Sunday, December 26, 2010

Hybrid Projects

I have been playing around with knooking and crochet in one project.




Knooked Granny Square

By
Ronda Chapman
OfftheHookArt 2010
Supplies:
G Knooking Hook
Worst Yarn
8 Stitch Markers

Notes:
Advanced Pattern
You should know how to Knook (knitting with a crochet hook) or how to knit and crochet.
** Repeat
( ) All in one space
PM = Place Marker
Makes a square about 5 1/2 by 5 1/2

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Crochet
1) Using a Magic ring, hook on a Ch 3, dc,ch2 *2dc,ch2* ** three more times. Join with a slip stitch in ch 3.
2) Slip stitch over to the ch 2 space. (ch 3, dc, ch2, 2dc in ch2sp), *ch 1 (2dc,ch2,2dc in ch2sp)* **Repeat around. Slip stitch in back loop of ch 3.
Knooking AKA Knitting
3) Back loops only Knit to ch 2 sp (in ch2 sp-PM knit in1st ch,yo, PM knit in 2nd ch) *knit to next ch2 sp (PM knit in 1st ch,yo,PM knit in 2nd ch)* ** Repeat around.
4) Knit
5) *Knit to corner,PM,yo,knit,yo,PM* **around .
6) Knit
7) *knit to corner, PM,yo,knit,yo,knit,yo,knit,yo, PM* ** around.
8) Knit

Crochet
9) *Sc to corner,3sc in corner* ** around.
Fasten off and Weave ends and Block.


 

10 comments:

  1. AWESOME! I love it. It's so pretty.

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  2. This is great. Would you know how I would make this a bigger square? I think I will practice the 5 in first than see if i can make it bigger. Thanks for sharing this pattern. It is so creative.

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  3. Shouldn't be any trouble making it bigger. You could start off by making th granny square bigger. Then evenly add YOs in knitted corners.

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  4. Hi their i am new at knooking and i would love to know more. I have a tone of questions
    thank you
    -Kristina

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  5. Any questions you have might be found here or my ebook on Etsy. Also the "knooking" group on Raverly site of which a help co-moderate will have plenty of help for you

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  6. lovely squarer. I have saved the pattern. I have not yet "knooked" but I think I will try this craft.
    toklatkate

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  7. It would be nice if this wasn't a black background. Uses to much in ink to print and jumping up to look at the pattern on line is too much trouble.

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    1. I have learned to cheat. I save the pattern on a Word document or in Note Pad and print from there after I have changed to my preferred font and size. I also have One Note from Microsoft and keep patterns sorted using that.

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