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Knitting: Earflap Hat
Pick any of your 3 favorite Malabrigo Chunky colors to work this hat up in a flash, less than a skein is used in each color!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless mitts are supremely functional and these are no exception. With a long length and loose fit, they can pull all the way to the elbows or scrunch to the wrists for stylish and warm coverage. The mitts are simple to knit with enough textural detail to keep the attention of the knitter but the unique look won’t be evident until the final ...
Knitting: Dress
Tunics are really fantastic travel pieces. They’re so versatile and can be worn over jeans, leggings or bare legs. The tank style of this top lends itself to being layered over long sleeves in the winter and bare arms in the Spring and Summer. The chevrons around the waistband have a slightly native feel to them and they provide a starting...
Knitting: Vest
Nomads have moved with and by the stars for generations. This circle vest is a wearable piece of homage and remembrance, not to mention an easy-to-wear addition to your wardrobe! A little bit of color play and textural change keep the vest interesting to knit and fun to work up.
Knitting: Skirt
Another crazy-versatile pattern, this skirt is knit in a one-size fits most sizing! Easily layered, this skirt could go over bare legs, leggings, even another skirt. The colors are fun and unexpected, but the stitch patterns really bring out the natural beauty found in the Malabrigo Arroyo colorways. A clean neutral color breaks up the color blo...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Arco Iris means rainbow and the colorway of this fabulous yarn reminds me of the colors you’d see after a subdued summer shower. The shawl would be perfect for the adventurous beginner looking to try their hand at knitting shawls - the stitches are simple, the shape is divine and the drape makes this accessory really flexible for styling o...
Knitting: Hats - Other
Are you looking for the perfect accessory to don on crisp spring days or summer evenings? The extremely stretchy brim on this slouch won’t crimp your hair but will still keep the hat atop your head. A perfect mix of wool and nylon, the yarn gives fabulous drape and accentuates the stitch pattern perfectly. The lace pattern is easy to memor...
Knitting: Cardigan
For those girls, like me, who practically live in cardigans, this sweater is perfect for summer! The light, lacy details keep it weightless and dainty while also providing a bit of coverage if the breeze kicks up or the AC is on too high. the boatneck gives a bit more sophistication and attitude than other cardis and three-quarter sleeves solidi...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Sweet Summer is a small shawl that uses only 1 skein of Sweet Fingering (438 yds). It’s great for a first shawl project or something to use up those gorgeous single skeins you have in your stash. It features basic knit and purl stitches with simple increases and yarn overs. Textural changes reveal a graphic sun ray pattern branching into a...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I named Fresh Chroma for the bright, modern colors found in the new Malabrigo Rastita yarn. Cheerful colors and extremely soft yarn, its a fun hat to knit and wear. And, because the chart is simple, it’s a great project for knitters who want to practice their stranded color work but won’t bore the more experienced either.
Knitting: Other Top
This top is a perfect addition to your Spring and Fall wardrobes; the lightweight material and dropped stitch details allow air to flow freely while the wool content of the yarn will make sure this light layer fends off the chill. The interesting construction allows the knitting to surprise you at various points, making its grand reveal later in...
Knitting: Hats - Other
Who doesn’t want to be able to transform into a Viking at the drop of a hat? (Pun totally intended) This hat is made up of a few small pieces put together to create the perfect face-warmer, mask, helmet and accessory. It’s fun to make and uses a variety of needle sizes, yarn weights and techniques to keep you interested. In the end, you get your...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A collaboration between Bittersweet Woolery and SillyLittleLady, this pattern is now available to the public after being part of a Mystery KAL!
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque, Hats - Other
A perfect Spring, Summer and Fall hat, the lacy texture mixed with the alpaca fibers keeps it warm and light. The pattern is a simple repeat and would be good for a beginner looking for something slightly more adventurous but not intimidating. The resulting drape and slouch keep it modern and fashionable while also functional and practical.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap, Neck / Torso - Other
A perfect layer for when the sun and the clouds are battling it out and you want something soft around your neck and shoulders, this shawl is sure to become a fast favorite. The lace border is knit first then stitches are picked up and worked inward to the center. Momentum is gained rather than lost as the number of stitches per row decreases th...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat
A simple but unique design, this hat would be great for the knitter who wants to practice different techniques in a smaller project and the finished result is great for snow sports! Perfectly mirrored cables and ribbing add to the charm of the hat. The super soft, lightweight and warm yarn is a treat for your hands and your head.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque, Hats - Other
A simple textured braid with an interesting decrease method makes this hat engaging to knit as well as fashionable to wear. The extra-slouchy nature allows this hat to be an easy fit for most head-sizes. Using just 1 skein of most sock-yarns, it’s the perfect project to help you work through your stash or perhaps sample that new skein you’ve had...
Knitting: Cardigan
Meant to fit loosely around the body, this cardigan is a great finishing layer to add just a bit of warmth on a chilly day or bring together any outfit.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Mittens are warmer than gloves because your fingers can intermingle and share their warmth with each other, but they aren’t exactly practical when it comes to doing things that involve your fingers. These convertible knucks give you the best of both worlds: the warmth of mittens with the functionality of gloves in the form of a removable mitten ...
Knitting: Stocking
A simple knit, but also the coolest hat you’ll own! Knit with plenty of extra slouch and accessorized with a sizable PomPom, what’s not to love about this beanie? The pattern is written to be very flexible when it comes to yarn choice and just about any worsted weight yarn will do the trick making it perfect for your handspun beauties or that si...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Looking for the perfect go-to mitts? Simple to knit, subtle design and texture, wonderful yarn.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque, Brimmed Hat
This hat is great for hand dyed or handspun yarns. The texture is simple enough to show off the colors and textures of the yarns while still adding a little bit of something extra. A subtle spiral pattern will not overpower or compete with the yarn you choose; rather, it will enhance the yarns’ natural beauty. This design is very unisex and the ...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This cute, functional and stylish little bolero combines a wonderful cotton yarn and a light, springy pattern to create an accessory that will easily carry you through the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons. The short flutter sleeves keep the bolero a little more feminine and girly, but it looks great without sleeves as well. The long front panels ...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Perfect for bad hair days or days when you’re out the door before you have time to think about your hair, this lacy slouch hat is perfect for just about any occasion. Top off a casual outfit with a little bit of chic style or add it to a dressy outfit to keep it a bit more laid-back. The hat is warm but light making it ideal for the spring and f...
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Who doesn’t want their own personal ninja mask? I mean, seriously. This beanie looks like a normal beanie, maybe a little funky with Dumbo-ish qualities, but cute none the less. Cross those ears over your face and you’re invisible to the world! Or at least to the cold, it will blow right past you as you board down those slopes without even touch...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
The name for this piece came from the gorgeous color combination of the yarns. The deep blue/teal of the main color mixes oh so wonderfully with the varied shades of the alpaca.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Want some cabled fingerless mitts that look a little different than your normal cabled pieces? This pattern is written so that you can make the mitts as long as you want, simply do fewer cable turns to get a shorter cuff. The seed stitch allows them to stretch a decent amount and the thumb shaping gives the finished product a more customized app...
Knitting: Pullover
02/19/12