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eBook : 5 patterns

SweaterBabe.com’s 5 great cowl patterns, all collected in one great eBook!

eBook : 3 patterns

SweaterBabe.com’s 3 best-selling blanket patterns, all collected in one great eBook AND with extended sizes!! (The individually-sold patterns ONLY included the Stroller/Car Seat size for babies.)

eBook : 4 patterns

SweaterBabe.com’s eBook collection of Gossamer Lace knitting patterns includes 4 gorgeous lace shawl and scarf patterns knit up in a deliciously soft and luxe kid mohair/silk blend yarn.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Scarf
A gorgeous cable pattern that features dramatic curves is the focal point of this eye-catching scarf.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This is the big sister to the Double Crème Brie scarf – a wider and slightly longer stole version in a chocolatey shade of merino wool/cashmere blend yarn that begs to be knit and worn!
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf is like the Double Crème Brie of cheeses. It has a rich, creamy look and feel to it. It’s a classic winter white scarf, but really it’s much more modern and distinct, with a very sophisticated edge.
Knitting: Stocking
Woohoo! I’ve hit pattern number 200!
Knitting: Scarf
A chunky eternity scarf needs to be soft and textured IMHO. This one is absolutely both!
Knitting: Cowl
I love a quick, knit-it-up-in-a-weekend kind of project, especially when the results are this lovely and instantly wearable!
Knitting: Scarf
This was a very successful MKAL! Be sure to finish those scarves and post your Project pages to be eligible for the October MKAL Prizes. Win patterns, knitting needle jewelry, a cool project bag, and more just for showing off your knitting!
Knitting: Scarf
One ball of this alpaca blend yarn plus lace and pretty shaping make for a quick, easy-to-wear scarflette with a bit of a Parisian flair.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Garden strolls, a day at the Arboretum, visiting the Farmer’s Market… all such outings deserve a stole like this that can keep you lookin’ hip and stylish, and chase away any chill in the air.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Cardigan
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Knitting: Cardigan
Little cardigans like this are wardrobe essentials, especially if they are knit in an ultra soft yarn and feature lots of pretty lace!
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
An interesting stitch pattern that uses cable twists in a different sort of way makes for a satisfying project with great textural results!
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
A gorgeous heart lace edging is the centerpiece of this pretty shawlette. Stockinette Stitch hearts are linked to each along the long curving length of this shawlette and are framed with double yarn overs.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Gauge: 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm at widest point of leaf and 24 rows = 5 ¼” 13.5 cm in Cable and Leaf patt, blocked
Knitting: Vest, Poncho
I used to live in Noe Valley, a beautiful neighborhood in San Francisco that was said to be one of the sunniest of the city. While it was quite sunny at times, I would walk around the corner many mornings to grab a cup of coffee and a muffin and be met with chilly winds that certainly reminded me that I was still in San Francisco!
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Gauge: Approx 10 sts and 22 rows = 3” 7.5 cm in Garter st (blocked).
Knitting: Poncho
Gauge: 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 22 rows = 4” 10 cm in Rev St st
Knitting: Poncho
Gauge: 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 22 rows = 4” 10 cm in Rev St st Here’s a super quick knit doll-sized poncho that any girl will love!
Knitting: Cowl
Gauge: 26 sts = approx 6 ¼” 16 cm and 24 rnds = 4 ½” 11.5 cm in Diamond patt
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Errata found 1/3/14: on page 4, Rows 3 and 9 should begin with K2, not K1.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Gauge: 17 sts = 4 ¾” 12 cm and 15 rnds = approx 4” 10 cm in Braided Cable st patt, blocked but not stretched
Crochet: Booties
Errata (fixed 12/27/13) Page 3, Rnd 1 for Sizes S and M ONLY: 3 hdc in 3rd ch from hook (not 2nd ch).
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
I’ve always thought of stripes as fun and whimsical, but I love them even more when they are lacy and ultra feminine!
