The Honeybear Hoodie from Spud & Chloë is very cute and quick to knit, and is an excellent first sweater for anyone ready to give garments a try. The four-part video tutorial will guide you through the techniques.Check This Out
Tunisian Crochet is sort of a cross between knitting and crochet. It’s really fun to work, and makes a very pretty fabric, perfect for cross stitching. Free pattern + links to four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Free pattern + 3 part video tutorial. This pattern is easy to memorize and versatile – I give instructions in the video for how to make it any size, using any yarn and hook size.Check This Out
Plain, stripes, fair isle, or fabric appliqué? This tutorial walks you through the knitting as well as three different treatments to make your sweater unique. Pattern + links to seven-part video tutorial.Check This Out
The Granny Ripple is a traditional stitch, that I have made especially friendly for knitters learning crochet, and new crocheters. This free pattern includes links to a five-part instructional video.Check This Out
Click here to get your free copy of the pattern! IMPORTANT NOTE: The pattern designer has updated and changed the pattern since I released the video tutorial in 2013. The construction and the techniques used are the same, but the row-by-row instructions I use in the video are different than written in the updated pattern. […]Check This Out
Free pattern by Maureen Hefti of RavenousKnits.com, plus a four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
The Fiona Baby Sundress is a pattern I released about 4 years ago. I’m re-releasing it today to include an updated pattern, larger size range (newborn to Child Size 2), and a six-part video tutorial.
Free pattern + links to 6-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Both baby and adult sizes in the pattern!
• Yarn: Two colors of worsted-weight yarn
• Needles: Size 7 US 16” circular needles and size 7 US double-pointed needles
• Additional Materials: stitch marker, tapestry needle
Pattern + links to three instructional videosCheck This Out
This baby sweater, called the Toddler Tunic, is knit in the classic top-down raglan style. Learning to knit this little sweater gives you the knowledge you need to easily work any top-down raglan pattern. Pattern includes four sizes 6 mo, 12 mo, 18 mo, and 24 mo.
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