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Old 02-28-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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UPDATE:

Okay, stop the presses! I think I'll be keeping the patterns section up afterall. Just not with all the images. It turns out I'm getting 10% of new visitors through that section, so it would be really dumb to do away with it.

Thank you so much everyone for working on this thread for me!!! I REALLY appreciate it, and feel so supported! You all are WONDERFUL! Sorry to have you do all this work, and end up keeping that section. I'll keep this thread up, just in case things change. But no need to continue adding to it unless things change.

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I will soon be closing down the original patterns section altogether (details here), With your help, the links will be transfered to this thread. (Thanks everyone!!!)


If you want to help out with this, please read on....


To avoid two of you working on the same section at once, try doing it this way. Starting from the top down, choose a section to work on, from this page. Hat's have already been done by ekgheiy. Choose the next section that hasn't been done already, and create a post called "Scarves" or whatever, and post it, even though it's an empty post so far. Then, go in and edit your post, adding all the scarf links from the scarf section. If you do it that way, people will immediately see that you're working on that section, and you can take your time adding to the post. This will also keep the sections in order, for easy browsing.

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many patterns pages have a bunch of my favorite links listed at the bottom of the page, without pictures, so double check there too! Thanks!

Thanks for your help everyone! I feel so supported, having your help with this! xoxo
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Old 02-28-2005, 05:53 PM   #2
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Intermediate Braided Hat Pattern

Intermediate Coronet from Knitty

Beginner Nice Basic Hat

Intermediate No Hair Day Chemo Cap

Beginner/Intermediate Rolled Brim Cap

Advanced Ch'ullu Hat

Beginner/Intermediate Bidda's Head Hugger

Intermediate Cabled Wide Brim Hat

Intermediate Cable Knit Cap

Intermediate Simple Fair Isle Hat

Intermediat/Advance Knot a Hat

Beginner/Intermediate Felted Hat

Intermediate Knit Santa Hat

Intermediate Amelia Earhart Aviators Cap Or click here for potentially easier instructions.

Intermediate J. Crew Style Hat & Gloves

Beginner Quaker Ribbed Bottom Hat

Beginner/Intermediate Rolled Brim Baby hat w/ Topknot

Intermediate Beach Baby Onesy & Hat

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Gloves and Mittens
Gloves and Mittens

Adult
intermediate

Easy Mittens - US size 4 & 6 DPN

Lopi Mittens - Hand done on US size 7 DPN (4 1/2 mm). K2 P2 ribbing would bring the cuff in a bit more than this k1 p1 ribbing. So would using needles 2 sizes smaller than gauge, (which is always good for ribbing).

4 Needle Mittens - US size 3 DPN. Fits a small lady's hands.

Mittens for Children & Adults - US size 4 DPN. pdf

Warm Heart Mittens - US size 8 DPN for Woman's Med., US size 7 DPN for 6 yr. old child.

Chunky Mittens - US size 4 DPN. Fits 8-10 years.

J. Crew Style Hat & Gloves - US size 5 DPN.

Hands Up! - various needle sizes. 8 patterns. pdf

Opera Gloves - US size 3 DPN.

Hooray For Me Gloves - (Love the name! & gloves!) US size 2 DPN.

Broad Street Mittens - US size 2 & 3 DPN.

Men's Fingerless Gloves - US size 3 DPN.

Fingerless Mitts - US size 3 or 4 DPN.

Funky Punky Arm Warmers - US size 3 DPN.

Mikado Ribbon Fingerless Gloves - US size 5 & 7 DPN.

Gauntlet Gloves - US size 0 DPN ("Old UK 14").


Children's
beginner

Two-Needle Mittens for Kids - US size 8 needles. Knit back and forth on single point needles, not DPNs.

Kathy's Mittens - US size 5 & 7 single point needles. Knit back & forth on single point needles. If you don't want to make I-cord, you can crochet a chain, for a faster cord.


intermediate

Boo Boo Cap & Mittens - US size 6 & 8 single point needles.

Warm Heart Mittens - US size 8 DPN for Woman's Med., US size 7 DPN for 6 yr. old child.

