The Muse Scarlett Yvette Royal

The Muse Scarlett Yvette Royal

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Mini Goat



This pattern is based on a solid colored goat, but example of size and shape in pictures above.
Also use larger goat video as a guide to help with trouble areas in creating this smaller version.

Mini Goat

Items:
12 peg loom
cord loom with 8 pegs
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
2 skeins of yarn (White )
scrap yarn of Tan yarn
polyfil
2 eyes

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
D: Decrease
WT: Wrap and Turn
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off
COF: Cast Off
CC: Change Color
W: White
T: Tan
BOLB: Bring Original Loop Back

Head: 12 pegs: Flat: White:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-4: K
Row 5: K2, (Ear: K2 9rows BOLB) (Horn: CC G K2 9rows BOLB) (Horn 2: K2 9rows BOLB) (Ear 2: CC W K2 9rows BOLB) K2
Row 6-8: K
Row 9: D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, K2, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1 (8)
Row 10-13: K
DSCOF
Sew up snout, and close off that back of the head, and stuff.

Body: 12 Pegs: Circular: White:
Row 1-3: K
Row 4: P5 (Tail: K2 9rows BOLB) P5
Row 5-10: K
Row 11: K2, WT, K4, WT, K3, WT, K2, WT, K2, K3, K4, K5, K9
Row 12: Start working flat K12
Row 13: D1 K1, K8, D1 K1 (10)
Row 14: D1 K1, K6, D1 K1 (8)
Row 15-17: K
COF
Sew up neck, stuff through back end, close up back. Sew on head lining up back of head with tail.

Legs: 8 pegs: Circular: Tan:
DSCO 8 pegs
Row 1: K
Row 2: P
Row 3: K
Row 4-10: CC W
COF
Make 4. Close up bottom, and stuff. Sew on the legs same way you do the large size goat. Follow large goat video for helpful tips. Sew or glue on eyes and your done!!!

Mini Horse



 Use the big horse video as a guide to help with the mini horse.

Mini Horse

Items:
12 peg loom
cord loom with 8 pegs
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
polyfil
black and brown worsted yarn (can be scrap yarn)
2 eyes

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
D: Decrease
WT: Wrap and Turn
COF: Cast Off
CC: Change Color
BL: Black
B: Brown

Head: 12 pegs: Flat: Brown:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1: K
Row 2: K11, WT, K10, WT, K9, WT, K8, WT, K7, WT, K6, WT, K6, K1, (Ear: K2 4rows, K1 2rows, K2 3rows) (Ear 2: K2 3rows, K1 2rows, K3 4rows) K2, K8, K9, K10, K11, K12
Row 3: K
Row 4: D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, K2, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1 (8)
Row 5-6: K
Row 7: K3, K1 3times, K1 3times, K3
Row 8: K
COF
Sew up snout and ears, tight cast on to smooth edge and stuff head.

Body: 12 Pegs: Circular: Brown
Row 1-3: K
Row 4: P
Row 5-10: K
Row 11: K8, WT, K4, WT, K3, WT, K2, WT, K2, K3, K4, K5, K9
Row 12: K
Row 13: Repeat Row 11
Row 14: K6 start working flat, K12
Row 15: D1 K1, K8, D1 K1 (10)
Row 16: D1 K1, K6, D1 K1 (8)
Row 17-19: K
COF
Sew up neck leaving a hole at the top of the neck. Stuff through the back end and close up back end. Sew head on lining up back of the head with center back of the body.

Legs: 8 pegs: Circular: Black:
DSCO 8
Row 1: K
Row 2: P
Row 3: K
Row 4-13: CC B K
COF
Close up end. Stuff. Make 2

Back Legs: 8 pegs: Circular: Black:
DSCO 8
Row 1: K
Row 2: P
Row 3: K
Row 4-7: CC B K
Row 8: K2, WT, K2, WT, K3, K4, K9
Row 9-13: K
COF
Close up end. Stuff. Make 2

Sew front legs on at the wrap and turn area, then follow the line back and sew your back legs on start from the purled line. See picture for help, or look the the large horse video for assistance. Now sew or hot glue your eyes on and your done!!!
  

