Showing posts with label Aacrylic yarn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Aacrylic yarn. Show all posts

Saturday, 7 April 2018

Vintage 80s Knitting Patterns - Part 3

You know the drill...

It's time to kick-back, relax and indulge in more 80s vintage knitting patterns - 22 vintage jumper, vest top and cardigan patterns coming up now. 

Proceed at your own peril.

Vintage 1980s Knitting Pattern - Jarol Ladies' Square Neck Top 

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Knitting for Dollcena Dolls

... can be tedious. It's not so much the knitting, rather the finishing, which can be extremely time-consuming. 

But this Dollcena urgently needed a comfy outfit. 

Takara Tomy Doruchena / Dollcena Doll (Lilo) - handknit dressing gown

Takara Tomy, Doruchena / Dollcena Doll (Lilo) - handknitted gown

I am currently working on pattern notes for a hand-knit tiny pencil dress for this Dollcena. Progress pictures are below, more is available here.

Handknit Pencil Dress (sock yarn) for Takara Tomy Dollcena - I-cord halter detail

Sunday, 8 March 2015

Another Brain Cleanser - Baktus in Cartridge Rib

Almost one year ago, I was busy knitting my first baktus (a triangular scarf in garter stitch throughout). The pattern for the original baktus can be found here. I highly recommend it as a brain cleanser project. For those occasions when you wish to knit, but lack the desire for a serious challenge. For those occasions, it's an ideal base project. 

Due to its simplicity, the pattern inspires to play around. If you feel like trying new techniques (knitting with multiple colours, cabling, basic lace and so on), then the baktus should be on your list of 'go-to-patterns'.

Garter Stitch Baktus

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