Knit this simple cowl which makes for a lovely spring accessory . Knit with a DK weight yarn you'll enjoy a cool feel in this fashion statement. One skein or two for a second flower colorway works up quickly.
Knit log cabin inspired stripes, worked together in beautifully contrasted hues resulting in a synergy of color. Use any yarn from fingering to DK weight yarns. We found that 2 skeins each of 4 Madeline Tosh Unicorn tails are perfect because they are small skeins.
The Florence Cowl presents colors in a Fair Isle Cowl featuring a floral motif overlayed with stripes and bordered by corrugated ribbing. Beautiful pattern designed by Barb Brown in the new book, NECK EFFECTS
Using a chunky yarn with a large gauge helps the cowl to drape. Be sure not to knit too tightly. Carry unused color loosely up the side of the work during the striped sections. Because this cowl is worked in stockinette stitch it will naturally curl, hiding these small bits of carried yarn.
This cozy shawl, uses a knit garter pattern that hints of a dragon's scales. It’s worked in garter stitch from tip to edge, finished with I-cord bind-off. Asymmetrical increases create an elongated triangle shape.
KNIT YOURSELF AN ELEGANT PURSE in the round, no seams, in a simple geometric design of Knits and Purls common to all the Parisian Tote constructions. Turn the purse at the halfway mark to get this semi-circle design.
The TROUSSEAU Parisian Tote is the bridal version of the original Vogue tote pattern. Knit in the round, no seams, this geometric pattern of knits & purls, increases/decreases, achieves a bridal style using silky & lacey yarns in white/off-white.
The cassis shawlette is an easy project. First knit the lacy band at bottom. Continue by picking up stitches to knit short rows for the rest of the shawlette. Soft & cozy when knitted with a soft cotton.
EASY DOES IT! This artful jacket is stitched sideways in 2 panels and seamed up the center. Its fast, fun to knit and flatters every figure. This will become your favorite project and one you'll one to do more than once.