The Muse Scarlett Yvette Royal

The Muse Scarlett Yvette Royal

Thursday, October 23, 2014

How to Loom Knit Doll Dress



Doll Dress

Items:
24 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
scrap yarn

Terms:
EW: E-Wrap
CO: Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
ID: Internal Decrease
COF: Cast Off

24 peg loom: Flat: 1 strand of yarn
EW CO 24 Pegs
Row 1-2: K24
Row 3: P24
Row 4-7: K24
Row 8: P24
Row 9-12: K24
Row 10: P24:
Row 11-30: K24
Row 31: ID 24to12 pegs
Row 32-41: K12
Row 42: P12
Row 43-44: K12
Row 45: P4, COF4, P4
Row 46-49: P4
COF
Repeat other side P4 pegs 4rows then COF
Tighten Cast on, make 2, sew sides of dress up to waist. Sew shoulder straps. Tuck your ends in. Your done!!!

How to loom knit a doll




Doll

Items:
12 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
polyfil
2 eyes
1 Skein of yarn 4ply doubled strands

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
EW: E-Wrap
DEW: Double E-Wrap
P: Purl
D: Decrease
COF: Cast Off
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off

Head: 12 pegs: Circular:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1: EW12
Row 2-8: DEW12
Row 9: DEW5, (Nose DEW1 5times), DEW6
Row 10-20: DEW12
DSCOF
Close off top of head, tighten cast on to straight rather than loose. Stuff.

Body: 12 Pegs: Circular:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1: EW12
Row 2-3: DEW12
Row 4: P12
Row 5-15: DEW12
COF
Close up bottom, stuff, sew head on body.

Arms: 9 pegs: Flat
DSCO 9 pegs
Row 1: EW9
Row 2-4: DEW9
Row 5: DEW4 (Thumb DEW2 5times) DEW3
Row 6: DEW9
Row7: D1 DEW1, DEW5, D1 DEW1 (7)
Row 8: D1 DEW1, DEW5 (6)
Row 9-17: DEW6
COF
Make 2, Sew up arm side, stuff, then sew on the sides of the body at the very top of the body.

Legs: 12 pegs: Flat:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1: EW12
Row 2-4: DEW12
Row 5: D1 DEW1, DEW8, D1 DEW1 (10)
Row 6: D1 DEW1, DEW6, D1 DEW1 (8)
Row 7-15: DEW8
COF
Make 2, Sew up the front of the leg, stuff. Then sew on the purled line, lining the outer edges of the legs with the arms.

Add eyes and embroider mouth. Add hair and your done. :-)

Note: Doing the hair you have several techniques you can do, I would suggest looking them up online. I personally take a lid wrap the yarn around it several times and sew the strands together. Then I hot glue the seam in and fold it in half. This keeps the hair from coming out.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

How to Loom Knit Fall Baby Booties




Fall Baby Booties

Makes size 3-4 booties for toddlers.
Items:
12 peg loom
Scrap yarn
Looming hook
Crafters Needle
Crochet hook

Terms:
CO: Cast On
EW: E-Wrap
K: Knit
P: Purl
WT: Wrap and Turn
OLB: Original Loops Back on the Pegs
COF: Cast Off

12pegs: Circular
EW CO 12 pegs
Row1-2: K12
Row3: K6 P6
Row4: K12
Row5-14: Repeat rows 3 and 4
Row15: K6, P6, WT, K6, WT, P5, WT, K4, WT, P3, WT, K2, WT, K3, K4, K5, K6, K6
Row16-19: K12
Row20: (Scale: EW3 3rows, EW2 1row, EW1 1 row, EW2 1 row, EW3 3rows, OLB) Repeat 3 times
Row21-23: EW12
Row24: EW1 (Scale: EW3 3rows, EW2 1row, EW1 1row, EW2 1row, EW3 3rows, OLB) Repeat 3 times. Note: yes the 1st peg you EW will get used on the last scale.
Row25-27: EW12
Row28: Repeat row 20
Row29: EW12
Row30: P12
COF
Tighten cast on, sew up toe, tuck ends, make 2. To add tread simply add hot glue to the purled rows on the bottom of the bootie.  To make smaller for a baby, follow the pattern up to row 10, then move to row16, follow up to row20 and at row20 knit instead or EW. This should make a smaller bootie for a baby.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Purchase a Realistic Owl Hat

