Terri Major

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Knitting: Scarf
This versatile reversible cable scarf looks great whether dressed up or down, from a casual to a more tailored look, for men or women. It shows off the pattern particularly well with solid light-to-medium colors, but it is also striking in a slightly heathered or tweedy yarn. It has both written-out instructions and a cable chart, and although ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This cheerful hat, a holiday spin-off of Eowyn’s Happy Hat, combines several techniques, including stranded knitting, and is written for four sizes: toddler, child, and adult small and large. Great for using up small quantities of leftovers, it can incorporate a variety of yarns for added texture. Corkscrew hat toppers use a basic crochet techn...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This college-themed cap combines several techniques, including stranded knitting, and is written for three sizes: child, adult small, and adult large; for two-letter and three-letter versions; and for two weights of yarn, sport and light worsted. The corkscrew cap toppers use a basic crochet technique, with other options also included for finis...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This versatile, lacy scarf or wrap goes with all types of outfits, from casual to office to dressy. The lace pattern is not difficult to follow, and instructions are provided in both written and chart form for the 20-row pattern for two weights of yarn, lace and fingering, and for two widths. Instructions are also included for beading your scar...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
This pattern began as a request for a Christmas stocking for our grandchildren’s new stepdad so his would go with others previously made for the family. This keepsake-quality Christmas stocking combines several techniques, including stranded knitting, and is written for three weights of yarn: sport, DK, and worsted. It can be personalized with ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This cheerful hat combines several techniques, including Fair Isle, and is written for four sizes: children’s small, children’s large, adult small, and adult large. Great for using up small quantities of leftovers and can incorporate a variety of yarns for added texture. Corkscrew hat toppers use a basic crochet technique, with other options al...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This heirloom-quality baby blanket, based on the Rose Arbor Shawl, uses both knitting and embroidery for a sweet and charming effect. Combining lace and entrelac techniques, it is for the intermediate to advanced knitter; some previous experience with entrelac, lace, and embroidery is recommended. Instructions are included for a mini-blanket on...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This unusual shawl uses both knitting and embroidery. Combining lace and entrelac techniques, it is for the intermediate to advanced knitter; some previous experience with entrelac, lace, and embroidery is recommended. The shawl can also be made without the embroidery. This pattern includes instructions for a mini-shawl, perfect for a doll, on ...
Knitting: Tote
This prize-winning design will catch everyone’s eye! A fun felting project with beautiful results, this is for intermediate knitters who enjoy producing something both interesting and practical and seeing their work draw attention and compliments.
Knitting: Containers
Beautiful felted bowls to grace your home! These versatile and useful bowls hold a variety of things, for example, plants, yarn, or ornaments at Christmas—the possibilities are nearly endless! The intermediate knitter will find this both a challenge and very satisfying, with end results that make excellent decorating or gifts.
Knitting: Throw
Big, bold blocks show off your favorite team’s colors in this project for intermediate knitters. The pattern is written for two lengths and for two weights of yarn. Personalize your blanket or afghan by adding your or your recipient’s initials, your team’s name, your school’s abbreviation, or whatever you like! The entrelac blocks can be made w...
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
A fun way to protect your electronic gadget! For the intermediate knitter, these make wonderful gifts and can be done in any colors and a variety of feltable yarns.
Knitting: Potholder
This is a great project for practicing essential entrelac skills. You will knit backwards and create base, side, and top triangles, left and right-leaning blocks, and attached and unattached I-cord, all of which are used in other projects.
Knitting: Placemat
Decorate your home year round with these beautiful and unique placemats! Whether used as accents for your home or table or for gifts, they will draw everyone’s attention and admiring comments.
Knitting: Throw
This afghan uses a simple two-row repeat lace stitch pattern that creates a zigzag effect, equally beautiful if showing off a single special yarn or using up your left-overs. The full-length afghan shown takes about 3,000-3,500 yards. The pattern includes both a chart and written instructions.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This lovely baby blanket is a great project for a beginner but interesting enough for a more experienced knitter. It uses a variation of the seed stitch to create texture that adds visual interest without making the blanket too dense.