"Childrens Hospital Donation"

"Childrens Hospital Donation"
This is the load of Baby Hats, Blankies, Teddy's Bears & Dolls we took to
Childrens Hospital In Little Rock today.. There are over 400 Baby hats...

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Children's Easy Neckwarmer (K)

7/11/2018
                                        Children’s easy neck warmer

7 needles
WW 4 ply yarn

NOTE:
I may try size 6 needles and co 76 and see how it fits pre-schoolers

CO 88
Rows1-30: K2, P2
Cast off sew side seam

As you can see this is stretchy enough to pull up over mouth and nose with bitter cold winters

Also these stretch big enough for small children up to maybe 10-12 yrs old

Friday, May 18, 2018

X-st Soap Sacks

                                         “ X-st Soap Sacks”
                              Perfect for Blessing Boxes or for giving to the Homeless

Made of cotton or cotton blend so their soft enough to use as a wash cloth 
yet sturdy enough to hang it in your shower to dry after use. Also just toss in 
your washer & dryer for easy cleaning

H hook
1. Ch 5, join to form ring, ch 3, make 11 dc in ring, join to top of ch 3, (12 sts)

2. Ch 3, 1 dc in same st, 2 dc in each of next 2 sets, 3 dc in next st, *2 dc in

 next 3 sts, 3 dc in next st. Repeat * 1 more time, join to top of ch 3 (27sts)

3-8. ch 3, 1 dc in each sts around, join,

9. ch 2, 1 hdc in each st around, join,

10.  ch 2, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, now work 1 dc in 

st just skipped, (x st just made), *Repeat around, join,

11. Repeat row 9

12. ch 1,  1 sc in ch 1 space, sl st into next st, ch 14, join with a sl st in 1st ch, 1 sc in each of next 12 sts, ch 2, skip 2 sts, 1 sc in last 11 sts, join to to ch 1, finish off


NOTE: the ch 2 space is to slip your hanging hook through (Purple & yellow Sack Above), ,


Add a bar of soap still in its original package and give away. 



Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Church Cradles



When our Granddaughters were young we called these cradle purses.

Now I like to call them church cradle's to keep little girls quiet in church. They each hold a 4” teddy bear or doll

Monday, January 8, 2018

Grandmas Mittens (C)


Hook Sizes:            {DO NOT JOIN ROUNDS, PLACE MARKER}
E - ages 2-4
G - Ages 4-7
H - Ages 7 -10/12

NOTE: larger size in ( ), I use this size when making G hook 4-7 yrs of age

BODY:
1. ch 2, 5 (6) sc in 2nd chain from hook, (5 sts), (6 sts)

2. 1 sc in next st, PLACE MARKER IN THIS STITCH, now
work another sc in same st, 2 sc in each remaining st (10 sts), (12 sts)

3. 1 sc in next st, PLACE MARKER IN THIS STITCH, now
work another sc in same st, *1 sc in next st, 2 sc in next,
*Repeat around (15 sts) ( 18sts)

4. 1 sc in next st, PLACE MARKER IN THIS STITCH, now
work another sc in same st, *1 sc in each of next 2 sts,
2 sc in next, *Repeat around (20 sts), (24 sts )

5. 1 sc in next st, PLACE MARKER IN THIS STITCH, now
work another sc in same st, *1 sc in each of next 4 sts,
2 sc in next [when working with sts in ( ) 1 sc in last 3 sts]
*Repeat around (24 sts), (29 sts)

6-17. 1 sc in each st, **Remember to keep placing your
marker each row

18. 1 sc in next st, place marker, ch 6, skip next 6 sts,
1 sc in remaining sts to marker

19. 1 sc in each st and each chain (24 sts)**Remember to
keep placing your marker each row

20 - 25.  1 sc in each st, **Remember to keep placing your
marker each row, sl st into next st and fasten off UNLESS
your working your cuff with same color yarn


26-30. Join yarn in same st you sl st into from body of mitten;
*1 hdcfp, 1 hdcbp, *Repeat around sl st and fasten off

This cuff can be folded over body of mitten if reciever is small and will still fit nicely

THUMB:
1. join yarn in 1 sts along bottom, and each st , now work
1 sc in each st along the top. DO NOT JOIN (12 sts)

2-6. 1 sc in each st, remember to place marker each row (12 sts)

7. *1 sc2tog *repeat around, sl st and fasten off, ***leave long
tail to weave in and out along top to close, secure  (6sts)

Friday, January 5, 2018

Mitten Lady's Magic Mittens

                       Children' s Mittens © Mitten Lady
                    http://mittenlady.com/mittenpattern

NOTE:
I use size 6 & 7 needles when making smaller mitten's, &
NOTE Changes:  I omit rows 31 & 32 so this makes a smaller thumb:;
and I omit rows 45, 46, 47 & 48 to make the body smaller for the little mittens,
then I follow pattern below again as written...
                                     LOVE THIS PATTERN!!!!!!!

I use size 8 needles for children up to maybe 12 yrs of age and follow pattern as written below...

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Using size 8 needles, Cast on 28 Stitches

1-10. k1,p1 ribbing  (I do - k2, p2)

13. increase one in each of the first two stitches, then
knit to last two stitches, increase one in each of last
two stitches...32 Sts
14. P15 add marker, p2, add marker, p15
15. k15, increase one in each of next two stitches, k15
Row's 16,18,30.22,24. purl
17. K15, increase one in next stitch, k2, increase one
in next stitches, K15
19. K15, increase one in next stitch, k4, increase one
in next stitches, K15
21. K15, increase one in next stitch, k6, increase one
in next stitches, K15
23. K15, increase one in next stitch, k8, increase one
in next stitches, K15

25. remove markers in this row, K15, increase one in next
stitch, k10, increase one in next stitches, K15
26.Purl 26 turn

27.k10 turn
28.purl 10 turn

29.k10 turn
30.purl 10 turn

31.k10 turn
32.purl 10 turn
33.k2tog 5 times, thread needle through remaining 5 stitches, sew thumb
34.join yarn and finish row in purl


Row's 35, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45, 47: Knit all sts

Row's 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52: Purl all sts

49.Knit 2 tog, Knit 2, repeat to end
51.Knit2 tog, Knit 1, repeat to end
53.knit 2 tog, repeat to end thread yarn through remaing
stitches and sew side seam of mitten

http://mittenlady.com/mittenpattern