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eBook : 5 patterns

These five lovely knitted snowflakes will help you ease into your holidays by providing a quick and easy source of tree, package, window, table, bag and sweater decorations!

eBook : 6 patterns

All six Elizabeth Ravenwood Designs amulet bags in one convenient location. You are getting all six designs for the price of four. Great savings on these small treasure receptacles!

eBook : 5 patterns

Five quick and easy little lace bags to hold your essentials or to give as gifts!

eBook : 2 patterns

Both patterns in this collection in just one place for ease of locating them when you are ready to add another accessory to your wardrobe!

eBook : 3 patterns

This ebook contains all three Winter Games: Team Spirit accessory patterns - the hat, mitts, and scarf!

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Support your country’s star athletes by knitting and wearing this shawl to celebrate 2016’s Summer Games in Rio, Brazil. This lightweight accessory will declare your allegiance to those athletes competing for some of the highest honors of the sports world. This shawl will show off beautifully the colors of the bi-colored and tri-colo...
Knitting: Scarf
This MKAL has a different knitted lace pattern given on the first day of each month through November when there are two patterns given to complete the scarf. Usually, the January and December patterns are alike or similar to create symmetry for the scarf. There is pattern support during 2016 in A Big Comfy Doghouse Group’s 2016 Year of Lac...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
What do you do with all those little leftover balls of yarn? Putting them together into a hat is the answer! With this simple pattern, you can use up all those little balls, orphan skeins of yarn, or simply indulge your color fantasies! Quick and easy, the Potluck Hat makes a fun, head-warming gift!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
In Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb, Queen Kettricken endears herself to the Six Duchies people by her bold and courageous acts. Both male and female guards are so impressed with their new queen that they form the Queen’s Guard. They wear her colors of purple and white, but these warm mitts will look good in any color. The subtle lace pattern forms ...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
In Ship of Magic, the first book in the Liveship Traders Trilogy by Robin Hobb, Malta is given a courting gift by Reyn Kuprus, though she is unaware that he considers it as such. It is cold outside and Reyn gives Malta his scarf, ablaze with precious flame gems, that opens to become a shawl when Malta puts it on to warm herself. First Gift repli...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Who wouldn’t want to show off their devotion for their best canine friend when they can do it with these lovely mitts that combine dog paw prints on the palms and thumbs with cables and lace on the cuffs and hands? Easy to follow charts will guide you through to comfortable fingerless gloves for your own paws!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
With dog paw prints between cable and lace, who wouldn’t want to show off their devotion for their best canine friend? Easy to follow charts will guide you through to a comfortable sock for your own paws!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Who wouldn’t want to show off their devotion for their best feline friend when they can do it with these lovely mitts that combine cat paw prints on the palms and thumbs with cables and lace on the cuffs and hands? Easy to follow charts will guide you through to comfortable fingerless gloves for your own paws!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
With dainty cat paw prints between cable and lace, who wouldn’t want to show off their devotion to their feline friends? Easy to follow charts will guide you through to a comfortable sock for your paws!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The perfect shawl to show your love of your canine Best Friend. The little paw prints are followed by a cable and lace border. Beads (optional) add a sparkling touch.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The perfect shawl to show your love of your feline Best Friend. The little paw prints are followed by a cable and lace border. Beads (optional) add a sparkling touch.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A small ball of a contrasting color yarn turns a plain sock into a sock with pizzazz! Using only one color per row, these multicolored socks are easy and quick to knit for wearing or gifting!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are the perfect project for a new knitter, those who like to play with colored stripes, those who need a very quick gift knit, or anyone who needs to have their fingers available for texting or working, but want to keep their hands warm.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts were the January 2016 Mystery Mitt KAL for the Fingerless Glove Fanatics Group on Ravelry.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Formal gardens have a charm and elegance all their own. With the neatly trimmed hedges, the creative topiary, and multiple arrangements of plants and flowers, these gardens are a delight for the senses. Robin Hobb brings these gardens to life in her Farseer series. Whether wandering through the botanical splendor at Tradeford Castle or the count...
