Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Ood Snood


Hello all! I know, I know, I disappear for months at a time. I apologize, but this time it was for something so awesome it will blow your mind!!! So as you know, I am a certifiably obsessed Whovian. Well, I was looking for a pattern for an Ood mask on Ravelry and all I could find was a crochet version. I can’t crochet, so I thought, “Pfft, I’ll make my own then.” And I DID!!!!  I spent a month on this mask. I was going to go as an Ood for Halloween next year but I think I’m going to go as a dalek instead. So I have this awesome Ood mask that I am going to share with you all. Well, the pattern anyway. :)

Ood Snood



You can init this version if you want, or you can measure your own features so it’s custom. I made mine as customized for my face as I could. You can omit the mouth and nose holes. I need them because I get claustrophobic with my mouth and nose covered, plus I wanted a mouth hole so I could drink things with a straw. Haha! Words in red are my suggestions of improvement. (What I feel I messed up on.)

My facial measurements:
Neck length – 4 ½ inches
Mouth length – 2.25 inches
Nose width – 1.25 inches
Eye width – 1 inch
Eye length – 1.5 inches
Chin to bottom lip – 1.5 inches
Top lip to bottom of nose - .75 inches
Nose to eyes – 1.25 inches

Other supplies you’ll need: Pink pipe cleaners.

Pattern:
Size 8 circs and dpns, size 9 dpns.

Yarns I used: Caron Simply Soft in Victorian Rose and Bone

With CSS in Tan:
Co 90 sts
K1P1 for 4 ½ inches (or however long you want/need it)

Then increase to 126 (Honestly, this was too much, you could probably just stick with the 90 stitches or increase a few stitches. The 126 makes the face part super baggy)
K1 (m1, k3) x9, (m1, k2) x7, (m1, k3) x9, m1, k1

Then knit around for 2.5 inches and then BO 12 stitches for mouth. Then knit around back to the bound off stitches and cast the 12 stitches back on. (You can omit this part if you don’t want a mouth hole.)

Then knit around for .75 inches and then BO 8 stitches (I used 6 stitches and the nose hole was entirely too small) in the middle of the mouth. (You can omit this part and just knit across) Knit around back to the bound off stitches and cast the 8 stitches back on.

Then knit for 1.25 inches.

For eye holes, BO 11 stitches, knit 6, BO 11 stitches. Then knit around back to bound off stitches and cast back on the first 11 stitches. Then work the 6 stitches back and forth on a dpn or straight needle to make a few ridges – I did 5 rows. Then cast back on the second set of 11 stitches.

Then knit around for 8 rounds and then start decreases:
K4, K2tog
Knit
Knit
K3, K2tog
Knit
Knit
K2, K2tog
Knit
Knit
K1, K2tog
Knit
Knit
K2tog, K2tog
Knit
Knit
K2tog until 8 sts remain. Cut yarn and pull through.

You’ve done it! The mask itself is complete! Onto the facial features!

Tentacles:
Using size 9 dpns, cast on 4 stitches in CSS Victorian rose and knit and I-cord as long as your pipe cleaner. Before you bind off your I-cord, use a needle to thread your pipe cleaner through the I-cord. Then wrap the I-cord and pipe cleaner around something circular to make the tentacles spirally. I used my fingers to do this. Do this for as many pipe cleaners as you want. You can make them longer, shorter, anything you want.

I also used the tan to knit a small garter stitch piece to sew under the facial flap to attach the tentacles to so you won’t see what they’re sewn to.

Facial Flap:
With size 9 dpns, cast on 2 stitches.
1.        Purl across
2.        k1, m1, k1 (3)
3.        Purl across
4.        k1, m1, k2 (4)
5.        Purl across
6.        k1, m1, k2, m1, k1 (6)
7.        Purl across
8.        k2, m1, k2, m1, k2 (8)
9.        Purl across
10.     k3, m1, k2, m1, k3 (10)
11.     Purl across
12.     k4, m1, k2, m1, k4 (12)
13.     Purl across
14.     k5, m1, k2, m1, k5 (14)

Now, knit and purl back and forth for 7 inches.

I did 14 stitches, but I feel that it was too many. I think 10 stitches probably would have sufficed.


