Mix two speckly colors and play around with directionality on this fun-to-work and fab-to-wear cowl! The textured stitch is easy to execute but so much fun to work, and the fading from one color to another is soft and subtle. Add a few wee buttons, and voila! You’ve got a piece you can wear upside-down and rightside-up.
One day I was playing around with a deep blue skein of sock yarn and a wee rainbow set of minis. I inserted a rainbow into the middle of the garter-y sweep of a boomerang shawl, and could literally hear my rainbow-loving heart go pitter-patter. Now all I want to do is make Rainbow Boomerangs, other projects be damned. Want …
Friendship is magic, and so is this shawl. The shape and colorplay are reminiscent of the horn gracing the forehead of the world’s sauciest unicorn. You can use one color or two for the garter sections, and all eight Knitted Wit unicorn colors or one sparkly skein of unicorn goodness for the mesh sections.
What’s one to do when faced with the never-ending onslaught that is this new political reality? Plot and plan with friends. And knit, of course.
In order to make a shawl that’s great gather your tools. Don’t be a fool… order a kit. And never quit until you’re done. But have some fun for this shawl is rad… and you’ll be sad if you miss out on this and all the bliss from making a shawl to wear all fall.
This is the first pattern in the League of Busy B’s! As a tribute to Michelle (and all of our illustrious First Ladies past), and as a nod to the big knitting trade show being held in DC this year, the Flotus Shawl was born. Grab a gorgeous gradient, mix in a sprinkle, and you’ve got potato chip knitting at …
The best part about these mitts is how very versatile they are – use a gradient set of six colors, a rainbow set of six, use two or three colors, or go wild and use a variegated skein that’s been languishing in your stash.
The Skittles Scarf was inspired by a glance in a bin of Knitted Wit Gumballs in all of the Rock Candy single color colorways. It looked so stinking tasty, and begged to become something playful and fun. Don’t judge my fathomless addiction to these wonderful little bits of rainbow-colored candy…
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.
It’s amazing! It’s Technicolor! It’s a dream (to knit AND wear)! The Amazing Technicolor Dream Cowl was designed to play around with and show off color. Using 15 colors (approximately 40 yards a piece), it’s got a soothing rhythm and knits up very quickly.
Waaay back when, before I was born, my folks had a hippie-dippie shop in the town I grew up in called Radiation. They sold bell-bottoms, waterbeds, and other counter-culture goods. The basement of the house I grew up in was the perfect suburban basement, with old couches, a TV, a pool table, and, taking up one whole wall, the wooden, …
This cowl is deceptively simple. Sure, casting on and binding off both take for ever, but it’s a fun project, utilizing Cat Bordhi’s truly magical moebius cast on and my very favorite I cord bind off and a whole bunch of easy, beautiful knitting in between. In the Schoppel Wolle yarns, it looks like something out of this world.
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