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Knitting: Cowl
A bold geometric design inspired by the costuming in The Hobbit, this cowl is offered in both an unlined and (self-)lined version - for adventures requiring additional warmth.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I was asked to make a warm winter hat for a friend, and… this is it. A simple construction with a fold-up ribbed band for a warm head, and a few slipped stitches to make it interesting. It is quite stretchy and fits the average teenage to adult head from 20-24”. (For smaller heads, you can cast on fewer stitches after doing a little ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Take advantage of today’s lovely variegated yarns to make a simple fair isle design look complex! This hat uses just two colors - either a solid and a variegated, or two contrasting solids. The hat uses less than a skein of each color, and with Rios, you can probably get two hats out of two skeins by reversing the main and contrast colors ...
Knitting: Cowl
The Modjeska Cowl is a simple stranded colorwork project that would make a nice introduction to this technique. By using one solid color and one variegated color, it can look more complex than it is. Of course - two highly-contrasting solid colors looks great, too. The sample was knitted in Malabrigo Rios in Natural and Solis.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Maloja wind is a warm wind blowing down from the Maloja pass in Switzerland. The interwoven cables on these fingerless mitts flow over your hands to warm them as the Maloja wind warms the countryside. Quickly knit in DK weight, these mitts work great during the spring and fall shoulder seasons, or indoors during the chilly winter months. The...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Etesian winds are the prevailing summer winds caressing parts of Greece and the Mediterranean, bringing in cool air from the north during summer months. The wavy cable pattern on these mitts depicts the winds as they rise and fall over the landscape. The DK-weight yarn is perfect for spring and fall, when a chill might still be hiding around the...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitting: Mittens
Dress up your hands! This pattern includes options for both mitten and fingerless-mitt styles. A full photo tutorial is included for the motif stitch. The cable stitches can be done with or without a cable needle. Knit in the round, on dpns (or circulars, if you prefer).
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Warm, thick fingerless mitts using chunky-weight yarn. Length adjustable for shorter (typing-length) or longer (cold-steering-wheel length). Also included - an option to make full mittens. You can get a pair out of one skein of Mal Chunky if you get the stated gauge… but if not, you might want a bit extra on hand!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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