The Decreases:
On a right side row, begin:
1.        K5, k2tog, k5, k2tog
2.        Purl across
3.        k4, k2tog, k4, k2tog
4.        Purl across
5.        k3, k2tog, k3, k2tog
6.        Purl across
7.        k2, k2tog, k2, k2tog
8.        Purl across
9.        k2, k2tog
10.     Purl across
11.     k2tog, k1
12.     Purl across
13.     k2tog

Ear:
I didn’t add ears. I was going to but then I didn’t. This is optional.
With size 9 dpns, cast on 2 stitches.
1.        Purl across
2.        k1, m1, k1 (3)
3.        Purl across
4.        k1, m1, k2 (4)
5.        Purl across
6.        k1, m1, k2, m1, k1 (6)
7.        Purl across
8.        k1, k2tog,k1, k2tog
9.        Purl across
10.     k1, k2tog, k1
11.     Purl across
12.     k1, k2tog
13.     Purl across
14.     k2tog


Ood Sphere:
I used an ornament pattern. The pattern I used is found here: http://intarsia.meowingdog.net/2008/11/free-pattern-sarahs-christmas-ball.html

I used size 9 dpns and CSS in white and Gray for the ood sphere. Came out larger than I wanted, so you might want to scale it down or use what the pattern suggests. I know an 18 inch i-cord. I also stuffed it with poly-fil.

Now all you have to do is ASSEMBLE!!!

For the face flap I folded the middle into and M shape and sewed it that way. I then sewed the little garter stitch strip to the underside of the flap so I can attach my tentacles and ood sphere to it. Then I attached it to the mask. The M part up against the 6 stitches you did between the eyes. Once that is attached, all you have to do is attach the tentacles and sphere! Then you’re done! Yaaay!

If you find any errors, let me know ASAP! Or even if you have suggestions to improve this design.


If you enjoy this pattern, feel free to share with friends, and sell what you make, but please don’t claim as your own.


ThriftyRedhead


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Upcoming Event!


If you're in the area...
I’m just posting to let everyone know that my friend Taine Hatch-Rymer and I will be selling handmade items (mostly knit and crochet, but some non-fiber stuff like my popular Harry Potter potion necklaces as well) at the Fond du Lac Recreation’s Holiday Wonder Craft Fair this Saturday, November 3rd. We are pretty sure that the event has a small fee at the door that benefits the Rec. Department, though. If you can’t make it or would rather not pay the cover fee, have no fear! As always, you can visit either of our web sites to access our full product inventory: My inventory can be viewed at ThriftyRedheadCreates.blogspot.com, and Taine’s is available at TaineAHKnits.blogspot.com. Contact us if there’s anything you’d like a price for, or to put a hold on any of our products. And please, share this via email or Facebook posts with anyone you think might be interested: beyond Taine and myself, this event is guaranteed to have lots of wonderful hamdmade gifts available for holiday shopping!

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Well, Hello There!

Well, once again it has been quite a while since I updated. I apologize for that! I can give one good reason as to why I've been absent... Doctor Who! After Fondue Fest, I started watching it and it kind of consumed my life. Now I'm working on a prototype of a Doctor Who pattern. ;) I'm an officially obsessed Whovian! I'm even going to be the TARDIS for halloween!

 


(I know I added this a little late, but I did these to accompany my costume!)




Fondue Fest was pretty much a success! I even sold my award-winning hat. It was nice to get rid of some of my inventory. I didn't sell as much as Taine, which is pretty much how it always is. But she also has been knitting way longer than me and also she has like five times the FOs as I do. Paige and Joe and their kiddos came and pretty much hung out with us all day and so did my mom. We had lots of visitors. It was better than the year before where it was just Taine and I alone. Sold a lot of my Harry Potter necklaces. I'll probably make a few more because we're going to be at the November 3rd craft fair out at the fairgrounds!!  Wooty-woot!

I'm not sure if I shared this or not, but my bestestestest friend in the world got engaged this summer and I took their engagement photos this month. I'm so excited about them! I even framed one for myself.




I just love them both to pieces! I had fun doing their photos.


My mom's friend Eve was cleaning out her house and holy crap, she sent over two big bags of yarn and a box full of craft books. SO. MUCH. CRAFTING. SWAG. I haven't decided what I am all making out of it.