Loom Knit Mini Sheep



Sheep

Items:
12 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
scrap cream super bulky textured yarn
scrap 2 strands of smooth grey worsted yarn
polyfil
2 black beads for eyes

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
WT: Wrap and Turn
ID: Internal Decrease
D: Decrease
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off
COF: Cast Off
CC: Change Color
G: Grey
C: Cream

Head: 12 pegs: Flat: Cream:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-4: K
Row 5: K2, (Ear: CC G K2 9rows) CC C K6, WT, K4,WT, K3, WT, K2, WT, K2, K3, K4, K5, K6 (repeat ear yes you will over lap by 1 peg)CC C K6 (Note you are knitting over the ear pegs when you change back to your cream yarn. )
Row 6: K
Row 7-8: CC G K
Row 9: ID 12 to 6 pegs
Row 10-12: K
DSCOF
Sew up snout, ears, and close up back of head, then stuff.

Body: 12 pegs: Circular: Cream:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-3: K
Row 4: K5 (Tail: K2 9rows) K5
Row 5: CC G (Leg 1: K3 14rows) Then work backwards to the previous 3 pegs (Leg 2: K3 14 rows) CC C go back to the normal circular knit. Knit 12
Row 6-12: K
Row 13: Repeat row 5
Row 14: K
Row 15: K2, WT, K4, WT, K3, WT, K2, WT, K2, K3, K4, K5, K9,
Row 16: start working flat K12
Row 17: D1 K1, K8, D1 K1 (10)
Row 18: D1 K1, K6, D1 K1 (8)
Row 19-21: K8
COF
Sew up neck, legs, tail, and close up back of body. Stuff, and sew head on lining up back of head with tail.  Sew or hot glue your beads on for eyes and your done.

If you want to make a bigger sheep on the 24 peg loom double everything. ( meaning if you have 4 rows do 8. Also if you are doing an area like the ear double the pegs you use instead of 2 use 4.) Think of it like a recipe when cooking. By doubling everything you will be doubling the size of the animal.  Or you can do adjustments to the goat to create the sheep at a larger size. Just keep in mind you do the wrap and turn  section to half of the loom on the head.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

How to Loom Knit an Alpaca





Alpaca

Items:
12 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
1 skein of textured yarn super bulky
1 skein of smooth yarn super bulky
polyfil
2 eyes

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
EW: E-Wrap
P: Purl
K: Knit
I: Increase
ID: Internal Decrease
D: Decrease
WT: Wrap and Turn
BOLB: Bring Original Loop Back
CY: Change Yarn
T: Textured
S: Smooth
COF: Cast Off
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off

Head: 12 pegs: Flat: Textured Yarn
DSCO 12
Row 1-5: EW
Row 6: EW3 (Ear: CY S K2, I1, K2, I1, K3, K4 3rows, K3, K2 3rows, K3, K4 3rows, D1 K1, D1 K1, BOLB, CY T EW2) EW2 (Repeat other ear) EW3
Row 7: EW
Row 8: EW8, WT, EW4, WT, EW3, WT, EW2, WT, EW2, EW3, EW4, EW5, EW9
Row 9: EW
Row 10: CC S EW
Row 11: ID from 12 to 6 pegs
Row 12-13: EW6
Row 14: EW2, K1 3times, K1 3times, EW2
Row 15: EW6
DSCOF
Sew up snout, close back of head, and stuff. If you didn't do the BOLB sew your ears up.

Body: 12 pegs: Circular: Textured:
DSCO 12
Row 1-3: EW
Row 4: P
Row 5: EW5, (Tail: EW2, I1, EW2, I1, EW3, EW4 4rows, EW3, EW2 3rows, EW3, EW4 4rows, D1 EW1, D1 EW1, EW2 2rows BOLB) EW5
Row 6-13: EW
Row 14: EW6 (start working flat) EW9, WT, EW6, WT, EW5, WT, EW4, WT, EW3, WT, EW2, WT, EW2, EW3, EW4, EW5, EW6, EW7, EW9
Row 15: D1 EW1, D1 EW1, EW4, D1 EW1, D1 EW1 (8)
Row 16-24: EW
COF
Sew up neck, stuff, then close back end. Sew on head lining up back of head with tail. Sew up tail if you didn't do the BOLB.

Legs: 12 pegs: Circular: Smooth:
DSCO 12
Row 1-3: K
Row 4: P
Row 5-7: K
Row 8: CY T P
Row 9-17: EW (if you want thinner legs Knit and add 3 or 4 extra rows)
COF
Close up bottom of leg and stuff. Make 4. Find the base of the 2 columns that were not wrapped and turned at the base of the body. Start sew the leg at the base back, follow that line and sew the back leg on starting from the purled line on the back end. Repeat on both sides. If you have questions here check the video. Sew or glue your eyes on following the ears down to the base of the snout and sew your eyes on there. Your done!!!
(Note: if you want to do a darker alpaca I could suggest using 2 strands of textured yarn rather than one, reason being is with darker colors the filling will show through. )

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Cabled Hooded Cowl




 One size fits all, this hat fits a man, woman, child, and even toddler. On the children it turns into a cape rather than a cowl.

