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This cute, simple bonnet starts with a scalloped edging, is then worked back and forth in garter stitch and subsequently joined and knit in the round for the crown decreases. Stitches are then picked up along the bottom edge for a rolling neckline. Instructions are given for an optional i-cord string – especially useful for babies who like to wr...
This sweet pullover has an unusual construction. It is worked seamlessly from the bottom up. The body is worked in the round to the underarms, where the front and back are separated and worked back and forth. Stitches are then cast on for the shoulder and the shoulders are worked back and forth in the snowdrop pattern, joining the front to the b...
The small version of this scarf is worked in a sport weight yarn, the large in worsted weight yarn. Other than the gauge at which they’re worked, which alters the scarf’s width, the only difference between them is their length. This means the scarf is easily customisable by adjusting yarn weight and length. Modifying the length will affect the a...
This sweet pullover with an unusual construction is worked seamlessly from the top down. Two pieces are cast on separately and constructed with short rows and raglan increases. These are then joined and the whole piece is worked in the round. The sleeves and body are worked in the round and finished with an applied I-cord bind-off. It’s a good i...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shallow, triangular shawl is worked in two parts. The shawl begins with a garter stitch triangle, which increases from the point outwards, using yarn overs and make 1 increases in the body. Stitches can then be easily picked up from the yarn over loops along the edges. The patterned border is worked outwards from the triangle. Simple and el...
This sweet vest is knit from the bottom up in the round. The the back is worked in stockinette stitch, and the right shoulder is worked as a flap, which joins with buttons to the front. The front is then worked with short rows, The left shoulder is joined using Kitchener stitch. The edges are finished with an applied i-cord.
Knitting: Costume, Headwear - Other
This little crown is the perfect project for last minute gifts, fancy dress outfits, or just to knit for fun in between projects. Gauge isn’t crucial; with a fine yarn and small needles you can make a delicate circlet, use thicker yarn and bigger needles for a more robust, stately piece. The desirable fabric should be firm but flexible. The circ...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are the perfect unisex accessory for the in-between seasons. A companion piece to the Dry Stone Cowl, if you accidentally work the wrong number of a set of rows, don’t worry ~ your mitts will turn out fine, and will be unique. Just remember to make the same mistake twice!
These legwarmers are a quick, easy knit. The simple stitch pattern makes them easily customisable. Perfect for wearing over tights or leggings or under trousers in cooler weather, they make a great last minute gift. The fabric is stretchy and cosy and warm for happy legs!