– Bottoms Up Knitted Knockers Tutorial for DPN – Bottoms Up Knitted Knockers Tutorial for DPN
New and improved way to KNIT A KNITTED KNOCKER.
PLEASE NOTE IF A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PATTEN AND VIDEO FOLLOW THE PATTERN! The pattern was revised 5/28/17 reversing round 1 and 2. Either is okay but for sizing the revised pattern results in an accurate stitch count for each size.

Click Here for our “BOTTOMS UP PATTERN” for double point needles (DPN).

Here’s our Approved Yarns list:

Approved Knitted Knockers pattern made on DPNs for that is an easier start than the original DPN pattern with the same great result. The original Knitted Knockers on DPNs pattern is still great if you want to continue using it but this tutorial is for the simplified “Bottoms Up” version.

Click Here for our Sizing Chart:
Our Sizing video:

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Video Table of Contents:

Introduction 0:00
Starting a Knocker 05:05
Transition to Turning Rows 22:30
Sizing 28:45
Turning Rows 31:12
Top Section 39:10
Nipple or No Nipple 48:43
I Cord for Nipple 54:59
Finishing Your Knocker 01:01:18
Video Links are:

How to Knit on Double Point Needles

Knit Front and Back (kfb)

How to Purl

Heart Pattern for Knitted Knockers

Journey of A Knitted Knocker Video

Knit 2 tog

How to fix a dropped stitch

Link to download Bottoms Up Pattern

Also: – Crochet Knitted Knockers Tutorial

Our original Knitted Knockers Knit tutorial

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