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This cardigan evolved from the adult sized “Petrichor” cardigan, which in turn resulted from inquiries for sweaters by people who were fond of the stitch pattern in my “Get the Picture” hat. After I had made a cardigan with this stitch pattern for myself to see how the pattern would work out in a sweater, I thought it would be great to knit one ...
This cardigan evolved after I had published my “Get the Picture” hat featuring the same stitch, resulting in a lot of inquiries for sweaters from people who were fond of the stitch pattern (as far as I remember, I think I must have found this stitch pattern on one of those free-stitch-pattern-websites, but I am not 100% sure any more). Subsequen...
Are you looking for a cowl to match your “All that Jazz” hat? Look no farther – this one has everything you would want in the perfect cowl: intriguing ribbing, entertaining cables and all that jazz. It is seamless, knit from the top to bottom, fully charted while at the same time fully written out.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat
“Uszatka” is at the same time the Polish name for the long-eared owl and the popular deerstalker hat named after it. To hear how it is pronounced, type in the word “uszatka” in this website: http://www.ivona.com/ , choose Polish language and press play ♥
Sometimes, life throws a curve ball or two when you least expect it, rendering all plans null and void. When this happens, we all have the inner fortitude to take that ball and throw it back at the universe. Designed with those tough times in mind, “Fortitude” makes a moderately easy project when you want to knit something but can’t ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Are you looking for a hat with just a little bit of slouch, intriguing ribbing, entertaining cables and all that jazz? Look no farther - “All that Jazz” has everything one would want in the perfect hat. It is seamless, knit from the bottom-up, fully charted while at the same time fully written out … and all that jazz.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
“Shades of Pale” is a slightly asymmetrical triangular shawl worked sideways in relaxing garter stitch with simple eyelet rows for variety and easy-to memorize fringe elements on the two longer sides. The fringe is worked as you go in predetermined intervals on the first side, then more fringe is added during the bind-off row on.
Do you belong to those who can’t wait for Spring to arrive, but are reluctant to admit you’re feeling cold without a sweater? If you are like me, then “Xanti” is just the right thing to wear when you want to shed the bundled-up winter look, but still intend to stay warm when you need it.
There are some things in life that just belong together - their very existence depends on the other. And most surprisingly, these symbionts have no idea that they’re helping each other to survive with this most beautiful relationship. While our existence isn’t dependent on yarn, as knitters, we can appreciate the relationship that is...
As with most of my cardigans, Ruisseaux is knit top down, completely seamlessly with set in sleeves worked using short rows. First, you knit the back from the shoulder line to the armhole, then carefully pick up stitches of the shoulders and work both fronts to the armhole. At that point you join all pieces together. Once the body is done, you p...
Cabletta Cardigan is a beautiful garment with an interesting hourglass shape on the back inspired by a store bought sweater. This cardigan is knit from the top, completely seamlessly with set in sleeves worked using short rows. First, you knit the back and then both fronts. When you reach the underarms, join all pieces to work them together. Onc...
“Cabletta Junior” is a beautiful garment with an interesting hourglass shape on the back inspired by a store bought sweater.This cardigan is knit top down, completely seamlessly with set in sleeves worked using short rows. First, you knit the back and then both fronts. When you reach the underarms, join all pieces to work them togeth...
“Ink” is the perfect cardigan to slip on when the balmy days of summer transition to the chilly days of autumn. Named for the color of the yarn, it is also a reminder that autumn brings with it the beginning of a new school year. Knitted in fingering yarn and reverse stocking stitch from the collar down, the cables on the garment bri...
For most of us “Zigzag Cardigan” is easier to pronounce, but the true name of this piece should be “Tse Bighanilini ” which in Navaho language means “the place where water runs through rocks.” That is what Navaho Indians call one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen – Antelope Canyon.