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Little Fishes Garland

by Ludivine Rose
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  • I created this pattern just to use my yarn remainings and to improve my grafting. , This pattern is really great for those who wants to practice the socks toe cast on or bind off. , Using the toe-up cast on for the head of the fish and the grafting to close the queue (as if to close the toe for socks!!) , Or you can just enjoy making this garland for kids, and maybe doing it with kids by making them the sewing of beads and buttons. , Enjoy this little pattern and happy knitting !!! , , , , , , , Material , Any 4 ply yarn or fingering or sock yarn. you can use every yarn remainings, minis you want to finish. (I used drops alpaca remains and mini skeins sock weight to make the fishes on the pictures) , 2 buttons by fish, you can mix and match the buttons, no need to be the same. , 12 beads any size you want to use. , A cord or a thread of cotton 2,5 m , Polyester to stuff the fishes , DPN 3 mm (minimum 15 cm) , 2 stitches markers M1, M2 in the pattern , Tapestry needle , Scissors , Gauge , No gauge needed , for my yarn I used, 10 cm X 10 cm = 30 sts x 44 rows , Level , Medium / beginners can improve their knits with that pattern , Note , This pattern is for like socks knitted with toe-up method, Judy’s magic cast on method (Turkish cast on is great too for this pattern) for toe, and grafting also known as the Kitchener stitch to close the queue. , You can make different sizes with longer or shorter fishes, or you can have totally different fishes by using a different yarn weight and appropriated needles size. , Just play with you yarn rem. , , , Size , about 17 cm from head to queue, but be aware you will have different sizes for fishes if you use a different yarn and different needles size.


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I created this pattern just to use my yarn remainings and to improve my grafting. This pattern is really great for those who wants to practice the socks toe cast on or bind off. Using the toe-up cast on for the head of the fish and the grafting to close the queue (as if to close the toe for socks!!) Or you can just enjoy making this garland for kids, and maybe doing it with kids by making them the sewing of beads and buttons. Enjoy this little pattern and happy knitting !!!

Material: Any 4 ply yarn or fingering or sock yarn. you can use every yarn remainings, minis you want to finish. (I used drops alpaca remains and mini skeins sock weight to make the fishes on the pictures) 2 buttons by fish, you can mix and match the buttons, no need to be the same. 12 beads any size you want to use. A cord or a thread of cotton: 2,5 m Polyester to stuff the fishes DPN 3 mm (minimum 15 cm) 2 stitches markers: M1, M2 in the pattern Tapestry needle Scissors Gauge: No gauge needed for my yarn I used, 10 cm X 10 cm = 30 sts x 44 rows Level: Medium / beginners can improve their knits with that pattern Note: This pattern is for like socks knitted with toe-up method, Judy’s magic cast on method (Turkish cast on is great too for this pattern) for toe, and grafting also known as the Kitchener stitch to close the queue. You can make different sizes with longer or shorter fishes, or you can have totally different fishes by using a different yarn weight and appropriated needles size. Just play with you yarn rem.

Size: about 17 cm from head to queue, but be aware you will have different sizes for fishes if you use a different yarn and different needles size.

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  • I created this pattern just to use my yarn remainings and to improve my grafting. , This pattern is really great for those who wants to practice the socks toe cast on or bind off. , Using the toe-up cast on for the head of the fish and the grafting to close the queue (as if to close the toe for socks!!) , Or you can just enjoy making this garland for kids, and maybe doing it with kids by making them the sewing of beads and buttons. , Enjoy this little pattern and happy knitting !!! , , , , , , , Material , Any 4 ply yarn or fingering or sock yarn. you can use every yarn remainings, minis you want to finish. (I used drops alpaca remains and mini skeins sock weight to make the fishes on the pictures) , 2 buttons by fish, you can mix and match the buttons, no need to be the same. , 12 beads any size you want to use. , A cord or a thread of cotton 2,5 m , Polyester to stuff the fishes , DPN 3 mm (minimum 15 cm) , 2 stitches markers M1, M2 in the pattern , Tapestry needle , Scissors , Gauge , No gauge needed , for my yarn I used, 10 cm X 10 cm = 30 sts x 44 rows , Level , Medium / beginners can improve their knits with that pattern , Note , This pattern is for like socks knitted with toe-up method, Judy’s magic cast on method (Turkish cast on is great too for this pattern) for toe, and grafting also known as the Kitchener stitch to close the queue. , You can make different sizes with longer or shorter fishes, or you can have totally different fishes by using a different yarn weight and appropriated needles size. , Just play with you yarn rem. , , , Size , about 17 cm from head to queue, but be aware you will have different sizes for fishes if you use a different yarn and different needles size.