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Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The fun of this shawl is the way you manage the color in blocks, working the two yarns from each edge inward so that they meet it the center. This particular approach allows the stripes to slide back and forth without new ends being introduced, so you only have the beginning and end of the skein to weave in. Once you have the setup stripes in pl...
Errata: please note there appears to be an extra stitch in the last row of the chart for two sizes. It’s on my list of things to do, but in the meantime, knit it together with it’s neighbor, or run with it since a single stitch at the neck doesn’t make a difference in the finished sweater.
Traditionally constructed novelty sweater jacket with set-in sleeves, intarsia fox motifs, Fair Isle borders, and zipper closure. Sweater is knit flat, not steeked, although if you are so inclined, go for it. Inspired by a fit of nostalgia for the picture sweaters of my childhood, and my son’s love of – well – foxes. Sample is worn with 6”...
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
A put it on and forget it brimmed hat with a colorful flair (or not) of garter ridge stripes. Perfect for those of us with curly hair, since the brim style won’t squash your curls. Embellish with a button, or flip up the brim. Give it your own twist and try not to smile when you wear it.
Errata: The current version of the pattern has omitted instructions for where to place the stripes on the right arm band. Until an update can be issued, here’s what you need to know: The stripes are each two rows deep, and are separated from the arm band chart by two rows of background color.