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Knitting: Containers
The pattern requires two skeins of red and one skein of cream Lamb;s Pride yarn. This pattern uses almost ALL of the red yarn. Be sure to take time to check gauge or buy a third skein. For you anti-gaugers (you know who you are) I am on the looser side of the knitting universe.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I love the Olympics and so enjoy watching the opening ceremonies. It was memorable when the last snowflake did not open into a ring but I still thought it was really pretty.
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern has two options of sizes created by using different weights of yarn and needle sizes.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Perfectly Picot Shawlette is a fast, fun knit. It is the perfect use of that single skein of fabulous fingering weight yarn that you have had stashed for a while. It needs approximately 400 yds, but has been made with as little at 380 yds.
Knitting: Cowl
The Blue Bell Cowl is a fun, fast knit. Two colors of worsted weight yarn are required. I used Malabrigo Rios in Sand Bank and Bobby Blue. The cowl requires a little over half a skein for the main color and less than half of the contrast color. You can easily knit two cowls of opposite colors from the two skeins.
Knitting: Containers
This is a fun and very quick one skein project. The worsted weight yarn is held double so any chunky weight would work as well. This is a great pattern for new knitters as it requires only basic skills. The only tricky part can be picking up stitches.
Knitting: Cowl
The Mogul Cowl is knit from the bottom up. The pattern begins with a provisional cast on, is knit on the bias, and later grafted together. It goes very fast with big needles and Aran to chunky yarn.
Knitting: Clutch
The Ruffled Clutch is a fun and funky clutch that could work as well with jeans as an evening dress.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Pebble Beach Gauntlet is a simple pattern with an elegant appeal. The pattern is written for small/medium and medium/large sizes. Size US 6 needles and DK weight yarn are used for the larger size and sport weight and size US 5 needles are used to work the smaller size.
Knitting: Bag - Other
One of our customers described this pattern as the “Mother Load” of bags and bowls. There are six patterns included, two bowls, two single handled bags, and two 2-handled bags.
Knitting: Laptop
The Laura iPad Bag is a designed to carry an iPad or other tablet device. The bag is knit flat in garter stitch (knit every row). It is very easy to knit and is an ideal project for a beginner. For the more advanced, you will love the ease and quickness of this project. I am a fairly fast knitter but I can knit two a day -- making it a great las...
Knitting: Poncho
The Capelet is a loose, flattering shape. The pattern includes two sizes which I have labeled Small/Medium and Medium/Large. I had lots of people try they on at the store. The SM fits people between sizes 4 and 10. The ML size fits women up to around size 18.
Knitting: Scarf
The Undulating Waves scarf is a relatively simply scarf with a lot of interest. The scarf is knit on the bias which results in diagonal welts. The scarf requires two skeins of yarn but can easily be made longer by adding an additional skein.
Knitting: Scarf
Susan’s Scrunchy Scarves, version one and two, are fully reversible. The scrunches are created on both sides of a ribbed background. I provide instructions for the technique with photos to help.
Knitting: Purse
The Zoe Bag is a cute, functional little bag. I designed it to use on a cruise. I normally carry huge bags but when on the ship or running around port I wanted a small bag. After felting the bag measures 8.5” tall and 9” wide.
Knitting: Scarf
I designed this scarf for the shop to give customers ideas for one skein of Rasta. Malabrigo makes such gorgeous yarns and Rasta is one of my favorites. The color ways are spectacular! It is not an inexpensive yarn and one skein is often all one wants.
Knitting: Containers
The Yarn Bowls are so cute! All of your friends will be envious! Because they are made of felted wool they are highly portable. The clasp at the front allows the knitter to pull the yarn through, taming the yarn and keeping it clean, but if you need to change yarn you do not have to cut it. It is also good for working two colors -- you can pull ...
Knitting: Cowl
The beauty of this cowl comes from the amazing colors and thick and thin nature of Aquarella yarn by Malabrigo. The dropped stitch is very easy (and it feels naughty to drop your stitches on purpose) and highlights the beauty of the yarn.
Knitting: Poncho
This easy, casual capelet is quick and fun to make and even more fabulous to wear. It is also a great stash buster using a moderate quantity of three weights of yarn. It is easily knitted by a newer knitter. The only skills required are knitting in the round and m1 increase (directions included).
Knitting: Tote
Aquarella yarn felts beautifully giving a boiled wool look. The thick and thin nature of the yarn also creates waves and ridges as you knit and has a lovely flowing result.
Knitting: Clutch
The Mosaic Clutch was designed to complement The Angela Bag.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitting: Tote
Knitting: Tote
Knitting: Containers
Shouldn’t Yarn Bowls be made from yarn? The yarn bowls are felted wool making them pliable and portable.