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Knitting: Scarf
Don’t you just want a soft and warm scarf on a chilly day? Here it is! Using 2 skeins of super luxurious Artyarns Ensemble Light’s blend of cashmere and silk, you can wrap this scarf a few times around, yet it’s still lightweight. And it’s easy to knit in a pretty lace pattern.
Knitting: Tee
With a cool lace pattern featured on the BACK! this stunning drop shoulder pullover, knit in gorgeous Serenade hand painted silk from Vijay Fibers, is lovely to knit and wonderful to wear.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Two cable needles are used to achieve this fun linked chain design, and then a crochet hook is used to work the vertical stripes in slip stitch technique. I used a solid main color and a contrasting variegated colorway for the stripes, but that can be switched around as designers choice.
Knitting: Scarf
This is a very versatile pattern.
Knitting: Clutch
A must-have bag for the holiday season and year round!
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf mixes the softest cashmere and silk, striped with a beaded and sequined silk for a touch of sparkle for any season.
Knitting: Cardigan
An adorable raglan sweater with surprising stitch details and a tasseled hood makes a stylish look for any lucky baby!
Knitting: Stocking
This is a great first fair-isle in the round project. It has been a favorite project with my students.The fun part is choosing the palette. Use fun colors that contrast and pop to brighten up a winter’s day.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Booties
The perfect newborn baby gift…they fit snuggly and comfortably, and can be made in a slightly bigger gauge to fit at different stages!
Knitting: Booties
Quick and easy to knit up on DPNs for a last minute baby gift, these too cute baby socks have a ruching on the leg for chunky little baby ankles.
Knitting: Scarf, Beanie, Toque
Cables at the brim of this hat keep it fitting snuggly, and working the rest in ribbing is easy to do. Scarf is written as muffler size, but just add more ribbing in center to make a longer version.
Knitting: Throw
Concept: make the kid a blanket and send him off to college! Well, he wanted it to be soft and stretchy. Definitely not itchy. And I had to use the school colors…but he was not going to really want it “purple and gold”! So…I designed this preppy plaid afghan, with enough detail to keep me interested while knitting in the ...
Knitting: Scarf
This is a diceptively easy lace that can be worked in a variety of fibers and gauges, but knit using 2 skeins of Artyarns Cashmere Glitter it has such a luxurious feel and resembles a Missoni design. As written, the pattern works up to 8” wide by 48” long, with a easy pattern repeat that can be adjusted for personal preference. It lo...
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
“Lisa Hoffman designed this pattern so cleverly. The mitts can be unbuttoned to keep the entire hand warm, while still allowing your hand the flexibility of using a phone and texting.”