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern was written for beginning lace knitters to ‘get their feet wet’ learning to read different types of lace instructions in their written form. Charts have been added to let you try your hand at those if you wish. Instructions are included for adding beads to each pattern, but these are not required for a beautiful lace scarf. Knitter&...
Knitting: Cowl
Whether you knit this fingering weight cowl in a solid mosaic or give it even more pizzazz with a stockinette stitch interlude, this cowl will knit up quickly. Three different lengths allow you to customize the fit for your specific needs. The back side gives a fun, tweedy appearance.
Knitting: Cowl
Whether you knit this worsted weight cowl in a solid mosaic or give it even more pizzazz with a stockinette stitch interlude, this cowl will knit up quickly. Three different lengths allow you to customize the fit for your specific needs. The back side gives a fun, tweedy appearance.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A bit of lively contrasting color jazzes up a plain hat with A Touch of Pizzazz. Just one color of yarn is used in each round, so there are no color gymnastics required to knit this quick and easy hat.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A small ball of a contrasting color yarn turns a plain mitt into a mitt with pizzazz! Using only one color per round, these multi-colored mitts are easy and quick to knit for wearing or gifting!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
THIS PATTERN IS NOW AVAILABLE IN FRENCH! Thanks to Lsylvie for translating the pattern. When you purchase the pattern, you will receive both the English and the French versions.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves are stranded throughout so you have a double layer of warmth to keep your hands warm while you text to your friends! The braided edgings give a bit of pop and are very easy to do!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
What do you do with all those little leftover balls of yarn? Fingerless mitts are the answer! With this simple pattern, you can use up all those little balls, orphan skeins of yarn, or simply indulge your color fantasies! Since these mitts are worked from the top down, you can use every bit of your yarn, making the cuffs as long or short as you ...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Inspired by the Liveship Traders series by Robin Hobb, these mitts could have been worn by Althea Vestrit when she disguised herself as ship’s boy so she could prove herself a sailor. These mitts, bedecked with coins and sailors queues, would have kept her warm while she worked alongside the ship’s hunters on the cold winter seas.
Crochet: Home - Other
This project caddy can hold all the supplies you need to complete your projects: patterns, yarn, hooks, needles, even your remotes, cell phone, or iPad. Personalize it with your initials or other embroidery details. Makes a practical gift for your crafty friends!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
In Robin Hobb’s Farseer Series, Burrich is stable master for Buckkeep. His command of the animals in the stable is without peer and he keeps his animals in prime condition, ready for the hunts. Whether riding out to hunt with the dogs or watching the dolphins leap from the sea, this hat with its patterns reminiscent of Buckkeep’s seacoast and fo...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Warm your hands with these mitts that give an exotic feel to your adventures. Edged with easy-to-knit braids and stranded for double thickness, these mitts will warm you through the cold months in style.
Knitting: Scarf
In Fool’s Fate, the third book in Robin Hobb’s Tawny Man series, Fitz and the Fool travel to the glacial island of Aslevjal where Prince Dutiful must slay the dragon, Icefyre. This scarf would wrap the Prince’s challenger, the Narcheska Elliania, in lovely, lacy warmth.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
In Robin Hobb’s Farseer Series, Burrich is stable master for Buckkeep. His command of the animals in the stable is without peer and he keeps his animals in prime condition, ready for the hunts. Whether riding out to hunt with the dogs or calling the hawks to you, these socks with their patterns reminiscent of Buckkeep’s seacoast and forest will ...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Liveships are made from the indestructible cocoons of dragons. In Robin Hobb’s Liveship Traders series, we find both traders and pirates in possession of these priceless ships made from planks sawn from the massive cocoons. This blanket full of the ropes, rigging, and the wide planks of the Liveships would wrap a newly-born pirate prince or prin...