This is the $40 dollar snow owl hat. Simple and less ridges.
 This is the size large hat, completed in Lions Brand Homespun Yarn. You can ask for this option of yarn if you would like.
 This is a kind of fun version of the hat, done in large, and a netted technique for the back. This would be an $80 hat if you wanted the netted technique with beads added.
 This was a hat completed in wool yarn, if you would like wool yarn you must add an extra $7 to your order.
This is a version of the snow owl hat with a crocodile stitch, this is $80 dollars as well if you want this particular stitch. You can still get a snow owl hat for cheaper, just keep the face area and smooth out the back of the hat. 
 If you put no yarn specifics in this is the hat you are ordering for the great horned owl. Periodically I will be adding in pictures of hats as they get made. I will also be adding in the size variations as well as the style differences. Still need to add the snow owl and fun owl hat to pictures.


If you would like to purchase a Realistic Owl Hat, here are a few things to know.

1.When ordering an Owl hat allow 2-3weeks to complete and ship out the hat, the reason being is that these hats are made on demand, when you order, that is when they get put down to be made. So if you are considering ordering one for a Christmas gift, please put in your order now to be sure it is ready for Christmas. As of this very minute the hat would get to you faster than 2 weeks, but this can be subject to change depending on orders, if they start to add up quickly.

2. I customize size, color, and yarn. If you want a smaller size naturally it is cheaper, but will typically fit a baby to a child. The standard size fits and older child to adult woman, and the large size fits adult woman to mens. If you want the fun color choice option you need to send me a message telling me your 3 colors. These colors need to include a dark, medium, and light color. The great horned owl is the standard, the snow owl will be white with a slight variation, and the fun color one is what you choose. Lastly if you want a natural fiber for your yarn please send me a message, this will increase the price by $5, maybe more if you want a specialty fiber that is expensive.

3. This is an original design, so you won't see this walking around everywhere on peoples heads.



Sizes
Colors
Made On Demand

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

How to Loom Knit a Witches or Wizards Hat







Witches Hat

Items:
36 peg loom
looming hook
crochet hook
crafters needle
2 skeins of yarn

Terms:
CO: Cast On
EW: E-Wrap
P: Purl
T: Turn to go other direction
D: Decrease
COF: Cast Off

Brim: 12 pegs: Flat
EW CO 12 pegs
Row 1-2: EW12
Row 3: EW6, T EW4 P2, EW7, T EW5 P2, EW8, TEW6 P2, EW9, T EW7 P2, EW10, T EW8 P2, EW11, T EW9 P2, EW12
Row 4-10: EW12
Repeat Rows 3-10 5 more times.
COF
Sew ends together

Smaller Brim: 6 pegs: Flat
EW CO 6 pegs
Row 1-2: EW6
Row 3: EW3, T EW1 P2, EW4, T EW2 P2, EW5, T EW3 P2, EW6
Row 4-10: EW6
Repeat rows 3-10 5 more times.
COF
Sew ends together.

Hat: 36 pegs: Circular
EW CO 36 pegs
Row 1-7: EW 36
Row 8: EW18 (start working flat)
Row 9: D1 EW1, EW14, D1 EW1 (16)
Row 10-12: EW16
Row 13: D1 EW1, EW12, D1 EW1 (14)
Row 14-16: EW14
Row 17: D1 EW1, EW10, D1 EW1 (12)
Row 18-20: EW12
Row 21: D1 EW1, EW8, D1 EW1 (10)
Row 22-24: EW10
Row 25: D1 EW1, EW6, D1 EW1 (8)
Row 26-28: EW8
Row 29: D1 EW1, EW4, D1 EW1 (6)
Row 30-31: EW6
Row 32: D1 EW1, EW2, D1 EW1 (4)
Row 33-34: EW4
Row 35: D1 EW1, D1 EW1 (2)
Row 36: EW2
Row 37: D1 EW1 (1)
Snip end pull through. Repeat rows 8-37 on other side. Sew up sides, then sew on brim. Your Done!!!


