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Bird Line

Booties: Baby weight yarn, gauge: 7sts=1inch, 8rows=1inch, in stockinette st.
Knitting needles size 2 and 4 or size needed to knit to gauge.
These booties are in two colors (Main Color=MC, Contrasting Color=CC) and come out with a checkerboard design on top. Very easy to make, but I knit quite a bit.
Starting at top of cuff with smaller needles and CC, cast on 56 sts. Work k1p1 ribbing for 3/4", decrease 14 sts evenly spaced across last row--42 sts. Change to larger needles.
Next Row: With CC, k 3, * with MC, k 4, with CC, k 4; repeat from *, end with CC, k 3. Work even with colors as set for 3 rows.
Next Row: Work in pattern (in stockinette st) on 14 sts and slip to holder, work on next 14 sts, place remaining sts on other holder. Work even on 14 sts for instep, reversing color pattern every 4 rows to form blocks until instep measures 2: from beginning, end with p row.
Next Row (right side): With CC, k across sts of first holder, pick up and k 12 sts along right edge of instep rows, k 14 across end of instep, pick up and k 12 sts along left edge of instep, k sts of 2nd holder--66 sts. K 2 rows.
Next Row: k 32, place marker, k2, place marker, k 32. Decrease 1 st each side of center 2 sts every other row until 58 sts remain. K 2 rows.
Shape Sole: Bind off 23 sts at beginning of next 2 rows--12 sts. K every row until 2 3/4" from beginning of shaping. Bind off. Sew center back seam. Sew edges of sole to bottom of bootie.

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Materials: 1 ea. 100-yard skien of Chenille
Knitting Needles: size 11

ROW 1 (WS): K1b, p1b, *k1b, k1, p1b, p1*, rep from * to * once for scarf (or to last 4 sts, k1b, k1, p1b, k1b.
ROW 2 (RS): K2b, p1, p1b, *k1, k1b, p1, p1b*, rep from * to * once for scarf (or to last 2 sts for other widths), on last 2 sts, k2b.
Scarf: Loosely cast on 14 sts. Work in par st for 60". Bind off.

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Blanket to Knit-Size apporx. 31" x 31"
Materials: Baby Yarn, approx. 11 oz
Knitting needle: size 7, 24" circular
Entire blanket is worked holding two strands of yarn together.
Gauge: Working double strand, 2 patterns = 3" 27 rows = 3 1/2"
Cast on 176 sts very loosely.
ROW 1 - 3: Knit across.
ROW 4: K3, purl across to last 3 sts, K3
Row 5: K3, K2 tog 3 times, YO, (K1, YO) 5 times *K2 tog 6 times, YO, (K1, YO) 5 times, repeat from * across to last 9 sts, K2  tog 3 times, K3
Rows 6 & 7: Knit across
Repeat Rows 4 - 7 until desired length ending by working Row 7. Bind off.

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Materials: 2 oz worsted weight yarn
Needles: size 10 needles
Pattern- all rows: *K3, P1, repeat from * across, end K1. Cast on 69 stitches and work in pattern until piece measures 9 inches from beginning.
Top shaping:
Row 1: (Right side row) K2 tog across ending K1
Rows 2&4: P each stitch
Row 3: Same as row 1
Row 5: K2 tog across.
Leave a length of yarn long enough to sew seam. Using a yarn needle, draw yarn through remaining stitches on the needle and pull up tight. Fasten well to prevent gathered stitches from loosening, then sew back seam. Turn 2" up at bottom edge for cuff. A pompom can be added to the top if you wish. Thanks Vickie!

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MITTENS - For Ladies

Materials: 2 strands Wool-Ease, #9 dpn's (wooden ones work great)
Gauge: 4 sts = 1"
Cast on 24 sts. Rib in k1, p1 for 20 rnds. On the 20th rnd, inc 4 sts (28 sts) Knit 11 rnds.
Next Rnd: K1, k5 and place these 5 sts on holder. Knit around.
Next Rnd: K1, cast on 5 sts over hole. Knit around. Knit 22 rnds.
K2, k2 tog around. Knit 2 rnds. K1, k2 tog around. Cut yarn, leaving a length of yarn and draw through rem sts. Tighten.
Thumb: Place 5 sts from holder onto dpn. Pick up 5 sts on opposite side plus 1 st each at corners (12 sts total).
Knit 14 rnds.
K2tog around. Finish as for body of mitt.

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Mary L. Redmon
This pattern is a combination of years of trial and error to find the best and easiest way to knit slippers. I use the same pattern for all adults; they stretch to fit all. Even the men like them.
Materials: 4 ply yarn
Needles: size 8 needles
Cast on 45 sts.
Row 1: knit
Row 2: k7, p1, k29, p1, k7
Row 3: k 17, p1, k9, p1, k 17
Repeat rows 2 and 3 until you have 16 ridges. Cast off 7 sts for two rows. Continue pattern for 10 ridges.
Shape Toe:
Row 1: k2, k2 tog across; end k3
Rows 2, 3, 4: knit
Row 5: k1, k 2 tog across
Rows 6, 7, 8: knit
Row 9: k2 tog across
Row 10: knit
Cut yarn leaving a 10 inch tail. Thread needle, draw sts tog and sew together the toe section. Then sew the heel edges together. For quick knitting, I knit two at the same time with 2 skeins of yarn. Guide note: Although these slippers do stretch quite a bit, if knitting for a woman's size 9 or larger I would knit 14 or more ridges accordingly rather than 10.
Thanks Mary L Redmon

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