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Knitting: Hats - Other
This hat features a double-thick brim for extra cozy ears and enough slouch to adorably mask even the most ferocious bedhead. Couple that with a simple, sophisticated lace pattern, and a gauge that knits up quick in a silky mohair blend, this might be the most thoughtful hat you’ll ever meet. No wonder it was born in Canada.
Less fussy than a shawl, less structured than a normal vest, this piece is greater than the sum of its parts. The back is a gorgeous statement of cabled branches and lacy leaves while the shawl border wraps you in a cascade of double moss stitch. With a customizable pattern that caters to every shape, and a lustrous mohair yarn that adds the per...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
There is an order here, but not at first glance. First it is waves of lace and ripples of colour, layers of texture, and an unexpected splash - just there, behind you! But once you are out in the middle of it, you begin to see the pattern, the way it all moves together, the order, and your place in it.
Mohair and silk work together in uncomplicated flair: a little shimmer, a little halo, and a rakish angle make for a cowl you’ll want with you year-round. The pattern is simple and quick to knit (the lace is a smooth one-liner), and the asymmetry adds visual interest to every outfit. The perfect new addition to your “neckertoire.”
Knitting: Toeless Sock
The practice of yoga may have originated in a warm climate, but it has migrated worldwide. These socks let Northern yogis keep their feet cozy without losing their grip. Featuring everyone’s favourite and reliable top-down, heel-flap construction, converted for yoga. Superior fit at the heel, two different lengths, and simple, high-impact textur...
The Diamond Kerchief Cowl features a deep center portion to give the effect of a kerchief-shaped scarf, without the fuss of arranging it. No careful wrapping, no readjustments – it falls gracefully as soon as you pop the cowl over your head. Perfect for your favorite trench, the easy-to-follow lace pattern lends itself beautifully to create a ge...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was originally designed for my son’s giant noggin. I was tired of constantly pulling hats down over his ears - he grew out of them so quickly! I wanted something quick to knit that would last longer than a month. The springy yarn in a forgiving rib/cable pattern makes for a nice stretchy hat that will expand with those fast-growing babi...