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A Little Something

In Bulky weight yarn, Cowls, Patterns by Shannon

MaterialsThis is just a little something to keep your neck warm (while looking super cute!) this fall and winter. One skein of bulky-weight yarn will give you the perfect neckwarmer, and a pom-pom will keep it closed. Finished Measurements: 6″/15 cm deep, 19.5″/49.5 cm long.Yarn: approximately 130 yards/119 m bulky- weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Bulky in Basic Witch …

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Slumber Slips

In Bulky weight yarn, Patterns, Shop sample available, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

Host a slumber party with a gaggle of your besties, and gift each attendee a pair of Slumber Slips. Not only will these comfy house socks knit up in a jiffy, you’ll make someone’s day by gifting a pair to them. MaterialsFinished Measurements: Adult Small (Adult Medium, Adult Large): 7 (8, 9)” foot circumference.Slips shown with a 3.25″ cuff length …

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Walzer Cowl

In Aran weight yarn, Bulky weight yarn, Cowls, One skein projects, Patterns by Shannon

This cowl reminds me of a Tilt-a-Whirl, because of the spinning, spiraling eyelets, and a Walzer is the British word for a Tilt-a-Whirl. There you go, and Bob’s yer uncle. Soft, quick, pretty, fun. This cowl has it all. It’s the perfect quick-knit, designed to highlight one fabulous skein of chunky-weight yarn, and just the thing for quick holiday knitting.

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Alma Lou

In Aran weight yarn, Bulky weight yarn, Fingering weight yarn, One skein projects, Patterns, Shawls & Shawlettes, Shop sample available, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

I first made this shawlette for my mother, Alma, for her birthday. We call her Alma Lou, because her middle name is, quite surprisingly, Lucretia. I wanted something simple, with a bit of frou-frou, but not too much. Eyelets seemed to be the way to go, and on a garter background, they’re almost rustic. This is a simple pattern with …