 


On October 11 was our 4 year anniversary, (but we celebrated the 13th) but it was so rainy, we didn't really get to do anything. :( We went to Nakashima with Emily and Dusty. Nakashima is a very, very delicious Japanese restaurant. Sooo tasty! Yummo! We usually go to The Little Farmer which is a local apple orchard and farm open to the public where you can pick your own pumpkins and apples. They even have a petting zoo and hayrides. This year there wasn't a pick your own crop because of the horrible drought we had during this summer. So we finally got to go! We got caramel apples, a pumpkin, and muffins and even a tiny pie. 


Our 4 year anniversary picture with our Pumpkin! We take a photo of us with our pumpkin every year and I frame it. :) We're dorks!



So what did you do this weekend?!


Sunday, August 19, 2012

The Last Few Days

Hello all! I hope this post finds you fabulous. This past week hasn't been overly productive. I've thrifted a little bit, but not much. This weekend we hit a flea market with my family and I found a few things. I'm still trying to get all my projects done for Fondue Fest, but honestly, I'm still working on a simple ribbed scarf because I had to work a lot and mostly because I'm pretty lazy, haha! I still have a lot to do though, and this coming week, I might be able to get stuff done, but the weekend? Oh hellz no. I won't be able to get much of anything done. Friday, we're having a craft night at a friend's house, Saturday we have a cookout at a different friend's house and Sunday we're going to to the Bristol Renaissance Faire with the friend we're crafting with on Friday. This coming weekend will possibly be productive, but probably mostly won't be. Super busy. Tomorrow, I have a photography appointment, and Tuesday I'm just going to veg all day. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday I work.

Super bust week coming up. Phew! Now onto my finds!

This first batch was what I thrifted locally.


$5.00 at St. Vinnie's. I also found another flash there for $4.00 that I didn't blog about. I used the other one, but it didn't cycle fast enough for me. There was about  30 seconds to a minute between being able to take photos. THIS flash works great, hardly any time between cycling, I love it.


$8.00 at St. Vinnies. They're OWLS! I could not leave this owl tea set there for $8.


$.99 at Goodwill. I've always wanted a sleep mask because I'm a light sleeper. This one is awesome because it has little eye packs that you can freeze and put in the mask itself. Which is great for swollen allergy eyes!


$3.99 At Goodwill. A cute sweatshirt from Old Navy.


$.99 at Goodwill. Stretchy belt.


$2.99 at Goodwill. I needed a new bag to hold all my notions for knitting, this one is definitely big enough.


$2.99 at Goodwill. I love owls. 'Nuff said.



The next collection  of items I procured at Mukwonago Days, which is just a huuuge flea market basically.


5 CDS for $20 - I love some Marilyn Manson - Remix and Repent, Lest We Forget, and Antichrist Superstar.. One of my all-time favorite musical artists. The other two CDs are Meatloaf - Bat Out Of Hell and Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral.


3 for $5.00. Pretty damn good deal for Burt's Bees.


$1.00 I needed something to hold my hair back.


$12 - Handmade owl earrings. Love them!

The next two photos are from a rummage sale my aunt went to and bought 4 boxes full of yarn and half-finished projects.


I finished the blankets and intend to sell them. I unraveled a few half done projects that I didn't even know what the heck they were.


And you know those hydrangea photos I was going to get framed like, forever ago from this post?

Well, I finally got it framed! Yay! Still not totally sure where it's going to go yet.

I also wanted to share the fact that I got a haircut, but it was not photo-ready today, haha! It was super stringy and greasy since it's no-shower Sunday. So you get a photo of me in a hat. :P You can see how short it is.



Other than what I shared with you, there isn't too much going on. Just still trying to get my projects done. OHHH!! I forgot to share.. I had a bunch of stuff made with my thriftyredhead logo on it. I'm going to wear it at Fondue Fest! I had a coffee mug made, a mousepad, t-shirt, tote bag, and key chain! I also had an owl tote made, because honestly, I couldn't resist! I also had a special rubber stamp made. I can't wait to get everything! Then I can bag and tag what I have made. :)

What are you doing this week to keep busy? Any on-going projects? Any awesome plans?

Keep calm and thrift on, yo! 

