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Knitting: Beret, Tam
I love berets. I think they are so flattering to all shapes of heads and lengths of hair. Combine my favourite hat shape with a yarn I also love, and I have created an easy to knit, warm and stylish beret, that can be dressed up or down. I have chosen the lovely Mirasol Akapana, an aran weight yarn for the design. However, all aran weight yarns ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is an easy sideways knitted project, with a lovely pointed lace edging. It uses the superbly soft Debbie Bliss Paloma yarn and knits up with just 4 hanks. I have made this shawl triangular in shape so that it can be used as a traditional shawl to be wrapped around your shoulders, or as a scarf to keep your neck warm.
This cowl is knitted in the lovely super soft extra chunky Debbie Bliss Paloma Yarn. Knitted flat in two different stitches, the lace is one of my favourites, and combined with the pearl buttons, it creates a delicate yet warm cowl. Wear it with your favourite jacket as a cowl, or with your favourite outfit as a scarf! You’ll love knitting this ...
Knitting: Scarf, Necklace
This twist is part decorative scarf, part necklace. It uses only one hank of the exquisite Debbie Bliss Paloma, a baby alpaca and merino wool mix. Super soft, the twist grows quickly and can be knitted up in a night. There are so many lovely colours in this yarn it is hard to choose which one to knit up, but I have chosen Cyclamen as it compleme...
This scarf combines so many of the design elements I love. The changing colours of the yarn along with a simple but very effective pattern, and the beautiful beads to add further interest. And of course as this is knitted in a chunky/bulky yarn the scarf grows quickly. Wear it to keep you warm when the weather turns cooler and accept the complim...
Knitting: Accessories - Other
Here is a quick embelishment for your bag, brooch, key ring, cushion, or anything else where you might want to put a funky flower with a cool button. It can be knitted with about 10m of any yarn - just use the needles appropriate to the yarn and can be knitted up in minutes.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are a doddle to knit up. They use just one ball of Debbie Bliss Riva and can be knitted in an evening. Toasty warm, they match the Edina scarf and use a lovely pattern that looks more complicated than it is. Stretchy, these mitts will fit most ladies hands. You’ll love knitting these mitts, and love wearing them even more! Happy knit...
This is an unusual delicate yet warm scarf in Debbie Bliss Angel Prints yarn, a new yarn for Autumn Winter 12. Angel Prints is the sister of the ever popular Angel yarn. It is a luxurious mix of kid mohair and silk, in new beautiful colour combinations that produce a spectacular stripes in this scarf pattern.
Knitting: Toy Food
My Rhubarb and Custard pattern has been created for the UK Hand Knitting Association sweetie shop project. Cute sweets - one one my favourite traditional sweets. Can be knitted up on any yarns (providing they are yellow and pinky/red and the same weight). Use needles appropriate to the yarn. You’ll need a small amount of toy stuffing too.
This is a beautiful elegant yet warm scarf with knitted roses at each end. The body is simple stocking stitch, so it grows quickly and is easy to knit. The Fleur scarf uses the beautiful Debbie Bliss Angel yarn. Angel is a super soft lace weight luxury mohair and silk mix yarn that drapes superbly. The finished scarf can be used as a cosy scarf ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This is a beautiful delicate wrap inspired by draping gathers of fabric across my shoulders, with contrasting stripes to hold the whole picture together. Worked with two contrasting yarns, a mohair (Debbie Bliss Angel) and a silk mix (Debbie Bliss Andes). Together they create a contrast of both look and texture. The wrap can be worn as a summer ...
This is a lovely scarf knitted in a simple pattern repeat that creates a beautiful wave pattern, equally good on the right side and the reverse. It is an excellent project for a beginner who wants to move on from simple knit/purl. Allessia is the smaller sister of Shelby.
I have designed this sideways fringe scarf as a beginner’s project. The pattern is a simple repeat that keeps the knitter interested and produces superb results. It is also knitted on large needles so that the scarf grows quickly. Whilst I created the pattern using Louisa Harding Rossetti yarn (which drapes superbly), other bulky yarns hav...