Too cute? As I’ve written before, you have to sign up for Ravelry but there are so many good free and pay patterns on their site. For more DIY mittens go here.
This pattern is $3.99, but if you go to the Mary Maxim site, it’s $1.99 here.
This DIY Knit Santa’s clothesline combines knitting and crochet. One set of clothes will be over 2’.
- Top Photos: Santa’s Clothesline from Ravelry user
- Bottom Photos: Santa’s Clothesline from Ravelry user dventurelisa. She found it much easier crocheting all the pieces.
Another user commented that the pieces were larger than she thought, so I’m posting this photo of the clothesline garland in front of a fireplace to show the scale. Photo by Ravelry user chrisimon.
Make this easy DIY Knitting Ornament on Size 2 needles, switching to a toothpick for the last row.
In the comments, someone mentioned that they had bought cheap miniature “bamboo knitting needles” online – and this was much easier than making decorative toothpick knitting needles.
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Sign up for a free Ravelry account so you can download a huge variety of excellent free patterns like this DIY Knit Tenacle Scarf Pattern.
This pattern was rated very easy to easy by the majority of Ravelry users, and most “loved it”.
The following Ravelry Users’ photos were used for the collage above: