Lion Brand Large-Eye Blunt Needles Also called tapestry, darning, or finishing needles, these large eye blunt needles are good for weaving in ends and sewing up seams on your knit crochet projects. Also called tapestry, darning, or finishing needles, these large eye blunt needles are good for weaving in ends and sewing up seams on your knit crochet projects. Thread both ends onto tapestry needle and stitch securely to end of I-cord; weave ends into center of I-cord to hide.
Knit 1, work slip slip knit decrease, knit to 2 stitches before new marker, decrease 2 stitches using the vertical double decrease method as follows: Slip 2 stitches as if to knit them together, remove marker, knit 1, pass the 2 slipped stitches over the knit stitch, place marker, knit to 2 stitches before marker in the center of back, knit 2 together, knit 2, work slip slip knit decrease, knit to 2 stitches before second shoulder marker, decrease 2 stitches same as first shoulder, place marker, knit to 2 stitches before next marker, knit 2 together, knit 1.
For each fringe, cut one 10" Place poncho flat on table. Insert the crochet hook from back to front into a hole in the bottom edging. Working with 1 strand yarn A and 2 strands yarn B at a time, fold them in half and hold cut ends together to create a loop. Place folded loop on hook and pull it halfway through the knitted piece. With hook still in place, pull cut ends of fringe through the loop to make knot. Pull fringe ends to tighten. Repeat making fringe around poncho.
With yarn B cast on 3 stitches and knit I-cord about 28" 71cm long. Thread I-cord through the holes in the neck edging. Wrap yarn A around 5 fingers about 10 times, cut yarn. Cut a 6" 15cm strand of yarn A, thread through the wrapped yarn, and tie both ends of the 6" 15cm strand into a double knot. Thread both ends onto tapestry needle and stitch securely to end of I-cord; weave ends into center of I-cord to hide.
Tie both ends of this strand into a double knot and allow remaining 2 ends to hang with the tassel strands. Cut through bottom loops of yarn bunch; trim ends to even length.
Repeat for second tassel. Knitting for babies is both fun and rewarding. Use these easy baby knitting patterns to dress up your little one in style. How to Make a Baby Blanket. Only registered users can write reviews.
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Knitted Hooded Poncho Pattern This gorgeous Hooded Knitted Poncho Pattern is described as Easy on the Lion Brand Site. The Yarn is 5 Bulky, the skill level is 3 Intermediate, it comes in multiple children’s sizes. months, 18 months and 3 years. Jun 12, · Instill in your baby an early love of fashion with this Easy Baby Pretty Poncho. This simple yet stylish knit poncho pattern for babies features a fringed lining and pom pom tassels. This charming little poncho is perfect for a brisk day playing at the park/5(4). A hooded poncho for the new baby is easy with this baby poncho knitting pattern from Bernat Yarns. The colorful poncho closes with a sweet button at the neck. For month babies, you only need 2 balls of yarn. Yarn: Bernat Baby Coordinates ( g/ oz), 6 mos–12 mos–18 mos–24 mos, 2–2.