Inspired by gorgeous rocks found in my lovely Oregon, the Jasper Shawlette is a great excuse to play with color.
Inspired by gorgeous rocks found in my lovely Oregon, the Jasper Cowl is a great excuse to play with color.
April showers bring May flowers, or so they say. In the Pacific Northwest, it seems that the rainshowers are gone already, and flowers abound. But, just in case those showers do come back, this cowl has got you covered. There are two versions – a single loop that doubles as a snood or hood, and a double loop that can …
This shawlette is a dream to work – with an interesting stitch pattern, and DK or fingering-weight options, it’ll fly off of your needles and onto your neck.
This cowl is a dream to work – with an interesting stitch pattern, and DK or fingering-weight options, it’ll fly off of your needles and onto your neck.
Take a meandering walk in the woods wearing this gorgeous cowl and you won’t mind a wee nip in the air. Spend some time digging through your button stash (you know you have one!) and add another level of “wow” to this cowl.
These mitts are slouchy and scrunchy and squishy and fabulous. I loved making them, and I love wearing them, and hope you do, too.
One of my mom’s besties, Lea, is known for her fantastic leg warmers. I was both jealous and inspired by hers, so grabbed a skein of yarn that’s been calling my name and started knitting. And knitting. And knitting. These long, long leg warmers are the result.
This pattern truly was a labor of love. I loved the flow of the lacy chevron pattern. I loved the quickness of the knit. I loved the feel of the Imperial Stock Ranch yarn. I loved how the test-knit turned out in Silky Wool. And I love wearing these legwarmers. I’ll be rambling all around town in these this winter, …
Zig and zag your way through this fun project. This hat is a little bit slouchy and a lot bit fun to knit. The added bonus is that it’s completely reversible – the reverse-stockinette look is the one you are actually knitting. It only uses about 200 yards of a heavy sport to DK-weight yarn, and looks great with a …
This light and airy scarf reminds me of picket fences and neatly pruned boxwood hedges on, let’s just say, a bucolic country lane in a Jane Austen novel. Beads on each edge give it the pleasant sparkle of conversation with neighbors met on a balmy summer evening’s stroll… Or, snapping back to reality, it calls to mind more… dynamic… city …
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