My introduction to Gifted Hands. Yolanda Lopez shawl www.youtube.com Hats Afya Ibomu “Get your crochet on hip hats and cool caps” Beanies by Jess www.youtube.com Double Stitch Twins www.redheart.com Earrings. www.youtube.com If you would like to be part of gifted hands contact Marcelle “OVW” www.youtube.com Gifted hands Members Sundays: www.youtube.com Mondays: www.youtube.com – Knit, Tatting, Variety www.youtube.com – other crafts twice a month www.youtube.com – Make-up www.youtube.com – Variety www.youtube.com – Variety Tuesdays: Wednesday: www.youtube.com – Jewelry, candle making, etc www.youtube.com – Photography www.youtube.com – Art/Drawings www.youtube.com – nail art and more Thursdays: www.youtube.com – Knit last Thursday of Month www.youtube.com – Beading, scrapbooking and cross stitching www.youtube.com Beading/Scrap booking Fridays: Saturdays: www.youtube.com – Looming/Crochet www.youtube.com – Variety
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Introduction to Yarn Sizes – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Yarn guage is very important to get the right size for a pattern, to make sure that something fits you well, and to make sure that you are pairing the right yarn with the right project. So, for thinner yarns: Thinner yarns, which are most likely between 26 and 30 stitches to four inches, and that is how we figure out gauge. Figuring out guage is making a four inch by four inch swatch, and measuring how many stitches fit inside those four inches. So something that gives you 26 to 30 stitches to the inch, which would be something looking like this very thin, you would use this for socks, for shawls, for finer-knit projects. You would not want to make a sweater out of something this fine, it would take you forever. So this is better for socks, shawls, smaller projects, and things that would really show off lace. So for a shawl, while it is a larger project, you would have lots of lacey holes and sort of effects in it that would show up really well in a thinner yarn. If you are moving towards yarn that requires anywhere from a size 7 to a size 9 needle, you would look for something like this. These would be good for mittens, for hats, and really for sweaters, skirts, things that are larger projects. Probably a blanket. Because this is sort of your middling weight, a lot of yarn comes in this weight. It is the worsted weight, and that is what you are going to see a lot of. A little bit larger than that …
Easy crochet shawl Stay up to date with Twitter, Raverly and FaceBook – Just search for Bobwilson123. Share you latest projects, ideas and photos Don’t have a FaceBook Page? Share your photos and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will use them in a video to share with other YouTube viewers Find the Master List of Video’s here claresaddictedtoyarn.blogspot.com
This crochet shawl is a great beginner project. Creates a solid shawl. This version is wider than the other solid versionStay up to date with Twitter, Raverly and FaceBook – Just search for Bobwilson123. Share you latest projects, ideas and photos Don’t have a FaceBook Page? Share your photos and send them to email@example.com. I will use them in a video to share with other YouTube viewers Find the Master List of Video’s here claresaddictedtoyarn.blogspot.com
Check out letsknit2gether.com for complete show notes with links! In this episode of our video podcast, CAT demonstrates several methods for casting on for knitting socks from the toe up! You’ll see Figure 8, Closed Toe, Invisible Provisional and Double Knitting cast-on. We’ll be at SOAR and Rhinebeck this year so come by and say “hi”. To psych yourself up for Rhinebeck go back and re-watch our episodes from 2006 and 2007. Help us out to raise money for our computer by bidding on a shawl which Kalinumba from Germany has generously offered to auction for us. You can find the shawl here on Ebay or you can find it in Kalinumba’s store on ebay The yarn was “Farbzauber” which was created and donated by Steffi and designed and knitted by Kalinumba Book Review: * Sensational Knitted Socks by Charlene Schurch * More Sensational Knitted Socks by Charlene Schurch What am I wearing: * Concert in the Park – Two Old Bags made with Jaggerspun Zephyr wool-silk blend. Completed January 2004 What’s on the Set: * Various socks made with Socks that Rock, Opal, Regia and Cascade Fixation yarns.