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Liveships are made from the indestructible cocoons of dragons. In Robin Hobb’s Liveship Traders series, we find both traders and pirates in possession of these priceless ships made from planks sawn from the massive cocoons. This pillow full of the ropes, rigging, and the wide planks of the Liveships would nestle the heads of even the most harden...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
In Robin Hobb’s Farseer Series, Burrich is stable master for Buckkeep Castle. His command of the animals in the stable is without peer and he keeps his animals in prime condition, ready for the hunts. Whether riding along the Buckkeep seacoast or hunting in the lush forests, these fingerless gloves will keep your hands warm and agile.
Knitting: Scarf
In the Farseer series by Robin Hobb, FitzChivalry is bonded by the Wit to a wolf, Nighteyes. Nighteyes’ favorite food is porcupine, though he finds it difficult to get to the meat through the quills without assistance. This modified version of a Victorian lace pattern is a tribute to FitzChivalry’s wolf companion.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Crystal Nebula Snowflake is one of five knitted snowflakes included in the 2015 Knitted and Beaded Snowflake Collection ebook.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Let a dog loose and it will run in exuberant circles and figure eights in an energy explosion. Here is a hat that celebrates a dog’s joy of running free and carefree!
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Evening Star Snowflake is one of five knitted snowflakes included in the 2015 Knitted and Beaded Snowflake Collection ebook.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Galactic Vortex Snowflake is one of five knitted snowflakes included in the 2015 Knitted and Beaded Snowflake Collection ebook.
Knitting: Scarf
Now is the time to get started on all those little bits that make the holidays fun! It’s A Ho-Ho-Ho and Jingle Bell Scarf takes little time or yarn to make. Just the thing to throw on at the last moment to give yourself or a friend a bit of festive cheer! Make one or dozens to give to all your friends and co-workers.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Lady Grace is the Duchess of Rippon Duchy in Robin Hobb’s Royal Assassin. Though she came from humble beginnings, these lovely lace fingerless gloves could have been knitted by the women in her family for her to wear on her wedding day when she acquired both a husband and a title.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Stellar Ice Snowflake is one of five knitted snowflakes included in the 2015 Knitted and Beaded Snowflake Collection ebook.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Winter’s Supernova Snowflake is one of five knitted snowflakes included in the 2015 Knitted and Beaded Snowflake Collection ebook.
Knitting: Scarf
This lovely all-knit-no-purl scarf can span the seasons because you can use whatever yarn you desire. Instructions are given for widening and lengthening the scarf to suit your personal style.
Knitting: Scarf
In the third book of the Farseer Series, Assassin’s Quest, by Robin Hobb, Kestrel and Gull are Skill twins who were born and raised in a fishing village. This scarf celebrates the two sisters’ beginnings with the symbols of the Shetland twins amidst seashells and the rolling waves of the sea.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This wee sweater will keep your hands from burning or chilling on a ‘go’ cup of coffee or soda. It also is a great practice piece if you have never done corrugated ribbing on a Fair Isle knitted piece. Make two and use them as wrist warmers! Work fewer rows and you have a knitted bracelet! Whether for yourself or a wee gift for a friend, the Jav...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Inspired by the Liveship Traders series by Robin Hobb, this hat could have been worn by Althea Vestrit when she disguised herself as ship’s boy so she could prove herself a sailor. This hat bedecked with coins and sailors queues would have kept her warm while she worked alongside the ship’s hunters on the cold winter seas. As a nod to her femini...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Inspiration for this design is the Liveship Traders series by Robin Hobb. Wintrow is studying to be a priest of Sa when he is called home to sail aboard the family’s Liveship. His hair is pulled back in a sailor’s queue and off he goes on a harrowing adventure with his father who is only interested in riches, riches, and more riches.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
In Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb, Queen Kettricken endears herself to the Six Duchies people by her bold and courageous acts. The guards, both men and women, are so impressed with their new queen that a group of them forms to become the Queen’s Guard. They wear Queen Kettricken’s colors of purple and white, but these warm socks will look good in ...