Friday, August 10, 2012

Alto Fair

There is a small fair near my hometown and every year my mom, her friend Eve, and I all enter artistic pieces we create. Mom and Eve do cross-stitching and I usually enter my photography. This year they weren't sure if we were going to enter anything so I didn't prep any of my photos. Then my mom called me on Tuesday and said that they were going to go enter pieces. I was a little miffed because it was so last minute and I had absolutely no photography to enter, and I didn't have time to go have some printed for me. So I decided to enter some of my knitted pieces. Tuesday is when you drop your stuff off and on Thursday you pick it up. Well, I wasn't able to go either night, which to be honest, ticked me off. I had to close almost all week. I was not impressed. So I came home at quarter to midnight last night to find out how I placed...










Special merit! Woohoo!

Mom and Eve were super jealous. They've been trying to get one of these since they started entering their pieces! The first time I enter knitting... Ha! I did pretty good. I usually do pretty good. Although last year was terrible because the judges were suuuper picky. But this year, I killed it!

I'm actually pretty stoked. :)




Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Big Damn Thrifter

Hello all! I was finally able to get together all of the fabulous stuff I thrifted last weekend and some from today!

Last weekend I went with my family to Maxwell Days in Mukwonago, WI. It's basically a biiig ole flea market. I didn't buy much there, but we did hit a Goodwill on the way home. Which is where I purchased most of this stuff. (Like I really needed any of it!)

Without further ado, here come the fotos! :)

This is a dress I found at the Goodwill we stopped at after Maxwell Days. $4.99, the chest part of the dress doesn't fit, but the rest of the dress does. I figure I'll wear a white or yellow tank top underneath it. I wear tanks tops all the time as undershirts anyway.


$4.99 at the same Goodwill as the first one. This one is a little big in the hips. I can either take it in or just wear as is. I love the daisies!


Same Goodwill as the other two. $3.99


Scored some interlocking fitness mats for $3.99 at that same Goodwill. I don't plan on exercising on them... I plan on blocking knitted creations on them.


Last but not least from that Goodwill, a pretty awesome belt for $.99. But after wearing it once, I know why it was there. It's hard to get off!


I found this sweater at the Goodwill here where I live. I can't remember what I paid for it, but it's super comfy. I'm pretty sure it's a man's sweater, but it looks super cute on.


I scored these three CDs at Salvation army for $1 a piece. Pretty awesome. I do love classical music.


$1.99 at Goodwill. SCORE! I love me some MM.


As you can see, $2.99 from Goodwill. Like I really needed another book... But I do love books so much. I just don't get to read nearly as much as I'd like to. If I can ever figure out a way to read and knit and watch TV all at once I will die happy.


I'm actually not sure what I paid for this one. I got it from my Goodwill here in town, today along with the MM CD and the other book. The clearance sticker is from Borders, I believe so I probably paid only a dollar for it. Either way, it's probably an awesome read.

So those are my finds over the last two weeks-ish.

Tonight I have so many things to do. A friend of mine requested that I sew her some poop pile shaped bean bags for her kids at work. (She's a children's librarian.) Which I'm having some real difficulties with the sewing of these poop sacks. Ugh! Pain in the butt. She owes me! Hear that, E? You owe me, girl!

After I make the poop bags, I have to dye and cut my hair. Jeesh. Too many things to do, not to even mention I have a scarf to finish and two more to start!

EEEEKKK!

This week is going to kill me!

What are YOU doing this week to keep busy?

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

My Apologies..

For my recent absence. I've been trying to keep up with life. I had a big thrifting adventure this past weekend and I can't wait to share what I found with you all. I'm just trying to get a ton of knitting done before Fondue Fest coming up in September. My table was quite sad last year. I still have Harry Potter necklaces to make, but for the life of me, I cannot find chains for them.

I hope you enjoy the latest free knitting pattern. I banged that one out yesterday. I felt one cable was not enough!

If you find any errors or have suggestions on how to improve a pattern, feel free to let me know.

And with that, off I go to knit some more, and drink some tea.

Please enjoy some adroableness from this weekend in my absence. This is Bambi, my aunt's dog.


Triple Cable Neckwarmer - Free Pattern


Triple Cable Neckwarmer



The yarns I used: Lion Brand Homespun in Marble and Red Heart Super Saver Solid in White, held together throughout project.

The needles I used:  Size 15s

I highlighted the cables in RED. Hopefully they’ll be easier to see.

