Can you believe it! We are on the Christmas Stocking Make-Along Knit Part 6, the last section. I have to say it’s a little bittersweet. I’ve enjoyed this event so much I don’t want it to end. But I’m also excited to see your completed stockings! And be sure to come back and share them again through the holidays. I know I can’t wait to decorate this year now that I have two new stockings to display.
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From the bottom of my heart I want to say thank you for joining me. This is my first time doing an event like this as well as recording a video in this way. I’m so new at this and I plan on getting better as I go, so thanks for joining me on this ride as I learn new skills. I know with everything I do the first few times are a little bumpy but trying is what matters. Just like learning to knit right? Our first projects were not perfect, but still an awesome accomplishment.
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Christmas Stocking Make-Along Knit Part 6 Instructions:
|1||Using US 5 (3.75) needle, place the top held stitches from the provisional cast on back onto the needles. Or pick up all stitches around the top if a different cast on method was used. With CC yarn work in rib (k1, p1) around. Continue to work in rib stitches until top cuff length is 7 inches. Use the traditional bind off and weave in ends. Fold the in half over the top of the stocking.||60|
|Row 1||With US 5 (3.75 mm) needles and MC color yarn, cast on 6||6|
|2-30||Working in rows use stockinette stitch for a total of 30 rows||6|
|Fasten off leaving a tail and sew tab to stocking on the top inside of the cuff on the heel side.|
Knit Pompom Ball
|Set up||Cast on 6 sts and work in the round.||6|
|1||Kf&b in each stitch||12|
|2||Knit (for every even row in this section)||12|
|3||*Kf&b, k1*; repeat from * to * around||18|
|5||*Kf&b, k2*; repeat from * to * around||24|
|7||*Kf&b, k3*; repeat from * to * around||30|
|11||*k2tog, k3*; repeat from * to * around||24|
|13||*k2tog, k2*; repeat from * to * around||18|
|15||*k2tog, k1*; repeat from * to * around (stuff with fiberfill or yarn scraps)||12|
|Fasten off and use tail end to weave through remaining stitches and close the top opening. Use the beginning tail to close any opening from the cast on edge. Weave in all ends.|
Using a crochet hook, tie a slip knot and place it on the hook. Insert the hook through the top of the fur ball and yarn over, pull the yarn through the ball and the loop on the hook. Chain for approx. 12 inches and then repeat from * to * for the second ball. Fasten off and weave in ends. Using a larks-head knot, tie the chain strand to the stocking tab. Weave in any missed ends and enjoy.
Knit & Tag
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