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Knitting: Cowl
Upside-down and right-side-up are interchangeable in this fun, quick, and easy cowl knitted in the round. Although specific yarn brands are suggested, the cowl can be worked in any similar sport weight, including handspun. A handy instruction chart will help track your progress and yardage as you knit. The simple lace pattern is suitable for mos...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Magic Cake Ruffle Shawl is a top down, triangular shawl with a center spine and long tails. It is finished off with a ruffle that drapes gracefully on the ends. Exact stitch counts are not necessary. Gauge is not critical. If you run out of yarn and the shawl is not big enough to suit you, simply join in another random color. By using techni...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Gill’s Rock is a triangular shawlette with long tails that can be wrapped or tied. It is worked from the top down in plain stockinette stitch that changes to a simple texture pattern with slightly waving ribs. The reverse side of the shawlette is an attractive basket weave pattern. Try wearing the shawl with the point in the front and wrap...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Ellison Bay is a crescent-shaped shawl with a garter stitch body and a textured mock-cable border. The shawl begins at the neck and grows outward with increases that are easily spotted by stitch markers. The inspiration for this shawl is Ellison Bay WI, one of our favorite places in Door County. The curved shape of the shawl and waving border ar...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Suitable for knitters of all skill levels, Hyla Brook is completely reversible. Knitted with just two skeins of Quince & Co Tern, (75% wool/25% silk), it has just the right amount of drape. The light ruffle gives a hint of romance and directions are given for an alternative garter stitch border.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The inspiration for Piper’s Journey came when I needed a knitting project for travel. I wanted something simple that would require minimal attention. A bonus feature of this shawl is that an exact stitch count is not necessary when starting the lace border. It is easy to adjust the size of the shawl. Allow a little over one third of the to...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Cuffs
I devised Mildred’s Mitts for beginning knitters and found the mitts actually fit quite well. This is a good beginning project as these are basically garter stitch rectangles that are sewn together leaving a hole for the thumb. I have used this pattern as a first project in my knitting classes and it has worked well. Skills needed are knit...