How do you knit an NHS heart?

How do you knit a heart step by step?

Instructions

  1. Step: Knit the left lobe. Cast on 3 stitches with a longtail cast on leaving a tail of 6 inches for weaving in later. …
  2. Step: Knit the right lobe on the same needle. …
  3. Step: Join together the two halves. …
  4. Step: Decrease towards the bottom. …
  5. Step: Weave in the tails.

Where do I send my knitting hearts NHS?

Please send your knitted hearts to: ‘From the Heart’ campaign, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, JB Russell House, Gartnavel Royal site, 1055 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 0XH. Please also include your name and email address or postal address if you don’t have one.

What is the easiest thing to knit for beginners?

Knitting for Beginners

  1. Basic Garter Stitch Scarf. …
  2. Cuddly Knit Cap. …
  3. Bow Headbands Knitting. …
  4. Tassel Pillow Cover. …
  5. Beginners Foldover Beanie Hat. …
  6. Easiest Toddler Slippers. …
  7. Kate Spade Inspired Hat Patterns. …
  8. Chunky Knitted Pillowcase.

Can you knit a granny square?

It takes much longer to knit a Granny Square than it would to crochet one so I wouldn’t recommend making a blanket out of these but they make lovely coasters. Or you can just enjoy seeing peoples’ faces when you tell them that they’re knitting, not crochet.

How do you knit a perfect square?

It’s that simple! Continue knitting rows 1 and 2 until your square is as long as it is wide. To ensure your square is 8″ (20cm), either use a tape measure or form a triangle by folding one corner of your square over to meet the opposite corner as shown – if all sides are equal then you have a square!

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