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A captivating, showstopper of a stranded panel is paired with lively peerie stripes for colorful warmth in this cowl or infinity scarf. Inspired by the vibrancy of a Mediterranean market and the riot of colors and patterns you might see there on a summer day, this cowl will keep you engaged while you knit the panel and will be a project you can ...
Inspired by a visit to Lisbon and the wonderful tiles that cover so many of the buildings there, as well as the Turkish tiles and Ottoman textiles at the Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon, this pullover is a celebration of the simple shapes that make those tiles so appealing and the play of figure-ground perception as the two colors in the yoke patter...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A bit of slouch and a pop of color on the stranded crown of this hat make it a fun, easy, and quick knit in worsted yarn. One skein for the main color and scrap amounts of yarn for the crown are all you need. Add a pom pom in a contrasting color to kick the color play up a notch.
Get your knitting meditation groove on with this easy cowl. Based on the auspicious number 108 and in worsted weight yarn, peace will settle over you as you knit. This is knit flat in stockinette with the edges unabashedly curling in and grafted together at the ends. It can be double or triple wrapped around the neck. There are many cowls out th...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Vagabond is a fitted fingerless mitt with a double thumb gusset, great for transitional weather. The gusset on the top and bottom of the thumb provide extra shaping for a close fit. You will need 110 yards each of two contrasting colors of medium weight sock yarn.