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I am a work from home, home schooling Mom who loves her Kids...yep, I think my kids are great. You will find me: Knitting, cross stitch, embroidery and working with felt are things I enjoy for fun. I also love to decorate and find deep satisfaction in decorating my home with great finds and my handmade items.  Gardening is one of my great loves, it like decorating outside!

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Craft Fall leaves Knitting Pattern

Fall Leaves Knitting Pattern






Size 3 Needle
Left over sock yarn (finger weight) In fall colors
Darning needle



Use two separate balls of yarn and cast on 19 stitches (two different colors will give you a variegated coloring)


Row   1:   K9, P1, K9
Row   2:   K
Row   3:   K2tog, K7, P1, K7, K2tog
Row   4:   K, Cast on 3 sts at end of row
Row   5:   K11, P1, K8, Cast on 3
Row   6:   K
Row   7:   Cast off 3, K7, P1, K to end of row
Row   8:   Cast off 3, K to end of row
Row   9:   Cast off 5, K2, P1, K to end of row
Row 10:   Cast off 5, K to end of row
Row 11:   K3, P1, K3
Row 12:   K
Row 13:   K3, P1, K3
Row 14:   K
Row 15:   K into front and back of first st, K2, P1, K2, K into front and back of last st
Row 16:   K to end, cast on 5 sts
Row 17:   K9, P1, K to end, cast of 5 sts
Row 18:   K
Row 19:   K2tog, K7, P1, K7 K2tog
Row 20:   K, cast on 3
Row 21:   K11, P1, K8, cast on 3
Row 22:   K
Row 23:   Cast off 3, K7, P1, K to end of row
Row 24:   Cast off 3, K to end of row
Row 25:   Cast off 5, K2, P1, K to end of row
Row 26:   Cast off 5, K to end
Row 27:   K3 st, P1, K3
Row 28:   K
Row 29:   K2tog, K1,P1,K1, K2tog
Row 30:   K
Row 31:   K2tog,P1, K2tog
Row 32:   K
Row 33:   K1, P1, K1
Row 34:   K
Row 35:   K into front and back of first st, P1, K into front and back of lst st
Row 35:   K
Row 37:   K2tog, P1, K2tog
Row 38:   K last 3 st tog
Row 39:   Break yarn and pull it thru the last st, Weave tail into the leaf

At the bottom of the leaf pick up center 3 stitches and with single strand of yarn work in I cord for 10 rows

Bind off and break yarn weave tail into leaf

I hope you enjoy my take on this pattern.
 I found the original pattern  on Natural Suburbia created by the talented Linda.  This is my take on it