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Knitting: Scarf
Who doesn’t love stripes or Pixy Stix? The Pixie Sticks Scarf is a stylish project that can use up your yarn leftovers or smaller quantities of lace weight yarn. Perfect for those seasons when you want to wear a hand-knit accessory but don’t need the added warmth of a larger and heavier scarf. For the sample pictured two vintage yarns were used,...
Crochet: Scarf
The Pinked Edge Scarf has one edge that zig-zags, it reminds me of fabric that has been cut by pinking shears. This stunning asymmetrical scarf is a chinch to make and suitable for beginners. It is crocheted on the bias for a nice drape and really shows off self striping yarns with long repeats. An adaptable pattern that can be made in a variety...
Knitting: Cowl
The Trixie Cowl has a few tricks up her sleeve…Well not really, but by combining different textures and even different yarns, it is like you are wearing two different cowls. The cowl is loosely knit on the bias and has sturdy I-cord edges, so it will naturally fold in half, neatly aligning each of the I-cord edges. Have fun with this one. ...
Crochet: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The Petaline Lace Scarf is an elegant crocheted scarf, that even a beginner can make. Who knew that using only chain and double crochet stitches, you could get such a chic looking lace scarf. This pattern shows two different sized samples made in fingering weight and lace weight yarns, both samples used the same size hook. But why stop thereR...
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
The Pirouette Fingerless Gloves are a feminine, fun and fairly quick crochet project. They are worked in the round, spiraling up from the cuff to the fingers with some interesting stitch details to make them special. A great project to give as a gift, but make sure to make a pair for yourself too. These look good made up in solid or variegated y...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The Polka Spot Scarf is a stylish easy-to-knit accessory. It is a wide shallow asymmetrical triangle shape that takes advantage of the squishy garter stitch texture, while maintaining a nice drape to the finished fabric. It would be a great project for the beginner knitter who wants to try a few new techniques: increasing, decreasing, yarn overs...