Mittens For Children and Adults - - US size 4 DPN. pdf


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Old 02-28-2005, 06:36 PM   #4
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Scarves and Shawls:

Beginner Elongated Stitch Scarf

Beginner Squiggle Scarf

Intermediate Variation on a Frill Scarf

Beginner Cashmirino Chunky Scarf

Beginner Whisper + Choo Choo Scarf

Intermediate Cozy Scarf

Beginner Raggedy Wrap-Stitch Scarf

Beginner Fizz in Neon Green and Black Scarf

Intermediate Clapotis Scarf

Beginner Faux Lace Scarf

Beginner Iceland Scarf

Intermediate Zeta Shawl

Beginner Scarf Trio

Beginner Sideways Garter Stitch Scarf

Beginner Peruvian Collection Cuzco Wrap

Beginner/Intermediate Hearts Illusion Scarf (pdf)

Beginner Soiree + Mikado Ribbon Scarf

Beginner Big Net Oversize Scarf-Stole

Beginner Party + Deco-Stardust Bias Scarf

Beginner Fizz Eyelash & Cotton Chenille Scarf

Beginner Truly Tasha's Shawl

Beginner Party + Little Flowers Scarf

Intermediate Diamond Edge Moebius

Intermediate/Advanced Leaves & Waves

Intermediate Little Leaf Lace Scarf

Beginner Deco Ribbon Scarf

Beginner Three Way Scarf

Beginner/Intermediate Long-ways Scarf

Intermediate Good Ole Cabled Scarf

Beginner Easy Knit Shawl

Beginner/Intermediate Aleba's Birthday Scarf

Intermediate Vegan Fox

Intermediate Tri-aran-angle shawl

Beginner Zig Zag Scarf

Intermediate Irish Hiking Scarf

Beginner Shimmer Chevron Scarf

Beginner Wizard Scarf #1
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Old 02-28-2005, 08:36 PM   #5
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I am going to attempt this. So I'll start trying to do Men's category and see if I can do it.

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[Note from Amy: Reminder ... let's try to stay in order of the current patterns section, just so things are a little organized. Jouf and JW, don't worry about being out of order for now. ~Amy]
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Old 02-28-2005, 08:50 PM   #6
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Kitchen

Beginner Textured Squares Dishcloth

Beginner Heart Dishcloth

Intermediate Felted Coasters, Hot Pads, & Beverage Jackets

Beginner Grandmother's Favorite Dishcloth

Beginner Anchor Dish Cloth

Beginner/Intermediate Java a Go Go

Beginner Simple Summer Dish Cloth

Beginner State Cloths

Beginner Eyelet Edged Coaster

Intermediate Winter Icicles Dishcloth

Intermediate Lattice Twist Eyelet Cloth

Beginner Easy Openwork Accent Placemat

Beginner Diamonds Galore Cloth

Beginner Moose Cloth

Beginner Spring Breeze Placemat

Intermediate Little Houses Cloth

Intermediate Spring Flower Motif

Beginner Sand Stitch Cotton Towel & Cloth Set

Beginner/Intermediate Lacy Mock Cables

Beginner Knitted Sailboat Cloth

Intermediate Heart Double Knit Hot Pad

Beginner Pig Potholder

Intermediate Reversible Shamrock Dishcloth

Intermediate Molly Dishcloth

Pillows and Blankets

Beginner Embossed Pillows

Intermediate Cat Pillow

Intermediate Original Mountain Laurel Crib Counterpane

Intermediate/Advanced Entrelac Pillow

Intermediate Floral Knitted Pillows

Intermediate Horseshoe Pillow

Misc

Beginner/Intermediate Mitered-Square Rug

Beginner Twine Rug

Intermediate/Advanced Aran Afghan with Matching Pillow Afghan here Pillow here
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Old 02-28-2005, 09:24 PM   #7
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Men's Sweaters
MEN'S
(there were a couple links not working, but here's the rest)

Intermediate. Hooded Pullover. Size 7 & 9 needles:
http://www.thesmartyarns.com/pattern...dpullover.html