Knitting: Scarf
In the Farseer Series by Robin Hobb, Six Duchies Queen Kettricken hails from the Mountain Kingdom. In tribute to the Queen’s mountain origins, this lovely lace scarf depicts an expanse of diamonds each holding a single mountain peak.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This pattern was written for beginning lace knitters to ‘get their feet wet’ learning to read different types of lace instructions in their written form. Charts have been added to let you try your hand at those if you wish.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Whether you equate these with the beautiful Southern city or the 1920’s dance craze, these mitts will show off your knit and crochet talents with style! Simple crocheted granny squares are stitched together to be picked up and knitted in either of two styles: braided or garter stripes!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Whether you equate this hat with the beautiful Southern city or the 1920’s dance craze, it will show off your knit and crochet talents with style! Simple crocheted granny squares are stitched together to be picked up and knitted in one of three styles: braided, ribbed, or garter stripes!
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
This blanket can be made in any yarn and in multiple sizes. Make a special blanket for a doll or a preemie baby, for a baby shower gift, or a large and cozy lapghan for an adult. All is possible with this simple pattern with its elegant border. Made in white, it makes a lovely christening blanket.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Neapolitan Socks are simple socks that can be made in any ‘flavor’ and in three yarn weights - fingering, sport, and worsted. Choose your yarn and you are on your way to a new pair of socks! Instructions are written for ease in knitting. Whether you choose chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, or even Rocky Road for your color, you are sur...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Phoenix Tears have healing powers and what better way to stay healthy than by keeping your head warm in cold weather! This hat magically expands to fit the wearer so several head sizes can wear it!
Crochet: Potholder, Cozy - Other
This quick and easy crochet project can help you in two ways: holding your project, notions, books, or other sofa or chair side interests with its handy pocket for stashing the essentials you need, or these double-padded mitts can protect your hands and your clothes from hot casserole dishes as you take them from the oven or transport them to a ...
Knitting: Tote, Drawstring Bag
This fun and handy project bag will carry all your supplies for your current project. It has a knitted liner to keep crochet hooks and knitting needles in the bag. The liner is also an extension that can be pulled out to give more room to those really huge projects. Pockets have flaps on both sides so they can be used and accessed whether the ex...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Phoenix Tears have healing powers and what better way to stay healthy than by having warm hands! These mitts magically expand to fit the wearer so several hand sizes can wear them!
Knitting: Scarf
This colorful scarf is a fun and lightweight accessory for the warm months of the year! Whether you need a short or long scarf, this pattern gives you instructions to make it the length you want it to be. Short rows keep the long drop-stitch lengths from bunching on the ends of the scarf for a true rectangle. Perfect for those yarns with long co...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Phoenix Tears have healing powers and what better way to feel good than by donning these lovely socks! These socks magically expand to the wearer so they are a comfortable fit!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
Whether your morning walk takes you North or South, this quick-to-knit little bag will carry your lip balm, cell phone, keys, doggie treats, or other small essentials! Also great as a gift bag!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
Whether your morning walk takes you East or West, this quick-to-knit little bag will carry your lip balm, cell phone, keys, doggie treats, or other small essentials! Also great as a gift bag!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
Want to carry a bit of lip balm, a cell phone, identification, keys, or even doggie treats on your morning walk or run? Here is a quick and simple lace bag to hang around your wrist or neck to carry whatever supplies you need! Great stash buster for those little balls of leftover yarn!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
This quick-to-knit little bag will carry your lip balm, cell phone, keys, doggie treats, ID, or other small essentials in your purse or around your neck or wrist on your morning walk!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
Bring a bit of sea life with you when you carry this tiny bag to hold your lip balm, cell phone, keys, or even doggie treats on your morning walk or run! A quick and simple lace bag to hang around your wrist or neck! Great stash buster for those little balls of leftover yarn!
Knitting: Vest
This fun and easy vest will be the perfect compliment to your Independence Day festivities. In preteen and teen sizing and stockinette and seed stitches, this vest is a quick knit. In cotton, it will keep a cool profile for the celebrations! The crochet hook listed is only to attach the fringe, which is optional.
