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This cowl starts with a provisional cast on and is knit in the round as a tube on 16”-circular needles. When you have completed the lace/stranded/lace sequence the live stitches on your needles are grafted to the beginning stitches. You will “unzip” the provisional cast on, place those sts on a second 16”-circular needle, and then gr...
About the Cowl: This cowl is knit in the round on 16”-circular needles as a tube. The cast on edge and the end are grafted together to form a seamless cowl. You can choose to make a one-loop cowl (27” circumference), a two-loop cowl (54” circumference), or a long 54”.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
In August I was sitting out in the backyard watching my two boys play. The leaves were green and fresh. There was no hint or sign of the golden transformation I knew was coming. I thought it would be so much fun to put into knitted form the journey the leaves make as they go from their summer green to their glorious gilding. So here it is!
Whimsical and quick to knit, the Pixie Purses work up in an afternoon and use up those little bits of yarn in your stash. These pint sized pouches are useful for storing coins, candy or those small knitting tools that always float around in the bottom of your bag (i.e. stitch markers, tapestry needles & measuring tapes). Knit on dpns, two ci...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I love roses – their beauty, their thorns, their enrapturing scent. I love the stories my mother would tell us about her grandfather’s rose garden in Bayside, Long Island. I loved hearing how cars would line up for blocks to view his rose garden when it was in full bloom.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Every June I start dreaming of the ocean. I can’t help it, I live in land-locked Indiana. A beautiful place, yes. But one totally and utterly devoid of the salty smell of the sea and the roar and the rush of the ocean’s great waves. (Okay, if you really want to be picky about this, yes, Indiana has access to Lake Michigan. But please, that’s com...
Delia is worked from the top down for a seamless finish. Delia has a deep v-neck that sits below the bustline. Please note when substituting yarns that a worsted weight is used and worked on a #9 needle to create a garment that is light and airy. Any Alpaca or Alpaca blend works really well with this design.
I was walking on Pearl Street in Boulder, Co one rainy, spring day and I couldn’t help but notice that bright, cheery neck scarves were adorning most shoppers on Pearl Street. I ducked into a shop to look at the options of buying a scarf, just to fit in. But how could I, as a knitter, wear anything that wasn’t knitted as a scarf? I w...