CO 24 stitches

R1 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R2 – K3, K4, P2, K6, P2, K4, K3
R3 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R4 – K3, C2F, P2, K6, P2, C2F, K3
R5 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R6 – K3, K4, P2, K6, P2, K4, K3
R7 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R8 - K3, C2F, P2, C3F, P2, C2F, K3

C2F = Two stitches to cable needle, hold in front, knit next two stitches and then knit two from cable needle.

C3F = Three stitches to cable needle, hold in front, knit next three stitches and then knit three from cable needle.

Knit to desired length.

3 Buttonhole Row:
K3, YO, K2TOG, K2, P2, YO, K2TOG, K4, YO, P2, K2, K2TOG, YO, K3

4 Buttonhole Row:
K3, K1, YO, K2TOG, K1, P2, K3, YO, K2TOG, K1, P2, K2TOG, K1, YO, K1, K3

Continue on to WS, continue in pattern.
Then BO on right side.

Add buttons!

If you find any errors, let me know ASAP! Or even if you have suggestions to improve this design.

If you enjoy this pattern, feel free to share with friends, and sell what you make, but please don’t claim as your own.

ThriftyRedhead

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Copy Cat Mittens - Free Pattern


Copy Cat Mittens - A ThriftyRedhead Design!




2 skeins of worsted weight or medium yarn, held double. (I used Vanna’s Choice in Silver Grey). It got kind of bulky and a little difficult, but the mittens ended up super heavy and warm. I used #9 dpns.

The palms and thumbs are from the palm mods for Bella’s Mittens, here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/notes-for-moss-stitch-palm-variation-to-bella-mittens
The mock cable stitch is from the Copy Cat Hat, here: http://slomoeknits.wordpress.com/2007/03/25/slouchy-copy-cat-hat/


Cast on 37 stitches, divide on dpns as follows, 10, 10, 17. Join in the round being careful not to twist. Place marker for beginning of round.


Round 1: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 2: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 3: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 4:  p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 5: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 6: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 7: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 8: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 9: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 10: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 11: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 12: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 13: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 14: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 15: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 16: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 17: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 18: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 19: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 20: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 21: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 22: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 23: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 24: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 25: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 26: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 27: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 28: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 29: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 30: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 31: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 32: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 34: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 35: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 36: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 37: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 38: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 39: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 40: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 41: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 42: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 43: p1,k1 x10 – k1 -  K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 44: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 45: p1,k1 x10 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1


Left Thumb Gusset
Round 46: k1, p1 x 10 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 47: [k1,p1] x 9, place marker, M1R, k1,p1, M1L, place marker – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 48: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, p1,k1,p1,k1 sm – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 49: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, p1, k1, p1, k1 sm – k1-  K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 50: [k1,p1] x 9, sm, M1R, k1,p1,k1,p1 M1L, sm – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 51: [k1,p1] x 9, sm k2, p1, k2, p1 sm – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 52: [p1,k1] x 9, sm p2, k1, p2, k1 sm -  k1 -SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 53: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, M1R, k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1 M1L, sm – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 54: [k1,p1] x 9, sm, k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1 sm – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 55: [k1,p1] x 9, sm, k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1 sm – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 56: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, M1R, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1 M1L, sm -  k1 -SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 57: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, p2,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1 sm – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 58: [k1,p1] x 9, sm, k2,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, sm – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 59: [k1,p1] x 9, sm, M1R, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,M1L, sm, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 60: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, sm – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 61: [p1,k1] x 9, sm, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1 sm – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 62 : [k1,p1] x 9, M1, place all stitches between markers on holder, cast on 2 stitches – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1





Right Thumb Gusset
Round 46: k1, p1 x 10 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 47: [k1,p1], place marker, M1R, p1,k1, M1L, place marker, [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 48: [p1,k1], sm, p1,k1,p1, p1 sm [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 49: [p1,k1], sm, p1, k1, p1, p1 sm [k1, p1] x 9 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 50 [k1,p1], sm, M1R, k1,p1,k1,p1, M1L, sm, [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 51: [k1,p1], sm k2,p1,k1,p1,k1 sm [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 52: [p1,k1], sm p2,k1,p1,k1,p1, sm [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 53: [p1,k1], sm, M1R, k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1, M1L, sm, [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 54: [k1,p1], sm k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1, sm [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 55: [k1,p1], sm k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,sm [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 56: [p1,k1], sm, M1R, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, M1L, sm, [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 57: [p1,k1], sm, p2,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1, sm, [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 58: [k1,p1], sm, k2, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, sm, [p1,k1] x 9 k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 59: [k1,p1], sm, M1L, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, M1R sm, [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 60: [p1,k1], sm, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1, sm, [k1,p1] x 9 – k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 61: [p1,k1], sm, p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1,p1,k1 sm, [k1,p1] x 9 - k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 62: [k1,p1],place all stitches between markers on holder, cast on 2 stitches,
M1, [p1,k1] x 9 – k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1