Knitting: Cozy - Other
Dress up your pint canning jars for yourself or gifts! This easy pattern is a quick knit. Add beads, embroidery, or other embellishments to give these owls their own personalities! The colorful braids are easy to make even for beginning knitters. Just 45 yards of the main color and 5 yards of the contrasting color are needed to bring these owls ...
Knitting: Cowl
Knit this cozy cowl to fit you snug about your neck or drapey as an infinity scarf. The 29” length only takes 140 yards of worsted weight yarn - perfect for that bit of handspun or one beautiful ball of yarn in your stash! This is the perfect opportunity to show off those fun buttons!
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Three sizes to fit anywhere you need a decorative pillow! A fun little cable stitch gives plenty of interest in between stretches of plain stockinette stitch! A quick knit to help you accessorize your favorite places! Instructions are given for knitting in one piece in the round or as two pieces knitted flat - Knitter’s Choice!
Knitting: Scarf
Too many scarves to store for the summer? Here is an idea: make your scarves into storage containers, pin cushions, notions holders, crochet hook or knitting needle holders, crayon or colored pencil holders, etc.! An easy peasy project with a use for all seasons that uses up those little left over balls of yarn we can’t bear to throw away!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
These colorful hats are easy to make using only one color per round. The slip stitch pattern creates a double layer of fabric to keep you toasty warm during the Winter months. Specific yarn amounts are given so you can use miscellaneous stash yarns or your handspun yarn to knit yourself some Winter warmth.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These colorful mitts are easy to make using only one color per round. The slip stitch pattern creates a double layer of warmth to keep you toasty warm during the Winter months. Specific yarn amounts are given so you can use miscellaneous stash yarns or your handspun yarn to knit yourself some Winter warmth.
Knitting: Scarf
This colorful scarf is easy to make using only one color per row. The slip stitch pattern creates a double layer of warmth to keep you toasty warm during the Winter months. Specific yarn amounts are given so you can use miscellaneous stash yarns or your handspun yarn to knit yourself some Winter warmth.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These reversible mitts are an easy, quick, and fun knit! The braided cable is done without a cable needle, so that’s an extra bonus! Reverse the braided side to find a simple and sturdy ribbed all-over pattern!
Knitting: Hands - Other
Glittens are a glove-mitten hybrid. Mittens keep your fingers together for warmth, but gloves give more dexterity. The glitten gives you the best of both worlds with warmth and dexterity built right in. This is especially helpful for hunters, dog walkers, and others who need finger/thumb dexterity during cold weather. With the addition of a spec...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
This swirly little snowflake is a quick knit! Pattern gives instructions for double-pointed needles with options for working in two circular needles or The Magic Loop, if preferred. The pattern includes needle sizes used for #10 Crochet Cotton, fingering weight yarn, and worsted weight yarn. The Gypsy Snowflake knits up easily to bring a little ...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The Lily Snowflake will be a lovely addition to your holiday tree, packages, window, and table decorations.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The Molly Snowflake will brighten your holidays by embellishing your packages, table, tree, bags, or anything you want to be more festive.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Using only two needles, this little wonder of a snowflake works up fast enough to knit yourself a blizzard of them! A fun knit to use for decorating trees, packages, bags, pillows, sweaters, windows, or gifting! Enjoy winter anytime of the year!
Knitting: Afghan block
This basic entrelac square is written with beginners in mind, but can be used by anyone wanting to make an entrelac square.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This small blanket is the perfect size to cover your baby in a stroller or car seat or playpen without the added bulk of a large blanket. It also is a good size for a preemie. Instructions are given for making the blanket wider and/or longer.
Knitting: Afghan block
You can now make afghan squares any size you desire with this easy pattern. No more guessing if you have the right size for a swap because you can see exactly how big your square is as you go! Want to add lots and lots of colors? Easy instructions for multiple colors included! The edges are made so they are easy to stitch together or crochet aro...
Knitting: Socks - Other
Use the fingering weight/sock weight yarn you have left over to make a matching pair of socks for your 18” (American Girl type) doll. Whether striped, plain, or variegated, they will always look just right!
