knitting projects.


  • Skill needed : know basic knitting, work in round a small circular project, follow stranded knitting chart, pick up and knit
  • Abreviations : DPN = Double Pointed Needle, CO = cast on, sts = stitch, stst = stockinette = knit all round, SSK = slip, slip, knit, K2Tog = knit 2 stitch together, kitchener stitch = seaming 2 part of life stitch together. (you can see how to do it [here] or by browse at google and youtube)
  • Material : any yarn that suitable for 4 mm DPN (see your yarn label) - Tips : You can use left over of your last project. I only need about 50gr of Red and 50gr of Green also a tiny bit of White SP Poyeng to made 3 socks!
  • Needle : set of 5 DPN 4 mm or use 23 cm circular needle 4 mm (one of some brand that made this size of circular is Clover)
  • Gauge : not so important since this is a home decoration
  • Finished size : mine were about 20 cm height from top edge to heels.

Pattern :
  • with color A, CO = 40 sts
  • Stst (knit all) for 12 rounds 
  • Purl 1 round
  • Stst (knit all) for 12 rounds
  • Make brim = Fold the piece inside with the purl part as anchor, change to color B, Knit together with cast on edge for 1 round.
  • Knit 1 round
  • follow chart 1
  • Knit 3 rounds
  • follow chart 2
  • Knit 3 rounds
  • follow chart 3
  • Knit 2 rounds
  • Heel edge = with color A, knit 20 sts, cut yarn.
  • back to the beginning of round and resume knitting with color B for 1 round.
  • Knit 1 more round
  • follow chart 4
  • Knit 3 rounds
  • follow chart 5
  • Knit 2 rounds

Toe part = change to color A,
  • knit 1 round.
  • [SSK, K16, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K14, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K12, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K10, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K8, K2Tog] 2x 
  • divide the remaining stitches into 2 DPN, do kitchener stitch.
Heel part = remove color A yarn at the heel edge back to the needle - 40 sts
  • work with color A, [pick up and knit 1 sts, K20, pick up and knit 1 sts] 2x - 44 sts
  • [SSK, K18, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K16, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K14 K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K12, K2Tog] 2x 
  • K 1 round
  • [SSK, K10, K2Tog] 2x 
  • divide the remaining stitches into 2 DPN, do kitchener stitch.
Hanging part = make 3 stitch i-cord or thick crochet chain.

Done!!
For personal touch, you can add custom made name to the brim part of your finished socks.


* feel free to comment, you may use this pattern for free, but please read the intellectual property at this blog. thank you :)




Happy Knitting!!

@Ajeng_Poyeng

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Rajut Free Knitting Pattern : Textured Socks - Some Ravelry Inspiration

Yep, and here again, some free textured socks knitting patterns inspiration that i keep on my ravelry-library.

Winter coming (in my place it's simply heavy rain with chilly night almost everyday! *I always have runny nose now) and its great if we can protect our feet with nice pair of socks.

I actually looking for this particular inspirations of socks, because now in my hand, I had 100gr of a multicolor lightweight socks yarn that suitable for 3.25mm knitting needle.
So here you are some free knitting patterns inspiration i got interested because of the texture's surfaces, that i pull from Ravelry under search : knitting - free - socks - 3.25mm.

#Every picture here are not mine. They belong to their respective owners.




Happy Knitting!!

 :D
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