By Anna Hrachovec
What do a conversing doughnut, a crabby flesh presser, and a lovelorn balloon have in universal? They're all electorate of the candy-colored knitted international often called Mochimochi Land. Adventures in Mochimochi Land began as a suite of tiny knitted characters, yet because the styles grew they wanted a whole global in their personal, whole with knitted towns, knitted forests, knitted oceans, and most vital, knitted neighbors! The e-book follows the adventures of a tiny knitted explorer, as he travels this unbelievably lovable global and uncovers its unusual yarn-based origins. For intrepid knitters, the booklet additionally contains a part with 25 all-new styles for the characters and props utilized in the tales. The styles use small quantities of yarn and beginner-friendly knitting abilities and knit up speedy for fast enjoyable.
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Join the Scarf 1. Fold the scarf in half, wrongside out. 2. Pin the back of the hood together from the top edge and across the bottom to the edge of the scarf. 3. With matching perle cotton, stitch the edges together. Pair #13 (9mm) 14" needles (or size to obtain gauge) Yarn needle Yarn pins or sewing pins Matching perle cotton 21 14mm multicolor glass dot beads* 42 6mm faceted glass beads Beading needle Sewing thread to match yarn Thread conditioner *Used for this project: 3 balls Musique by Crystal Palace Yarns (color 9169 ﬂame, 65 yd); 2 balls Fizz by Crystal Palace Yarns (color 7128 ﬂame, 120 yd); and 14mm beads (54595 Perles de Verre) by Blue Moon Beads.
Indd 47 Ƿ 47 3/22/05 7:20:51 PM Red Riding Hooded Scarf What could be better than a warm hood and scarf all in one? This is just what you’ll need for winter’s blustery days. Colorful lampwork beads decorate the scarf ends and tip of the hood. indd 48 3/22/05 7:21:09 PM Red Riding Hooded Scarf Finished Size: 11" x 33" Gauge: 2 sts = 1" Pattern Note: Slip the first stitch of each row, as detailed on page 21, for a neater selvedge. CO 24 sts. K 6 rows. Work in St st (k 1 row, p 1 row) until scarf measures 22" from the beg.
Indd 39 Ƿ 39 3/22/05 7:15:19 PM Jazz, Jazzier and Jazziest Hat Trio Who would guess that all three of these hats are the same simple pattern? It’s just the yarns that are different. So, pick the look that ﬁts your mood. indd 40 3/28/05 7:11:30 PM Jazz Hat Finished Size: 9" x 20" Gauge: 2½ sts = 1" Pattern Two strands of the eyelash are held together and worked as one. When switching to the chenille yarn, only one strand is used. This is done so the weight of the brim and crown are the same. CO 50 sts, using two strands of the fun fur held together as one.
Adventures in Mochimochi Land: Tall Tales from a Tiny Knitted World by Anna Hrachovec