Abbie Tilden

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Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Perfect for those leftover scraps of a treasured hand-dyed yarn, or a miniature skein picked up at a festival, these mitts are a quick and easy knit that evoke falling leaves and crisp weather. With only two strands at any time and easy, repeating rounds, this pattern is a great way to practice colorwork knitting.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Maurus Mitts are fingering-weight fingerless mitts, with interlocking cables that frame a reverse-stockinette thumb gusset. They will look best in a solid or semi-solid colorway, and are a great pattern to practice cabling without a cable needle. I would not recommend these for a first cabling project, but if you are an ambitious beginner w...
Knitting: Mittens
In the Arctic, lithalsas occur when ice forms beneath the ground and lifts the earth above it. These mittens form their own lithalsas, with cables rising above the body of the mitten to outline the hand and thumb before coming together to meet at the fingertips with a twist.
Knitting: Scarf
Like a quick shot of energy, this easy scarf pattern is perfect for when you need a little kick-start. Knit length-wise, the rows of stockinette and garter eyelet work up quickly and don’t require a chart, making this an ideal project for traveling or catching up on television. Two sizes mean you can knit a skinny version for the fashionsta on ...
Knitting: Scarf
Holly & Ivy by Abbie Tilden is the perfect small project for carrying around in the summer heat. This project is a nice knit for winter while frolicking in the summer and trying to forget the inevitable onset of fall and then winter. The scarf is constructed in two pieces and joined together using a Three Needle Bind Off, much like Autumn j...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Errata below
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
UPDATE FEB 2010:
Knitting: Scarf
I’d been looking to knit myself — finally — a Hogwarts scarf, but when I saw Neville’s house unity scarf on screen, I was so disappointed. The black background made the colors seem harsh, and the single bands of color didn’t even remotely match the charm of the paired stripes in the 3rd year scarves that I so love.