I want to put together a little set of knitted play food. I was inspired by all the fancy schmancy play kitchens I've seen lately and some adorable knitting patterns I found on ravelry. I've started with the fruit bowl:
Figure 1. Still life with fruit
I used this pattern from Peachcake Knits for the lemon and lime. (ravelry link) The (so simple it may not be worth writing up) orange pattern is my own, below. Yarn is Cascade 220 for all fruits.
Orange (ravelry link)
With US5 DPNs, cast on 6 stitches and join in round.
Row 1: Kfb all sts
Rows 2, 4, 6, 8, 10: knit
Row 3: K1, Kfb. Repeat 6 times
Row 5: K2, Kfb. Repeat 6 times
Row 7: K3, Kfb. Repeat 6 times
Row 9: K4, Kfb. Repeat 6 times
Row 11: K5, Kfb. Repeat 6 times
Row 12-15: knit
Row 16: K5, K2tog. Repeat 6 times
Rows 17, 19, 21, 23: knit
Row 18: K4, K2tog. Repeat 6 times
Row 20: K3, K2tog. Repeat 6 times
Row 22: K2, K2tog. Repeat 6 times. At this point, you should start stuffing your orange with fiberfill.
Row 24: K1, K2tog. Repeat 6 times
Row 25: K2tog. Repeat 6 times. Finish stuffing your orange with fiberfill.
Cut yarn, thread tail through remaining 6 stitches. Embroider a green asterisk
(*) on the top. Weave in all ends. Play with your food :P
Félicitations pour vos réalisations .ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed using this pattern and wrote a review of it on my blog!ReplyDelete
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hello on row 3 you say Repeat 6 times do you mean you knit the row 6 more timesReplyDelete