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Crochet: Baby Blanket
Pack this blanket in your bag and head to the beach! This easy-care, lofty blanket will keep your little one cozy as you soak up the sun! A simple design, of half double crochet & V-stitches, mixed with fun colors is perfect for beginners.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This swing coat was 100% conceptualized by me and my daughter and it truly represents her personality…Bright, Full of Heart, Stylish…and a Little Loopy :) Worked flat, with patch pockets, this is a terrific introduction to intarsia knitting.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This blanket is wonderful in its simplicity. Clean lines and a simple knit-purl combination make this blanket one of our favorite gifts to give. It’s different enough to set itself apart from other box pattern blankets. Beginners and advance knitters alike will enjoy this creation. For a twist, use a contrast color for the border and work the bo...
Knitting: Throw
This blanket is the perfect introduction to intarsia. Simple, nested rectangles, when assembled, create a beautiful color-blocked accent for any environment. Make as many squares as you wish to create your desired finished size.
Crochet: Belt
I am all about double-duty when it comes to just about anything.
Knitting: Pullover
Did you ever think what would happen if you were to turn your sweater 45 degrees and throw over your head. This asymmetrical sweater may confuse you when you see the shape but will be very flattering when worn. This easy stockinette knit sweater has beautiful drape and works well with a variety of different fiber combinations. We know you will w...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is a great variation of the tried-and-true feather & fan stitch. For a “Missoni” type look, try alternating other colors in between the garter section. If you don’t want to double the yarn, a heavy worsted weight yarn and half the yardage works just fine.
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
Simply put, this blanket is a vehicle for an amazing yarn. A garter stitch border and stockinette stitch boxes are an easy pattern for a beginner to master. To speed up the process we doubled the Tosh Merino Light, but kept the yarn at a tight gauge. The recipient of this blanket will be one lucky baby!
Knitting: Cape
Ripped right from the fashion magazines, this garter stitch cape is easy to knit and comfy to wear. The cape is comprised of two trapezoids stitched together at the center back, with a simple eyelet for the twisted tie.
Knitting: Cowl
Bluster is a Garter-Stitch Hooded Cowl. The simple construction and garter stitch make it a terrific project to whip up for you or your favorite cold-weather lover. Easily knit in two pieces, with an attached ribbing, this piece will keep you toasty during the colder months. We love it worn with the hood up or down!
Knitting: Hats - Other
This cute little hat is a terrific baby gift! Knit flat, this simple hat is a basic rectangle which is divided into sections, decreased down to two points, and seamed with mattress stitch. We completed ours in a few short hours! A baby can’t ever have too many hats.
Knitting: Vest, Other Top
This is one of my favorite everyday pieces. The long length and slouchy style make it great to throw on over your favorite t-shirt and jeans. Also terrific to wear apres-yoga!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
An easy combination of Seed and Stockinette stitch make this baby blanket both pretty to look at and simple to knit. The Log Cabin style is a great way to improve your ability of picking up stitches. Pick 5 skeins of Spud & Chloe sweater and get your needles clicking!
Knitting: Headband
Knitting: Doll Clothes
While searching for inspiration for my next project, my daughter promptly told me that her doll, “Kenny” needed a dress and she needed one to match. This little creation was born from Kenny’s request to dress like my daughter.
Knitting: Dress
While searching for inspiration for my next project, my daughter promptly told me that her doll, “Kenny” needed a dress and she needed one to match. This little creation was born from Kenny’s request to dress like my daughter.
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This simple arrowhead lace pattern is a terrific intro to lace. Both pieces are worked flat, but the cowl is created by seaming the cast on and bind off edges together. Don’t like seams? Cast on with waste yarn and graft the two edges together.
Knitting: Bonnet, Brimmed Hat
Knitting: Dress
We love this dress because the shaping allows for it to easily morph into a tunic once the dress becomes too short. This dress is a favorite in the shop because it’s easy to knit and its adorable! We hope you enjoy it as much as our customers do.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A great easy wrap that can be worn several ways, it’s got 3 buttons so you can wear it close or wear it loose. Warm and cozy, it will quickly become your go to wrap.