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Knitting: Scarf
This beautiful scarf was designed to keep me occupied on a long business trip. With two skeins of sock yarn and a sequence knit in mind, “April in York” sprouted forth from my needles. It’s a garter-based, rib stitch using a simple 10-stitch sequence which is sure to quiet frazzled nerves. I started from the bottom point and worked upward; all o...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This beautiful shawl is designed for long flights to both knit and subsequently tuck in. It’s a simple bias-rib stitch using a 12 stitch sequence which is sure to soothe whatever dares to bother. I chose a limited edition fingering-weight cashmere and tipped the edges with a deep slate contrast color.
Knitting: Scarf
Lime Stripe is another design from my continuing exploration of Sequence Knitting. This wrap is made using a mulit-colored Folio striped with a coordinating solid also in Folio. Both are knit in a two-row stripe employing a simple, one-row broken garter ribbing stitch. The band is knit in the same stitch pattern using a contrasting solid. This w...
Knitting: Poncho
Mira Monte is another design from my continuing exploration of Sequence Knitting. This wrap is made using a random, self-striping merino knit in a simple, one-row repeat based on broken garter ribbing. The button band is a non-functioning design element; pretty buttons with no button holes.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Colorful stripes in garter stitch give this baby blanket cheer and warmth. While the pattern looks complicated, every row is the same simple knit-purl sequence. The fun is in the selection of colors for the stripe. I chose five rainbow colors, you’re welcome to use more or fewer.
Knitting: Scarf
Ridges is a luxuriously long scarf created with simple repetitive stitches; a sequence. The paired increases and decreases create a wonderful bias fabric. I chose a luxury baby alpaca/merino blend and tucked in to enjoy the journey.
Knitting: Poncho
Navy is the New Black. Show your “color” with this simple one-piece poncho. This is knit from the top down featuring a moving rib pattern at the neck and bottom band.
Knitting: Poncho
Feather-weight poncho in stockinette stitch featuring a garter band across the bottom edge. This simple poncho is made from a rectangle folded in half and seamed. A loose turtleneck is created by picking up and knitting around the neck opening. This lightweight and cozy wrap can be styled any number of ways by spinning it around the body.
Knitting: Cowl
Quick and easy cowl knit around in one piece. The seemingly random eyelets provide a loose and soft drape to this thick and thin fiber. Looks are deceiving; this is faux lace at it’s best.
Knitting: Poncho
Quick and easy poncho knit from the top down in one piece. The seemingly random eyelets provide a loose and soft drape to this thick and thin fiber. Looks are deceiving; this is faux lace at it’s best.
Knitting: Poncho
Simple poncho made from a knit rectangle folded in half and seamed; this trick is in the perpendicular seam connection. This lightweight and cozy wrap can be styled any number of ways by spinning it around the body. And, doubled over it makes a cozy cowl!
Knitting: Cowl
Here’s my version of the quick and easy cowl inspired by the Outlander novels and TV series. This is knit as a scarf and seamed to make the circle.
Knitting: Cardigan
Timeless style; this wrap was first designed in 2008. The fashion for wraps has come back around. Knit a simple rectangle with armholes, add exaggerated braid cables and bold ribbing and you have a wrap. You’ll be toasty warm with the garment worn on or off the shoulders.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by the Garter Trap, the Striped Trap is a stockinette stitch alternative. This trapezoidal shawl uses stripes of a solid and busy multi colored yarn. This project is a sure thing to keep your hands busy while your mind is elsewhere. Wear it any way you choose; long and loose or tied up cozily.
Knitting: Scarf
Garter Stitch can be a knitter’s happy place; I know it’s mine! This simple trapezoidal scarf/shawl uses garter stripes of a solid and long-stripe yarns. This project is a sure thing to keep your hands busy while your mind is elsewhere.
Knitting: Cowl
Exciting game on? This cowl can keep you company. One skein for one game. An easy to memorize slip stitch pattern is the best way to show off a fabulous super-bulky hand dye.
Knitting: Cowl
Reversible cowl knit in linen stitch. Wicked quick to knit using #15 needles and one skein of Berroco Brio.
Knitting: Cowl, Fingerless Gloves
This colorful merino cowl and fingerless mitt set is quick and easy to knit. One piece construction. The mitts are knit from the fingers to the forearm. No leftover yarn!
Knitting: Scarf
The Berroco Design Team in conjunction with Eva’s Yarn Shop in Fairhaven, MA designed this scarf. Show your support for Boston and knit or crochet a Boston Strong scarf. Please consider donating to The One Fund to help the victims of the marathon bombing at onefundboston.org. Thank you!
Knitting: Poncho
Knitting: Throw
This is a simple but impressive one piece throw in an easy one-row repeat. Makes a great and cuddly gift.
Knitting: Cowl
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Knitting: Cowl
Art class for knitters involves combining different colors, textures and stitches of yarns in a pleasing combination. Random striping can be difficult for some, (me, too!) so with this pattern I chose to knit Quaker Rib stitch and striped each yarn in rotating order. Each and every cowl can be original.
Knitting: Scarf
Art class for knitters involves combining different colors, textures and stitches of yarns in a pleasing combination. Random striping can be difficult for some, (me, too!) so with this pattern I assigned a stitch to each yarn. I knit a varied stripe pattern in several yarns then repeated the pattern throughout the scarf. Each and every scarf can...
Knitting: Cowl
Warm yet surprisingly light weight cowl. One massive loop of garter stitch; so easy knit and wear.
Knitting: Scarf
This fully ruffled scarf is inspired by Norah Gaughan’s design: Osprey. A generous ruffle is picked up and knit along the edge of a narrow ribbed scarf. The styling possibilities are endless.
Knitting: Cowl
A column of glittery, warm softness around your neck; cold anything be better?
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A woobie is the colloquialism for a comfy shawl. This woobie will become the favorite quickly. Knit this in an all over easy lace pattern with one row repeated throughout. The pattern is very easy to adjust the size larger or smaller.
Knitting: Throw
The wave stitch, a classic stitch revisited. The Cabin Lap Throw features five great yarns in coordinating colors and complimentary textures. This simple throw is
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves will fit an average adult woman’s hand. The glove should stretch a little and fit close to the hand for most comfortable wear; not overly loose or tight. If you’d like to increase or decrease the circumference simply increase or decrease the number of stitches cast on by multiples of four stitches to retain th...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This sock will fit an average adult foot between women’s shoe sizes 7 and 9; 1 more skein of yarn may be needed for larger feet or longer calf lengths.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves will fit an average adult woman’s hand. The glove should stretch a little and fit close to the hand for most comfortable wear; not overly loose or tight. If you’d like to increase or decrease the circumference simply increase or decrease the number of stitches cast on by multiples of four stitches to retain th...