Trudy Fedorko

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Knitting: Poncho
Garter stitch with a few interesting areas thrown in makes this a fun and relaxing knit project. The front and back panels are knit separately and then joined at the shoulders with a three needle bind off. An I-cord bind off makes a beautiful sturdy finish to the neckline. Stitches are then picked up on each side and the ‘sleeves’ of the poncho...
Knitting: Scarf
Long and luscious striped chevron scarf. This pattern uses five mini skeins and two mohair colors to create hues that flow from one to the next over the length of the scarf. Most of the work is relaxing garter stitch with just a few stitches needed for shaping. Oh…. and the light soft feel is like wearing a warm cloud!!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Asymmetric, diagonally knit shawl with lots of fun texture!!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
‘Stars In My Eyes’ is a large light weight crescent shaped shawl with fun little star-studded rows! The shawl is knit from the top down starting with a garter tab. Simple increases create a curved top border that beautifully wraps around the body.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Warm and snuggly and knits up quickly in worsted weight yarn. Simple cables and lots of ribbing keeps this hat thick and squishy with lots of stretch so it can be worn by women and men alike. Add some fun with the stranded colorwork snowflake on top!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Use all those fun and special mini skeins you have been collecting!!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Rippling waves of speckles and blues. Chevron stripes and a simple lace pattern adorn this buttoned wrap that can be worn multiple ways. Two-color stripes give a nod to musical notes and gentle river currents. Double slipped stitches on the edges make for a smooth slightly rolled edge.
Knitting: Scarf
’A Year In Minis Scarf’ was designed to use all those super fun minis you have been collecting (or to give you a reason to buy more)!! The pattern uses twelve mini skeins, representing the twelve months of the year, with each color blending into the next using an easy slipped stitch technique. The border is created as you go with I-cord edging....
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Long shallow asymmetric triangle scarf is worked starting with a cast on of just four stitches. Knit on the diagonal and increasing stitches as you go, this two color shawl is knit using a simple slip stitch pattern while holding only one color per row. The color sections are broken up with a half linen stitch giving the shawl an overall lovely...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by a walk through the Aspens in autumn, this asymmetric, diagonally knit shawl was designed to show off the colors of nature-inspired hand dyed yarns. Simple textured stitch patterns and an easy repetitive lace pattern come together to evoke a landscape of nature’s beauty.
Knitting: Cowl
Zaina Infinity Scarf is worked in the round using two colors of yarn. I think it looks best with one skein of a solid color yarn and one highly variegated yarn. It begins with a ribbed band in one color. Then a second color is added and both colors are worked to complete the next 25 rounds. Toward the end of the 25 rounds, the pattern is revers...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Easy to wear long asymmetric triangle shawl… one of my favorite shapes!! It wraps twice around your neck, easily, with long drapey tails. It is large without being overly bulky.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Pretty lace front socks knit one at a time from the cuff down. The lace pattern depicts rippling waves cascading down the sock from cuff to toe and is made up of twelve easy to remember repeats. This makes the socks an enjoyable and relaxing project.