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Knitting: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
The body is worked in one piece to the armholes, working the waist shaping along the center ribbing and the bust shaping at the sides. The back and fronts are divided and worked separately to the shoulders. Remaining stitches are joined and the hood is worked. The top of the hood is shaped using short rows, extending the ribbed columns up over t...
The body of this everyday cardi is knit in one piece, from the bottom up. At the armholes the back and fronts are divided and worked separately to the shoulders where they are joined with a three needle bind off. The sleeve stitches are picked up around the armhole edge, short rows are worked to shape the sleeve cap, then the sleeve is worked in...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This pretty, warm-weather shrug begins with a provisional cast on and the lace pattern is worked as a rectangle. The waste yarn is removed from the provisional cast on and some stitches are cast on at the underarms. The trim is then worked in the round for a few inches. For a stretchy and fun edge, the trim is bound off with some picots!
Crochet: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
Anthurium is crocheted from the bottom up in one piece to the armholes. It begins with the ribbing worked side to side, then the texture pattern is worked along the side edge of the ribbing and continues to the underarms. The sleeves are worked in a similar manner then the body and sleeves are joined into a yoke and continue to the neck, decreas...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Mauna Kea is begins with the crochet brim, worked from side to side, fastened off, then seamed into a ring. The rise of the hat is worked along the side edge of the brim, back and forth, joining the end of the round to the beginning, then turning. One decrease round is worked toward the crown of the hat, then stitches are gathered to join at the...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Molokini is worked in square and triangle motifs that are joined as they are being made, so no seaming is required to make this piece. A diagram is provided, showing how to assemble the pieces. A simple one-row trim is added along the longest edge when all pieces have been joined together.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Cuffs
Handspun yarn often comes in a single hank—one of a kind, and just waiting to be made into a small treasure. These Wabi-Sabi Mitts were designed for a single hank of handspun yarn. The model mitts use approximately 94 yards, but the pattern is written so more or less could be used.
Knitting: Pullover, Tee
Very little seaming! This beauty is knit in the round, from the bottom up to the armholes, then divided for the back and front. The Front and back are worked separately to the shoulders where they are BO. The front neck trim continues up until it measures long enough to fit comfortably along the back neck.