These beanies are knittet in Acrylic yarn, in a round on double pointed needles 3,5 mm. A bit tricky using 5 needles since it is easy for the stitches to fall of. Everyone keeps recommending me to use circle needle… Basic pattern to knit a classic beanie Traditional beanie English rib Tools: Pointed needles size […]
I’ve just tryed out a different way to crochet, the result reminds if knitting. This beanie is easy and quickly done. Check out a pattern that reminds if this beanie. At Pyssel&Inspiration there is a pattern in Swedish.
Handcraft by Grip designs and crochet beanies in accordance with the clients desire regarding type and colors. This is a sketch I recently made to present to the clients before I start to crochet.
Popular Swedish wool hat Tutorial Cast on 40 stitches on knitts 8 (european size). I used an uneven woolyarn called Sydney, 100g for adult size. Knit one, purl one until the whole piece measures 50 cm (adult female). Bind of and saw the short ends using some left over yarn, use a crochet when […]
Crochet shawl & hat Used acrylic yarn and a thread of glittery thread, make the shawl look shiny althiugh it’s soft. Made to order with white beanie and matching flower. Handmade crocheted design, acrylic yarn. Autumn 2010 Pattern crochet shawl Start on top of shawl and chain loosely 235 sts. 1st row: 1 sc in […]
Handmade copies of the crocheted winterhat which the Swedish Olympic team used in Vancouver 2010. Blue and yellow are our national colours, but might not match with the rest of the wintergear you’re wearing, so why not change the colours for something else? This one was ordered in white, black, grey and brown instead of […]
I’ve made some girly clothing for a colleague, a pink and green shawl and pink beanie. My own favourite shawl this winter is handmade with two colors, pink and dark red. This project took about 8 hours to finish.
Through internet I found all the inspiration I needed to get started crocheting, it’s been years since last time som I hit it off doing some headgears for wintertime as well as shawls and socks for colder days (good since we have lots of those here in Sweden). I can’t seem to follow a […]