Introducing … the Foggy Day Cowl!

Foggy Day Cowl closeup

The Foggy Day Cowl is my latest pattern and it’s a quick and easy one-skein cowl in my all-time favourite yarn – Malabrigo Merino Worsted. As much as I love trying new yarns, it’s always nice to go back to … Continue reading

Introducing … the Ruffles and Pleats Cowl!

Ruffles Pleats Cowl worn

Fall is upon us in the northern hemisphere and that means it’s time to start thinking about knitting cold weather accessories like this soft warm cowl. Ruffles and Pleats uses two stitch patterns that alternate throughout. They are easy to … Continue reading

Introducing … the Eyelet Chain Shawl!

The new Eyelet Chain Shawl is an asymmetrical triangular garter stitch shawl with a band of pretty lace along one edge. It starts with one stitch and increases along the top edge, then binds off along one of the side … Continue reading

Introducing … the Cloudy Skies Shawl!

Cloudy Skies Shawl

Gradient yarn kits are very popular lately and this beautiful Cloudy Skies triangular shawl makes great use of the four fingering/sock weight gradient colours in Red Sock Blue Sock Yarn’s Gradient Adventures kits. Worked from the top down, the pretty lace … Continue reading

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