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Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Bundled mini skeins are paired up to create either a Fair Isle hat or a beginners striped cowl. Each project uses 3 mini skeins with leftovers in the contrasting color. Fair Isle hat can also be solely striped for those intimidated by Fair Isle. Pattern also includes several variations.
Knitting: Cowl, Fingerless Gloves
Decadence is a blend of cashmere, silk and possum worn against your skin to feel utterly beautiful! This set can be dressed up for a night on the town or dressed down with jeans and rain boots--either way, you will still feel beautiful! This yarn gets fuzzier and softer every time it’s washed too.
Knitting: Cowl, Headband
2 row repeat is all it takes to create this scrumptious cowl! Knit in the flat and simply joined to create some detail and pizzazz. A variation is included for those wanting even more simplicity than it already is! Instructions included for a headband too!
This heavily textured, nicely slightly tailored and oversized cardigan is cinched slightly in the back with a tab. Buttons are positioned off center to alighn the clean edged neckline. Tabs could also be added to the front for button closures. Cardigan is heavier in weight, ideal for nippy winter days.
Vertical columns create a slimming look combined with a slight texture for beauty. The simple 4 row pattern repeat is easy to memorize and a great first time vest project. The extra deep neckline is not only stylish but wearable year round. Pattern comes in 2 lengths, cropped and long. Vest is intended to be worn with a negative ease - so when i...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top, Dress
Simply a classic! This negative ease seamless top or dress begins at the center trim and is worked down to the desired length. Easy to see stitches are then picked up at the Baltic Trim and worked up. This construction allows you to try on the top or dress as you go - ensuring perfect sizing and fit on the top and the bottom! There is even a You...
Knitting: Cowl, Legwarmers
These reversible ski gaiter and boot toppers use both ends of the yarn and are double knit to create warmth and wind resistance. Stuff the inside pocket with fleece or roving to create a gaiter or boot topper that can withstand even the harshest weather conditions. Boot toppers prevent cold air from entering boots and skin chafing from the boots...
This 1 piece vest is a weekend knit. Collar is thrummed for a stylish finishing and frog fasteners or leather toggles complete the look! Numerous options are included (2 necklines, 2 lengths, 1 or 2 sided thrumming). Plus a You Tube instructional video link for the thrummed collar is included in the pattern. Easy enough for a first time sweater.
This flattering top down, open cardigan is seamless! Subtle ribbing is strategically placed through out to enhance and expand nicely, finishing with a feminine flair that flatters even the most curveaous women! Variations are provided through out the pattern including a cross-over closure for the small breasted ones :)
You’ll love the ingenious one piece construction of this dress or tunic top! This one-piece construction begins at the baltic trim (new instructional video link provided for this simple but stunning trim work) and is knit down, ending with a sassy and full ruffle. Recognizable stitches are then picked up from the other end of the trim and ...
The soft Frog Tree cotton/bamboo yarn in this lovely girl’s cardigan makes it wearable any time of year. The sophisticated 2-color pink and white trim takes it from plain to beautiful. Snappy buttons and a small soft bow are the perfect embellishments.
This vest literally will take about 6 hours at most to knit up. Knit up in 1 piece with fake seams. 3-needle bind off shoulders and a few picked up sts around the neck and 4 rows of knitting and voila - you’re done. A zipper, frog fastener or big ole button is all you need.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Hat is worked in both “Fair Isle” and “Twining” - so that whether working in 1 color or 2, the hat is double in thickness through out. Twining is simply using 2 of the same color yarn at the same time and twisting the yarns around each other in the back for warmth and wind resistance.