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Crochet: Component (stitch, edge) - Other
From June 18 to September 5, 2016, we are collecting completed guns made from this pattern and a knitted version similar to it for inclusion in a public Art for Peace installation designed to raise awareness of the rampant problem of gun violence in our community. All designer proceeds from the sale of these two patterns will be donated to Chica...
Knitting: Component (stitch, edge) - Other
From June 18 to September 5, 2016, we are collecting completed guns made from this pattern and a crocheted version similar to it for inclusion in a public Art for Peace installation designed to raise awareness of the rampant problem of gun violence in our community. All designer proceeds from the sale of these two patterns will be donated to Chi...
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion, Table Runner, Placemat, Coaster
Pool Tiles pattern is written for a single square. Each square measures approximately 6”x 6”. Squares can be combined to create various finished projects: singles for coasters, six for a placemat, nine for a pillow cover, various combinations for table runner, etc. The ribbon yarn is perfect for this project and lends a shimmering effect that is...
Knitting: Cowl
Inspired by and designed to wear with the free-spirited, soul-loving style that is Fluevog (www.fluevog.com).
Knitting: Cardigan
Denim jacket styling for baby! 6 month size is knit in Quince & Co. Chickadee, 12 month size in Quince & Co. Lark. Features a seed stitch fold-over collar, cuffs, faux pockets, front plackets and bottom hem. The rest of the sweater is done in stockinette stitch with a small intarsia bird perched on the back bottom hem. Simple contrast co...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was designed for the 2013 Chicago Yarn Crawl as the shop pattern for Knitche, Inc. The two yarns we selected work very well for a lightweight, warm hat that can be worn beanie-style or slouched a bit as you see fit. Drink good coffee, knit with good yarn and enjoy!
Knitting: Cowl
On recent shopping excursion, I picked up an Italian knit cowl with an interesting stitch pattern I knew I wanted to deconstruct. This pattern is the result of that inspiration. The unique undulating stitches create 3-dimensional peaks and valleys and the open stitch pattern provides drape without being heavy. I’ve designed the cowl in two lengt...
Knitting: Pullover
Inspired by a garment purchased in Italy, this cropped unstructured pullover features a unique “flattened cable,” a cowl neck and side-to-side construction.