I have been knitting for as long as I can remember. When I was four or five, our adorable kindergarten teacher asked all the girls to bring knitting needles and some yarn to knit with. I still ...
I have been knitting for as long as I can remember. When I was four or five, our adorable kindergarten teacher asked all the girls to bring knitting needles and some yarn to knit with. I still remember those hysterically yellow plastic needles and unbearably green acrylic yarn. Oh my... Of course, we started with a scarf. Hats, gloves, sweaters and everything else followed.
I'm a perfectionist and take pride in my work. All my creations are my own designs, and I truly enjoy thinking of something new every time.
My knitter's dream is a roomy attic as my studio - full of gorgeous handmade and vintage items, with a coffee table and cozy armchairs, all white and facing the ocean shore.
A bit more about me:
- I have a degree in Industrial Design.
- I enjoy traveling and have several guide books published.
- Give me a seafood platter, good steak, cannoli and a cup of jasmine green tea, and I am yours! :)
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Skill Level: Easy+.
Craft: Knitting + Crochet.
To make this Car Safety Belt Cover, you need to know the basics of knitting *and* crocheting. Get this pattern, knitting needles, cable needle, crochet hook and yarn of your choice, and make this beautiful Car Safety Belt Cover for yourself, your family, or as a unique gift.
This pattern will help you to practice left and right cabling, and making a knitted i-cord.
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IMPORTANT NOTE ON COPYRIGHT: Your purchase of this pattern constitutes your agreement to use this pattern only for personal, non-profit use without my specific written permission. Car Safety Belt Covers made from this pattern may not be sold, nor may the pattern itself be copied, sold, or distributed in any way. You may print one copy for personal use but may not print multiples to distribute, nor may you share the digital file.
With size 8 knitting needles, 18 sts x 24 rows = 4 inches (10cm) in Stockinette Stitch.
200 yards of Worsted weight