Cori Eichelberger

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Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
A lace sampler mystery knit-a-long for the twelve days following the Christmas holiday. One clue will be released from December 26, 2018 through January 6, 2019, with a new lace pattern each day. The pattern, with lace stitches of varying difficulty, is written for fingering-weight, gradient yarns. Keep up with 12 clues in 12 days and you will ...
Knitting: Cowl
Once again, I’m teaching knitting at the library. The project for the next step after beginners and advanced beginners needs to be completed in 3 weeks, and it needs to be knittable by knitters with a variety of skill levels. Hence, this new version of the Knitting at the Library Cowl, a lace sampler, was born. There are five sections incorpora...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Do you remember as a child, playing kickball in the empty field down the street? Or in the front yard where you had to find objects to set up the diamond for the bases? Mr. Tom owned the empty field at the end of our block, and everyone around called it Mr. Tom’s Field. These socks remind of a time when kids played kickball outdoors all day and...
Knitting: Cowl
I was inspired for this contest by the Minnesota Knitter’s Guild fall retreat, which is full of long chats by the fire, making connections and garnering the best kind of medicine for winter chill. This sampler type cowl (in colorways reminiscent of a winter sunset, see photo) alternates a divider of reverse stockinette stitch and a repeating la...
Knitting: Cardigan
Marled is defined in the urban dictionary as: A smart intelligent gorgeous young female.
Knitting: Poncho
This small poncho is available in kit form from Queen City Fibers; check out their Etsy shop for colorways.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
“We must strive to be like the moon.’ An old man in Kabati repeated this sentence often… the adage served to remind people to always be on their best behavior and to be good to others. She said that people complain when there is too much sun and it gets unbearably hot, and also when it rains too much or when it is cold. But, no one grumbles whe...
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
Hastags and emojis are the new “thing.” And these two dishcloths are perfect for a gift for someone who loves to use emojis in their texts and emails! Choose LOL or LUV or make one of each.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
ERRATA: Page 5 second column Rows 5 and 6 should both read: repeat to last 5 stitches (instead of 6). Pattern will be updated soon.
Knitting: Pullover
Honoring the day of publication Cinco de Mayo as well as the chance to knit this up for National Taco Day on October 4!
Knitting: Poncho
I have been fortunate to attend the Virginia Beach Yarn Getaway retreat the last 2 winters. Looking out on the winter beach scene fills a knitter with a sense of wonder and beauty, but winter in Virginia can be cold and windy, so having a little poncho for your shoulders like this one is just the thing. Hence, Pontini! The colorful yoke design ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
ERRATA: Round 9 of the CROWN DECREASES on p. 3 should not read “twice” at the end of the instruction. It should read RND 9: (… LC) knit to end of round.
Knitting: Cowl
Worsted weight version now included!
Knitting: Cowl
PATTERN NOTES: This cowl is knit from the bottom up. A separate neckline trim is knit first and set aside until the cowl is knit up to the neckline where the two are joined before binding off. You may choose to knit the cowl with an I-cord cast-on and bind-off or with ribbing to start the piece.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Minnesota is cold and is known for having two season: winter and road construction. Everyone needs a new winter hat (sometimes you need several), especially when you can coordinate it with the Nice-capades sweater from Minnesota 52: 16 knits inspired by the road. Knit this one up to match or in a variety of colors for all of your outdoor activi...
Knitting: Cardigan
Do you want to knit a sweater that will allow you to stand out in a crowd? This is the question I asked myself before heading off to Rhinebeck, NY to attend the Dutchess County Sheep and Wool Festival. Since this October tradition is a bucket list item that most knitters only get to attend once in a lifetime, I decided to go all out: colorwork ...
Knitting: Cowl
This choose your own adventure pattern allows you to really individualize your own cowl: team colors, fall, Christmas or your best friend’s favorites (Megan would love 2 or 3 shades of green.) Easy enough to knit in the company of friends but with enough interest to keep you motivated to finish. Knit your preferred length, long or short, stripe...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A striped hat for all seasons: tailgating in the fall in your team colors, attending a yarn festival in October, sledding down a toboggan hill with six of your closest friends, or cuddling by the fire after skiing on the mountain (…and possibly shoveling out your car at the Sun Valley Fibers January Thaw knitting retreat in January in Mount Hor...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These easy-to-knit, choose-your-own adventure mitts will knit up quickly to your preferred length, long or short, stripes or color blocking, with Latvian braids or plain. If you enjoy colorwork, spice things up a bit for the ribbing or leave it simple with a one color rib. Choose a top that can flip up for finger coverage when it’s cold or tuck...
Knitting: Pullover
Knitters today attend events all over the world. Retreats and workshops, classes and markets – it all makes for a community that didn’t even exist 20 years ago. That’s my inspiration for this sweater. A knitter begins traveling on a road to a knitting event and then is joined by a friend who accompanies her on journeys around the country. As in...
Knitting: Pullover
This streamlined hoodie is going to take you everywhere, from the local high school football game or bonfire at the lake, to a fall fiber festival or casual evening out with friends. Contrasting Latvian braids on the hem, sleeves and collar are stunning accents to this hooded sweater. Knit it in your favorite team colors or choose colors that a...
