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Knitting: Scarf
I am wearing the Muli sweater from Farmer’s Market.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Booties
These fuzzy little wonders are made with just a tiny bit of luxurious yarn. Worked in the round with no heel shaping, they can be used as protective mitts or as baby’s first socks. You can make at least two from one 25 gram ball of Zealana Air lace weight yarn.
Knitting: Scarf, Collar
Anchor this sweet faux first collar with a heavy brass swing clash. Quick knitting, high impact.
Knitting: Headband, Headwrap
On trend for Spring/Summer 2012, this single-ball turban headband evokes the insouciance of 1950s pin-up girls.
Knitting: Cowl
4 balls of yarn, 4 hours of knitting, one super cozy cowl. Just in time for a melee of gift knitting…
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
A cozy, convertible cowl knit with luxurious yarns. Shaped with simple needle size changes, this hat can work double duty thanks to a decorative i-cord. An Addi Lace Click Interchangable set is recommended for effortless size changes.
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
A biased brim plays up the subtle striping of Borealis. A floral swirl adorns the side and coordinates perfectly with the Kerr Cowl, designed by Andra Asars.
Knitting: Scarf
It always cracks me up when I see a pattern for a garter stitch scarf, it’s so unnecessary! Hopefully the crocheted shell edging here adds some interest (if you’ve never made it before, see my tutorial here). The yarn is delicious and knit up so fast on size 10 needles. This scarf is warm, cute and comforting, just like it’s custard-in-ram...
Knitting: Wristlet
Show off your knitting skills and tote all your essentials in style! This scrumptious yarn knit at a tight gauge makes a simple woven cable and deeply ruched body stand out in high relief. A neat wrist strap elevates the clutch from cute to functional. This project is a great chance to try cabling without a cable needle—a quick Google search tur...
Knitting: Cloche Hat
Sartorial historians believe that the cloche was popular with 1920s flappers because of the proud gaze it required of its wearer--chin tilted skyward and eyes peering down the nose. This version features a double-strand of a lustrous mohair loop and is slightly felted to fit the wearer.