Guess who came out of its gallon size ziploc bag?
Amelie is a fun, easy to memorize sock pattern that you’ll be sure to enjoy knitting. The ribbed yet lacy stitch creates a nice stretchy fabric that clings nicely to your leg. The lace look is created by simply dropping stitches, which all of us knitters have a little experience with. The pattern is sophisticated and can be dressed up or down depending on which yarn you choose to knit them with.
The awesome thing about this pattern is that it has been written to accommodate three different methods of sock knitting. You can knit up your Amelie socks using double pointed needles, 2 circular needles, or one circular needle (magic loop). This pattern offers a great opportunity to not only try out a new sock knitting technique, but also to understand more how to convert patterns from one technique to the other. Each technique is color coded so it's easy to keep track while you are knitting up this pattern.
Thankyou again to Audrey for taking the beautiful photos for me.
Version B (Blue Version); color: #053, 2 skeins
Version C (Green Version); color: #070, 2 skeins
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This is what I did:
Work decreases at stated in pattern until you have 64 stitches total.
Round 1: k all sts.
Round 2: Needle 1- k1, ssk, k to last 3 sts , k2tog, k1
Needle 2- k1, ssk, k to end
Needle 3- k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1
(4 sts decreased)
(All 3 of you out there...)
I know... I know... you are probably so sick of seeing pictures of dollies.. But please bear with me. These were just too cute. I had to share.
For all of you who feel that if you see one more dolly picture you might just throw up.....well... now is the time to go get yourself a bucket.
These pictures are from when Ava gave her cousin Audrey her dolly as a special present.
Ok, thats it... I promise I'm done.
To make the diaper:
To make the blanket: