Shopping Cart
0 Items $0.00
My Rewards
5%-15% Back
Search: 
Advanced Search
New
Projects
What's
New?
Yarns Needles ePatterns Printed
Stuff
Accessories Socks Kits Crochet Gifts Sales
   
Join E-Mail List
Free Patterns
Gift Certificates
Shop
ePatterns

Araucania Basix Be Sweet Berroco Beth Brown Reinsel Cabin Fever Cat Bordhi Charles D. Gandy Chiagu Chic Knits Chris Bylsma Chief Left Hand Cid Hanscom Classic Elite Claudia Wersing Cooperative Press Cornelia T. Hamilton Crochet by Faye Dale of Norway Debbie Bliss Designs by Romi Desert Rose Dolce Handknits Dream in Color Eclectic Closet Edie Eckman EL. D. Mouzakis Ella Rae Euro Baby Euro Yarns FGDesigns Fiber Trends FiberWild! Filatura di Crosa Frabjous Fibers Get Off My Lawn Grace Akhrem Heart Strings Hooked for Life Ilga Leja Jenny Watson Designs Jessie at Home Jil Eaton Designs Jill Wolcott Knits Julia Farwell-Clay Juniper Moon Farm Kater Tator Knits Katherine Vaughan KFI Luxury Knit Circus Knit Eco Chic Knit 1 Crochet 2 KnitBrit Designs knitgrrl Designs Knitspot Knitting Fever KnitWhits Laura Chau Laura Nelkin Lete's Knits Lopi Lorna Miser Louet Louisa Harding Lucy Neatby Mango Moon Mari Knits Michelle Hunter Mindy Wilkes Mirasol Mountain Colors Noro Northbound Knitting One Loop Shy OwlCat Desgins Patty Lyons PicnicKnits Poetry In Yarn Purl Alpaca Designs Queensland Collect. Rabbit Hole Knits Rae Blackledge Remily Knits Rowan Sandra McIver Sivia Harding Skacel Stacy Charles Stolen Stiches Sugar Tree Designs Sunday Knits Sunset Cat Designs Swans Island Tabetha Hedrick Tahki Talitha Kuomi The Artful Yarn The Yarniad Designs Fibre Co. - Kelbourn Vermont Fiber Very Busy Monkey Wendy Knits Woolcrafting Woolly Wormhead YO Knitting Zen Yarn Garden
HiKoo Logo

Katie Rempe's
New Knit-Along
"Rub-a-Dub!"

Michelle Hunter's
Latest KAL
"Behind the Scenes"

New books from
Michelle Hunter
Building with Lace
~~~ and ~~~
The Best of
Knit Purl Hunter

Two Pink Shawls
30% Off

Sock Projects
Stranded in Mykonos Scottish Heather Tulip Fields Biscayne Bay Muldrow Glacier Paradise Meadow Continental Divide Red Planet Socks Terra Firma Socks

More Projects
Betwixt Blanket Cape Rose Wedge Shawl Gingerbread Cowl Conifer Scarf 'n Cowl Prairie School Shawl Golf Club Covers Julia G Gaiter

Football Season
Hat/Scarf 'n Mittens

All HiKoo Yarns All Skacel Patterns
Zen Yarn Garden Logo

Project Ideas

Ellipse Cowl Kit Stalagmite and
Apple Spice Hats
River Stones
Wristlets
Byzantine Shawl Ocean Flow Cardi Double Diamond Shawl Shaded Love Shawls Stone Path Socks Interstellar Socks

Top Zen Projects
on Ravelry

Shop Zen ...

All Zen Yarns All Zen PDFs
Everything Addi Logo

New addiClick Sets
Grab 'n Go and
Bamboo Crochet

Click Set Reference

Olive Wood FlipStix DPNs

Shop Addi ...

Click Sets Fixed Circulars Double Points Straights Crochet Hooks Accessories

Everything Addi Logo
Bestsellers
Cooperative Press PDFs
Sort by

Designed by Rachel Borello Carroll
Difficulty: 7.0 (1 user)

A Sheep for Shearing is not only a sweet and woolly
companion, but he also has an adorable function: his super
thick and bobbly fleece is removable, allowing kids to “shear”
him at will. At over a foot long from nose to tail, the sheep is a
wonderful pal for cuddling up to, using as a pillow, or dragging
along as a toy.

Required Skills
Adjustable ring
Basic embroidery (running stitch, whip stitch)
Basic increases and decreases
Basic sewing (seaming)
Basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st)
Crochet flat (back and forth)
Crochet in the round
Intermediate stitches (bobble)

Finished Measurements
Height: 10” / 25.5cm
Length: 16” / 40.5cm from nose to tail

Materials
Imperial Yarn Columbia 100% wool; 220yds / 201m per 113g
skein

MC Pearl Gray...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.3 (12 users)

Abstract art in a room can make a subtle statement without overpowering the overall design. A great way to add an abstract note to any knit design is by working in colors from the opposite side of the color wheel; it adds contrast and challenged the mind’s eye. It’s fun to combine colors that you like in a simple knit like this one. Grab a few different balls of yarn and knit away!

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Cleaning

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Todd Gocken
Difficulty: 6.0 (3 users)

Ahab’s Aran Gansey is a hybrid of the traditional British seaman’s gansey and the Aran sweater. It is knit in the round, using traditional seamless gansey construction, but with thicker, “aran-weight” wool and more complex patterning common in Aran sweaters.

The cables and patterns on Aran sweaters are said to represent elements of the wearer’s life and profession. For Ahab’s Aran Gansey, I chose a wave cable motif for center field; it is under those waves that the white whale hides. I surrounded the center field with rope cables and an anchor chain cable, which represent the activities of the sea. The chains seem as appropriate for Ahab as they were...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Anastasia Popova
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

So cute and cuddly! These little guys work up so quickly that you can make two different hippos in two different yarns. The piece requires very minimal sewing which means it works up very quickly and is very safe for a little one.

Required Skills
Adjustable ring
Basic embroidery
Basic increases and decreases
Basic sewing (seaming)
Basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st)
Crochet in the round

Finished Measurements
Height: approx 9” / 23 cm in fingering weight; 11.5” / 29.5cm in
worsted weight

Materials
FINGERING-WEIGHT VERSION
Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply 100% superwash merino wool;
400yds / 366m per 115g skein
; color: Peach Rings; 1 skein
US size D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook, or size needed to obtain
gauge
WORSTED-WEIGHT VERSION
Spud and Chloë Sweater...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Michele Moskaluk
Difficulty: 3.0 (2 users)

To make it through the harsh and enduring winter, survivors will obviously need warm clothes. Luckily, you are armed with knitting needles and chunky yarn made from the few mutant alpacas left roaming the earth. This jacket uses the honeycomb brioche stitch to create an extra thick, yet flexible, body. The sleeves are ribbed and close-fitting but stretchy enough to provide with the range of motion you need when protecting your turf, hunting alpacas, and making toxic snowmen. Plus, it’s very snuggly. The world may have ended but sweaters can still be comfy! Just watch out for those mutant alpacas, they pack a nasty bite.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Alex Tinsley
Difficulty: 2.0 (1 user)

Feel the power! A positively electric cowl to give you a bit of a jolt, and perhaps help you blend in with your new robot overlords. Slouch it down for a cool cyber-babe look, or pull it up and add sunglasses for futuristic-incognito mode.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Cowl
Gender: Male • Female • Unisex
Age:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Dianne Read-Jackson
Difficulty: 1.6 (18 users)

A watch cap is a close fitting hat that sailors wear to keep their heads warm in cold weather when it is their turn to be “on watch.” The first recorded use of the term watch cap is from 1835 and the caps were originally knit in Navy Blue.
I have knit this cap in grey and black to suit the mood of the poem. It is for those times when –

The ice was here, the ice was there,
The ice was all around:
It cracked and growled, and roared and howled,
Like noises in a swound!

You will want to knit one for your favorite mariner or landlubber to keep their head and ears toasty warm.

Materials:

MC Drops Karisma Superwash Wool 100% superwash wool; 115yds/105m per 50g skein; 10 WPI, 2 skeins #21 gray

CC Drops Karisma Superwash Wool, 1...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Kate Atherley
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

I designed these socks with Anna Makarovna (of War and Peace) in mind. But designing for practicality doesn’t mean they have to be boring or plain: I’ve used a classic Orenburg lace edging, something that our knitter would likely have been familiar with, and I’ve worked it in the classic Orenburg manner—edging first, then picking up the stitches to continue the actual sock. The stitches are picked up so that the lace edging turns down to form a cuff—just enough that it might peek out from under a long skirt. Below the cuff is a bit of sensible ribbing to ensure it stays up, and then it’s just a classic top-down stocking stitch sock with a band-type heel, a gusset, and a wedge...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Anna Dalvi
Difficulty: 3.7 (19 users)

A shawl depicting the winding path to the halls of Ma’at.

Anubis would guide dead souls to Osiris and the halls of Ma’at where they would be judged. Anubis placed a dead soul’s heart upon the Scales of Justice. If the heart was heavier than the feather of Ma’at because the person had failed to lead a balanced life, the soul was found guilty. Such souls would then be fed to Ammit – a demon with the head of a crocodile, the torso of a leopard, and the rear of a hippopotamus. But if found innocent, the soul would be led by Anubis to its heavenly home in the Fields of...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

If ever there was a woman born to wear hats it was Audrey Hepburn. This very easy to knit, but never boring hat is the perfect canvas to let your imagination go wild. It is shown here with a feather plume and a vintage gold and diamond pin which belonged to my grandmother, the fabulous knitter who inspired me to learn to knit.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Cloche
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ....

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Ribbed fingerless mitts with a braided cable flowing seamlessly in and out of the knit ridges.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, cabling, simple increases.
  • Finished hand circumference 6 (6¾, 7¼) in / 15 (17, 18.5)cm. Shown in size 6¾ in.
  • To fit approx age 4–5 (6–9, 10–12) years old.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 skein of Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash Sport (100% superwash merino wool; 136yds/125m per 50g skein); #802 Green Apple. US4 (3.5mm) set of dpns. Adjust needle size as needed to obtain correct gauge. Stitch markers, yarn needle.
  • GAUGE 24 sts and 37 rnds = 4 in / 10cm in 2×2 Rib...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.3 (7 users)

Single-ply Malabrigo Worsted is probably the softest wool yarn I have worked with. The lack of twist creates a smooth, slightly fuzzy surface. It’s perfect for this simple, textured rib pattern. Hem, cuffs, and collar are all worked in an easy 2x1 ribbing that flows organically in and out of the main pattern.
The sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up.

Available from Cooperative Press.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Pullover
Gender: Male
Age: Child

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 6.0 (1 user)

Self-striping becomes self-stacking when intarsia is introduced into the construction of a sock. This pattern continues the color stacking onto the foot and incorporates a simple chevron stitch pattern for added interest.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Feet/Legs • Socks • Mid-calf
Size: Sized to fit foot circumference: 8”
Gauge: 28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch
Needles: US 1½ - 2.5 mm
Hook: 3.25 mm (D)
Materials: Knit Picks Felici

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Laura Lough
Difficulty: 1.0 (1 user)

I get so many requests for socks from the men in my family—some of them with such very large feet—that it’s hard to find time to knit for them all. One of my little tricks for getting them done in a hurry is to use fingering-weight yarn held double on larger needles for a speedy knit. My sock recipe’s time-saving construction, plus its stretchy ribbed pattern, give these socks an easy fit—and makes these socks one of my favorites for gift giving. With this pattern every stocking on the mantel can be filled with a pair of hand-knit socks in no time!

This pattern can be knit with one color of yarn held double or with two contrasting colors held together. When knit with contrasting, hand-painted colors the result is reminiscent of tweed. If you chose one bright and one dark or neutral color you can...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Suesan Roth
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

To successfully live among the outlaws of the outer rings, you’ve gotta be tough as nails and twice as sharp. Still, there’s no reason to lose your sophistication completely. This vest, inspired by the heroines of the cult favorite Firefly, melds “bad ass” with “high class” for a look that will serve you well on all your interplanetary forays, no matter what the ‘verse throws at you.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

(This pattern is made using the Contiguous Method created by SusieM.)

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Clothing • Vest

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.99 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.40 in Rewards

Designed by Penny Shima Glanz
Difficulty: 5.0 (1 user)

This little friend is knitted in the round using sport-weight yarn on smaller-than-recommended needles to create a tight fabric.

The beak and feet use i-cord and the wings are really tiny sock toes, so no wrong side could show for our fair-weather friend. While our friend is designed to look familiar to British and American robins (he takes his style from both sides of the pond), he could be a bluebird of happiness or even sport dashing stripes, the possibilities for your friend’s style are endless.

MATERIALS
Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light (50% alpaca, 50% Peruvian wool; 144 yds / 132m per 50g skein, 12 wpi)
MC Dark Chocolate #4205; 1 skein

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Shelia January
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

This case for glasses or sunglasses is knit in the round with a colorwork design that is created from thrums, or short pieces of wool roving that are knitted in, leaving the ends in the inside of the case loose and fuzzy. The top hem is knitted flat, and the last row of the piece is not bound off, but is turned down and then sewn to the inside of the piece, creating a hem facing.

