Designer : Rachel Brown Materials: Fingering to sport weight handspun; MC – 115 yds, 105 yds CC. Yarn Details: Mitts shown in (MC) “Naeroyfjord” hand-dyed Shetland from Porpoise Fur, 425 yds/4.9 oz, and (CC)...
Designed to dramatically contrast two hand-spun gradient yarns with its boldly-patterned yoke, this pullover also works up well in contrasting solid colours. It would look great in neutral tones, too. It is a pullover in the...
This project is a joint venture with Nancy Zeller of Longridge Farm. I proposed the idea of working with her fleece and utilizing her amazing dyeing talents and many, many moons later here we...
Designer: Simone Van Iderstine Materials: 230 yds / 210m of fingering weight (14 wpi) yarn in each of the main color and contrast color. (460 yds / 420 m total yardage) Yarn Details: Handspun...
by Lori Law The Wild West Volume 3 : Stranded Knitting pattern ebook by Stephannie Tallent 34 pages, 4 designs © 2014 Stephannie Tallent and Sunset Cat Designs This ebook is part of a...
When I saw the Hello Purl batts lined up in a neat little cubby at StevenBe’s Yarn Garage in Minneapolis, I thought of my mother immediately. Like my mom, these batts had a lot of interesting elements and a little sparkle, too. So, even though I’m just a beginning spinner, I took a chance and brought one home.
These simple, toe-up socks feature an easy lace motif reminiscent of ripe summer berries, perfect for picking or eating right out of the berry patch. […]
This free pattern excerpt utilizes the numbers for women’s medium (size 7-8). The complete pattern is written for 13 sizes, from kids to giants. […]
This pattern is written using tables to ‘fill in the blanks’. Insert the tabled numbers for your size whenever you see a __ in the instructions. There are 13 sizes available in this pattern, from kids to giants, enough to make a pair for all the feet you know. Socks are knit top-down with a heel flap and gussets. […]
Most men do not want lace, all over cables, or colorwork, things that are enjoyable to knit. Men usually want socks that are simple, dark, and long which can leave a knitter wondering, “When will it ever end?” […]
The design of these socks is both bold and simple: pretty, easy on the eyes, and it doesn’t compete with the wildly colourful yarn. […]
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Like foehn winds, the Foehn Cowl will keep you warm and toasty, knit in fair isle style, doubling the warmth.
Instructions are included for TWO versions – a steeked version with a buttoned opening, and a version knit in the round without steeks. […]
A foehn (pronounced like ‘feign’) wind is a hot dry wind which comes abruptly over the lee side of the mountain, also known as a ‘snow-eater’. The most well-known version of foehn winds in North America are the Chinooks over the Rocky Mountains. Like these winds, the Foehn Mitts will keep you warm and toasty, knit in fair isle style, doubling the warmth.[…]
The extra width in this crescent-shaped shawl makes it perfect to wrap about your shoulders to keep out winter’s chills.[…]
A new mitten pattern!
Simple and fast to knit, these are perfect to show off your liveliest yarns. Available in six sizes, from children to women’s large. The lighter-lining mittens offer a snug cuff under jackets without the bulk of the warm outer mittens getting in the way.