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We Like Knitting: Owl Sweater & Hat - Free Pattern Owl Knitting Pattern, Knitting Patterns Free, Knit Patterns, Free Knitting, Free Pattern, Owl Sweater, Knit Baby Sweaters, Knitted Baby Clothes, Baby Boy Knitting

Owl Sweater & Hat - Free Pattern

This free pattern is for a lovely owl sweater and hat set that those special little ones (newborn to 18 months) will love to wear. The sweater and hat set is knitted and designed in a new yarn from Misti Alpaca called Best of Nature Organic Cotton, a 1

Homemade knitted mittens with trout fish on. Homemade knitted mittens with trout fish on. Knitted Mittens Pattern, Knit Mittens, Knitted Gloves, Knitting Socks, Hand Knitting, Loom Knitting, Knitting Machine, Vintage Knitting, Knitting Charts

ᐈ Köp & sälj Stickade & virkade mössor & vantar

Stickade & virkade mössor & vantar - Hemslöjd på Tradera ✅ Köp & sälj begagnat & oanvänt på Tradera - enkelt & hållbart

Ravelry: Selbu-Baaa-Ter pattern by Mary Scott Huff Mittens Pattern, Knit Mittens, Knitted Gloves, Knitting Socks, Hand Knitting, Wrist Warmers, Hand Warmers, How To Purl Knit, Fair Isle Knitting

Selbu-Baaa-Ter pattern by Mary Scott Huff

Originally designed as an exclusive for the Knitters Review Retreat in 2012, Slebu-Baaa-Ter are a modern twist on traditional Norwegian mittens. Love Sheep? Who doesn’t? These are the beginning of your Dream Flock. Count them, why don’t ya? Then make a pair for all the sheep-lovers you know. And don’t forget yourself!

“Norwegian Mittens for Mimi” Free pattern on Ravelry, love the traditional construction and colors! “Norwegian Mittens for Mimi” Free pattern on Ravelry, love the traditional const… Knitted Mittens Pattern, Fair Isle Knitting Patterns, Knit Mittens, Knitted Gloves, Wrist Warmers, Hand Warmers, Norwegian Knitting, Fingerless Mitts, Knitting Accessories

Norwegian Mittens for Mimi pattern by Anna Mazzarella

Pattern for Norwegian Selbuvotter which I designed after seeing someone wearing mittens with a pattern similar to this. I made these for my little sister but they were so pretty I had to make myself a pair, too. The size is easily changed by switching needle size, as outlined in the pattern. This pattern isn’t too tough and uses pretty big needles and yarn compared to many Norwegian mittens, so it’s a good start for someone who wants to try making a traditional Norwegian mitten for the first…