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Say it like it is with this fun “hot” pad! With a unique double-thick construction, it takes on heat well. Hang a few proudly in your own kitchen, or generously gift to a friend. Paired with kitchen cookware or a home baked treat, this makes a great gift! In fact, the last pattern page has many great gifting ideas!
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
Fast, cute, and practical, the Jar Topper Washcloth makes a great last-minute gift! Fill up a mason jar with tasty treats, spa goodies, and more (ideas on final pattern page) and decorate the top with this useful and pretty washcloth!
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Cozy and stylish, every home needs one (or both!) of these statement pillows. Perfect for your cozy cottage, a friend who just moved, or a newlywed couple setting up a home. The unique cabled letters spell out “home” and “love”… and in cursive!
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth, Cleaning - Other
Revamp your home spa experience with this “soap” sack and coordinating washcloth! Practical and pretty, these make bath time extra fun. Expand your knitting repertoire with the cabled lettering as well. Spell out “soap”… and in cursive!
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
Sweet and stylish, the Mini Bellamy Cowl and Hat pattern is the “match-me” version of the adult sized Bellamy. These trendy accessories are perfect for the fashion forward baby, toddler, or child. The hat can be worn in an effortless slouch or, with the brim rolled up, as a beanie. This versatile pattern is easy to memorize and includes both cha...
This cardigan is a lovely addition to any baby girl’s wardrobe with its classic silhouette and feminine puffed pockets. Since it has seamless raglan construction, it’s also a lot of fun to knit! Beginning at the neck, you work the yoke in one piece, split the sleeves at the underarms, and continue the body to the hem. The linen stitch trim (coll...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Note on Construction: These mitts are “faux” fairisle. The finished pattern looks like each row was knit using two colors, but the colorwork pattern is actually created by knitting with just one color of yarn and strategically slipping sts. Enjoy watching the colorwork pattern unfold while knitting each row with just one strand of yarn!