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Knitting: Pullover
A PDF of this pattern can be purchased here.
Knitting: Scarf
A fantastic scarf for a scientist! An emission spectrum is created when a gas is heated and very specific wavelengths of light are produced. Each element on the periodic table produces its own unique combination of colors - like a fingerprint! This scarf is based on the emission spectrum of Cadmium.
Knitting: Scarf
A fantastic scarf for a scientist! An emission spectrum is created when a gas is heated and very specific wavelengths of light are produced. Each element on the periodic table produces its own unique combination of colors - like a fingerprint! This scarf is based on the emission spectrum of Calcium.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are worked in the round from cuff to fingers, with a gusset for the thumb. Yardage is total yardage - you will need ~60 yards of red, ~40 yards of orange, and ~140 yards of gray. They may look complicated, but you only ever work with two colors at once! And you will have plenty of leftover yarn - perhaps for a matching hat?
Knitting: Vest
Perfect for baby’s first Easter, this simple vest draws on traditional gansey motifs. It is worked flat in one piece from the back hem up and over to the front hem. Stitches are picked up and immediately cast off around the armholes for a neat, stretchy edge, and the neck is finished with a rolled collar. Make your vest in sock yarn for an easy-...
Knitting: Mittens
Felted mittens with an unfelted interior cuff to keep out the cold. Available in men’s and women’s sizes (women’s size is also appropriate for child). Full felting directions included. Worked in the round. 3 examples of colorwork included.
Knitting: Throw
This afghan is large enough to be used as a light twin-size bedspread, but small enough to be used as a lap blanket. It is worked flat and blocked to size.
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
Worked in the round from the bottom up, this cozy is a quick easy project - excellent for a first cabled project. Knit in superwash for easy care, it makes the perfect gift for that person in your life who is always just a bit chilly. Cable pattern is written out and charted. 1 skein of yarn will make multiple cozies.
Knitting: Cowl
Featuring lace and herringbone panels, this cowl is quick to knit and perfect for using up leftovers. Worked in the round from the top down, the stitch pattern forms a flattering scallop out of the cast-on edge. Only takes about 150 yards of dk weight yarn. Gauge is not critical.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are worked in the round from the elbow to the hand, in stockinette stitch. The stripes are worked in tripled embroidery floss, so you don’t have to buy a whole ball of yarn just for a single round!
Knitting: Scarf
A fantastic scarf for a scientist! An emission spectrum is created when a gas is heated and very specific wavelengths of light are produced. Each element on the periodic table produces its own unique combination of colors - like a fingerprint! This scarf is based on the emission spectrum of Neon, the element that - you guessed it - makes neon li...
Knitting: Toy Vehicle
This little ship was made in celebration of my friend’s new Masters degree in oceanography. She fell in love with the ocean from the decks of the R/V Knorr, but you can name your mighty vessel whatever you like! An excellent toy for the boat lover in your life, this pattern also works as a cute Christmas ornament.
Knitting: Scarf
A fantastic scarf for a scientist! An emission spectrum is created when a gas is heated and very specific wavelengths of light are produced. Each element on the periodic table produces its own unique combination of colors - like a fingerprint! This scarf is based on the emission spectrum of Rubidium.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for a comfy hat with four graceful crabs scuttling above the band. It is worked in two colors in the round, shaped with decreases around the crown. Any worsted weight yarn will work well. The band of the hat is double-thick ribbing for extra warmth, and extra stretch. An optional tassel or pom-pom gives this hat an added touch of...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for a comfy hat with four friendly octopuses swimming above the band. Colorwork is charted. It is worked in two colors in the round, shaped with decreases around the crown. Any worsted weight yarn will work well. The band of the hat is double-thick ribbing for extra warmth, and extra stretch. An optional tassel or pom-pom gives t...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Yardage required is total yardage - you need ~130 yards of each color. The hat is worked in a continuous, decrease-free tube and then closed with a 3-needle bind off and tucking technique (full directions provided). The band is double-thick. This hat is warm and cozy! All colorwork is charted.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Two colors of yarn are used - yardage is total yardage required. The color pattern is charted. The mitts are finished by sewing the side seam, leaving a hole for the thumb. A perfect first colorwork project.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for a comfy hat with four cheerful seastars cartwheeling above the band. It is worked in two colors in the round, shaped with decreases around the crown. Any worsted weight yarn will work well. The band of the hat is double-thick ribbing for extra warmth, and extra stretch. An optional tassel or pom-pom gives this hat an added to...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for a comfy hat with four spouting whales swimming above the band. It is worked in two colors in the round, shaped with decreases around the crown. Any worsted weight yarn will work well. The band of the hat is double-thick ribbing for extra warmth, and extra stretch. An optional tassel gives this hat an added touch of playfulnes...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Yardage is total yardage required - tam is worked in 3 colors, 1 ball if each will be needed, but you will have plenty of leftovers. Cast on is the Italian Tubular cast on, a tutorial may be found here. Colorwork is charted, and the pattern includes instructions for blocking.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Designed to be snug enough to fit under a bike helmet, or worn proudly in support of your multisport, this hat is a quick, easy project for any triathlete or triathlon fan. Worked in the round with stranded colorwork in two shades. 1 ball of each color will make multiple hats; yardage is approximate total yardage for one hat. Colorwork is charted.