Flowers: Chain 2. Round 1: Sc 6 times in 2nd chain from hook. Round 2: Sc 3 times in ach stitch. Repeat Round 2 until flower is desired size. (Please leave about an 8″ piece of yarn when finishing off, so that we can use it to attach the flower. Strips: We need yarn strips approximately 6 […]
Category Archives: Pattern of the Month
Each month, beginning in February 2013, we will publish a special pattern written for Fiber Frenzy to share with all our fiber friends.
Knitted Knockers are soft, comfortable, handcrafted breast forms, made with love by volunteers, for women who have had mastectomies. Placed into most regular bras, they can provide a suitable alternative to traditional prostheses. They are beautiful, lightweight, and available free to anyone who requests them. “When fighting cancer, sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.” KK-Large-Pattern-For-Web-no-yarn-2-6-16 (1) Knitted-Knocker-Crochet-Pattern-Improved […]
Pattern for Crochet Half Circles: (Worsted weight yarn, size H hook) Round 1 – Make a magic ring , ch 3, 5 dc in ring ( 6 dc) ,tightly pull the ring closed, ch 3 and turn Round 2 – dc in same ch 3 st, 2 dc in each st across (12 dc), ch 3 and turn Round 3 […]
Brisbane Bandana This kerchief style scarf is knit side to side, using simple increases on one edge to create a triangle shape, with eyelet accents. One hank of Queensland Brisbane creates a nice effect, with gradient color changes highlighting the wedge shape.
ThrummedMittens 30 grams (approximately 75 yards) worsted weight wool yarn ½ ounce wool roving or top Size 6 DPS’s (or circ’s for magic loop or 2 circs) or size needed for gauge
Lana Gatto Tonale hat in 2 sizes. 1 ball (50 gr) for youth, 2 balls for adult. Gauge 3.5 stitches per inch on size 8 needles. Finished hat 16″ diameter for youth, 20″ for adult size hat. 16″ circular or set of 5 DPNs. Cast on 48 (72) stitches and join to work in the round. YOUTH SIZE […]
Elf Hat 1 ball Queensland Rustic Tweed Gauge 5 stitches per inch in stockinette. 5 Size 8 DPN’s Cast on 6 stitches. Slide to the right end of the needle, pull the yarn across the back and knit those 6 stitches. Slide back to the right end of the needle, pull the yarn across the back and knit them again. […]
The March pattern of the month is another sock, designed by Joan especially for that great hand painted sock yarn languishing in your stash!
Easy Fingerless Mitts. (Judy Cowen) Size 7 DPNs Poems Silk Worsted weight yarn 109 yds Cast on 30 st. Place marker and join in round. Work in K1 P1 rib for 1 1/2 inches. Rnd 1: Sl m, cast on 8 sts, knit to end of round. (38 sts) Rnd 2: Knit. Rnd 3: Sl m, ssk, […]