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Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is an easy little pattern with a lot of punch! It looks more difficult than it is. If you have wanted to learn how to knit a mosaic pattern, a little cap like this is a great way to start - and there is always a baby around who needs a nice soft, warm head covering.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a little cap that will keep a newborn’s head warm and colorful. Worked in knit, purl, and slip stitches in soft machine-washable wool, it is easy care and elastic to accommodate the head of a growing baby for a bit, as well as being a decorative accessory. The entire cap is worked with only one color per row. The main color yarn is twist...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This was my first knitted project using some of my (among my) first handspun, spun on my Kundert spindle or my Ashford Traveller. I was leery of planning a larger project with my handspun until I tried a small one. I wanted to see how my handspun would feel and react when it was pulled and twisted by the action of knitting. Also, because these y...
Knitting: Scarf
This is an easy scarf for advanced beginning knitters and above. It’s knit in a bulky weight on large needles, so it can be completed quickly - great for Christmas or Hanukah presents!
Knitting: Pullover
This little gansey is designed to be easy and fun to knit, and easy for Mum and Dad to put on a wiggly baby. The gansey is knit in the round to the armholes, then worked flat. Sleeves are worked flat and from the cuff, then seamed. Unlike traditional gansey construction, which uses a gusset to enlarge the sleeve, this jumper uses simple drop sle...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
My husband is a golf fanatic. If he isn’t watching golf on tv, his smartphone or the Net, he’s reading about it or on the course. No weather deters him from his appointed rounds, although I must say that where we live, y’all, it’s the heat rather than cold that is most often a challenge (to the pretend “golfers” - the real golfers feel no pain -...
Knitting: Scarf
I wanted to knit a soft scarf in an easy pattern for my daughter to wear at college. The pattern didn’t have to be reversible, but it had to be attractive on the “wrong” side. This is what I came up with. It’s a lot of yardage, but that’s because each of the yarns used is fingering or lace weight, and doubled. If yo...
Knitting: Tee
An empire-waisted, scoop-necked, cap-sleeved summer-y top that is fitted at and below the bust and flares out slightly, thanks to its lace skirt, down to its high-hip hem. Knit into the round to the armholes and then worked flat, the lace pattern is pretty, interesting, but not difficult, even for the lace novice. Twisted ribbing below the bust ...