Introducing … the Honeycomb Eyelet Cowl!

Honeycomb Eyelet Cowl rolled

If you liked the Diamond Purl Cowl knitting pattern you will want to knit the Honeycomb Eyelet Cowl pattern too. Both of these one-skein cowls are designed in Red Sock Blue Sock Superwash Worsted yarn. The Honeycomb Eyelet Cowl is shown here in Chestnut. … Continue reading

Free Knitting Patterns: Bulky Ribbed Cowl

Bulky Ribbed Cowl

Big bulky cowls are popular, stylish, and warm. This knitting pattern is easy enough for a beginning knitter but also quick enough for an experienced knitter to make in an evening. It is worked in the round on large needles … Continue reading

Indie Design Gift-A-Long 2016 Is Here!

GAL 2016

The Indie Design Gift-A-Long is underway. What is that, you ask? Let me explain! A group of independent knit and crochet designers, including myself, have gotten together on Ravelry to run an amazing knit- and crochet-a-long event. There are 335 … Continue reading

Introducing … the Contentment Shawl!

Contentment Shawl

The Contentment Shawl is a pretty one-skein crescent-shaped shawl that is worked from the bottom up with a pretty lace border reminiscent of the lace pattern of the Contentment Cowl. The stockinette stitch body is shaped with short rows and finishes with … Continue reading

Introducing … Texture & Colour!

Texture & Colour wide

Texture & Colour is a new sideways asymmetrical, or bias, shawl. Like 8 Simple Stripes and Lovely Eyelets, it is worked from one corner point to the opposite edge. Easy increase (kfb) and decrease (k2tog) stitches are alternated to create a … Continue reading

Free Knitting Patterns: Jagged Triangular Scarf

Jagged Triangular Scarf Edging

My free Truly Triangular and Totally Triangular Scarf knitting patterns have been hugely popular. These triangular scarves are easy to work, can be worn as either a scarf or a shawl, and garter stitch scarves or shawls are always popular in … Continue reading

Friday Follow-Up: Online Knitting Highlights For The Week of March 21

Once again this week there are lots of beautiful knitting patterns to drool over. I’m happy to see a new edition of knit.wear magazine. It’s been awhile since we’ve seen this one. Take a look at these great spring/summer patterns … Continue reading