Advanced. Cycling Aran. US size 9 needles:
http://www.helloyarn.com/cyclingaran.htm

Advanced. Unisex Pullover Irish Knit. US size 4 & 7 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/menpuloveiriknit.htmll

Intermediate. Chunky Tunic. Mostly US size 9 needles.
http://www.shetland-wool-brokers.zetnet.co.uk/fp2.htm

Intermediate. Man's Sweater with Bicolor Relief Pattern. This uses mosaic 2-color knitting, which is easier than Fair Isle. You only knit with one color at a time. Size 8 needles. PDF:
http://www.rebecca-online.com/en/anl..._22_anl_03.pdf

Intermediate. Bomber Jacket. Mostly US size 8 needles:
http://www.yarnfwd.com/bomber.html

Intermediate. Not Just for Guys sweater. US size 7 & 8 needles:
http://yarnxpress.safeshopper.com/128/cat128.htm?232

Intermediate. Beau. US size 6 & 8 needles (4 & 5 mm):
http://www.magknits.com/chilly04/patterns/beau.htm

Intermediate. Chunky Tunic. Mostly US size 9 needles:
http://www.shetland-wool-brokers.zetnet.co.uk/fp2.htm

Advanced. Unisex Pullover Irish Knit. US size 4 & 7 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/unisexpulirikni.htm


Intermediate. Beau. US size 6 & 8 needles (4 & 5 mm):

http://www.magknits.com/chilly04/patterns/beau.htm

Intermediate/Advanced. Men's Irish Cardigan. US size 6 & 8 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/meniricar.html

Intermediate. Leo. US size 3 & 4 needles:
http://knitty.com/ISSUEfall04/PATTleo.html

Advanced. Men's Irish Knit Cardigan. US size 5 & 7 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/meniriknicar.html

Intermediate. Hooded Pullover. Size 7 & 9 needles:
http://www.thesmartyarns.com/pattern...dpullover.html

Advanced. Men's Irish Pullover. US size 3 & 6 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/meniripul.html

Intermediate. Kettle Lakes Sweater. US size 10 1/2 needles:
http://www.knitnet.com/0211/page36.htm

Advanced. Men's Pullover Irish Knit. US size 5 & 8 needles:
http://www.knitting-crochet.com/menpuloveiriknit.html
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Socks, slippers and booties

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Beginner

Whisper Soft Slippers - US size 11 single point needles. Includes a great picture of what it looks like before sewing up. Cotton chenille.

Flat Toesties - pattern here (PDF) - US size 8 single point needles. Knit flat, from heel to toe, then sewn up the back of the heel, and down the center front of the foot.

Squares Slippers - US size 6 single point needles. Easy! Make 7 identical squares, and sew them together into slippers. Four sizes given.

Intermediate

Moonlight Slippersock - US size 5 needles.

Skull Socks of Fury - US size 3 needles.

Crusoe - US size 1 needles.

Hostess Slipper Socks - US size 4 needles.

Fancy Footies - US size 10.5 needles.

Pom Squad - US size 1 needles.

Alli's Anklet Sox - US size 5 needles.

Ankle Socks - US size 2 needles.

Not Just For Golf Socks - US size 2 and 2.5 needles.

Ooh-La-La, Hot Cha Cha Socks - US size 5 needles.

Lopi Socks - US size 6 needles.

Basic Sock Pattern - US size 2-3 needles.

Sandal Socks - US size 5 needles.

Perfectly Simple Socks - US size 1-2 needles.

The 56 Stitch, 56 Row Sock - US size 2.5 needles.

Sock It To Me...Socks - US size 1 needles. A toe-up pattern.

Colour Around Socks - US size 3 needles.

Quick Knit Eyelets - US size 3 needles.

Thrummed Socks - US size 3 and 5 double pointed needles.

Socks in 3 Sizes - US size 6 needles.

Bigfoot Socks - US size 4 needles.

Baba's Bed Socks - US size 8 needles.

Simple Toe-Up Socks in 4 sizes - US size 5 needles.

Joe Socks - US size 1 and 2 needles.

