Patterns

Hygge Feet Cabled Booties

Warm feet are hygge feet! These booties, sized for both women and men, are quick to knit in bulky yarn. They are worked toe-up, using German Short Rows instead of wraps & turns. Sizes: Women or Men, average foot width, any shoe size Needles: Set of size US 9 (5.5mm) double-pointed needles Yarn: Two 100 […]

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Frango Sampler Scarf

A sampler scarf that is interesting for the knitter, and a good scarf for either men or women. The free three-part tutorial covers the provisional cast-on, changing colors, three-needle bind off, adding the fringe, and more. Scroll down to get your free pattern and to see the video. Size: 8.5” x 66” (22cm x 168cm), […]

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Felted Christmas Stocking

Size: After felting, about 16” long from cuff to toe, about 8” wide at cuff Needles: Size US 10.5 (6.5 mm) 24” circular needle, size US 10.5 (6.5 mm) double-pointed needles Yarn: 100% NON-superwash bulky wool (see note below on yarn choices and amounts) Additional Materials: tapestry needle for weaving in ends Gauge: 3.5 stitches […]

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Color My Cowl Tutorial

Color My Cowl is a good introduction to fair isle knitting. In the video, I demonstrate the basic techniques used for this and all stranded knitting projects. Free pattern, free coloring page, and free three-part video tutorial.

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Tunisian Crochet Shaker Dishcloths

Tunisian Shaker Dishcloths, inspired by my knit version. No Tunisian Crochet experience necessary – you don’t really even need a special Tunisian Crochet hook! Pattern includes instructions for coasters, as well as info on modifying to any size. This pattern is a FREE RAVELRY DOWNLOAD, to accompany the video tutorial, below. Size: Finished dishcloth is […]

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Delicate Brambles

I designed this little scarf to be both a pretty and quick pattern as well as a good introduction to lace knitting. Experienced lace knitters will find it a simple pattern to follow, and new lace knitters can use this project as a good introduction to more complicated lace. Pattern includes links to a four-part video tutorial.

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