There is no organizing principle here, other than my personal preference. I love designing socks, and I’m fond of all of them, but everybody’s got to have favorites. These are mine!
I adore fingerless mitts. They’re perfect for using up odd bits of leftover yarn, and they knit up in a few hours. Get some on your needles today, you’ll be wearing (or gifting) them next week!
I have a feeling you need a hat. Pretty much everyone does. Hats are some of my favorite low-effort, high-impact knitting. A bit of yarn, the right pattern, a few hours of knitting, and you’ve got something special to show off your skill to the world. I suspect one of these will do the job!
Curls are marvelously flexible, wearable wraps that work with any weight of yarn, can be knit at any gauge, and look beautiful at any size.
Knit them small and wear them as a cowl. Keep going to make a scarf. Do a bit more, and you’ve got a shawl. They form a wonderfully curved shape that drapes beautifully around your neck and shoulders and can be worn in lots of different ways.
Use your favorite yarn, and knit at whatever gauge gives you the fabric you like best. You’re in charge, you can’t mess it up, and you’re going to love the result!
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