Free Angel Vs Devil Wings PDF Knitting Patterns

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Hi Everyone! :)

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What have you been up to? As for me, some people mentioned they would love PDF version of my original knitting patterns, so I’ve been busy converting my first pattern (Angel Vs Devil Wings)  into PDF for you all. It all takes time, so they will come out slowly as my To Do List just keep growing now. *lol*

And I just can’t believe it’s February already…!  Time flies way too fast for me lately, there is so many things that keeps me busy. But as always, my motto is to do the best I can in life and keep going everyday with a smile :D

Until next time!
Dina
xoxo

Download Free Angel Vs Devil Wings PDF Knitting Patterns

 

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Easy Clutch Purse Elegant Women Handbag

AmareeLis Accessories, Bag 7 Comments (DPN) double pointed needles, easy knitting patterns, free knitting patterns, knitted bag, straight needles, very easy knitting patterns

Feel free to link to this pattern by linking directly to this page. Pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without permission from the author. Items made from my pattern may be sold (as long as you credit me as the designer and always link it back to this blog “FreeCuteKnit.com:) ), however this does not apply to business or corporation. Please contact me prior selling them at large scale. © Dina Wirawan


I know making a clutch handbag is not something I usually do, but I want to give Mom a present. This purse is very easy to make as it uses basic knitting techniques (knit & purl). I actually find I spent most of my time sewing the parts together at the end. It’s quite a long process when making up, I didn’t expect it to be honest, but I am so happy that it’s all done!

I love knitting with Cleckheaton Perfect Day 8 ply, must admit I just fell in love with the yarns when I first set my eyes on them. The texture feels really nice to the touch and the colours are just fabulous! I used two different needles size as I don’t have Double Pointed Needles at 4mm size (well, just have to make do with what we have the best we can! ;) )

Free Clutch Purse Handbag Knitting Patterns:

Difficulty Level:
Very Easy Difficulty

 

Skills Required:Easy Elegant Women handbag free knitting patterns
CO: Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
Knit i-Cord
BO: Bind Off

Finished Size:
approx. 16.5cm width x 10cm tall (11cm wrist strap)
(Please note that this size is made with the needles & yarn specified below, different yarns and needles size will produce different results)

Needles: a pair of DPN US 3 – 3.25 mm (i-Cord) & a pair of Straight Needles US 6 – 4 mm (everything else)

Gauge: 26 sts + 32 rows = 4″ (10cm) in Stockinette stitch. (gauge isn’t that important in this case as the bag doesn’t need to fit)

Yarn:
Main Body — Cleckheaton Perfect Day 8 ply in 1005 Dark Brown (dye lot #775947)Easy Clutch Purse Elegant Women Handbag free knitting patterns
Top Decoration — Cleckheaton Perfect Day 8 ply in 1002 Light Brown (dye lot #774302)

Other Materials:
Regular thread of your colour choice
Scanfil Metallic in 1861 Gold Embroidery Thread
Plastic pin heads to secure the fabrics together
Tapestry needle
Sewing needle
A decorative button of your choice
15cm (6″) Sullivans gold metallic teeth zipper
16.5cm x 22cm Silk fabric linings of your choice

Knitting Pattern begins here:

Main Body:

Knitted handbag progress at row 15

Knitted handbag progress at row 15

With straight needles and Dark Brown, CO 42 sts. Leave a very long tail for knitting i-Cord at the end approx 1 meter length(you might want to roll this up and secure this with a temporary pin so it doesn’t get in your way)
Row 1: K
Row 2: P (slip the 1st stitch purl wise so the edges are nice and even)
Row 3: K (slip the 1st stitch knit wise so the edges are nice and even)
Row 4: P (slip the 1st stitch purl wise so the edges are nice and even)

Keep going with Knitting on odd rows and Purling in even rows in similar fashion until Row 32.

Row 33-34: P (you have reached halfway, this is where the bag will fold)

Row 35: K (slip the 1st stitch knit wise so the edges are nice and even)
Row 36: P (slip the 1st stitch purl wise so the edges are nice and even)

Women Handbag Knitting progression row 43

Knitting progression at Row 43, this is the right side. You can see before blocking, the materials curls up.

Once again, keep going with Knitting on odd rows and Purling in even rows in similar fashion until the length of the bag is equal when folded. Ends with a Purling row (I end at Row 64)

Last Row: BO

Cut yarn, leave approx 1 meter tail for knitting i-Cord later on.

