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Knitting: Dress
Here is that must-make precious dress for a baby or toddler that is sure to become an instant heirloom for the family! The dress is an intermediate level, top down raglan, with a lace cast on, empire waist, lace skirt, and ruffles at the edge of skirt and short sleeves. Sized for 6 months and 2T in lace weight yarn, this could adapt for larger ...
Knitting: Tee
Reverence is an elaborate bow or curtsy that is performed by a dancer to acknowledge the applause from the audience, essentially saying “Baby, Take A Bow!”
Knitting: Cowl
This project is a special collaboration of : Cori Eichelberger, Stephanie Lotven, Lisa K. Ross, Megan Williams, Leading Men Fiber Arts, and Three Irish Girls.
Knitting: Vest
The Storming The Castle Vest is a truly knightly garment. It uses twisted and beaded rib stitching and features a faux closure, which is perfect for placing ornate notions. It will leave you feeling like the Stark family defending Winterfell.
Knitting: Cowl
A gender-neutral cowl in single and double wrap versions.
Knitting: Throw
Has cabin fever taken a hold of you? Run with our colorwork foxes as they chase tiny stars around a baby blanket or throw!
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
This is the perfect accent piece for any home during the winter months. The Cabin Fever Pillow has spunky foxes colorwork that will chase the winter blues away. It uses simple construction that will suit even the beginning knitter.
Knitting: Cowl
Are you one who wants instant style and color in your wardrobe? This quick knit is just the garment for you! It combines the ideas of double holding yarn, easy construction, and gradual color transition for blended stripes. There are four different versions in this pattern for endless inspiration. So chop-chop and start immediately!
Knitting: Scarf
Whether you are on the High street shopping or at your local for a pint, the Grafton Street Stole can give you that sophisticated yet simple elegance suitable for any occasion. It has a simple repeated 8-row construction that will create the illusion of complex lace pattern
Knitting: Cardigan
The Ms. Eva Cardigan is the grown up companion piece to the Miss Eva child’s sweater and it shares the things that made the original a fun knit: top down seamless construction, unique detailing, and zero finishing. This version is an easy to wear cardigan with a gathered bodice and an A-line silhouette.
Knitting: Cardigan
For the Captain in your life, the Seafarers Cardigan is just the thing. It is a cabled shawl collared cardigan. The sleeves are picked up at the armhole and worked with short rows. This eliminates the tricky reverse stockinette stitch seaming. It may even be the perfect cardigan to ‘borrow’ from time to time.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
Sweet Eileen Shrug is a classic garment with a twist.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern was designed for the Three Irish Girls December 2015 clubs.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Sonoma Shawl featueres top-down construction and triangular lace. It is available in a shawlette or full-sized shawl and can be knit with one or more colors.
Knitting: Scarf
The Factory Girl pattern has a myriad of options. It can either be a cowl or scarf. You can mix and match the colors and chevron widths. Each chevron styling with every color block features a different textured stitch.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A bottom-up, crescent-shaped scarf with a touch of the North celebrating loons, lakes, and wild rice.
Knitting: Bedspread
US 0 (2mm), 40” or 60” circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge.
Knitting: Cowl, Legwarmers, Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Enger Tower Cowl will keep you warm and stylish all winter long. With its climbing cables and squishy soft yarn, it is a go to accessory.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A tam inspired by the northern lights amongst the trees in Duluth, Minnesota.
Knitting: Cowl, Legwarmers, Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Easy to knit and comfy to wear, Lake Ave. cowl and boot cuffs pairs a waving stitch to mimic the waves of Lake Superior. This pattern with simple purl rounds makes a fun accessory to keep you warm all winter.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Designed By: Nadia Paige
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Inspired by the gorgeous shore of Lake Superior and the iconic Duluth Lift bridge, Lakewalk Socks marry stitch patterns that emulate each of them.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
A slouchy hat that features a 4x3 ribbing with a 2x2 ribbed band. The band can be worn folded up for added warmth around the ears or worn down for a slouchier look. The ribbing in this hat has a lot of ease to it making it easily versatile for kids to adults.
Knitting: Cowl
The Voyager Infinity Cowl has a small diamond pattern of beads within a square of knitting, nestled within another square of knitting. This can be knit as either the moebius or infinity style scarf.
Knitting: Poncho
This asymmetrical poncho with optional cowl neck will be a pleasure to wear when you just want a light extra layer. There is added interest from the textured border created with a simple slipped stitch. A little bit of the same texture also highlights the color changes.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Like the southern sea shores of the Irish county, this shawl uses of the combination of ombre and chevrons to give the effects of rippling waves. It has a great crescent shape that is easy to wear as it stays on without a shawl pin and can work as a scarf by draping it in different ways.
Knitting: Cowl
One of my favorite places in the winter is in front of a roaring fire, knitting or a good book in hand. When I can’t be there, I need something to help keep the chill away – enter the cowl. Cowls are the perfect go-to accessory and make great, quick knit gifts. Dropped stitches provide the added bonus of fast progress on projects!
Knitting: Pullover
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
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Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mitts are constructed from the fingers to the cuff, with the thumb knitted first, then attached in-process. They are stranded color work, knit in the round.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knit from the cuff down using 2 bold colourways, these socks are easy to knit and are suitable for either gender. The entire sock is knit using both colourways, from the corrugated rib cuff to the striped heel and toe.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Stocking
This hat pattern was inspired by my love of the cabled owl and the magical ideas that owls inspire. This pattern allows your imagination to run wild as you use your creativity to craft a hat that is uniquely yours. It also includes instructions for cabling without a cable needle and a tutorial to avoid having to weave in too many ends when doin...
Knitting: Cardigan
Worked from the top down in one piece, with the button bands and neck added on as picked up stitches, this sweater has two versions: one with knitted edging and one with crocheted. One is a bit more tailored and one a bit more girly; both are decidedly feminine. The sleeves are designed to look nice long and, as your girl grows, as 3/4 length.
Knitting: Pullover
This sweater is destined to be one of her favorites, equally at home dressed up for something special or with her favorite pair of jeans for every day wear. Miss Eva is worked seamlessly from the top down, showcasing little details that make it special and keep it interesting to knit. An added bonus? Zero finishing. When you cast off, you are d...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This delicate blend of semi-solid color on a luxurious yarn base needed something subtle but substantial to show off its gentle beauty. Enter a Saxony cable, looping and weaving in beautiful symmetry. These socks are worked from the toe up using either the Magic Loop or Two Circulars methods.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Seahorse Running is another instant classic from Allison Janocha. Using her signature combination of lace, cables and toe up construction (two of which she doesn’t actually enjoy…or so she claims), these socks are simpler to knit than they appear.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Follow spiraling stitches from the ankle as they frame your toe. With just enough detail to make the knitting interesting, but not so much that the socks become overly tiresome.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
May is the time of mist and flowers as spring is newly sprung. These socks were inspired by the sparkling morning dewdrops on the little flowers appearing the gardens. A floral lace pattern is accented by silvery beads that reflect the light and bring the crisp spring mornings to a pair of simple yet stunning socks.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
This hat takes the guesswork out of what to make with those gorgeous bulky weight skeins in your stash! Using a variegated colorway paired with a contrasting semi solid provides extra visual interest and displays the yarn to its best advantage.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knit from the cuff down with a repeating leaf brocade motif, Sibley is an excellent introduction to colourwork socks.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Craic, pronounced “crack,” is a Gaelic word that roughly translates to “great fun,” as in: “Knitting these socks is great craic.”