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Knitting: Cloche Hat
When a friend was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, she let me know that she would be undergoing chemotherapy, which meant she would be losing her hair and would need a few hats. I wanted to create something special for women who were undoing the same thing as my friend and came up with “A Path to Recovery”. I incorporated a ladder of eyele...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
You can indulge your love of knitted cables and your love of a quick project in Tina Sanders’s gorgeous Banded Beanie. Stitched in soft and lustrous Simply Soft® Chunky, this charming design is both warm and beautiful. The cabled banding is finished with a beautiful gathered effect in the crown.
Knitting: Cowl, Neck / Torso - Other
This is super quick knit that can be completed easily in one day. This scarf is created by knitting two panels then grafting together using the Kitchener stitch. Fold over the area around the neck to create a color, button in place and wear!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A cozy slouchy beret that is sure to keep you toasty warm. This beret is created by knitting the band first, then picking up stitches along the top edge for the the body. This pattern uses two colors of bulky weight yarns that are carried throughout the design and is a great choice for someone looking to learn the basics of stranded work.
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
The bag is a match to the Atlantean Wrap to be used to either house the wrap when not being worn or as a fun accessory piece to be used as hand bag. The cable design is on both sides of the bag and is knitted in the round. Two I-Cords make up the “drawstring” part of the bag.
Knitting: Cowl, Beret, Tam
Inspired by the color of both yarns used to create the design, along with a very simple stitch pattern that yields a slightly textured design, this stretchy hat and cowl set with the added touch of art yarn gives the feeling of an early fall day. Both pieces give the impression on an era gone by, reminiscent of the early 1900’s giving an ever s...
This scarf was designed based upon the sand paintings created by many Native American Indians in the United States, especially those in Arizona. Unique in design, this scarf is completely reversible. One side gives the appearance of cables with a touch of lace, while the other side echoes a raised textured pattern mimicking the designs of the A...
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Remember the bonnets our grandmother’s use to wear? Or how about Paddington Bears hat? This hat was inspired by these childhood memories. The super bulky yarn made this a very fast project and if you’re a very fast knitter, this is a day project. The brim on this hat can be rolled up for a very stylish look, or brought all the way d...