Inspired by London skies, London Calling is the perfect pattern for the technique hungry knitter. A provisional cast-on, built-in i-cord, multi-directional knitting, lace, color work, kitchener stitch, you name it, this construction has got it. Sure to satisfy your cravings for a quick fun knit. The pattern is written for both a single-loop and a double-loop cowl. It can be worked in your favorite mini gradient or out of scrap yarn. Truly versatile, this may become your favorite gift item to knit.
This gorgeous, breezy scarf will have you dancing all summer long. Extra long, with lots of texture and a generous fringe, throw it on when you run out the door in the morning, throw it in your purse for when you need it. It’ll add that extra special touch to any outfit.
This beautiful, reversible cowl incorporates an easy to remember lace pattern. It is knit seamlessly, in the round, starting with a provisional cast on. The lace panel is knit first, and the garter background is knit in a contrasting color. The whole thing is then folded in half and grafted together using a Kitchener stitch.
Are you looking for the perfect quick knit to showcase your new yarn? You’ve found it! This cowl is a great gift knit, although you might not want to give it up. A knotted rib pattern anchors a fun spiral stitch in the body of the cowl.
If I worked at Honeydukes, what would I wear to keep warm? Why, the Flume Wrap, of course. It’s like wrapping yourself in a jar of jellybeans. Colorwork and bright minis convey the inside of a candy shop. The wrap is knit from end to end using 6 mini skeins in bright colors with a main color holding them all together.