Posts tagged feather and fan stitch
Feather and Fan Stitch is an easy and gorgeous lace stitch that can be used for scarves, blankets, sweaters and anything else you can dream off.
The basic stitch goes like this:
Using multiples of 18
Row one: Knit.
Row two: Purl.
Row three: Knit two together 3 times, (yarn over, knit one) 6 times, knit two together 3 times. Repeat across the row.
Row four: Knit.
Repeat these four rows for pattern and there you have it!
Following are some wonderful free knitting patterns that contain the Feather and Fan Stitch or a variation of this wonderful stitch pattern.
Brighten up any little girl’s nursery with this simple and sweet crochet ripple blanket. Free Pattern
Feather and Fan Short Scarf: A simple lace scarf pattern – takes one skein of lace yarn or similar. Free Scarf Pattern pdf
Gorgeous stole/scarf using the feather and fan stitch! Find the pattern here: link
Adorable little cardi for baby knit pattern with feather and fan stitch created by Laura from Knit for your life. Find the free pattern here: link
A lacy mohair shrug with elbow-length sleeves and deep ribbing. The simple ripple pattern makes the most of colour-change yarn. Suitable for novice knitters who want to tackle new skills, this is a great introduction to knitting lace and working in the round. By
6 to 18 months, depending on yarn used and the variability of baby heads. For those who are not familiar with a newborn up close, their heads are very tiny, about 14” around. As shown, this bonnet would be large as a newborn gift,
Feather and fan set for small baby, newborn and 3 months by ©Lisa Thomas, 2001. Find the free baby knitting pattern here: link
feather and fan socks pattern by Shazzas Patterns. Find the free socks pattern here: link
Pretty feather and fan shawl pattern by Sarah Bradberry. Find the free shawl pattern here: link
Lovely Feather and Fan baby bonnet and blanket pattern by Spinning Sandy’s Ditsy Drivel. Find the free baby bonnet and blanket pattern here: link
Cute and colorful Feather and Fan baby sock pattern by Rachel’s Ramblings. Find the free baby socks pattern here: link
My keyhole scarf for the fair is chugging right along, I expect to have it done tonight. It isn’t a complicated pattern, I was too lazy to find one on the internet or in my books so I just made one up. by Elan