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Errata (11/18/13 found; if you purchase after this date, you have a corrected copy): Top of page 4, Rnds 26-28: should say K3, p3 twice, k6, p6; rep from around. The chart is correct as is.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Errata found 2/10/14: On page 5, after Row 384 (432), the k15 at the end should be k7. The corrected instruction is: Next Row RS: K6, k2tog, k5, ssk, k3, k2tog, k17, rep from * to * once, k7 (31) = 52 (76) sts. (ALL purchases after 2/10/14 are corrected.)
Knitting: Cardigan, Vest
Such an incredibly soft and luxurious silk and alpaca yarn called for a design with many feminine and romantic details.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Scarves like this are the perfect vehicle for trying out new lace stitches (kind of like sundaes are the perfect vehicle for warm fudge)!
Knitting: Cardigan, Vest
A dose of color can spice up many an outfit. This mustard short-sleeve cardigan is a perfect example.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Every girl should have at least one beautiful, diaphanous scarf in her closet. And if it’s one that she’s knit herself and can do double duty as a shawl, then all the better!
Knitting: Cardigan, Shrug / Bolero
Calida is a girl’s name of Greek and Spanish origin. Its meaning, “most beautiful; heated, with warmth,” perfectly matches my new lace cocoon cardigan.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
What could be more satisfying than turning a brilliantly colorful and vibrant hank of hand-dyed yarn into a sumptuously cabled hat to adorn a baby, child, or adult!
Knitting: Vest, Shawl / Wrap
Please note errata link above IF you purchased prior to 7/15/13. ALL Ravelry purchases prior to that date were sent the errata update that same day.
Knitting: Pullover
Lots of chunky cables come together stylishly to make this modern take on the fishermans’ sweater.
Knitting: Vest
This sweet and romantic hooded vest will become your new favorite layering piece!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Malabrigo softness wraps your head in casual, stylish warmth with this richly cabled hat.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
A little bit of cabling, a little bit of lace, juxtaposed just so to create a stunning overall effect. This luxe baby blanket is sure to be a winner with its impressive-looking stitch pattern!
Knitting: Cardigan
I believe that even your closet staples should never be boring. So here is my take on a simple cardigan that fills a functional gap in my wardrobe, but is far from being basic!
Knitting: Scarf
Contrasting textures is one of the many things that make for interesting knitwear designs. This infinity scarf is all about that and will add a heavy dose of modern style to your wardrobe.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Here’s an irresistible combination of cables knit in a sumptuous alpaca-blend yarn to create a key piece for your winter wardrobe! Lots and lots of interesting cable panels run up the front and back sections of this poncho. The poncho is made up of 4 pieces – to keep the knitting manageable and create a slight angled effect for the hemline.
Knitting: Legwarmers
Gauge: 20 sts = 3 ½” 9 cm and 12 rnds = 2” 5 cm in Cable patt (blocked)
Knitting: Cowl
Gauge: Approx 18 sts = 5 ½” 14 cm and 17 rnds = 4” 10 cm in Pinwheel patt
Crochet: Cloche Hat
Fun, funky, chunky, bold, and warm -- all come together in this richly textured hat sized for babies and adults! This hat is crocheted in the round using a fat hook and bulky yarn. It’s a great, quick crochet project and lots darling on a baby or handsome on an adult. Unisex styling, so just choose their favorite color and start crocheting!
Knitting: Scarf
21 sts = approx 3 ¾” 9.5 cm and 32 rows = approx 4.6” 11.7 cm in Cable Rib patt, blocked.
Knitting: Cowl
Pattern Gauge: 20 sts = approx 6 ¼” 16 cm and 18 rnds = 4” 10 cm in Cable patt (blocked)
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Gauge: 20 stitches = approx 4 ¾” 12 cm and 24 rows = approx 4” 10 cm in Lace patt (blocked)
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Approx 10 sts = 2.5” 6.5 cm and 20 rows = 3 ¼” 8.5 cm in Zig Zag Lace patt (blocked).
Knitting: Scarf
Approx 31 sts = 7 ½” 19 cm and 12 rows = 2 ½” 6.5 cm in Lace patt, blocked and measured at widest point.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Is it a lace shawl or scarf? Either, depending on how you choose to wear it that day. What is not in question is how much you will love this wisp of an accessory! The mohair and silk lace weight yarn is supremely soft to knit with and a pleasure to wear against the skin.
