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Designed for mini skeins (especially gradient sets!) or scrap yarn, this project utilizes stitches that pull the colors up and down to create subtle wavy transitions. Finished off with eyelet trim, it’s a simple knit that results in a striking accessory. Pattern includes instructions for both a fingering weight infinity scarf and a worsted weigh...
Don’t let the end of winter mean the end of your knitting! This casual spring sweater is the perfect project to knit and wear when the weather gets warm. Worked in a lightweight yarn, it features simple details to make a basic tee something special: a keyhole neckline, cap sleeves, and a pleat at the back covering a bit of lace.
A cozy cardigan perfect for boys and girls alike. Knit in DK weight to create the perfect layer to fend off fall’s chill. Simple cables frame the button bands and decorate the waistline. The body is knit in one piece from the top down, so it’s nearly seamless, and a simple rolled collar finishes it off.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This little hat knits up quickly, even in fingering weight, and the chevron pattern is easy to memorize, as are the crown decreases. It’s a great way to use up leftover sock yarn, works well with variegated, self-striping or solid color yarn, and best of all, in Ollie’s honor, this is a freebie.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Nevado (“snow-covered” or “snow-capped”) is a cozy textured hat, quick to knit in worsted weight yarn. A combination of waffle stitch and wavy cables, the design is naturally stretchy, ensuring a snug fit, and works well for boys and girls, men and women, and babies of all shapes and sizes.
Showing off small touches of lace, the Penny Vest is perfect for layering in the cooler seasons and wearing alone during the summer months. The Penny Vest is worked in the round to the base of the neck, then worked flat in a single piece to the armholes. Then, beginning at the armholes, the vest is worked flat in 3 pieces. Additionally, the lace...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Cielito is a versatile baby blanket inspired by the dancing clouds and bright stars of an endless sky. It features a zig zag garter stitch border at top and bottom, framing a complimentary central stitch pattern--diagonally traveling columns of eyelets bordered by small star stitches. The sample was worked up in a tonal yarn, but try a tweed or...