Cabled Hooded Cowl

Items:
41 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
3skeins of super bulky yarn

Terms:
CO: Cast On
EW: E-Wrap
P: Purl
2LCC: 2 Peg Left Cable Cross
2RCC: 2 Peg Right Cable Cross
D: Decrease
I: Increase
WT: Wrap and Turn
BOLB: Bring Original Loops Back
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off

Shoulder Panels: Flat: 41 Pegs:
EW CO 41 pegs
Row 1: EW
Row 2-5: P
Row 6: EW10, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW10
Row 7: EW10: P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW10
Row 8: Repeat row 6
Row 9: EW10, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW10
Row 10-13: Repeat rows 6-9
Row 14: Repeat row 6
Row 15: Repeat row 7
Row 16: D1 EW1, EW8, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW8, D1 EW1 (39)
Row 17: EW9, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW9
Row 18: D1 EW1, EW7, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW7, D1 EW1 (37)
Row 19: EW8, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW8
Row 20: D1 EW1, EW6, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW6, D1 EW1 (35)
Row 21: EW7, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW7
Row 22: D1 EW1, EW5, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW5, D1 EW1 (33)
Row 23: EW6, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1,  2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW6
Row 24: D1 EW1, EW4, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW4, D1 EW1 (31)
Row 25: EW5, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW5
Row 26: D1 EW1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, D1 EW1 (29)
Row 27: D1 EW1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1 D1 EW1 (27)
Row 28: D1 EW1, EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, D1 EW1 (25)
Row 29: D1 EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, D1 EW1 (23)
Row 30: D1 P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, D1 P1 (21)
Row 31: P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P1
Repeat rows 1-31 to create another half. Put your first half on a stitch holder. Once done place the other half back on the loom. At this point you will want to start working circularly.
Starting the neck area, we will be starting to work circular. What you will need to do is re-attach your loops from your first panel you made. Make sure the positive side is facing you when you put your loops back on the loom. Starting from right to left, place your first loop on your stitch holder over the last loop on the panel on the loom. Then place the rest of the loops on the loom. Mark your cable zones if you so wish.
Neck area: Circular: 41 pegs:
Row 32: P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2
Row 33: P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2
Row 34: P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3,P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2
Row 35: P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2
Row36-48: Repeat rows 32-35 3times
We have completed the neck and are fixing to start working flat to open the face area up.
Row 49: EW2, P7, D1 P1, P6, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, (this row is extended to start working flat) EW2, P1, EW6 (40)
Start working Flat
Row 50: P7, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW6
Row 51: P7, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW6
Row 52: P7, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW6
Row 53: P7, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW6
Row 54-78: Repeat rows 50-53 6times
Now we are going to make a bill or visor which we will be then reconnecting our ends to eventually start working circular again.
Row 79: I1 adding back in that empty loop, EW6, WT, P13, WT, EW12, WT, P11, WT, EW10, WT, P9, WT, EW8, WT, P7, WT, EW6, WT, P5, WT, EW4, WT, EW4 
EW2 P1 EW2,
EW2 P1 EW3,
EW3 P1 EW3,
EW1 2RCC P1 EW1 2RCC P1,
P1 EW3 P1 EW3 P1,
P1 2LCC EW1 P1 2LCC EW1 P1 EW1,
EW1 P1 EW3 P1 EW3 P1 EW1,
EW1 P1 EW1 2RCC P1 EW1 2RCC P1 EW2,
EW2 P1 EW3 P1 EW3 P1 EW2,
EW2 P1 2LCC EW1 P1 2LCC EW1 P1 EW2 P1
P1 EW2 P1 EW3 P1 EW3 P1 EW2 P1
P1 2LCC P1 EW1 2RCC P1 EW1 2RCC P1 2RCC P1
BOLB toss bottom loops over the top. Bill or visor complete.
Row 80: (New Starting Point) EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, 2RCC, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1
Row 81: EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, EW2, P1,
Row 82: EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, 2LCC, EW1, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1
Row 83: EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P1, EW3, P1, EW3, P1, EW2, P1, EW2, P2, EW2, P1, 2LCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, EW1, 2RCC, P1, 2RCC, P1,  
Row 84-92: Repeat rows 80-82 2times
Decrease by every other peg toss bottom loops over top and DSCOF
Sew up sides of the shoulders and your done!!!!

