I named this pattern “Doppelt”, which means “double” in German – it is a double-warm hat, and two hats in one. The free pattern includes links to a three-part video tutorial (below) and a bonus mitts pattern. Size: Women’s average (for a slightly larger or smaller fit, use a larger or smaller needle size) Needles: […]Check This Out
Get your kit to follow along on the Dale Garn website here. For more patterns and yarns from Dale Garn, check out their website. You can see more of Tanis Gray’s designs on her Ravelry designer page.Check This Out
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Calling all Downton Abbey fans – this week’s new video tutorial is the Downton Hat. Designed by Annie of knitsofacto.com, she offers a huge range of sizes from baby to adult. If you haven’t started Christmas knitting yet, here’s how to get your loved ones looking as fancy as Lady Crawley.Check This Out
Free pattern by Maureen Hefti of RavenousKnits.com, plus a four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
So, you’ve knit a scarf or two, what now? Time to “move beyond the rectangle” and start knitting shapes!
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Earflap hats have become very popular recently, but there are some tricky parts to knitting them, including the earflaps themselves.
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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
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Sizes: Preemie, 0-6 mo, 6-18 mo
Yarn: Any worsted-weight yarn
Needles: Size US 7
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