Wear this lovely cowl on all of your treks through the enchanted forests of your dreams. The staggered rows of patterning echo stately trees, and the patterning is the perfect thing to stitch while dreaming of those treks. 10% of proceeds of all Enchanted Forest yarn sales and $1 from each Enchanted Cowl pattern sales now through Labor Day 2017 …
While wearing my myriad Spell Shawls this fall, I’ve found myself obsessed with the idea of a cowl version, so here you go!
Feel free to be otherwise engaged while working on these socks – once you get in the rhythm, you’ll be able to concentrate on other things while working them. They are fantastic for a highly variegated skein, breaking up color in the most delightful way.
You’ll be all abuzz putting colors together for these striking socks. Complicated though they may appear, the knitting is easy as pie.
These socks just kind of go this way and that. The pattern is one that is simple, and elegant, and squishily perfect for any variegated gorgeousness you can’t stop yourself from amassing.
From the first time I saw the gorgeous Pan’s Labyrinth colorway from Tre Liz, I knew leaves needed to be in the mix on the finished design. This asymmetric triangle, marrying fun mesh and a leafy border perfectly complements a highly variegated colorway, in a fun and unexpected way.
The sweeping curves of this shawl work equally well in two colors or one: with two colors, the effect is bold; with one, subtle. Which will be your trajectory?
If you’re looking for a simple hat, and a reason to mix colors like crazy, look no further. This hat is a great mindless knitting project, perfect for last-minute stash-busting gift-knitting.
Malvina Reynolds was a folk singer-songwriter and political activist in the 1960s and 1970s, and is probably best known for writing and composing the song, “Little Boxes.” Make some little boxes of your own and play around with contrasting colors. Easy colorwork equals fun knitting!
As Hannibal from the A-Team would say, “I love it when a plan comes together!” And that’s exactly what happened with this hat: I had an idea, I knit that idea, and the hat turned out to be exactly what I wanted it to be.
The atomic number for gold is 79, and this shawl is pure gold, baby. Made in worsted weight yarn, it’s quick AND fun.
These ankle-length socks in DK weight yarn are a dream to knit – you can make a pair over a long and cozy weekend. In both toe up and cuff down options, with a whopping eight sizes, this pattern is sure to be your go-to for maximum knitting (and gifting) happiness.