Top Decoration:
With straight needles and Light Brown, CO 42 sts.
Row 1: K
Row 2: P24, *K2, P2* x 4 times, K2
Row 3: P2, *K2, P2* x 4 times, K24
Row 4: P24, *K2, P2* x 4 times, K2
Row 5: P2, *K2, P2* x 4 times, K24
Row 6: P26, *K2, P2* x 4 times
Row 7: *K2, P2* x 4 times, K26
Row 8: P26, *K2, P2* x 4 times
Row 9: *K2, P2* x 4 times, K26
Row 10: BO

Cut yarn.

Making up Step-by-Step: (*Important* Before you join the pieces together, block all knitted materials. To block, simply spray lightly with cold water and block materials into shape and pin them to a towel and leave them to dry.)

Knitted purse after blocking

After blocking, the materials will lay straight making it much easier to seam

  1. Once dry, weave the top decoration leftover yarn.
  2. Sew button to the top decoration (use regular colour thread)
  3. Stitch the top decoration to the main body. Use running back stitch. (use metallic gold thread)
  4. Cut lining fabric, match the width to the main body, but add 1.2cm to the length to allow for the zipper.
  5. Cut fabric lining

    Cut fabric lining, increase the length slightly to allow for zipper.

  6. Overlock the edges of the fabric lining so the materials doesn’t fray. (Use sewing machine if you know how to) (use regular colour thread)
  7. Sew the zipper to the fabric lining. Use running back stitch. (Use sewing machine if you know how to) (use regular colour thread)
  8. Sew the fabric lining to main body. Use running back stitch. Being careful when stitching so the threads doesn’t show in the inside lining as you want your stitches to be invisible. (use metallic gold thread)
  9. Clutch Handbag, join the fabric lining to the main body

  10. Sew the sides of fabric lining shut. Use running back stitch. (use regular colour thread)
  11. Sew the fabric lining shut using running back stitch

  12. Sew the sides of main body shut, careful not to sew the lining together. Use running back stitch. (use metallic gold thread)
  13. Sew main body shut, care not to sew the fabric lining

  14. Knit i-Cord, then make a loop to the side of the bag, secure.

Note: For all regular thread, I use 2 strands. For all metallic thread I use 4 strands.



Clutch Handbag backside showing open inside

I realised the making up process might be a little scary to read. So I will make a video and post it once it’s done so you can see exactly what’s going on :)

Making up Video Tutorials ***Updates***

16/11/12: how to weave leftover yarn video uploaded
18/11/12: how to sew a shank button uploaded
20/11/12: how to sew the top decoration to the main body video uploaded

25/11/12: how to overlock stitch by hand
27/11/12: how to install zipper by hand
3/12/12: how to knit iCord for the wrist strap

Remember, if you do make the clutch handbag, I would love it if you can share them with me by either sending me the photos via email for a chance to be published on the blog / tag me on Facebook / upload them in my Ravelry

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Heart & Black Sunglasses / Pirate Eye Patch

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Feel free to link to this pattern by linking directly to this page. Pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without permission from the author. Items made from my pattern may be sold (as long as you credit me as the designer and always link it back to this blog “FREE Cute Knit.com” :) ), however this does not apply to business or corporation. Please contact me prior selling them at large scale. © Dina Wirawan


Pirate pig Oink! cute free knitting patternsAhoy! Here comes Free Accessories time! I was inspired to knit some cute sunglasses for the recently finished Sweet Carrot & Cool Carrot. But once they are done, my little boy started playing and put them on my other finished knitted projects — and the best part is that they work with other toys too! Also, if you make just half of the black sunglasses, it will become a pirate eye patch (yes they are really versatile!). I leave a long tail for the ends so I can just tie it up around the toys, but if you want it permanent, you can sew them on the sides of the face.

free knitting patterns Sweet Carrot & Cool Carrot - cute together wearing sunglassesFree Black Sunglasses / Pirate Eye patch Knitting Patterns:

Difficulty Level:
Very Easy Difficulty

Cute Angel Candy Corn wearing sunglasses free knitting patterns
Skills Required:
CO: Cast On
K: Knit
Kfb: Knit in the front normally, but don’t take off your stitch from the left needle, instead knit another one from the back
K2tog: Knit 2 stitches together
BO: Bind Off

