Just published a new pattern! Quick Gift Drop-Stitch Mitts is a fingerless mitts pattern. It starts with a simple cabled cuff that’s knit flat and then grafted together, then stitches are picked up and knit along the edge of it to create the mitt in the round. The bulk of the pattern is made up of ribbing […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Spring is finally here and with it we have flowering trees and shrubbery! This is by far my favorite time of the year, which makes me sad because it’s so short. To clarify, I don’t mean that Spring is my favorite time of year, I mean that flowering tree and shrubbery time is my favorite […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This isn’t a brand new pattern per say, but it is newly released to Ravelry and very near and dear to my heart. Infinite Cables Cowl was my first magazine pattern, back from a couple of years ago. It was back when the magazine, Love of Knitting, was still owned by New Track Media and before […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Scarves are easily one of my favorite knitted garments, as can be evidenced from my patterns: Flipping For Pine Cones, Six Braid Wedding Ring Scarf, Infinite Cables Cowl, Out of Sequence, Seed After Seed, and some as of yet unpublished scarf patterns, not to mention my first design. As such, it seems appropriate that I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Today’s post is going to be a photo tutorial on how to do double-knit cables. It’s taken directly from my pattern Six Braid Wedding Ring Scarf, and offered here now for free (you still have to pay for the pattern, I’m afraid, but it’s a great pattern!). The tutorial starts with a little bit about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.