Knit Stitch of the Week: Bubble Wrap Stitch
Knit Stitch of the Week: Bubble Wrap Stitch We all love bubble wrap. It’s human nature! Every time you get a piece, it can make those couple of minutes highly entertaining…. So when I came across this...
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Ribbed Brim Hat Pattern
Ribbed Brim Hat Pattern By Nicole Nance *Updated with clearer decrease instructions (I hope) and pictures!* Hats are quick, easy knits - so much faster than scarves, and not much more difficult. Soon you'll be churning out hats for all your loved ones. This basic pattern utilizes essential components of knitting - cast on,…
Fringe Hatalong No. 6: 1898 Hat by Kristine Byrnes - Fringe Association
Have you ever heard of Christmas at Sea? When DG and I were manning our Fringe Supply Co. booth at Stitches South last spring — back when the Fringe Hatalong Series was brand new — I kept seeing him chatting up these two really cool women who had a nearby booth. Their sign said “Seamen’s […]
Vite (grapevine in Italian) is the perfect two-skein project with a bulky yarn doubled, or one skein with a super bulky yarn. The lacy vine pattern makes this cowl/scarf less than overwhelming when doubled. Or wear it long and fashionable! But have fun when you wear it!
Snowdrift is a slouchy women’s shrug with curved edges shaped with short rows. Worked from the top down with a raglan yoke, the chunky singles yarn knits up quickly in seed stitch.
I'm knitting another Baktus, this time with a little lace. The yarn is from Fiberphile, and it's just plain gorgeous. I'm loving my new Baktus as much as I love my first one!
8 Fast Hats - Modern Daily Knitting
Aren’t hats great? What kind of holiday-handknit party poopers would turn up their noses at a nice, warm hat? Great hats are the low-hanging fruit of Ravelry. So many excellent designers have published free hat patterns—loving gifts to knitters—and so…Read More ›