Finished Size:
Black Sunglasses — approx 4cm length (frame only) x 1.2cm tall.
Pirate Eye Patch — approx 2cm length x 1.2cm tall.
(Please note that this size is made with the needles & yarn specified below, different yarns and needles size will produce different results)

Needles: US 0 – 2.0 mm

Yarn:
Sunglasses & Eye Patch — Panda Cotton blend in 2 Black (dye lot #10613)

Knitting Pattern begins here (make 1 = eye patch) (make 2 = black sunglasses):

CO 3Cool Carrot - free cute sunglasses knitting pattern
Row 1: K
Row 2: K
Row 3: Kfb, K2 (4 sts total)
Row 4: K
Row 5: K
Row 6: K2, K2tog (3 sts total)
Row 7: BO1, K1 (2)
Row 8: BO

Cut yarn and leave a long tail for tying. For sunglasses, make 2 and join together by seaming through the top. I have included a video tutorial below to show you what I did :)

Tutorials: How to join 2 pieces of the sunglasses together

Free Heart Sunglasses Knitting Patterns:

Difficulty Level:
Intermediate Difficulty

Skills Required:
CO: Cast On
K: Knit
P: Purl
Fair Isle: Knitting with different colour yarns simultaneously
Kfb: Knit in the front normally, but don’t take off your stitch from the left needle, instead knit another one from the back
Pfb: Purl in the front normally, but don’t take off your stitch from the left needle, instead purl another one from the back
K2tog: Knit 2 stitches as 1 together
P2tog: Purl 2 stitches as 1 together


Pig Oink! Heart Sunglasses - cute free knitting patternsFinished Size: approx 5.5cm length (frame only) x 2cm tall. (Please note that this size is made with the needles & yarn specified below, different yarns and needles size will produce different results)

Needles: US 0 – 2.0 mm

Yarn:
Red — Panda Cotton blend in 18 (dye lot #11621)
Black — Panda Cotton blend in 2 Black (dye lot #10613)

Knitting Pattern begins here (make 2):

With Red, CO 5
Row 1: K
Row 2: K1, (change to Black) K3, Kfb (6 sts total)
Row 3: Pfb, P4, P1 (7 sts total)
Row 4: K2, K4, K1Sweet Carrot Heart Sunglasses - cute free knitting pattern
Row 5: P2, P4, P1
Row 6: K1, K3, K1, K2tog (6 sts total)
Row 7: P2tog, P4 (5 sts total)
Row 8: K

Cut yarn, leave a long tail and thread through the remaining loop with tapestry needle. Make 2 and join together by seaming through the top to secure together in the same way as the black sunglasses.

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Halloween Tiny Witch hat

AmareeLis Accessories, Toys Leave a comment   (DPN) double pointed needles, cute amigurumi toys, easy knitting patterns, free knitting patterns, halloween gift, kid toys, knitted hat, knitted toys, tiny stuffed toys, toy accessories


Feel free to link to this pattern by linking directly to this page. Pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without permission from the author. Items made from my pattern may be sold (as long as you credit me as the designer and always link it back to this blog “FREE Cute Knit.com” :) ), however this does not apply to business or corporation. Please contact me prior selling them at large scale. © Dina Wirawan

Difficulty Level:
Easy Difficulty
Tiny Witch Hat free knitting pattern Skills Required:
CO: Cast On
DPN: Double Pointed Needles
K: Knit
K2tog: Knit 2 stitches as 1 together

Finished Size: approx 3.2cm tall x 2.5cm diameter at largest outer brim (the actual hole of the hat is to fit head 0.9cm diameter) (Please note that this size is made with the needles & yarn specified below, different yarns and needles size will produce different results)
*Important* due to its tiny size this witch hat is not suitable for children under 3yo.

Needles: US 0 – 2.0 mm

Yarn:
Hat — Panda Cotton Blend 8ply in 2 Black (dye lot #10613)

Special Features:
Scraps of orange yarn to make butterfly bow.

