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Cardigan is worked back and forth in rows from the top down with traditional raglan shaping, using yo’s for the increases, ranging from 12 months to 8 years old sizing. The body is worked in Reverse Stockinette stitch, with lace panels in front and a cable panel in back. Faux side seam twists are added after raglan shaping is complete. Edges are...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
We love the versatility of the elegant design of the Lockwood Shrug – your choice of yarn color for this adorable piece will determine its place in your wardrobe. Choose a natural, earthy color and you’ll have a pretty daytime piece perfect for a crisp country weekend. But knit it up in black or white and slip it over a strappy dress and you’ll ...
This top down, raglan cardigan is an ideal unisex toddler sweater. Designed for a child on the go, the snug fit of the cuffs ensures a good fit for the sleeves. Worn buttoned up or open, the cable patterns and increases keep the interest of the knitter, while the striping allows you to pick the perfect color ways for the recipient.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This original pattern by Tanis Gray will delight and entertain while you are knitting it and wrap you in luxurious pleasure when you are finished. Knit with our Special Edition Royal 8 Ply Sport weight yarn, it will be an heirloom-quality treasure. Or knit it up with our 3 ply American Classic Sport Weight for a finished piece of outstanding dra...
Cowl is worked in a tube with ends joined together post-blocking to create a loop. The cowl is easy to make longer for a larger loop by adding more reps to the chart, but more yarn will be needed if any adjustments are made. Almost every bit of yarn was used for the written size, so if you are a loose knitter you may need 2 hanks of each color.
A great way to learn to knit in the round, make something cozy and quick or use up that random ball of worsted in your stash, this cowl is simple and elegant. If you’re sick of old fashioned ribbing and want something different and more fun, this is the cowl for you!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This super easy shawl is great for travel or everyday wear! Knitting up in a flash, it only takes 2 hanks of each yarn and is ideal as a first shawl project. The sparkle gives it a kick and makes it perfect for the holidays or when you just need some glitz in your life. Named after the two fabulous and sparkly owners of Looped Yarn Works in Wash...
This retro-style top down raglan pullover can easily be made more feminine or masculine depending on your color choices. Using only 1 hank of each color, Cotton Classic is a great yarn for year round wear and is superwash, making it a perfect yarn for knitting for children’s garments. The Gallifrey Pullover comes in 3 unisex sizes - 6-12 months,...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Inspired by my favorite character in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and one of the bravest women in literature, ´Eowyn is a slouchy beret with an icord cast on edge, topped off with a pom pom. ´Eowyn, a strong noblewoman of Rohan, does her part in saving Middle Earth on the battlefield outside the White City of Minas Tirith in Gondor by killing t...
Inspired by one of my favorite characters in one of my favorite books, David Wroblewski’s novel The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, this headband takes only one hank of Tilli Tomas’ Fil de la Mer. Wear it in the summer in a beautiful bamboo, silk or cotton yarn, or switch things up for winter and knit it in cashmere or wool. Regardless of your fiber ch...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Inspired by Gar Sawtelle, the father in David Wroblewski’s novel The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, this hat works well for both men and women. Gar and his family lived on a working farm in Wisconsin breeding Sawtelle dogs and when reading the novel, I pictured him outside shoveling snow or raking leaves wearing a comfortable ribbed hat.
Knitting: Softies - Other
Back in January, I dreamed that my buddy Elli Stubenrauch and I designed a project together. Call us both crazy, but it seemed like my subconscious was on to something! We threw some ideas around and in about two minutes flat decided that fairisle monsters were the way to go.
Inspired by years of skiing during the cold winter months in the White Mountains in Bartlett, New Hampshire, this versatile cowl will keep your neck, ears and head as warm as a cup of hot chocolate! Wear it over your coat as a cowl or tuck it under and pull over your head to wear as a hoodie with drawstrings. The super bulky yarn keeps the cold,...