This great hat is quick to make, fun to wear, and in two different styles (beanie and cloche), it will be a perfect last-minute knit to keep your head warm while at the pumpkin patch or tree farm. Best of all, with a decorative button accent each one you make will be unique and special.
Quick. Easy. Cozy. The simple yet pleasing Z (or as the Brits say, “zed”) motif on this shawlette shows off striped yarns to wonderful effect. You’ll find that after knitting one you’ll need another and another and another for every letter in the alphabet.
Cracklin’ Rosie makes me smile, and so does this awesome and squishy cowl. In fact, I think even Neil Diamond would agree that it’s a beautiful and wearable accessory.
This squishy, loopy, fabulous cowl screamed “creature of the sea” to me. It’s big enough to be worn as an over-the-shoulder cape-y type of thing, or wear it doubled for warmth and style.
Whip up a pair of fingerless mitts, some full-on mittens, or a cowl. Each pattern takes less than 150 yards of worsted-weight yarn, so any of the three is a quick project. Together, they’re a perfect set.
Take a wee bit of worsted (under 100 yards), a beautiful button, and a few hours and make this lovely little neckwarmer.
This is the epitome of a soothing knit: use a decadent worsted weight yarn, and you’ve got yourself one heck of a knitting time. Wear it long, wear it doubled, whatever you do, make sure you wear this cowl! MaterialsFinished Measurements: 60” in diameter, 9” tall.Yarn: approximately 325 yards worsted-weight yarn. I used Blue Moon Fiber Arts Targhee Luscious Single …
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 …