I made this awesome rug with some scrap yarn, rope/twine, and an old t-shirt! I really love how it turned out. I originally tried to follow the tutorial from Free People, here, but after many failed attempts to cut a perfect circle from cardboard that was big enough I gave up. I stumbled across this tutorial from Flax & Twine, a blog which features a lot of finger knitting projects. I kind of put the two tutorials together to create this!
I used the hula hoop and old t-shirt as the base for the rug. Instead of using finger knitted yarn, I used rope and other types of yarn and ribbon as featured by Free People.
I’m really satisfied with how consistent the hearts are coming out. And it’s getting to a better length - it’s going to be such a cute scarf!!! Hoping to sell it once it’s done - maybe make a second one too :)
I’ve been working on this thing for YEARS. Literal years. It’s my in-between-projects project, so I’ve been doing a few rows here and there since oh 2008 or so…
I’m really proud of how it turned out. The photos don’t do the yarn justice either. The colors are so spectacular and every strand has like 9 colors in it. It’s also crazy soft and amazing. Did I mention that it’s GIANT? It covers our entire Queen bed. Perhaps that’s why it took so long…
yarn: Lion Brand Homespun in ‘Fiesta’, size 8 needles, knitted in rib
Winter has come and everyone wants to make some warm clothes, accessories or blankets. You can do arm knitting and make some great winter things. Why to buy some woollen blankets, scarves, shawls etc? You can do it yourself as it is quite simple. Here you will learn some exciting tips and tricks how to knit with arms.
The corset is knit side-to-side of two strands of Louet MerLin Sport, a linen/merino blend that produces a strong fabric with a soft hand and fluid drape. It is knit at a tight tension for a fairly firm fabric, and then further enforced with twill-covered boning sewn inside for support. … Wear it on its own as an undergarment, or over a filmy cotton camisole or silky satin slip dress or tailored skirt and blouse as outerwear.
My newest finished lopapeysa! The pattern is called Loki, it’s knit from Léttlopi yarn and it took me about three weeks to finish – I was in a bit of a rush, because the friend that I was making it for is leaving Iceland soon. But the pattern was so fun to make, it was done in no time! Totally in love with it, and planning on making something like this for myself someday. :)
This Christmas you can just flaunt your DIY arm knitted scarves. Choose the favourite colour yarn balls. You can choose complimentary
colour or even same! Take three strands of wool together and cast on 8
stitches on your right or left arm. Then knit it till you get the