Scarves & Cowls

Chestnut Hill Shawl

In this tutorial I run through the techniques used in the Chestnut Hill Shawl, designed by Vanessa Ewing. Links below to get your kit to follow along. You can find the kits the Chestnut Hill Shawl kits here. You can get a look at all of the Kraemer Perfection Sport yarn here. The pattern on […]

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Celtic Cable Scarf

In this tutorial we talk about working the stitches in the Celtic Cable Scarf, pattern by Vanessa Lewis. This pattern includes both charted and written instructions, and uses size US 6 (4mm) needles. The pattern calls for 16″ circulars, but you can use longer circulars or straight needles. You can see the kit (pattern and […]

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Mother Earth Wrap

A very wearable wrap that is great for new knitters, and excellent tv knitting for more experienced knitters. Information on the kit, pattern, and yarn – The Mother Earth Wrap Kits on the Kraemer Yarns website The Mother Earth Wrap Pattern (on its own) Perfection DK yarn (all the colors) You can add this pattern […]

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Wrapped in Brioche Shawl

To get your yarn and free pattern, visit the Zen Yarn Garden website. You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here. Size: There is enough yarn to make a massive shawl, if you like! The finished shawl in the photo is 43″ wide by 28″ long at the center spine. Needles: Size US […]

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Zaden Spring Shawl

A “sweater alternative” for spring, this shawl is knit using KPC’s new Lovat yarn – a gorgeous blend of cotton, cashmere, and silk. This pattern is a FREE RAVELRY DOWNLOAD. You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here. KPC now has two websites, a new Canadian website to serve North America, and the […]

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Fisherman’s Rib Hat and Scarf Set

Sizes: Hat – Small/Medium and Medium/Large (please see note on sizes below); scarf is about 8” wide Needles: Size US 7 (4.5mm) 16” circulars for hat (or longer circulars if you prefer to use magic loop), size US 7 (4.5mm) double-pointed needles for hat crown (unless you’re using magic loop), size US 8 (5mm) for […]

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Plumo Gradient Scarf

Many thanks to Zen Yarn Garden for sponsoring this free pattern and video tutorial! You can see their Gradient Yarn Sets here. The set I used in my scarf is called Storm Time. Size: 9 inches wide by 56 inches long (23cm x 142cm) Needles: Size US 3 (3.25mm), circulars or straight needles, size US […]

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One Row Scarf

The One Row Scarf by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a simple scarf that I recommend as an easy pattern that always knits up into a great looking scarf. In this video I walk through the stitches and tips on knitting this scarf. You can find the free One Row Scarf pattern on the Yarn Harlot’s website. […]

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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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Beau Felted Wrap

This project was a couple of exciting “firsts” for me – it is knit with YAK DOWN, and it’s a felted wrap. Yak down is an amazing fiber…it is as soft as cashmere, warmer than wool, and more breathable than wool. And a bonus, this project is available in a kit! In the video (below), […]

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