Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Easy knitting pattern for mix and match scarves with a ‘leafy’ saw-tooth edge. The samples have been knitted in sportweight alpaca, but this pattern is just as suitable for many other yarn types and weights, as long as appropriate-sized needles are chosen to give the finished scarves good drape. I have also successfully knitted this design using...
Stylish hip belt knitted in 3 colours, it has a contrasting rib section at the back, a garter stitch front, and is finished with large applique flowers and tubular ties. The sample was knitted in cotton, and took 3x50g balls of 8 ply/double knit/light worsted yarn.
Use simple stitches to create a wearable art neck adornment, that can be made to change shape each time you wear it. This easy pattern combines knitting and crochet together in a freeform way, to create a one-of-a-kind statement scarf using just 29g of a yarn that has a metal core.
This is a pattern for a light but cozy scarf that is worked in a cellular Tunisian crochet stitch. The unusual, semi-open stitch used will trap the heat for added warmth, and it has the added bonus of not curling on the ends like many other Tunisian stitches.
Tunisian crochet scarf in an unusual and interesting lacy stitch. The placement of the hook when picking up the rows of stitches, and the way that these stitches are removed from the hook in ‘bunches’ in the return rows, will create an open pattern that won’t curl at the ends.
This pretty lacy scarf is great for beginner crocheters, or as an easy project for more experienced crocheters who are looking for something that doesn’t require too much concentration, to crochet on the go. An effective but very easy pattern, it creates a lacy scarf with an overall fancy lattice effect.
The very easy pattern for this triangular design requires no sewing or crochet hook to complete – the fringe is simply knitted on at the edges as you go. The samples in the photos were knitted fairly loosely using 5.5mm needles and a lovely tweedy silk yarn from Habu Textiles (A-164).
Crochet: Blanket - Other
Prudence has been selling her ever-popular and luxurious ‘Alpacalicious’ rug kits at the Australian craft shows since 2009. Now the pattern is available on its own. Originally created using 16x50g balls of sportweight pure alpaca yarn (each in a different colour) and a 3.5mm hook, this pattern would also suit any other 8-10 ply (light worsted/ar...