Round 57: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 58: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 59: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 60: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 61: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 62: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 63: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 64: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 65: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 66: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 67: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 68: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 69: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 70: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 71: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 72: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 73: [k1,p1] x 10, k1 - K3, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 74: [p1,k1] x 10, k1 - SL1, K2, PSSO, P2 to last stitch, k1
Round 75: [p1, k1] x 10, k1 - K1, YO, K1, P2 to last stitch, k1

Shape Top
Round 1: *K4, k2tog; rep from * around – 30 sts.
Round 2: Knit.
Round 3: *K3, k2tog; rep from * around – 24 sts.
Round 4: Knit.
Round 5: *K2, k2tog; rep from * around – 18 sts.
Round 6: Knit.
Round 7: *K1, k2tog; rep from * around – 12 sts.
Round 8: Knit.
Round 9: K2tog around – 6 sts.

Thumb Gusset
Divide your 12 live stitches across three #8 or 9 dpns as follows 4, 4, 4.
Round 1: [k1,p1] x 5, k1, p1 pick up 4 stitches in the open gap and join in the round.
Round 2: [k1,p1] x 5, k1, p2tog, k2tog, k1
Round 3-4: [p1,k1] x 6, p1, p1
Round 5-6: [k1,p1] x 6, k1, k1
Round 7-8: [p1,k1] x 6, p1, p1
Round 9-10: [k1,p1] x 6, k1, k1
Round 11-12: [p1,k1] x 6, p1, k1
Round 13 & 14: [k2tog]: repeat until only 4 stitches remain.
Break your thread leaving


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ThriftyRedhead

Icy Pond Hat - Free Pattern!


Icy Pond Hat – A ThriftyRedhead Design!



I made this hat out of the blue. I winged it as I went.

Yarn: Red Heart Soft Yarn Multi – Icy Pond
Needles: I used what the ball band called for, but I’m guessing it was either 7 or 8 circs.

Cast on 90 stitches, join in round being careful not to twist, place marker to note beginning of round.

Complete 17 rounds of K2, P2, then 30 rounds of stockinette stitch.

Decrease as follows:
K8, k2tog
Knit
K7, k2tog
Knit
K6, k2tog
Knit
K5, k2tog
Knit
K4, K2tog
Knit
K3, K2tog
Knit
K2, k2tog
Knit
K1, k2tog
Knit
K2tog around
K2og around

Pull yarn through remaining stitches cinch and weave in ends.

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Seeded Horse Shoe Cable Neckwarmer - Free Pattern


Seeded Horse Shoe Cable Neckwarmer – A ThriftyRedhead Design!





Yarn: A worsted weight yarn, Red Heart Super Saver in Green and a mystery green Lion Brand Homespun. (Held together)
Needles: 11

Cast on 22 stitches. (I used 33 (9, 16, 9) stitches. Any even number would do. Just have to keep the stitches on the end in mind.

R1: K1, P1, K1, K16, K1, P1, K1
R2: K1, P1, K1, P16, K1, P1, K1
R3: K1, P1, K1, K16, K1, P1, K1
R4: K1, P1, K1, P16, K1, P1, K1
R5: K1, P1, K1, K16, K1, P1, K1
R6: K1, P1, K1, P16, K1, P1, K1
R7: K1, P1, K1, C4B, C4F, K1, P1, K1
R8: K1, P1, K1, P16, K1, P1, K1

On an odd row (right side) make buttonholes:

K1, P1, K1, YO, K2TOG, K12, K2TOG, YO, K1, P1, K1 (This is for the 22 stitch version)

Next row:
K1, P1, K1, P16, K1, P1, K1

You can continue in pattern for a few more rows or bind off in pattern.

If you find any errors, let me know ASAP! Or even if you have suggestions to improve this design.

If you enjoy this pattern, feel free to share with friends, and sell what you make, but please don’t claim as your own.

ThriftyRedhead