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Knitting: Gloves, Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless gloves begin with ribbing knit in the round and a lace panel on the top of the hand. It then changes to back-and-forth-knitting to open a thumb hole, then back to the round. The thumb is picked up and knit simple and easy, no gusset.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Hat as shown can only be made from Zombie Yarns colorways called Zombie Shadows which are a vibrant color dyed across half the skein and the other half is dipped in black. This diameter of skein combines with the number of stitches for the hat to make a long slow spiral than mimicks stripes or self striping patterns.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This is one of several projects that can be made using the “3-1/2 Monsters” Yarn Pack which contains 2 full skeins of spray-dyed Monster and 3 mini skeins of color coordinated Monster. If using other yarn, choose Monster or Shell Shock in 2 skeins of a main color and 3 skeins for the stripes.
This is one of several projects that can be made using the “Playful Monster” Yarn Pack which contains 4 mini skeins of color coordinated Monster. If using other yarn, choose Monster or Shell Shock and at least 2 skeins to make the poncho.
The softness of the yarn and the variations of the hand dyed colors make the stripes play beautifully. The cowl starts at the bottom “zig zag” edge. Once the desired length is reached, the “valleys” are filled in using short rows to make a straight edge at the top.
Cowls themselves are reversible so here is a reversible cable that will look beautiful no matter how it drapes. Both sides look the same thanks to a ribbed cable design. It’s very easy to make, just two basic cables to knit. Knit a long strip to the desired length and sew the ends together. Ends could be left detached to wear as a scarf. T...
Knitting: Pullover, Beanie, Toque
Finally a very “boyish” sweater and hat set! No buttons or closures to fuss with and no squishing baby’s head into a tiny neck opening either. The overlapping shawl collar opens wide for an oversized baby head, then bounces back into place to keep his chest and neck cozy.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This semi-circular shawl (about 54” wide by 20” long) with a “bite” taken out at the neck which allows it to sit perfectly on your shoulders without pins or falling off. It is small enough to wear as a scarf or just enough cover over bare shoulders in air-conditioned rooms or cool summer evenings. The lace patterns change...