Knitting: Cardigan, Vest
Here is a gorgeous beaded lace top in a shape designed to flatter.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Lace + Mohair + Silk = a match made in knitting heaven! Plus, this is a hand dyed mohair silk blend in a gorgeous blush color.
Knitting: Pullover, Vest, Coat / Jacket, Sweater - Other
Like chocolate-y goodness, is there really such a thing as too many cables?! This wonderfully unique poncho top features lots of intertwining cables on the front and back - making it a project that will surely not bore you!
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
Gauge: Approx 16 sts = 5” 12.5 cm and 20 sts = 4” 10 cm in St st.
Knitting: Sweater - Other, Clothing - Other
Pattern Gauge: 11 sts = 4” 10 cm and 19 rnds = 5” 12.5 cm in St st.
Knitting: Cardigan
Knit gauge: 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 16 = 3” 7.5 cm in St st.
Knitting: Scarf
Lush is the perfect name for this yarn, and this scarflette design takes full advantage of it!
Knitting: Cape
17 sts = 6” 15 cm and 17 rows = 4” 10 cm in St st on larger needle.
Knitting: Cowl
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Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Here’s a whimsical little jacket to add some zing to your wardrobe! This cardigan is a fairly quick knit, as it’s knit from the top down in luscious Malabrigo Worsted yarn on size 11 needles.
Knitting: Slippers
Size L can be done with just one skein if gauge is exact, swatch yarn is reused, and no wasting of yarn!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Brimmed Hat, Cloche Hat
Pattern Gauge: Approx 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 23 rnds = 4” 10 cm in Mock Cable stitch patt.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pattern Gauge: Approx 10 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 13 rnds = 3” 7.5 cm in Leaf Lace stitch.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque
Chunky, intertwining cables and bobbles make for a pretty all-over design on this richly textured, slouchy hat.
Knitting: Scarf
Approx 18 sts = 4” 10 cm and 22 rows = 4” 10 cm in 1x1 Ribbing on larger-size needles.
Knitting: Cardigan, Shrug / Bolero
14 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 22 rows = 4” 10 cm in St st on larger needle.
Knitting: Cardigan, Scarf, Cowl
Pattern Gauge: 25 sts = 7” 18 cm and 19 rows = 4” 10 cm in Cable Lace St patt on larger needle.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Lace + Silk + Mohair = this heavenly lace scarf, which is wide enough to wear also as a light stole. Three panels of lace combine to create a beautiful effect.
Knitting: Scarf
Ruffled scarves are wonderful for pretty-ing up any outfit. This one is perfect for doing just that, AND it can be worn in many chic ways to change up your look throughout the spring and summer months!
Knitting: Pullover
A Tunic-Length Sleeveless Cowl in Malabrigo yarn. Ooh - gotta love that Malabrigo Worsted! It has amazing yardage and is sooooo soft to work with!
Knitting: Cowl
One rep of Lace St patt: approx 15 sts = 5 ½” 14 cm and 12 rows = 3 ¼” 8.5 cm in Lace St.
Knitting: Cardigan
A sweet, cropped cardigan is quick to knit and great for layering!
Knitting: Vest, Coat / Jacket
Pattern Gauge: 10 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 14 rows = 3” 7.5 cm in St st on larger-size circular needle.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Curving, scalloped columns interspersed with garter stitch make for a very interesting and unique pattern stitch. Perfect for elevating a simple infinity scarf shape to new levels of sophistication!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A truly unique cable pattern stitch makes this sumptuously textured hat enjoyable to knit and wear!
Knitting: Cowl
Cowls are an easy and stylish alternative to scarves this season!
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Alpaca silk wrapped once, twice, or even three times around your neck! It’s the ultimate in scarf luxury.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Here’s the perfect way to use up that gorgeous, but lonely ball of Noro Silk Garden that caught your eye at that terrific yarn sale!
Knitting: Cardigan
Here’s a wonderfully feminine cardigan featuring a unique curved front hem, eyelet detailing, and pretty belled, lace sleeves.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Approx 1 rep of Lace = 16 sts of Lace = 3 ¾” 9.5 cm and 2 reps of Lace = 16 rows = 3 ½” 9 cm.