Monday, February 9, 2015

How to Loom Knit a Pig






Small Pig

Items:
12 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
size f crochet hook
2 strands of worsted yarn (can use a scrap yarn)
polyfil
black puff paint

Terms:
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
ID: Internal Decrease
BOLB: Bring Original Loops Back
DSCOF: Draw String Cast Off

Working from bottom to nose: Circular: 12 pegs:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-3: K
Row 4: P
Row 5: K3, Leg1 K3 15rows, Leg2 K3 15rows, K3
Row 6-14: K
Row 15: Repeat row 5
Row 16-19: K
Row 20: (Ear1 K3 4rows, K2 1row, K1 1row, K2 1row, K3 4rows, BOLB) K6, (repeat other ear)
Row 21: K6, start working flat going back the direction you came.
Row 22-24: K
Row 25: ID 12 to 6 pegs
Row 26-28: K6
Row 29: P
Row 30-31: K
DSCOF
Sew up snout and legs. Stuff. Close off back of bottom. Take some scrap yarn and a size f crochet hook and chain 8, then slip stitch back. sew in tail. Use puff black fabric paint to make eyes. Let dry and your done.

Monday, February 2, 2015

How to Loom Knit a Horse





Horse

Items:
24 and 12 peg loom
looming hook
crafters needle
crochet hook
polyfil
super bulky to bulky yarn 2 skeins
2 eyes

Terms:
CO: Cast On
DSCO: Draw String Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
WT: Wrap and Turn
D: Decrease
BOLB: Bring Original Loop Back
COF: Cast Off
CC: Change Color
B: Brown
BL: Black

Head: 24 pegs: Flat
DSCO 24 peg
Row 1-2: K
Row 3: K23, WT, K22, WT, K21, WT, K20, WT, K19, WT, K18, WT, K17, WT, K16, WT, K15, WT, K14, WT, K13, WT, K12, WT, K11, WT, K10, WT, K10, K1(Ear: K4 7rows, K2 4rows, K4 6rows, BOLB) (ear: K4 6rows, K2 4rows, K4 7rows, BOLB), K2, K12, K13, K14, K15, K16, K17, K18, K19, K20, K21, K22, K23,K24
Row 4-6: K
Row 7: D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, K4, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1, D1 K1 (14)
Row 8-11: K
Row 12: K4 (Nostril: K2 5rows) K2, repeat nostril, K4
Row 13-14: K
COF
Sew up nose and snout of the head and stuff.

Body: 24 pegs: Circular:
DSCO 24 circular
Row 1-5: K
Row 6: P
Row 7-16: K
Row 17: K10, D1 K1 (Start working flat)
Row 18: K21, D1 K1 (22)
Row 19: K16, WT, K10, WT, K9, WT, K8, WT, K7, WT, K6, WT, K6, K7, K8, K9, K10, K11, K17
Row 20: D1 K1, K18, D1 K1 (20)
Row 21: K15, WT, K10, WT, K9, WT, K8, WT, K7, WT, K6, WT, K6, K7, K8, K9, K10, K11, K16
Row 22: D1 K1, K16, D1 K1 (18)
Row 23: K
Row 24: D1 K1, K14, D1 K1 (16)
Row 25: K
Row 26: D1 K1, K12, D1 K1 (14)
Row 27-28: K
COF
Sew up neck, close bottom, stuff. Sew on Head.

Front Legs: 12 Pegs: Circular:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-2: K
Row 3: P
Row 4-17: K
COF
Make 2, close up bottom, and stuff.

Back legs: 12 pegs: Circular:
DSCO 12 pegs
Row 1-2: K
Row 3: P
Row 4-7: K
Row 8: K6, WT, K5, WT, K4, WT, K3, WT, K2, WT, K2, K3, K4, K5, K12
Row 9-17: K
COF
 Make 2, close up bottom, and stuff.

Sew the head on first lining the back of the head up with the back of the body. Also follow the 6 columns on the body that exsist between the wrap and turns. Follow the base and sew the front legs on from that point follow the line to the back sew from the purled line. Glue or sew the eyes in the middle lined up from the outer ears and the decreased section. Also weave in your mane lined up with the center with the connecting yarn between the columns. Find the center back purled lines, weave in tail on the 3 center purled line. After that your done!!!!