Chantelle Jelley

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Knitting: Scarf
I used almost 1 full skein of MacAusland’s 2 ply medium 100 gm (aran) yarn for the main colour (green), for the red, I used less than 10 gms so you may wish to stash bust for the berries.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Cute little fingerless mitts, complete with tasty little berries (bobbles) just to keep them fun. 1 used only 42g of MacAusland’s 2-ply medium to make these, making them a great stash buster.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These will keep your toes comfy and warm all winter long. Simple 2x2 ribbing from cuff to toe keeps these socks shaped nicely to foot.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
A spicy little hat with thick band and smooth crown. Band is worked flat first and turned, picking up stitches across it’s length to form the body using a circular needle. Crown decreases are made easier by changing over to double pointed needles when needed.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Sweet hat knits up at the speed of light using chunky weight yarn.. Nicely domed crown makes this hat very comfortable, and pulls down far enough to keep ears warm.
Knitting: Cowl
The texture of this seed stitch cowl with Picot Edge Bind Off edges is easy and quick to make. I’ve made the pattern in two sizes, first a 54 inch round cowl can be worn in one single long loop or doubled up for extra warmth, the second cowl is 20 inches around and fits higher on the neck as it is longer from edge to edge. I also showed the sec...
Knitting: Cowl
Diamond cables remind me of the leaded glass of the Tudor Period and the overall shape is reminiscent of the ruffled, high neck lines of that time.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I used a small amount of each colour A, B, and C and a little more for D which included the top of the hat. This is a great stash buster. Exact amounts I used for each colour: