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Socks for Busy B’s 2

In Cuff Down, Fingering weight yarn, Patterns, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

This is the second of my annual sock collections, published in 2017. Socks for Busy B’s 2 is a collection of fun and easy patterns that are perfect for throwing in your bag or pocket and working on while doing other things. All three patterns have multiple sizes for adult feet, and both toe-up and cuff-down instructions. Like the first …

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Socks for Busy B’s 1

In Cuff Down, Fingering weight yarn, Patterns, Socks, Toe Up by Shannon

This is the very first of my annual sock collections, published in 2016. Socks for Busy B’s is a trio of sock patterns custom-designed for folks like us – busy, with short attention spans & little brain-space for lots of figuring. Three patterns that are a joy to knit, and fast, to boot (plus, they look cute with ankle boots). …

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Socks (and Hats) on Vacay/Staycay 2021

In Blog, Knittish by Shannon3 Comments

As I sit at my dining room table, looking outside at the lovely spring day, I am struck at how strange it is that we have been knee-deep in a global pandemic for over a year. This will be our second pandemic Summertime Sock Knitting Extravaganza, and we are ready for it! Every summer, from May through August, Knitted Wit …

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Wavelengthing

In Cowls, Patterns, Sport weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsOk, ok, Wavelengthing isn’t actually a word. But hear me out: Hazel and I are wavelengthing in these photos. The colors are wavelengthing together. You’ll be wavelengthing as you knit this. It works, right? Finished Measurements: Circumference at neck: 28″/71 cm; depth at center front: 21″/53.5 cm; depth at center back: 9″/23 cm, measured after blocking.Yarn: approximately 475 yards/434 m …

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Asymmetric Flotus

In Fingering weight yarn, Good for gradients, Great for mini skeins, Patterns, Shawls & Shawlettes by Shannon

MaterialsI wanted to play with the simplicity of Flotus (one of my most popular patterns) in a different way: by making one in my favorite shawl shape! It’s a new take on an old Flotus! Finished Measurements: Asymmetric triangle: 84″/213 cm x 45″/114 cm x 65″/165 cm, measured after blocking.Yarn: approximately 570 yds/521 m total fingering-weight yarn. I used Knitted …

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ShannaJean Spring KAL

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Join the ShannaJean crew on a journey through a very colorful Spring as we host a ShannaJean Spring KAL! The plan is to knit as many of my mini-centric patterns in a full skein of Knitted Wit Fingering plus a Sixlet of mini Gumballs from Vernal Equinox through Summer Solstice. The deets The KAL uses Knitted Wit yarn; we sold …

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Kith & Kin

In DK weight yarn, Hats, Patterns by Shannon

MaterialsThis is the perfect hat to make for all of your kith and kin; it’s got a smooth rhythm and comes in three sizes, just right for all of the heads in your life! Finished Measurements: Small (Medium, Large): 16 (18, 20)”/40.5 (45.5, 51) cm circumference (and very stretchy); 8 (8.5, 9)”/20.5 (21.5, 23) cm from brim to top.Yarn: approximately …

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ShannaJean Club Y2

In Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

It’s time for Year 2 of the ShannaJean Club! We are super excited about this celebration of friendship, and are doubly excited to be working with a great group of LYSs to share the exclusive colorways of gorgeous Knitted Wit yarn for each kit! Purchase the collection now, and receive an Intro Sheet, with information about all things ShannaJean, and …

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Keep Slipping Mitts

In For the hands, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra large): 4 (4.75)”/10 (12) cm across hand (measured above base of thumb but below knuckles) unstretched; both sizes are approximately 7″/18 cm from cast-on to bind-off edge.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 …

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Keep Slipping Hat

In Hats, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra-large): 19.5 (21.5)”/49.5 (54.5) cm circumference unstretched; 8 (9)”/20.5 (23) cm from brim to tippy top.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 (147) m worsted-weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Targhee Worsted in Coral …