Note for smaller or larger sizes: When doing the brim, if you are going down to the next loom size of 30 pegs only repeat the concept 5 total times rather than 6.
If larger 40 pegs repeat concept 7 total times rather than 8.
When doing the hat for the smaller size row 1-5 EW then divide the loom in half and start the decrease concept which is decrease then EW 3 rows, decrease then EW 3 rows.
When doing the larger hat size row 1-9 EW, then divide the loom in half and start decreasing then EW3 rows, decrease then EW 3r

Thursday, October 2, 2014

How to Loom Knit Gloves Round Loom


Gloves on Round Looms

Supplies:
31 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
1 skein of 4ply yarn

Terms:
DSCO:Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
D: Decrease
COF: Cast Off

31 peg loom: fingers to base
Index Finger
DSCO 9 pegs
Row 1-15: K9 (Half finger, K9 11 rows)
(Move your end loops in by 1 peg. Looks like a decrease but we aren't decreasing)
Middle Finger
DSCO 5 pegs
Row 1-21: K5 (Half finger, K5 15rows)
(Move your loop from your index finger back to where it was, the move your loop on the other end in by one peg to prep for the ring finger. We will be doing this concept all the way around, with each finger.)
Ring Finger
DSCO 5 pegs
Row 1-17: K5 (Half finger, K5 11 rows)
Repeat step above on moving your end loops around.
Pinky Finger
DSCO 8 pegs
Row 1-15: K8 (Half finger, K8 9 rows)
Repeat step above on moving your end loops around.
Ring Finger
DSCO 5 pegs
Row 1-17: K5 (Half finger, K5 11 rows)
Repeat step above
Middle Finger
DSCO 5 pegs
Row 1-21: K5 (Half finger, K5 15 rows)
Move your index finger loop back over  and now you can start working circularly. It is okay if you didn't cut your yarn when adding the fingers. You can cut that later.
Now working the upper part of the hand
Row 1-15: K31
Row 16: K2 (Thumb K5 29rows, flat) K22 (Half finger Thumb, K5 11rows, K2, D1 K1, K1, K5 11 rows)
Row 17-23: K31
Row 24: K20
Row 25: D1 K1, K29 (30)
Row 26: D1 K1, K26, D1 K1 (28)
Row 27: D1 K1, K24, D1 K1 (26)
Row 28: D1 K1, K22, D1 K1 (24)
Row 29: K1, P1 11times
Row 30: P1, K1 11times
Row 31-38: Repeat rows 29 and 30 4times
COF
Turn inside out. Sew up cuff and gather the stiches around the decreased area.  Sew up your thumb area. Now Tighten your Cast on with all your finger ends. The cut the extra dangling strings in half. Use these strings to tie your fingers in place to prep to sew all your fingers together. After you do that, sew all your fingers up at once, and snip all your extra yarn and flip right side out. Make 2 and your done.  If you made the half fingers you will need to crochet and edge around the tops of the finger holes. Also would suggest an EW CO rather than a Draw String Cast On.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Realistic Owl Hat Pattern


With this pattern you will receive through your e-mail a PDF file of the pattern written out, as well as 2 links to the private Youtube tutorial and tips videos. All for just $2. Please make sure you include your Youtube e-mail address so that I can add you to the list to be able to see the videos, it is a private video and the only thing your e-mail will be used for is adding you to the list to see the video. I have no need to spam you, I don't have the time for that nonsense. 




Realistic Owl Hat Pattern