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This collection of patterns is a tribute to spring, to rain, to flowers blooming everywhere! Let the spring fall down on your needles and bring the freshness of springtime knits. Let lightweight yarns seduce you with their softness and airyness…
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I wanted to make a very basic cardigan and add something special to the pattern… I wanted to find a sweater with a perfectly grandpa look. The yarn I used reminded me of denim color, and I didn’t want to loose that sporty feeling by adding a stitch pattern or more detail… And then I thought of adding these optional Elbow Patche...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Choose your favorite 2 colors and watch them collide into a fun yet simple striped shawl. The textured stitch pattern at the end will keep your interest all the way through. The picot bind-off adds a feminine flare, while its whimsical wing shape helps it to stay on your shoulders effortlessly.
This quick knit will rejuvenate your knitting with easy to follow instructions that result in simple but great looking stitch patterns. This super comfortable pullover is worked from the top down, seamlessly and in the round. Finishing steps are minimal, so you can wrap yourself up in On the grass in no time…
This little cardigan is worked seamlessly from the top down, with raglan sleeves. The neckline is shaped with short rows for a more comfortable fit. With its feminine features and interesting stitch pattern, this project will complement any transitional weather outfit.
Spring is just around the corner. What better way to welcome the change in seasons than with a darling little cardigan! It will be just right for the surprises that spring weather always brings. Neon is designed in Plucky Sweater yarn and features a top down construction, using the Contiguous method. That means that there is no need to worry abo...
This tunic is the perfect go to pullover when you need something simple yet stylish. It’s a simple and quite quick knit, with a few twists that will keep the process of knitting it interesting, starting with knitting the collar in one direction, and the rest of the body in another. Since Tourist sweater is designed to be the perfect travel...
Flyaway hoodie is a seamless, top-down design, with small elongated cables running down the upper fronts and back, down to the waist, followed by the body in stockinette stitch forming an A-line shape and set-in sleeves worked in the round from the top down.
Every girl in your circle of family and friends will fall in love with the romantic flowers and leaves on this cardigan. Girly is comfortable for going to the park and cute to wear to a birthday party. It is knit in one piece up to the armholes and then dividing for front and back, with set in sleeves worked from the top down. It is sized for 2 ...
You just found out a friend or family member is having a baby. You want to knit the new ray of sunshine something quick but also original and with a bit of challenge in the knitting, not to make it too boring. The baby looking adorable and cozy in it will be a big bonus!
This is a very light and drapey cardigan, worked with fingering yarn at a fairly loose gauge. It features an A-line shape, with draped fronts and a very simple lace pattern in the body. This pattern is absolutely seamless and it includes directions for a short-sleeved and a long-sleeved version.
I used to have a lot of time to knit, and I often made blankets and other elaborated hand-knits for every baby that popped up in my family and circle of friends. But as time went by, my knitting time became very limited, and also, it seems that more and more babies are on their way! So I had to come up with something that I could knit in one wee...
This vest was knit using a lighter yarn for the borders and a heavier yarn for the rest of the garment. I cast on more stitches for the hem and then did decreases when reaching the transition to the heavier yarn. You can knit it this way or you can use only the heavier yarn and cast on directly the same amount of stitches necessary for the body....