When you’re in the mood for something simple but fun, and have a gorgeous gradient set staring you in the face, there’s nothing better than getting All Meshed Up with this cowl. Instructions for fingering, dk, worsted, and aran weight yarns are all included.
Take a lovely speckled yarn, a stepped-mountain stitch pattern, and add the biggest pompom your neck can support, and you’ve got Wintery happiness in a hat.
Take a walk on the beach searching for treasures while wearing this fun and simple sweater. It’s a three-season piece, sure to make you feel fabulous, whether or not you walk off the beach with a hand full of agates.
Take a walk on the beach searching for treasures while wearing this fun and simple hat. With a turned hem and a reverse-stockinette triangle detail, this is the perfect hat pattern for highly variegated yarn.
This hat (and it’s accompanying cowl) is the perfect project to work on as you snack on M&Ms and watch rom-coms with your bestie.
This cowl (and it’s accompanying hat) is the perfect project to work on as you snack on M&Ms and watch rom-coms with your bestie.
These Kinda Twinnies Hats just kinda happened. I recently fell madly in love with Blue Moon Fiber Arts Targhee Worsted, and, woah, baby, those skeins are huge. So, making two kinda-the-same-but-not-really hats with the same colors just kinda made sense to me.
The Ball Cap was designed for a very special, and very smart-alec’ed friend who is going through a rough time, health-wise. His last name is Ball, he has hinted quite strongly for a hand-knitted hat, AND I had an armful of Blue Moon’s bouncy and amazing Targhee Worsted, so what’s a knitter to do? I had to make the boy …
The trip between my house and the Knitted Wit Studio takes me down a small part of Fremont Street in NE Portland. I’m only on the street for a short period of time, but it’s one that holds a special place in my Portland-y heart. Once upon a time, I spent free time on Fremont Street. In fact, I discovered …
When faced with a knitting deadline and a discerning recipient, reach for something unique, like this asymmetric-in-a-different-way shawlette. This pattern has directions for working the shawl in either fingering weight yarn OR aran/bulky weight yarn. Both result in a shawl roughly the same size, and notes for adjusting size are provided.
This shawlette is a comfy cozy hug-of-a-thing that is perfect for those cold Winter days.
A wee bit slouchy; a lot bit comfy. If you don’t mind garter in the round, this hat will fly off the needles and onto your head.