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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Firefly Shawl was designed during the early months of summer when long days turn into lazy evenings spent outside waiting for fireflies to appear. With lots of garter stitch and simple repeats, this shawl is a welcomed project to take on-the-go wherever your adventures may lead.
Knitting: Scarf
With lots of drape and breezy, open lacework, Summer Streams Scarf the perfect summer accessory to easily elevate an outfit. Let is casually drape over shoulders to add a pop of color or loosely wrap around the neck for some interest at your neckline.
Knitting: Scarf
This narrow scarf is a great way to add a pop of color to a summer outfit. With lots of repetitive texture and a column of eyelets, this scarf is lightweight and repetitive so it’s easy to throw on over a tee or a dress either open or wrapped around the neck.
Knitting: Cowl
Aprés Ski Bandana is a simple bandana with dramatic results. The bandana is worked flat from the bottom up with a button closure at the back of the neck. Strategic increases make this accessory the perfect shape for a fuss-free fit when worn with a jacket, while still achieving an ideal drape along the neckline.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Mix + Mingle Shawlette was designed with a gradient mini skein pack but would compliment any mini skein pack or collection of leftover yarn. With easy to follow instructions that become memorizable, this shawl is perfect to pick up in between projects or knit over a weekend.
Knitting: Cowl
This long loop cowl is cozy and colorful and so much fun to wear. With three colors of worsted weight yarn, work this cowl flat, starting with the stripe section before moving into the solid color garter section.
Knitting: Scarf
Thanks to a unique construction method, this scarf allows you to create one-row stripes while working flat. There are no ends to weave in (except at the cast on and bind off ends) on this reversible scarf.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Keep your hands warm and mobile with these fingerless mitts designed with worsted weight yarn. Use purl stitches to create a textured triangle design on each mitt.
Knitting: Scarf
This lightweight, narrow scarf welcomes warm weather its open lacework pattern. A breeze to knit, this scarf is knit on a bias with one skein of fingering weight yarn and a two-row repeat.
Knitting: Headband
This simple headband comes with big reward. With DK weight yarn, work this headband flat and seam it a unique way to create a trendy twist. Sized to fit heads of all sizes, it’s the perfect knit to tame your tresses or stash away for a gift!
Knitting: Cowl
Sneak Peek is a two-color cowl that is lightweight, delicately soft, and effortlessly beautiful. Knit as one piece and seam together to create a double-layered cowl. No matter how you wear it there is no wrong side…only sneak peeks of textured, trendy stripes or crisp, clean stockinette.
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Scarf
A simple and versatile garter stitch bandana that is worked tip-to-tip. Wear it wrapped and tied, open and loose, or with a shawl pin. You can even add a pop of color to this reversible accessory by adding an applied crochet border (instructions included) or tassels to either end.
Knitting: Home - Other
Add some festiveness to your winter months with our Winter Wonderland Mini Garland, which includes instructions for two mini mitts, two mini stockings, and two mini hats. Knit a bunch of each to create strings of festive garland to decorate your house. Or use these addictive and adorable mini accessories as ornaments, present toppers, or an adv...
Knitting: Cowl
A playful cowl that fits loosely around the neck and features stacked sections and simple colorwork. After cast on, work two queen crown-like sections, followed by a solid color block, patch of hearts (216 to be exact), and stripes.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A semi-slouchy hat to compliment all heads - woman, man, young, or old - the Everyone Hat features allover cables that offer cool texture and extra warmth. Wear on a hike, to an outdoor concert, or lounging around on cool mornings.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Rolling Waves is a cuff-down sock inspired by the gentle waters of the Gulf of Mexico. From cuff-to-toe, the symmetrical, repetitive lacework offers strong, feminine details for a sock that will look great peeking out over a boot or worn with your favorite pair of Mary Janes.
Knitting: Scarf
The Slack Tide Scarf is inspired by the melting color of the ocean and the moment in time when the tide is slack, unstressed and unchanging. This repetitive knit creates a rectangular scarf that is like the slack tide, calm and harmonious.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Designed for PostStitch’s March 2018 SockStitch subscription, this sock compliments the random colors of a speckled yarn. Though structured in its design, the “slouch” detailing featured in the leg gives the sock a comfy and relaxed feel, and plays well with the randomness of the color splatters.
Knitting: Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Get the look of a sock without actually knitting one! No matter if your boot is tall or short, these boot toppers fit snug around the calf and peek out the top of your boot, mimicking the look of a sock. Plus, these boot toppers are reversable, making them a great accessory for your next road trip - two looks that don’t take up but a bit of sui...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This slightly slouchy, one-size fits all hat was knit on a weekend road trip through the south. The combination of the non-traditional ribbed brim and effortless stockinette stitch of the hat’s body, makes this an enjoyable knit to pass the time in a car, while still being able to take in the sights as you journey on. Depending on how many mile...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Keep your coffee looking its best and your hand from over heating with our texture-rich coffee cup cozy. Sized to fit the cup from your favorite coffee jaunt, this reusable accessory is easy to throw in your purse for all your planned and unplanned coffee stops.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Sometimes a yarn has a mind of its own. Especially the self-striping variety. We love watching a yarn randomly pool into an organic pattern of color, and are completely mesmerized by a yarns that work up in calculated stripes. For yarn like this, a “vanilla” sock pattern - one that is simply knit, without pattern detail - is a go-to choice. But...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Designed for PostStitch’s July 2017 SockStitch subscription, Summer Shower is a warm weather sock inspired by the inconsistent Florida weather. Spend a summer day on the Gulf Coast and you will learn that early morning, clear skies can quickly morph into an afternoon storm. To capture this dichotomy, the back and underside of this sock is knit ...
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
It’s BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) when you’re headed to the library or Farmer’s Market, so why not show up in a bright MIM (Made It Myself) showstopper? Knit in the round and from the bottom up, this bag is a generous size to fit leafy veggies, an iPad, knitting project, or even a New York Times Best Seller. Toss it into your purse for those times...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Designed for PostStitch’s May 2017 SockStitch subscription.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
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Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
Designed to carry your books from the library or to the coffee shop, this bag is constructed with built-in sides that seamlessly become a strap. A slip-stitch pattern is used for the base, sides, and strap to give the bag shape, support, and to keep it from sagging when filled.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Designed while lounging on the sands of Siesta Key Beach, this blanket is a blend of modern simplicity and classic elegance. Knit with a lightweight fiber and repeating lace panels, the Beachside Blankie is the perfect everyday blanket for cuddly newborns as they grow into curious toddlers.