Still in Halloween spirit, I decided to do a witch hat pattern for my recently completed knitted tiny candy corn (though later on I put the hat on my knitted mouse too!). The pattern is easy and quick to make. The whole hat is knitted in the round starting from the brim and there is no joining required. Where you purl, the brim of the hat will naturally fold. I started doing a video tutorial, but then I realised that it’s very hard to see the knitting process as the needles are very small and don’t capture well on camera. Hopefully they are straight forward enough, but if you do need any help don’t hesitate to ask. :)


Tiny Witch Hat Knitting Pattern:

Candy Corn wearing cute witch hat!
CO 16 sts, divide on 3 DPN, 5-6-5 sts each DPN
Row 1: join, K (place stitch marker after your first stitch)
Row 2: K
Row 3: P
Row 4: K
Row 5: *K2, K2tog*, repeat until the end of the row, rearrange stitches if necessary (12sts total)
Row 6: K
Row 7: *K2, K2tog*, repeat until the end of the row (9sts total)
Row 8: K
Row 9: K
Row 10: K

Row 11: K
Row 12: K
Row 13: *K1, K2tog*, repeat until the end of the row (6sts total)
Row 14: KKnitted Mouse wearing a tiny witch hat
Row 15: *K2tog*, repeat until the end of the row (3sts total)
Row 16: K

Cut yarn and thread it through each remaining loop with tapestry needle. Pull tight and secure. Seam all left over yarn. Lastly, use an orange yarn to tie a loop right above the hat brim and finish it with a butterfly tie :)
Free cute tiny witch hat knitting patterns
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Angel vs Devil Candy Corn with Wings

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Feel free to link to this pattern by linking directly to this page. Pattern is not to be copied or reproduced without permission from the author. Items made from my pattern may be sold (as long as you credit me as the designer and always link it back to this blog “FREE Cute Knit.com” :) ), however this does not apply to business or corporation. Please contact me prior selling them at large scale. © Dina Wirawan

Download PDF Pattern

Free angel wings cute knitting pattern

 

 

Difficulty Level:
Easy Difficulty
Skills Required:
CO: Cast On
K: Knit
Kfb: Knit front and then back
M1: Make 1 stitch
K2tog: Knit 2 stitches as 1 together

Finished Size:approx 3.5cm long x 3cm height x 0.5cm depth (Please note that this size is made with the needles & yarn specified below, different yarns and needles size will produce different results)

Needles: US 3 – 3.25 mm

Yarn:
White Wings — Panda Cotton Blend 8ply in 1 White (dye lot #12001)
Black Wings — Panda Cotton Blend 8ply in 2 Black (dye lot #10613)
cute devil free wing knitting pattern
Halloween is approaching fast …! Hence, I present to you the supercharged Candy Corn with Angel & Devil wings! Everyone has that nice and naughty side to them and this knitted candy corn perfectly accommodates both sides (Yes, I made my candy corn double sided — one side with that oh-so-cute- angelic smile and on the opposite side, a cheeky one-loop-sided smile). You can see both wings overlapping a little since they are sewn back to back.

There are lots of options you can do, instead of having the candy corn double sided, you may wish to knit two separate ones (one with the angel wings and another with the devil one). You can even use this wings pattern on your other knitting projects (If you do, please check that the sizes will match your existing projects). Or, you may decided that you don’t like wings after all.. It’s all up to you :)

Please note that the pattern below is for the wings only, you can find the candy corn pattern here.

Free wings knitting pattern:

CO 2 sts
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Knit
Row 3: K1, Kfb (3 sts total)
Row 4: Knit
Row 5: K2, Kfb (4 sts total)
Row 6: Knit
Row 7: K3, Kfb (5 sts total)
Row 8: Knit
Row 9: K1, M1, K3, M1, K1 (7 sts total)


Row 10: Knit Cute Angel Candy Corn Halloween Knit
Row 11: K6, M1, K1 (8 sts total)
Row 12: Knit
Row 13: K2tog, K5, M1, K1 (8 sts total)
Row 14: Knit
Row 15: K2tog, K4, K2tog (6 sts total)
Row 16: Knit
Row 17: K2tog, K2, K2tog (4 sts total)

Cut yarn, leaving approx 12cm tail. With tapestry needle, insert needle through loop of each stitch and pull tight. Sew this end to the body and secure. Weave in the cast on stitch so everything looks neat.

I have also attached a video tutorial for the wings. For anyone who doesn’t know how to read the pattern or simply wanting to knit one together, you can watch the video :) The video is at moderate speed, so if you want to learn certain techniques within the video just let me know and I will make a slow version of the technique for you.

It took a long time to create this video, I really hope that it can be helpful to someone ♥ Remember, if you do make these wings, I would love it if you can share them with me by either sending me the photos via email / tag me on Facebook / upload them in my Ravelry

***Updates*** 4/2/13: PDF pattern added available for download


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