No matter how you twist this cowl around your head and neck, you always look perfectly dressed. With no wrong sides, luxurious cashmere blend yarn, and a fair isle stripe pattern to keep the knitting interesting. Free pattern + three-part video tutorial.Check This Out
This lovely scarf, called Saroyan, is designed by Liz Abinante of feministy.com. After receiving a ton of requests for this, I’m happy to offer this video tutorial on Liz’s design.
Free pattern + 3 part video tutorial.Check This Out
Just one skein of yarn, a few hours of knitting, and a quick seam! Free pattern + free video tutorial.Check This Out
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After many, many requests for an Entrelac tutorial, I’m SUPER EXCITED to be able to offer this. And it’s FREE!Check This Out
Lace knitting can be daunting to knitters who have never tried it, but with a little help, these techniques are simple to learn, and the reward of a finished lace scarf is totally worth it.
Pattern + links to 5 instructional videos.Check This Out
Get knitting! This pattern as a good first project for all beginning knitters.
• one skein of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Worsted (widely available at craft stores)
• size 10.5 US needles (preferably wooden ones)
• a tapestry needle for weaving in your ends
Pattern + links to seven instructional videosCheck This Out
• 70 yards of bulky yarn; or 100 yards of worsted, held double stranded
• Size 13 needles
• Tapestry needle
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Intimated by the twists and turns of traditional Irish Fisherman knitting? This shawl is a good place to start learning how to manage a cable needle and read the charts.
This pattern is available two ways – either as a pattern with instructional videos, or as a pattern only.Check This Out