Knitting: Cardigan
A vest/short-sleeved cardigan that’s flattering, chic, cozy, and fun to wear! This one accomplishes all that and more.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Pattern Gauge: Approx 19 stitches = 4” 10 cm and 25 rows = 4” 10 cm in St st
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pattern Gauge: Widest part of 13-st wide Lace panel = 3” 7.5 cm and approx 23 rnds = 4” 10 cm; Widest part of 6-st cable panel = 1 ¼” 3 cm.
Knitting: Cardigan
NECKBAND FIX for a tighter neckline. Please go to the pattern page at: http://www.sweaterbabe.com/knitting-patterns/dramatic-lac... to download the 1-page pattern fix. ONLY APPLICABLE if you purchased this pattern before 7/10/12.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Here’s a stylish upgrade to the usual cute baby cap (and sized up to Adult as well!). This newsboy inspired hat features a slightly fuller shape and alluring little brim. Worn slightly askew, it gives the wearer an extra look of mischief!
Knitting: Vest
11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 16 rows = 3” 7.5 cm in St st.
Knitting: Cardigan
Pattern Gauge: 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 16 rows = 3” 7.5 cm in St st.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
A fabulous, surprisingly easy-to-knit lace baby blanket! Using a chunky merino wool/acrylic blend yarn and big needles, this blanket knits up beautifully fast.
Knitting: Cardigan
11 sts = 2 ¼” 5.5 cm and 21 rows = 4” 10 cm in Braided Cable on larger size needles; 11 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 21 rows = 4” 10 cm in Rev St st on larger size needle.
Knitting: Cardigan, Vest
8 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 17 rows = 4” 10 cm in St st on larger-size needles.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Just one skein of super luscious alpaca/silk yarn, and a little time will earn you these fabulous cabled fingerless gloves! Perfect for keeping your hands warm when typing, driving, knitting, or just hanging out.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque
Slouchy hats are all the rage! Here is my version with big, bold cables.
Knitting: Cowl
Pattern Gauge: Approximately 17 sts = 4 ¾” 12 cm and 20 rows = 4” 10 cm in Lace St Patt on size 10 ¾ 7mm needles.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
Sometimes you just need a little something something to cover your shoulders.
Knitting: Cardigan
This top-down, draped-front lace cardigan promises to be one of your most versatile pieces. The front sections are knit in a lovely wavy lace design that echoes the fall of the fabric when left open. OR, with the use of a shawl pin closure, wear the front to suit your mood and the temperature.
Knitting: Cowl
Pattern Gauge: Approximately 13 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 23 rows = 4” 10 cm in Cable Lace Stitch on size 10 6 mm needles.
Knitting: Pixie Hat
Pattern Gauge: Approximately 21 sts = 4” 10 cm and 28 rows = 4” 10 cm in Fancy Lace Stitch on Size 8 5 mm needles.
Knitting: Cowl
cable knitter’s delight! Even if you’re a fairly new cable knitter, this lovely, luscious cowl is dreamy to wear and knit.
Knitting: Scarf
Gauge: Approximately 19 stitches = 6” 15 cm and 12 rows = 2” 5 cm in Curving Lattice Lace Stitch .
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Gauge is approximately 17 stitches = 4 ¼” 11 cm and 23 rows = 4” 10 cm in Curvy Vine Stitch on Size 9 5.5 mm needles.
Knitting: Cardigan
Lots of feminine details, a lovely cream-colored alpaca/silk blend yarn, and amazing lace stitch patterns add up to this beautiful, stunning cardigan. The blousy shape and fluttery short sleeves create a pretty and flattering effect. The moss stitch waist band softly gathers in the fullness to define a nice waist and finish off the cropped shape.
Knitting: Vest
Here’s a sweet vest to top off an outfit. It’s knit in a worsted weight yarn (feel free to substitute a great worsted weight cotton or other blend!) from the bottom up in one piece (just like the super popular Talia vest that I first published through Knitty.com.). That means the only seaming is at the shoulders.
