Among us

These I made for my boys… easy and fun to make.

They are from the game Among Us, so they may be subject to copyright.

You can find the pattern, here on my website, along with other free patterns, in the free pattern section in English og på dansk.

Herringbone pullover

This pullover, I made without a pattern and I am not at that point where I have models, make-up artist and professional photographs of my work, just me wearing my finished sweater and I am very happy with the result. 😀

This is my first knitting pattern. First time ever writing it, scaling it in size and making something without a pattern.

The Herringbone pullover is a bottom up, knitted in the round pullover with a knitted herringbone pattern around the waist, loosely hugging the waist. The pullover is spacious around the bust & body with a wide neckline and bishop sleeves with high cuffs.The pullover is not snug around the body, part of my cozy, chunky, funky design/style.

As of now the pattern is undergoing the test knitting process and will be available via Raverly, when it is ready, at my designer page.https://www.ravelry.com/designers/gribbadk

KNITTING INFO:
Knitted in the round.
Bottom up.
Herringbone stitch.
Stockinette stitch.

MATERIALS:
12 mm circular needle for the herringbone pattern, with 80 cm wire for the body and 60 cm wire for the neck.
10 mm circular needle with 120 cm wire for body.

12 mm double pointed needles for sleeves.
10 mm double pointed needles for sleeves.

GAUGE 1:
Herringbone stitch gauge using needle 12 mm = 16 sts x 16 rows.
GAUGE 2:
Stockinette stitch gauge using needle 10 mm = 13 sts x 15 rows.

Size I made:
XL
Bust: 112
Waist: 100 cm
Sleeve length: 48cm

Cute Bunny

Octopus

How cute is this one… made it for the daughter of my husbands cousin.

The pattern I found here: https://lefthandedcrocheter.com/2016/08/16/octopus-frenzy/

and the flower I don’t remember, found some flower via google and picked one.

Bumblebee/Butterfly rattle

I found images of some totally cute crochet butterfly (rattle)… and free patterns that are similar on hobbii.dk / hobbii.com and amigurumi.today (and these ones in danish opskrift på hæklede insekter/bricksite.com), that I used as inspiration to do the pattern.

When I found the images, I wanted to make some but I could not find the pattern for them… I looked and searched… but no luck (at the time)!

So I had to figure out the pattern myself.. it went ok… if I say so myself…

The original pattern/image that I found is much cuter and I just couldn’t figure out how to make it as cute. My version is just a sad little thing compared to the pattern I wanted. But luckily the baby’s that got them don’t care.

Here bellow you can see that at this point I was still working on the pattern as there were some details I did not think were good enough… And the mouth I need to learn to do better!

I will get there…

This is the second version of the pattern and I like it so far, the butterfly/bumblebee is not big but has the perfect size for a very little one.

You can find the pattern, along with other free patterns, in English in the free pattern section.

Later I found the original pattern for sale here.

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