advertisement

Free EBooks

Topics

Browse Media

Knitting Gifts: 4 One Skein Knitting Patterns plus 3 Bonus Holiday Projects

Oct 27, 2011
Views: 69,969
Downloads: 84,242
Comments: 3
File Size: 2.5MB
Average rating:

Knitting holiday projects is so much fun-we've gathered a wide variety of quick knitting patterns for you in our new free eBook, Knitting Gifts: 4 One Skein Knitting Patterns Plus 3 Bonus Holiday Projects. We love one skein knitting patterns, and what could be better than combining those with holiday projects? Knitting Christmas decorations is so much fun, and we've got several ornament patterns for you here, plus gifts to knit!

* Make some Merry Mice to decorate a mini tree, or for the kitties in your life. Our animal buddies appreciate a well-timed knitted gift, too!
* Get the better of the ubiquitous metallic globe ornament: make a knitted cable covering for it with our Cabled Globe Ornament.
* Capture the beauty of fresh snowfall with the Snowflake Ornament. This is the perfect pattern for a little bit of that metallic yarn you've been saving for a special project.
* Poinsettias can brighten up your holiday décor and your tree! Make white and red blooms with the Poinsettia Ornament pattern.
* Father Christmas is the epitome of the season. Knit one for each of your kids and place them under the tree or poking out of stockings on Christmas morning.
* Knit yourself a tree topper! Celestine is a wonderful star-shaped knitting adventure. It is also a great toy for young children.
* Jolly up your mantel with knitted Christmas stockings! Make Chubby Socks stockings for your family—they'll love them.

Have fun with these Christmas knitting patterns!

 


+ Add a comment

Comments

MargaretP@21 wrote
on Nov 30, 2011 9:37 PM

Thanks for sharing this booklet!

a carolyn wrote
on Nov 7, 2011 10:04 AM
Am trying to do the Christmas stocking. Have got to "turn heel". Now I'm stuck on the insructions afater Row 1 & 2 (in color) and Row 3 & 4 (not highlighted in color). It says continue dec using one more stitch before dec - does this mean "sl 1, k7, ssk, k1 turn", then "sl 1 p 8, p2tog, p 1 turn"? Why are some of the row numbers throughout highlighted in color and others are not? Want to make several more for grandkids & greatgrandkids if I can figure this out. HELP acarolyn
Oniya wrote
on Nov 4, 2011 1:53 PM

I'm in the process of knitting the Celestine, mostly because of the looks that using 6 dpns gets me (I'm easily amused, especially by unwarranted looks of utter horror).  Since I'm using some *cough* vintage yarn I inherited from my grandmother, I'm doing it with alternating color rounds of gold and white.  Looking good so far!