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Monday, October 3, 2016

Pattern Library: Hoodie Pullover

These are not free patterns, but they are the cutest one -according to me of course- I found when I searching in Ravelry for Hoodie Pullover that using 4 mm (US 6) needles in the descriptions.

*I using this setting, because I intended to using DK weight yarn SA Poyeng when there is time to make one of these.

Most of them are for children, because I am looking for children size. :p

Maybe they can be in your pattern library too ^ ^


From left to right =
1st row = Baby Bear Hoodie by Eileen Casey | Spokane by Gabrielle DanskknitLittle Joey Kangaroo Hoodie by Julie Grantz LeFrancoisWinter Hoodie by Annie Rowden
2nd row = Robin Hoodie by Lisa ChemerySolstice Hoodie by Rebecca NewmanSquirm Children's Hoodie by Sarah WilsonForest Hoodie by Jenise Hope
3rd row = Miranda by Josée PaquiKatniss by Julia Stanfield



Happy Knitting!!


 @Ajeng_Poyeng
knittingwithajeng.com

Monday, September 5, 2016

Knitting with Ajeng: That King Size Garter Blanket


Sometimes ago I made my first commissioned big blanket. It takes months to finished, because I knitted it based on mood and time I had. I wanted this blanket reflect my happy mood only.

I used a baby blanket knitting pattern for the basic pattern. Then, continue to knit it until I reached the size I wanted.

Here are some photos I collect in between work back then:

*the actual size that written in pattern


*the finished size
* * *

Basic pattern I used is= Cuddle Up Log Cabin Baby Blanket by Heather Walpole
Yarn I used= SA Poyeng (DK weight)
Knitting needle= 4.5 mm (US 7)

Yes, this is not a free pattern. But, when I search on Ravelry using [this] setting, You can find a lot of log cabin blanket knitting patterns that shared for free! ^ ^



Happy Knitting!!


 @Ajeng_Poyeng
 knittingwithajeng.com

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Rajut Free Knitting Pattern: Addictive Bikini Top / Bralette


I want to knit something in summer vacation theme. Want it made in DK cotton yarn and want to knit it fast. I found that this pattern looks like can be a perfect example.

I actually already save this free knitting pattern from years ago. But never knit it, until now.

This free knitting pattern come in two version, one of them using 8 mm knitting needle. I made the version made in 4 mm knitting needle.

I knit this bikini top only in one day. And found that making this is very addictive one too. I want to make more. XD

Free Knitting Pattern= Twins - Anna by Rebecca Hatcher
published in Knitty, summer 2003
Yarn I used= Sweet cotton Poyeng Gradasi (cotton rayon in DK weight)
Knitting needle= 4 mm (US 6)



Happy Knitting!!


@Ajeng_Poyeng
knittingwithajeng.com

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Rajut Free Knitting Pattern: Easy Nose Warmer


I made these cute things for someone who want to give these to his friend who will going to cold climate country.

But I found that this little thing is very fun to make and addictive. Also can be used even if you live in warm climate country like mine. For example, when you ride a motorcycle. It can block the cold night wind that make your nose itchy and runny. Haha.

So, here is the free knitting pattern I used to knit these cute nose warmers.

*I used flannel fabric to make the ears and trunk 


Free Knitting Pattern= Mustachio Nosewarmer by Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter
Yarn I used= SA Poyeng (DK weight)
Knitting needle used= 2.75mm (US 2) Double Pointed Needles.

Right, I almost forgot that I make a little tweak at the straps. :p

For the strap, I used 4 mm crochet hook and make 52 chains. Repeat once more so you have two straps. Then you know the next, insert those into every ends of your nose warmer cap and secure them.


Happy Knitting!!


@Ajeng_Poyeng
knittingwithajeng.com

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