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The Locus Vest is a seamless design worked bottom-up to the armholes. The body is then divided for front and back to be finished separately. Beautiful lace panels run up the centre front and back of the body while the armholes and neckline are trimmed with simple stocking stitch for an impeccable finish.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
The Watersport hat is a traditional beret worked in the round from the brim and up. It features slipped stitches and eyelets which I have combined to create a gentle swirl that continues into the tip of the crown. It is a timeless, feminine design with a contemporary twist.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Apple River shawl is a lace knit with a difference. Its delicate lacy centre is framed by easy-knit stocking stitch wedges either side while the beautiful edging grows organically from the main lace motif. The shawl is knitted in one piece top-down and requires no assemblage.
The Prim Cardigan is a stylish seamless design worked bottom-up with waist-shaping and raglan sleeves. The slipped stitches are worked on the background of reverse stocking stitch and visually accentuate the waist and raglan shaping. All shaping is worked on the wrong side of the pattern which makes increasing and decreasing a breeze.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Hinged hat is a slouchy beanie worked in the round from the brim and up. Set against reverse stocking stitch, the twisted rib of the hinged lozenges call back to the twisted stitches found in the brim. The hat is casual and fun with a gently gathered crown.
The Cherrystone sweater is a seamless design worked in the round to the armholes. Cable twists are worked on both the front and back of the sweater which adds interest to the stocking stitch. The twisted cables are echoed in the raglan shaping with armhole lines following the outline of double diamonds. This sweater is both cute and cosy making ...
Worked from the bottom up seamlessly until the body is divided for front and back at the armhole level. The body of the vest is knitted in a cabled stitch pattern set on the Stocking stitch ground that lends the fabric its subtle texture. The hood is added to the body after the shoulders had been joined together and is worked in Stocking stitch.
A chevron headband worked using a light DK weight yarn. It is sized up to fit both girls and women and measures 3 ¼ (4, 4 ¾) in / 8 (10, 12) cm wide and 17 (19, 21) in / 43 (48, 53.5) cm long, excluding loop. To fit 18 (20, 22) in / 45.5 (51, 56) cm head circumference
This elegant and straightforward sweater knits up quickly from bottom up in Aran or Worsted weight yarns. The raglan construction features decreases at different rate to get more of a fitted feel. Short rows are used to shape a scoop neck and to lift the back of the neck at the same time.
Chic, stylish and simple, this classic tank top is bound to become any little girl’s favourite tee. It is knitted in the round from the bottom up with some simple shaping along the sides and an intricate cable detail across the chest. The straps are knitted on after the top is finished.
Knitting: Coffee / Tea Pot
Would you like a nice cup of tea and a sit down? One of the most individual designs of tea cosy, this strawberry themed pot cover is sure to be a talking point at any tea party. The design suggests both a feeling of warmth and intimacy as well as light humour.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knit in a round with DK weight yarn using a simple stitch pattern that creates great texture of those perfect looking gathers around the wrists. The pattern is written in two sizes to fit women’s s/m and m/l, shown in a larger size with about 1 inch of negative ease.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Madyson is worked in the round from the brim up, using a simple knit and purl stitch pattern that creates equally great texture on both Right and Wrong sides of the knitting. Crown shaping is incorporated into the stitch pattern allowing it to continue to the top.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These socks are knitted from toe up in a round with lots of cabling all the way up. The pattern uses Figure of 8 Cast On, gusset increases, cabling. Suggested Bind Off method is a Sewn Bind Off. Simple written instructions for Cast on and Bind off are included.
Tamzin is your perfect summer cardigan. It is worked from top down in one piece. The yoke is knit in stocking stitch and then combination stitch used for the main body. No finishing is required apart from weaving in the ends and sewing on the button. It is worked in dk weight silk which can be substituted with silk blends and possibly viscose an...