Knitting: Scarf
Turn one skein of yarn into this beautiful scarf. The falling leaves lace pattern is simple to knit with gorgeous results. Tapered ends mirror the shape of the leaves and give this scarf great interest.
Knitting: Cowl
Lush Alpaca and Silk snuggles up against your neck for warmth and a romantic, dressed-up accent. This lacy knit button-up cowl is an easy way to accessorize an outfit and provide instant soft comfort!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Here is a wonderfully versatile crochet shawl pattern. Based on a simple combination of double crochets and chain-1 spaces worked using a big crochet hook, it can be made using most any kind of yarn. Here, it is shown in a whisper soft kid mohair yarn in two shades of lilac for a truly elegant result. The kid mohair is so light and airy, the sha...
Knitting: Cardigan
Here’s a top-down cardigan with lots of pretty details. It features a gorgeous ribbed cable that drops down the front and finishes off the curved right front hem. The ribbed cable is repeated on the slightly flared wide cuffs.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
A cute round baby head deserves a fancy cabled hat like this to keep it warm. This one is knit in the round with a great diamond cable pattern that changes to a simple cable as it travels up the crown. Easy decreases and a ribbed border give it its great shape.
Knitting: Pullover
Pattern Gauge: 10 sts = 3” 7.5 cm and 14 rows = 3” 7.5 cm in St st on Size 10 ¾ 7 mm needles
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A simple braided cable pattern makes this bold hat a real eye-catcher. Chunky cables all around, in a soft, lofty yarn that surrounds your head in stylish warmth.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
The most luxurious crochet baby blanket you will ever see or make! Crocheted in a soft angora wool blend that begs to be touched. This crochet project features a beautifully unique textured pattern with puff stitch flowers set against a lacy background. The blanket is then edged with a row of sumptuous mohair and another row of the angora wool b...
Knitting: Vest
Pattern Gauge: 8 stitches = 3” 7.5 cm and 17 rows = 4” 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch on Size 11 8 mm needles
Crochet: Booties
Not much could be cuter, or quicker than this pair of crochet baby booties. Simple construction and classic t-strap styling make it a great gift for any baby girl or boy.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fabulous fingerless gloves knit from only one ball of Andean Silk from Knitpicks, a wonderfully soft Alpaca, Silk, and Merino Wool blend yarn. The Vine Lace is easy to follow, creating a sophisticated and pretty look. A little bit of ribbing along the inner side of the gloves make them fit perfectly. A few decreases after the thumb opening is ma...
Crochet: Scarf
A fabulous stitch pattern can make a scarf so unique. Here’s your next crochet scarf. A great stash-buster and opportunity to play with color combinations.
Knitting: Scarf
A thoroughly modern, yet romantically classic scarf. The exquisite lace stitch has lots of texture and movement, yet is quite easy to work. The edges are finished with simple 4-st cables.
Knitting: Cardigan
This is a strictly feminine cardigan with lovely peplum waist and lots of pretty detailing. It’s another great top-down design to minimize seaming and allow you the option of easily adjusting sleeve and body length.
Crochet: Purse
Yardage requirements by color: 416 yds 380 m in Color A; and 104 yds 95 m EACH in Colors B and C.
Knitting: Cardigan
Pattern gauge is 8 sts = 3” and approximately 17 rows = 4”.
Crochet: Cardigan
Crocheted Gauge: 2 shell st rep (measure from middle of a ch-3 at base of 1st shell to ch-3 at base of 3rd shell) = approximately 5 ½” 14 cm and 5 rows = 3 ½” (Rows 1 to 5 of the stitch pattern) in Lacy Shell Pattern Stitch on size K/10.5 7mm hook.
Knitting: Vest
The best vest that you will ever knit. Superb detailing mixed with a sexily tailored shape. Notice the curved bottom front hem, the knit-in pockets, and the sensuous and intricate cable that dissolves into a simpler cable to help define the waist shaping.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Knit a thick, cozy blanket to wrap a baby in modern luxury. This one is knit in a soft merino wool blend yarn that is wonderful to work with and shows beautiful stitch definition.
