tracy wright

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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
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Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
When I was 7, my family lived at 209 E. Islay Street. (People in Santa Barbara pronounce it Is-Lay) It was a Grand old home with a fabulous rope swing in the back yard, hanging from a giant Sycamore tree.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
This is a super comfortable sock, with 3 cable and lace motifs around each of the leg. For this reason, it is best knit Using the Magic Loop Method. It has a reinforced slip-stitch heel that snugs up nicely around the ankle. Instructions are both written and charted, and are very intuitive, making it easy to memorize, and very easy to find your...
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
This is a comfortable sock, with a cable and lace motif down each of the leg. It has a ribbed heel that snugs up nicely around the ankle. Instructions are both written and charted, and are easily memorized, making this a good travelling project. There are three sizes, which will easily accomodate almost any size. It is very straight forward and...
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
An indespensable little bag that holds a LOT of shopping!! Square reinforced bottom and top ribbing keeps items from collapsing onto each other. Two handles make it easy to carry, and are long enough to put over one shoulder
Knitting: Towel
Nothing is nicer than a hand knit cotton towel for drying your face….or the dishes. Super absorbent, and it makes a lovely gift when paired with handmade soap.
Knitting: Towel
Nothing is nicer than a hand knit cotton towel for drying your dishes…or for softness against your skin!
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
This is an easy lace rib patterned sock, that fits nice and snugly around the ankle and foot. Instructions are both written and charted, and are easily memorized, making this a good travelling project. There are three sizes, and the stretchiness of the pattern will easily accomodate almost any size. The picot cast on makes it a bit more “girly”.
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
This pattern is for either of a pair of ‘old school’ hot water bottle covers in honeycomb cables. One is in worsted (pink) and the other in a slightly bulkier (gray) wool. If you use very hot water, and a wool cover, the hot water bottle will stay warm for hours --- all night under the bed covers!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
KIP stands for Knitting in Public. This scarf/shawl is perfect for that! The pattern is easy to remember, and it is easy to spot where you are without a lot of counting and figuring. The Kip is a scalene triangle: all sides are different and all angles are different. It can be knit with almost any weight yarn. When you run out of yarn, finish w...
Knitting: Cowl
Throw your heart over the fence and the rest will follow.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
It started out with a single skein of super bulky yarn that I had been given as a gift from my daughter. It was a beautiful yarn, and needed a special hat to show it off.
Knitting: Cowl
A silly, frilly looking little thing---but with a lot of function. And it holds in a lot of warmth. Call it a snood or a buff, or whatever tickles your fancy. Wear it as a neck warmer, a hat, a headband, or a wimple. Whatever works. It’s all good.
Knitting: Cowl
This is a twisted stitch cowl based on the traditional Austrian patterns from the Enns Valley Region. There are two versions and two lengths, a tall and a short, each with a chart and written instructions. Either may be knit in different lengths, with stitch counts given for a double loop and a (neck warmer) size.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This is a slightly parallelogram shawl or wide scarf, knit on the bias, so that it gently hugs the shoulders and stays put. You won’t find it crawling off toward the knees from the slightest breeze. It also works well as a scarf, and is easily modified in both width and length. Instructions are both written and charted, and are easily memorized...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This is an easy stepped rib sock pattern with an “eye of partridge” heel and a round toe. Instructions are both written and charted, and are easily memorized, making this a good travelling project. It is very straightforward and lots of fun, both for the beginning sock knitter or the more experienced.
Knitting: Cowl
A cowl that is extremely stretchy, and very versatile, it can be worn wrapped double around the neck or left loose. With its rhythmic pattern, it is relaxing to knit, and uses under 100g. of dk yarn. The pattern is easy to memorize, and it makes for the perfect tv, social, or traveling project.
Knitting: Cowl
A soft, comforting cowl. Relaxing to knit. Warm and sweet, but light, like a cup of chai. And just as yummy to wear.
Knitting: Cowl
Little Climbing Leaves is a sprightly cowl with elfin leaves made by a simple pattern of yarn overs and decreases. Suitable for those who have mastered the basics, and a relaxing knit for the more experienced. Highly versatile, this pattern can be knit in a variety of lengths, as well as a range of weights to suit the style of the knitter. The ...
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
These old fashioned bottles hold their heat for a long time. You can also fill one with 50% water and 50% rubbing alcohol, and throw in the freezer. It will not freeze, but makes the best “ice pack” around. If you are unable to get rubbing alcohol, try some peppermint schnapps…but don’t be surprised if your water bottle contents “evaporate” ( j...
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is perfect for a beginning lace knitter, but interesting enough for more experienced knitters.
Knitting: Pet Clothing
This is a neck down turtleneck style dog sweater with 3/4 sleeves.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf is modeled after Aran fisherman scarves, short enough to tuck into a peacoat -- or bomber jacket, an with seed stitch border around the neck to keep it in place (and not itch).
Knitting: Table Setting - Other
These patterns were designed with the fall harvest and Thanksgiving in mind. They look much harder than they are, and are a little addictive. And enough interest not to be boring! Each cloth takes about 50g of fingering….but you can use any weight yarn.
Knitting: Cowl
*NOTE -- in an effort to update the look of this pattern…I accidentally DELETED the original…and am left with a PDF that says TEST PATTERN on it. The pattern is the same…and when I sort it all out, it will have a fresh new look. I have had several requests to put it back up….so I am.**
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This is a wonderful shawl made up of panels of feather and fan separated by cables. It would be suitable for a beginning lace knitter, and a relaxing knit for those with more experience, this version uses between 500 and 700 yards, but it could easily be customized for different sizes, and for different weights. The gauge given was for worsted ...