Knitted christmas stocking ornament pattern

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knitted christmas stocking ornament pattern

Knit Christmas Stockings!: 19 Patterns for Stockings & Ornaments by Gwen Steege

Ok. I think this is the fastest turn around in reviewing a book, I have ever done. I got it literally two hours ago! This book was sent to me for review by the publisher.

I unwrapped it and stuck my nose in it.

Ok. I will start off by saying: I like this book!
I have recently reviewed a sock knitting book that left more than a bit to desire (Knit your socks on straight! BARF), so I was a bit shy at first when this tumbled out of the envelope.

After taking an overview of the book, I noticed right away, it had a spine and real binding! So many crafting books now go for the spiral binding. I am not a big fan of the spiral binding. I am always afraid, pages will rip out of it. The only thing worse is the spiral binding with a hard spine.
I was delighted to see a knitting book with a real spine! THANK YOU! I will not have nightmares about pages falling out and trailing after me down the road with this book!

It is also a great size! Not as thin as a leaflet, but not War and Peace size either. Just big enough to have a good amount of patterns in it and keep you interested. Yet still small enough to fit in your project bag, without breaking your back.

I like a compact book.

The second pleasant surprise was the thumbnails of the projects in the contents list! Brilliant idea! Now I dont have to memorize all the names. I can find it by picture.

Once you get past the usual how to section of any crafting book, it gets interesting. The patterns are cute without being overly ambitious. You can start any of these socks and actually get them done without loosing your sanity along the way. Some are easy enough to be next to TV knitting and some will need a bit more concentration, but I really think one does not have to be intimidated by any of them. There is something for a wide variety of skill level.
I looked through all of the patterns and of course found a few that would fit in with my family right away. My daughter joined me and we both decided that we definitely need to make the mix and match stockings for each of us, as they fit the best for our family. The Star Brocade was a close second and will go on my gift giving list.

The patterns themselves are well written and easy to understand and the charts are a nice size, where you wont loose your eye sight trying to read them.

A further nice touch are the ornament patterns. Very cute! I love them all and will definitely make a few to decorate the house!

I would definitely recommend this book to my fellow knitters and Holiday enthusiasts! Great little book to get you in the mood and at $12.95 it wont break the bank to get it.
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How to Knit a Mini Christmas Stocking - FULL TUTORIAL!

Trim the Tree With 11 FREE & Festive Knitted Christmas Ornaments

Looking for a giftable pattern that knits up in just a few hours? These mini stockings can be used as ornaments, baby booties, a garland, a gift topper or even as part of a table setting, like the flatware stockings below from Pottery Barn. CO — cast on k — knit p — purl rnds — rounds sts — stitches sl — slip stitch as if to purl k2tog — k 2 sts together p2tog — p 2 sts together ssk — slip as if to knit, slip as if to purl, k2tog. Using just those 10 sts, work the following. The heel turn: The gusset:

Nothing says Christmas quite like handmade Christmas ornaments. If you want to create lasting memories, check out these 9 Knitted Christmas Ornaments and pick out your favorite free knitting pattern. These Christmas ornament crafts don't take long to create, but the impact is undeniable.
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My roundup of Crochet Christmas Ornaments has been so popular this year, that I thought it would be fun to put together a pattern list for all you knitters out there. Most of these are a great way of using up yarn scraps, and if you are quick with your needles there is still plenty of time to whip up a few before Christmas. Some of the simpler motifs would look great to add a special touch to a gift wrapped parcel. Many of these patterns require double pointed needles and fairly fine yarn, so if you have been wanting to try some new knitting challenges, making ornaments is a good way to practice your skills. These are my favourite patterns from Etsy, they are all instant digital downloads so you can start on your knitting immediately. Some have step by step tutorials which is helpful if you are a beginner. Patterns are ideal for beginners to try.

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Whip up some of these knitted Christmas ornaments as tree decorations or as gifts for family and friends this year. These ornaments use a neat shaping technique called stacked increases. This ornament is a great way to use up even the smallest little scraps of yarn. Photo via Bluprint member SnuginaDub. Know a friend who likes to travel and maybe even owns a campervan? This is the perfect ornament for their tree!

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