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Knitting: Pullover
Articulation means putting into words exactly what one means. This pattern is my best attempt to put into words the directions for a sweater as exactly as I envisioned it. Articulation is a pullover with a shawl collar and cable panels centered on the body and sleeves. With an Aran weight yarn, it will keep a gentleman cozy through the winter mo...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Stocking
This hat is magical because it can fit on almost anyone! The pattern is suitable for beginners and experienced knitters alike. It’s quick enough to whip up in a few hours, making it a great last minute gift too.
Knitting: Cardigan
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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are my basic toe-up magic loop sock recipe with a tiny twist. The toes are worked in reverse stockinette (purling every round) to give them a little accent.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Toddler and kid socks are fast and addictive. They’re also a great way to use up leftovers from other projects. Any of these sizes can be made with 50 grams of fingering weight yarn or less. You can easily make two-color socks by changing colors after the gusset decreases, or try making contrast toes, heels, and cuffs.
Knitting: Pullover
Little Roarer is a playful hoodie for the little wild one in your life. It seems like kiddos grow out of hand knits in the blink of an eye, so this sweater is constructed with about 3 inches positive ease in the chest and some additional length in the body and sleeves for the wearer so that it might possibly be worn through two years. If you wis...
Knitting: Dress
For some reason, I have always marked the beginning of summertime with capturing fireflies. I capture at least one each summer, make a wish, and let it go. This has been a summer ritual for as long as I remember.
Knitting: Pullover, Dress
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Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is named Evoke because working with a handspun yarn calls forth the senses in a way that commercial yarns sometimes don’t. The colors vary and change in almost every row, keeping interest in a simple ribbed pattern.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This unisex hat has a bit of slouch with a hem that keeps the edge from rolling. It is the kind of hat you might wear daily in cooler weather to keep warm, or in my case to cover up some messy hair.
Knitting: Legwarmers
My newborn girl is very active, and is always kicking her legs around. To keep them warm in the coming fall and winter weather, I whipped up these leg warmers. You can knit them up in a matter of hours for your baby, or as a last minute gift for a baby you know.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are named for my favorite T.S. Eliot poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” I read this poem often to my daughter when she was in the womb, hoping she would be soothed by its soft waving rhythms. Eliot references mermaids at the end of the poem and this stitch pattern reminds me of both scales and lapping waves.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These arm warmers are a simple first first Fair Isle project. The pattern becomes intuitive after a few rows and this might almost become a mindless, yet addictive, knitting project.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Betwixt is a slouchy, snuggly hat that hugs your head, but doesn’t flatten the hair. This pattern is easy enough for a beginner that is not afraid to try some shaping. The buttons are optional, but add a nice finished touch.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are called Tuxedo because they remind me of the ruffles on a tuxedo shirt that you see on vintage prom tuxedo shirts for guys. These socks can be dressed up with colorful flats, and even layered with colorful tights underneath for colder winter days when you still want to show off your socks. The lace repeat is easy to memorize, so m...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This lace pattern reminds me of a refreshing slice of watermelon on a hot summer day. You could substitute many colors of yarn to represent different kinds of fruit. This sock could be made out of a multitude of different kinds of sock yarn, but the lace would show best in a solid or slightly semi-solid yarn.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was inspired by a hat I saw once on Life Unexpected. After looking around for the pattern, I decided to create one on my own.
Knitting: Cowl
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