Family Rib Socks - US size 1 needles.

Family of Slippers - US size 11 needles. Felted slippers.

Fuzzy Feet - US size 10.5 needles. Felted slippers.

Fulled Booties for Grown-ups - US size 8 needles.

Tiptoe Through the Tulips Socks - US size 2 needles.

Lolita Legs - US size 4 needles.

Speckled Socks - US size 3 needles.

Ruggles' Candy Cane Socks - US size 5 needles. PDF

Folksy Socks - US size 3 needles.

Sunset Socks - US size 3 needles.

Valentine Heart Socks - US size 5 needles.

Cut Your Teeth Socks - US size 2 needles.

John Anderson's Kilt Hose - US size 1-2 needles.

Intermediate/Advanced

Porthole - US size 4 needles.

Fern Lace Panel Socks - US size 3 needles.

Timber Frame Socks - US size 3 needles.

Really Cool Socks - US size 1-2 needles.

Aran Braid Socks - US size 2 needles.

John's Anniversox - (If you make these, email me what US size needle you use to get gauge, and I'll post it here.)

Folksy Socks Revisited - US size 3 needles.

Chevron Lace Socks - US size 6 needles.

Advanced

Impossible Socks - US size 0000 needles (!).

Straight Laced Socks - US size 3 needles.

Chili Pepper Socks - US size 6 needles.



Baby & Child

Beginner

Simple Mules - US size 5 needles. First you knit the bottom; then you knit the top, in a fat "U" shape, starting along a side edge of the U.

Bethany Booties - US size 4 needles. If you make these, send me a picture of it before sewing up the seams!

Squares Slippers - US size 6 needles should be about right. Easy! Make 7 identical squares, and sew them together into slippers. Four sizes given.

premie sizes here

Intermediate

Two-needle Baby Booties - US size 2 needles.

Christine's Baby Booties - US size 1 needles. Similar pattern and picture here.

Mouse Booties - US size 2 and 3 needles.

North Country Cotton Baby Socks - Reggia yarn can be used for the fun stripes (left hand sock). US size 6 needles. This is the pattern followed in the "Working the Heel of a Sock" video on the Advanced Techniques page. The full project, start to finish, is included on the CD.

Children's Slipper Socks - US size 6 needles.

Ribbed Lace Toe-up Socks - US size 0 needles. PDF

Swirly Stripes Socks - US size 2 needles. PDF

Just Your Basic Baby Socks - Needle size varies. A toe-up sock. PDF

Family of Slippers - US size 11 needles. Felted slippers.

Mary Jane Socks - Needles sizes: 2 & 4 (for average Newborn), 1 & 2 (for Preemie). Cute!!! PDF

Striped Rib Socks - US size 2 needles. A toe-up sock pattern.

Basic Child's Pattern... - US size 2 needles. Fits 6-8 year old.

Opal Kids' Socks - US size 1 needles.[/url]
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Various Patterns for Needle Cases

A sewn caddy for Circs -

http://www.knitlist.com/2003/NeedleHanger.htm

A crochet Caddy for needles/ Hooks

http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/lffunt/longhookcase.html

A Sewn Needle Roll made out of reclaimed fabric/ clothing

http://www.moonarts.com/blog/free_pa...edle-print.htm

Another Sewn Circular Caddy to hang on a door or wall

http://keyboardbiologist.net/Patterns/CircularCaddy.htm


A Knitted Knitting Needle Roll

http://www.planetshoup.com/easy/knit/rollndl.shtml


A knitted needle case with a zip that would make a great pencil case too.
Scroll down as it is the second pattern .

http://www.woolflowers.net/patterns.html

A knitted then felted needle case with pretty felted flower trim

http://www.patonsyarns.com/pattern.php?PG=craft


A knitted , then felted & embroidered attractive purse that would make a great needle case -

http://www.roxycraft.com/small_felted_clutch.htm


I apologise that I did not follow the order that was stated but I had already posted this list elsewhere in the forum in answer to a query !
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Is there any fast way tp place them here or is it a case of re-typing them all out again with one finger ?
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