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Knitting: Shrug / Bolero, Poncho, Shawl / Wrap
A simple wrap that can be buttoned and worn as a shrug or a poncho, whatever your attire needs! The color work is worked in the round, and stepped, but don’t be alarmed, its only 2” of steeking per edge, and a great way to try it out. If you are too alarmed to steek, you can always work the color work back and forth, but its really w...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
Cymbeline starts at the back of the neck with a lace detail, and then through increasing and short rows you build up the yoke. Sleeves are divided out and worked later, and the body is increased to become and cascading shape, that can be left open, or tied as it is in the picture. The sleeves are then picked up and worked in the round to elbow l...
I designed Scarlet to be the perfect pairing with sundresses. It is a cropped sweater knit from the bottom up in one piece, with elbow-length sleeves and raglan sleeves. The neck incorporates a section of short rows for added depth in the back and a nice frame for the neckline.
This sweater is knit from the top down with raglan and yoked sweater increasing. The sleeves have length options from the pictured capped, to ¾ length and full-length sleeves. The A-line body shape makes this pullover a great garment for wearing with leggings or jeans.
Knitting: Sweater - Other
An elegant poncho that snuggles your shoulders and stays in place better than a wrap. Vera is knit as a rectangle and then grafted together so it is completely seamless. Stitches are picked up for the bottom border and the cowl neckline. Sizing is general as one size can fit many different body sizes and types.
Knitted sleep sacks are just about the coziest and easiest way to keep your baby wrapped and warm. This sack features a top down construction with easy diaper changing snaps or buttons at the bottom! Buttons on the top straps help to make putting-on and taking-off no fuss.
This attractive and flattering garment incorporates the knitting genius Elizabeth Zimmerman’s opposite raglan called a nalgar, instead of decreasing to form the yoke after attaching the sleeves; you increase and form sleeves as you go. The result is a loose dropped shoulder look, which is flattering for many figures.
Start with a cabled collar then pick up and knit from the yoke down with a simple lace raglan and modest flaring at the sides for optimal drape and swing. Flattering on many body types. Pick up and knit a rolled collar as a finishing touch to create a gently rolling collared sweater for any occasion. Sleeve options including short, ¾ length and ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
An easy first shawl, if you’ve never made a shawl this is an easy one to get the feel for a triangle construction. The name Wind Rows is a farming term when raking drying hay in the field. The yarn over rows reminded me of looking out over the contoured fields of luscious hay.
This garter stitch sweater is perfect for layering, the best part? Once it is too small to be a long sleeved sweater, it still fits adorably as a swing shrug, and being constructed from the top down, means you can always add length as your child grows!