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Two-color brioche ribbing creates a lush, textural, colorful, and reversible fabric in this close-fitting cowl. A band of contrasting brioche ribs slants from right to left along the full length of the cowl, and shows equally strikingly on the reverse side of the fabric.
If you loved my Knitty pattern Girl Friday, you’ll adore Sazerac. Named after the classic American cocktail, Sazerac is a relaxed fit cardigan with great details. Knit-in pockets, set-in cuffed sleeves, and a generous knit-in shawl collar. Body is knit in one piece to the armholes, and then split for fronts and back.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Inspired by my years of living in Savannah, Georgia, these top-down socks use a leafy lace pattern, traditional heel, and garter stitch details to evoke the beauty of the Live Oak-lined streets of one of my favorite Southern cities. Dragonfly Fiber’s richly colored “Spanish Moss” colorway makes a beautiful compliment to the tex...
Named for the gorgeous Lorna’s Laces colorway, Campbell, named for a Chicago street, and for the location of the photoshoot on Birmingham’s 2nd Avenue North, Campbell & 2nd is a sleek boatneck pullover with asymmetrical lace detailing at the shoulder, and optionally, at the hip.
A soft, feminine scarf with a distinctive textured petal edge, this is an easy lace project. A super-simple repeat is easy and quick to memorize, even for beginners! Try it in a soft, springy merino or merino blend, such as Kitchen Sink Dyeworks’ Luxe Merino Fine and Merino Fine yarns.
“Bonne chance”, French for good luck, this scarf pattern pairs so neatly with odds & ends of yarns, the end results seem effortlessly lovely. This easy-to-memorize lace pattern works beautifully with a wide variety of yarns; knit it up with a special one-of-a-kind luxury skein, or put bits from your stash to good use.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
An undulating lace pattern with a simple knit-in garter lace border, this shawl is knit with one skein of fingering weight yarn. For a more dramatic shawl, the pattern is easily expanded, since it’s knit from the bottom point up! Model shown is one skein of fingering/sock weight yarn, but you can adjust size to fit any yardage.