Knitting: Pullover
ERRATA: P. 23 INSTRUCTIONS: ROW 2(WS): K2, P2, rep from to last stitch, end K1. The P2 was accidentally omitted.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
FINISHED SIZES:Circumference around foot: 7”(7.5, 8.0, 8.5)(9, 9.5, 10) 18 (19, 20.5, 21.5)(23, 24, 26.5) cm
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This easy-to-knit colorwork chimney hat will come off the needles quickly and make a merry statement for the Christmas season. Make one for every kid on your list, or perhaps you’d like to wear one to the office holiday party or to the ugly Christmas sweater contest. The only thing better would be if you’d find Santa on the inside. This pattern...
Knitting: Stocking
NEWLY UPDATED TO INCLUDE FINGERING WEIGHT INSTRUCTIONS AS WELL AS WORSTED!
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
“Hats don’t look good on me!” Well, this one will. I have yet to see someone not look good with a bit of softness around their face and this felted hat looks good on everyone. The novelty yarn adds a bit of softness and fun to everyone’s look.
Knitting: Mittens
Want a way to spice up your winter? This is a great way to use up bits of extra wool and novelty yarns by adding some “fun” at your wrists!
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Why shouldn’t the little ladies of the world have a fancy winter hat? or Easter bonnet? These are so fun to felt and quick and easy to knit you won’t want to stop making them up for all the little princesses in your life.
Knitting: Cardigan
This pattern is knit holding three strands of cotton (different colors) together at the same time; thus, the larger gauge. It knits up very fast and very easy and is a top down construction. I used 22 different colors of the Cotton Twist and made two sweaters because of the huge amount of yarn I had to begin with. But this could easily be made ...
Knitting: Purse
A perfect purse for any occastion. The size of a paper gift bag, its sits well with a flat base construction and opens wide at the top. The tote bag is the size of a paper grocery bag and is the perfect knitting tote.
Knitting: Purse
Want the perfect teacher gift? How about a felted apple bag? This bag can be made up as an apple or a strawberry with just a few modifications and comes in a tote size and purse size pattern.
Knitting: Backpack
Send your little one off with a custom knit and felted backpack in the colors of their choice OR make yourself a fun carryall for your everyday errands.
Knitting: Toy Game
This boarde is knit using a technique called column knitting which allows the knitter to work only one column at a time and does not require carrying colors. Column knitting is easy to do but does require an extra circular and double pointed needles. There is a set-up picture for reference.
Knitting: Purse
These bags were knit with a technique called column knitting, which allows the knitter to work with only one color at a time, and does not require carrying colors. It is easy knitting to do but does require and extra circular needle. There is an attached photo of this technique for your use.
Knitting: Purse
Make your custom purse your own but making an I-cord intial and then felting it with your bag! A great idea for a baby diaper bag as well!
Knitting: Purse
You will be amazed at the wonderful “jangling” effect of the buttons on the top of this bag. A really fun project and will get lots of comments from knitters and non-knitters alike. Such as “how did you do that?”
Knitting: Messenger Bag
Design a one of a kind messenger bag, using stripes, novelty yarn or color work patterns. Also a pattern included to hang your messenger bag the long way as opposed to the traditional way.
Knitting: Muff, Earwarmers
Every little girl should have her moment in the winter season. This muff and headband pattern is quick and easy and can be done in the child’s favorite colors. A little Dr. Zhivago makes the winter a warmer place.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Make one or a dozen small ornaments to hang on a tree, on a garland or on a gift. Makes a great teachers gift. Use up small amounts of scrap wool.
Knitting: Tote
The pineapple is the sign of hospitality but also a really fun way to express yourself by carrying a “fruit bag.”
Knitting: Tote, Purse
I wanted to make the perfect “fall” knitting bag and this is what I came up with. I love the tote size version for all my knitting projects and because it’s felted, your needles won’t poke through. And the smaller purse size is a real show stopper for carrying around town.
Knitting: Purse
This was my first and mow my most popular felted bag pattern. The first time I saw a felted bag was in my LYS and a woman was carrying a striped bag and I went home and tried to duplicate it. Here are the results.
Knitting: Purse
Put a different colored scarf through the loops in the top of this purse and change your look every day of the week.
Knitting: Purse
Here’s a quick and easy felted handbag that incorporates the colors of your choice for a custom bag. Add any style of bead for a one-of-a kind look.
Knitting: Containers, Cozy - Other
I wrote this pattern after doing a display of flowers for a knitting shop window. These felted vase cozies are a wonderful gift and cover up that old clear glass vase and hide any stems or dirty water from showing.
Knitting: Purse, Wristlet
This is a darling purse for a little girl or for an adult woman for a garden party. It also works really well as an Easter basket. Use bright fun colors and green “fun fur” for the grass as a background for your flower garden.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
With so much novelty yarn out there to choose from it seems that even the babies of the world should be more dressed up.
Knitting: Throw
I was inspired by a blanket in a NYC yarn store years ago and this is the pattern I came up with. You actually hand stitch the plaid pattern into the blanket with an in and out long stitch.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
I wrote this pattern for my daughter who really wanted a coat made out of this fun yarn. Several people ask me to share the pattern after they saw her wearing it so even though I only have one size to offer … here it is.
Knitting: Tote
The perfect tote bag for all your knitting projects. Since it is felted, it is a sturdy bag that your needles won’t poke through and you’ll receive lots of compliments on your watermelon design. A little colorwork at the top makes this pattern and interesting but easy enough for a beginner knitter.