Pure, unadulterated, neon-tinted pleasure. That’s what this shawl gave me, soup to nuts. From deciding to put these two colors together to the rhythm of the Tweedy Sections to the leafy lace sections to the brick-y border, I smiled my way through this piece, and once it was done, found myself sighing and saying, “That’s the ticket…”
Sometimes, you just need a knitterly palate-cleanser. A project that is simple enough to work on whenever you have a spare moment, but enjoyable to bring into existence. There’s nothing like a simple, textured shawl in a lovely, rustic yarn to give you that project-reset. Mix and match two colors in a DK-weight yarn to create a Rustic Reset of …
From the first time I saw the gorgeous Pan’s Labyrinth colorway from Tre Liz, I knew leaves needed to be in the mix on the finished design. This asymmetric triangle, marrying fun mesh and a leafy border perfectly complements a highly variegated colorway, in a fun and unexpected way.
These ankle-length socks in DK weight yarn are a dream to knit – you can make a pair over a long and cozy weekend. In both toe up and cuff down options, with a whopping eight sizes, this pattern is sure to be your go-to for maximum knitting (and gifting) happiness.
It takes a village to raise kids, but nowadays, many of us don’t live near our families. That’s why Aunties are so important – female friends who love and support us AND our kiddos. Make your favorite Auntie something special with our Aunties Cowl.
In geometry, a trisectrix is a curve which can be used to trisect an arbitrary angle. This shawl plays with the idea of a trisected curve by using short rows and groups of three to create a very knittable and wearable piece.
These mitts actually have many points of symmetry — the two mitts are symmetrical to each other; the point at which you join the circumference is a point of symmetry; and the exact middle of the thumb gusset is a point of symmetry. This also means that the left mitt is the right mitt is the left mitt, which makes …
When I started thinking about how these three colors could play together in a hat, my mind immediately went to stacking bricks, and slipping stitches and movement. There’s a swirly geometric loveliness to this pattern that’s both soothing and interesting to work.
When you’re in the mood for something simple but fun, and have a gorgeous gradient set staring you in the face, there’s nothing better than getting All Meshed Up with this cowl. Instructions for fingering, dk, worsted, and aran weight yarns are all included.
Inspired by gorgeous rocks found in my lovely Oregon, the Jasper Shawlette is a great excuse to play with color.
Inspired by gorgeous rocks found in my lovely Oregon, the Jasper Cowl is a great excuse to play with color.
April showers bring May flowers, or so they say. In the Pacific Northwest, it seems that the rainshowers are gone already, and flowers abound. But, just in case those showers do come back, this cowl has got you covered. There are two versions – a single loop that doubles as a snood or hood, and a double loop that can …
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