Knitting: Puppet
Whether they have a mustache or a monocle, these two are high class brothers of the sheep world! Use bits of yarn and a few stitches of embroidery before putting them on your fingers to wiggle for a giggle!
Knitting: Doily
This snowflake was named after my rescued Beagle-mix, Emma. It is a lovely addition to holiday decorating, window ornaments, package toppers, or anywhere you want a bit of festive cheer! Little bits of thread and a little bit of time will have you in a blizzard before you know it!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
During the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. I was fascinated by the way the snowboards went a short smooth way to the beginning of the half pipe, then did multiple twists, flips, and spins to finally end up with a long straight slide at the end. I thought there had to be a way to get that interpreted in knitting because it was just so awesome ...
Knitting: Bag - Other
This Western-style amulet bag is just the right size for a spare bit of change or a small treasure to carry with you. It is incredibly soft and can be made with any sport weight chenille yarn. Also makes a nice little extra gift for the very young lady in your life.
Knitting: Bag - Other
Inspired by a building in long-ago Persia, this amulet bag is beautiful enough to wear as a necklace with the bonus of being able to carry a small bit of cash or treasure!
Knitting: Bag - Other
Carry a small token of Victorian days with this tiny reticule. It is just large enough for a bit of cash, a tube of lipstick, or another small treasure.
Knitting: Bag - Other
“The galaxy is on Orion’s belt.” (MIB, the movie) This amulet bag is for our SciFi geek friends - your very own galaxy you can carry with you. It even has a place for a small bit of cash or any wee bit of space junk you might encounter on your travels.
Knitting: Bag - Other
A reminder of the ocean that is small enough to store that precious and tiny sea shell you found while walking along the beach.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl can be made any size with any yarn. Knit two and they easily can be made into a poncho. Whether a full-sized shawl, shoulder shawl, scarf, or poncho, this simple pattern with just a touch of lace will be a favorite!
Knitting: Bag - Other
A soothing triangle to keep all the circles and squares in your life a little bit off-kilter. Great little accessory for carrying a small bit of cash, a key, a calming bag of tea, or a precious treasure.
Crochet: Bag - Other
I’m a great fan of making-it-up-as-I-go-along projects and that’s what I did with my little card case. Small amount of yarn for a quick and easy project. Use up left-over stash! Makes great small stocking-stuffer gift!
Knitting: Scarf
You can make this elegant scarf with just one ball of laceweight yarn. If you have two balls of yarn, you can lengthen and widen it easily into a shawl. Beautiful way to use that one special ball of laceweight yarn in your stash. This scarf can just as easily be made with a heavier weight yarn by increasing the needle size.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Why have plain entrelac when you can add braids for an added fashion flair? You will need less than 100 yards each of two colors for this hat along with a 16 inch circular needle and a set of double-pointed needles.
Knitting: Cuffs, Beanie, Toque
Made to fit a standard woman’s head and wrists, these make an elegant presentation for casual Winter dress. The beads add just the right amount of glitz. One ball of Nature Spun Worsted makes both the hat and the wristers. This is a good pattern for handspun since it takes only 190 yards total for the ensemble! The best part is there is no...
Knitting: Towel
Two different sizes of yarns come together to make this lovely addition to your guest facilities. The main body is knitted separately from the two lace edgings and then the three pieces are sewn together.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A beautiful sock for mothers and daughters in a feminine lace pattern with only four pattern rows. A great multi-generational sock!
Knitting: Tote
Use bigger needles and felt the tote or smaller needles for a closely knit bag to line or not. Use the squares as mini canvases and embroider, bead, button, or embellish to your heart’s content!
Knitting: Scarf
Use a smaller needle size and/or laceweight yarn to make the scarf narrower. Use a larger needle size and/or heavier yarn to make the scarf wider - worsted weight would make it almost a shawl. It can be any length, just stop when you either have it the length you want or are about to run out of yarn. Great for that one-and-a-bit skein of fingeri...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl can be knitted in any size yarn and to any size from wee, tiny scarf for a doll to a super-huge-wrap-around size depending on the size of your yarn and the amount of yarn you have.