Knitting: Cardigan
Here’s a quick, stylish cardigan to knit now! It’s worked from the top down, which minimizes seaming, as well as giving you the option of different sleeve and body lengths! It’s boxy shape and raglan sleeve shaping is suitable for girls and boys.
Knitting: Cardigan
From SweaterBabe: Here’s THE project to make this season! It has all the latest detailing and is knit from the top down for minimal finishing.
Knitting: Cardigan
Requires buttons.
Knitting: Scarf
From SweaterBabe: Wrap your neck in luxurious softness with this cuddly and beautiful scarf. The lace sections feature a gorgeous, vintage Japanese Feather lace pattern. Bands of Garter stitch in between give the scarf wonderful contrasts in texture. The combined effect causes the edges to curve seductively and uniquely along the long length of ...
Knitting: Cardigan
From SweaterBabe: A beautifully detailed cardigan that goes with most everything! Designed with reverse Stockinette stitch “seaming” to accentuate the waist shaping. Garter stitch button bands are curved at the bottom hem and knit in as part of the front sections.
Knitting: Cardigan
From SweaterBabe: “This cardigan is lush and lacy, with beautiful detailing throughout. Wide diamond lace panels emerge from the 2 knit-in front pockets. The back features a ruffled peplum design that is echoed in the gorgeous elbow-length sleeves. Shaping is done within the Narrow Reverse Stockinette stitch panels bordering each lace pane...
Crochet: Pixie Hat
From SweaterBabe: Did someone you know just have a baby? Do you need to a gift ASAP? Well, here’s a free crochet pattern for an adorable pixie hat to the rescue! Crocheted in a luxe cashmere/merino wool blend - it’s a fast crochet project that will absolutely WOW any new mom. Cute tassel adorns the top of the hat.
Knitting: Cardigan
Gauge: approx 19 stitches = 6” and 5 rows = 1” in Stockinette Stitch
Knitting: Cape
From SweaterBabe: “A strikingly cute capelet that will earn you lots of compliments. The capelet is versatile too - it can be worn buttoned up as a turtleneck or with the nice, wide collar open as shown. A great polished alternative to the poncho!
Knitting: Cape
From SweaterBabe: “A strikingly cute capelet that will earn you lots of compliments. The capelet is versatile too - it can be worn buttoned up as a turtleneck or with the nice, wide collar open as shown. A great polished alternative to the poncho!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
From SweaterBabe: “A chunky knit baby blanket with 3 bold cables and a striking contrast color edging. The yarn is a soft, easy-to-knit merino wool/acrylic blend. A perfect blanket to cover baby in his or her carseat or stroller.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
From SweaterBabe: “What’s not to love about this adorable cabled baby jacket?
Knitting: Cardigan
from SweaterBabe: “Simply elegant and oh so wearable. This kimono-sleeved wrap cardigan is a true beauty, with a stunning combination of cables and lace knit patterns.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
from SweaterBabe: “A gossamer weight triangular shawl to throw over your prettiest outfits. Crocheted in a simple to learn lace stitch using a big size K crochet hook. The allover pattern looks much more intricate than it really is!
Knitting: Vest
from SweaterBabe: “Here is a romantic little knit vest that is right in line with this season’s fashions. It features a longer, tunic length, empire waist shape, and gorgeous mix of lace and cable textures.
Knitting: Scarf
from SweaterBabe: “Raspberry, grape, and pink tones blend into each other to create gorgeous stripes against a striking scroll lace design. The yarn is a great silk, wool, and mohair blend that comes in many other beautiful colorways.”
Knitting: Cardigan
from SweaterBabe: “Here is a cardigan pattern to top all cardigans with its wonderful attention to detail. A bold curvy scroll lace pattern creates a gorgeous statement on the front of the cardigan, extending to the generous collar, which can be worn as shown or buttoned up like a turtleneck.
Knitting: Poncho
Ponchos are everywhere - but not too many are as elegant and sleek as this one. Plus, you can knit it yourself on circular needles (no seaming!).
Crochet: Skirt
Originally published in ”SweaterBabe.com’s Fabulous & Flirty Crochet” (Quarry Books, 2006). Available as a separate download for $5.00 directly from SweaterBabe.com.