Magnum Capelet #2
This is an easy capelet that is worked from the top down. One skein (of Cascade Magnum @123yds/250grams) project for the S, M, 2 skeins for the L.
The inspiration for Piper’s Journey came when I needed a knitting project for travel. I wanted something simple that would require minimal attention. A bonus feature of this shawl is that an exact stitch count is not necessary when starting the lace border. It is easy to adjust the size of the shawl. Allow a little over one third of the total yardage for the border.
Kernel is a rectangular lace scarf knit in fingering weight yarn. Techniques include beading using a crochet hook and garter stitch grafting. The design is symmetrical: the scarf is worked from one edging through a long central panel; then, a second edging is knit and the two pieces are grafted together. The grafting is worked within a beaded garter stitch band.
15-Minute Turtleneck Cape DIY Tutorial (SewPetiteGal)
This tutorial is perfect for beginner sew-ists. It consists of 2 simple shapes sewn together with 2 seams. 15-Minute Turtleneck Cape DIY Tutorial Difficulty: Very Easy Time: ~15 minutes Materials: 1.
KAL Mousseux - Etape 1 : C'est parti mon kiki ! - Organdi bidouille et papote
KAL - Knit ALong = Tricotons à plusieurs en même temps Crash test (version un peu modifiée)Tricoté avec 3 pelotes de Kid...
Sophie Digard Le Fond Scarf in Multi
MORE TO COME FOR SPRING 2016! Designed in Paris by Sophie Digard and hand crafted in Madagascar. Beautifully understated, the linen Le Fond Scarf is the latest work of wearable art from that French virtuoso of crochet, Sophie Digard. Colorful dots fill rows of hand-crocheted squares, moving from large circles at the center of the scarfs length to smaller to even smaller to smallest to vanished at the ends. The overall effect is simple yet complex and absolutely gorgeous! Fond? You--and…
Gaskell pattern by Sarah Jordan
This garter stitch shawl is worked from one side to the other and uses short rows to create a ruffle along the bottom edge. It also features a “collar” in the middle for extra warmth. Inspired in part by the costuming in the BBC dramatization of Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford, the shawl is designed to be like Mrs. Gaskell’s female protagonists in the book -- functional and practical while still having a bit of something pretty.