MC Foxfire Fiber and Designs Upland Wool and Alpaca (80% wool, 20% alpaca; 140 yds / 128m per 2.2oz skein, 9 wpi), Hen of the Woods; 1 skein (I used 45 yds)

CC Wool roving (100% wool), Golden Yellow; approx 0.5 ozs.
Substitutions for CC:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Anna Dalvi
Difficulty: 3.0 (4 users)

The ancient Egyptians linked the myth of the phoenix with immortality. According to legend, the Bennu bird created itself from a fire in a holy tree in the temple of Ra. The Egyptians considered this bird’s rise from the ashes to be symbolic of the Nile river’s annual flooding, which left the soil fertile again for the next farming season.

The Bennu bird had two long feathers on its crest and was often depicted with the sun disk crowning its head.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Set this fun little hat on your head at a jaunty angle and start practicing your Bette Davis eyes! Clips or a hat pin may be helpful in keeping it in place. This is one of the hats that can really be done up as a wearable confection to top off your favorite outfit. It is shown here with ribbon, feathers, and vintage carved bakelite buttons.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Pixie
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.0 (6 users)

ERRATA:
Rnd 44: ’‘K– (–, 6, 6), m1R, k– (–, 5, 6), ssk,p– (–, 2, 3); rep from to end.

Rnd 46: ’‘K– (–, –, 7), m1R, k– (–, –, 6), ssk,p– (–, –, 2); rep from to end.

You won’t need a cable needle to create the twists and turns in this hat’s mock cable motif – it’s all done with simple decreases and increases. The crown shaping grows naturally from the pattern below, taking the interlacing rib to its tip.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, simple decreases.
  • Finished circumference 15¼ (17½, 19¾, 21¾) in / 38.5 (44.5, 50, 55) cm. Shown in size 17½ in and size 19¾ in.
  • To fit head...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Alasdair Post-Quinn
Difficulty: 7.4 (5 users)

This hat is a simple application of decorative increasing and decreasing in double-knitting. Six banners or flags in 3 different Celtic knot motifs run diagonally around this hat and up to a spiral at the crown. Sizing this hat is very easy — the banners stay the same, but you add more pairs between them if you need a larger size. The more pairs between the banners, the more dramatic the crown spiral becomes! Also, because of the increases and decreases done in every round, the stitches in the spaces between the banners seem to run nearly horizontal. This is an illusion, of course, but a great generator of double-takes when you show off your hat — at least to other knitters. The crenellated brim is a function...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

These classic socks are perfect in their simplicity. The pattern is worked from the cuff down with a short-row heel and a ribbed leg that both hugs the leg and helps the sock stay up in place.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, simple increases and decreases.
  • Finished foot circumference 5½ (6, 6½, 7, 7½) in / 14 (15, 16.5, 18, 19) cm. Shown in size 6 in.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 skein of Spud & Chloë Fine (80% wool, 20% silk; 248 yds/227m per 65g skein); #7818 Green Bean. US #2 (2.75mm) set of dpns. Adjust needle size as needed to obtain correct gauge. Stitch markers, yarn needle.
  • GAUGE 30 sts and 40 rnds = 4 in / 10cm in St...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Alexandra Virgiel
Difficulty: 2.0 (2 users)

Okay, no, it won’t actually stop bullets, but the sentiment is there and you really shouldn’t underestimate the power of a good “not to be messed with” vibe.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Tops • Sleeveless Top
Gender: Female
Age: Teen • Adult
Size:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 5.0 (1 user)

This cardigan is knit seamlessly from the bottom up. Set-in sleeves are joined with the body at the armhole and then worked together to the collar. Its rich texture is achieved by cabling knit and purl stitches that are set on the purl ground.

Available from Cooperative Press.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Cardigan
Gender: Male
Age: Child • Teen
Size: Finished size 26 ½ (29 ¼, 32, 34 ½, 37 ¼)in / 67.5...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Laura Ricketts
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

Express your support for banned books with this stylish yet practical bag. The pattern combines the ease of felting with an easy-to-find workhorse yarn, Cascade 220. With yarn held double, your needles can fly!

The bag and handle are constructed before felting. Exterior book panels are worked separately and not felted. The pattern includes two panels based on banned books: The Scarlet Letter panel and Lady Chatterley’s Lover panel. The latter is the #1 banned book on many lists.

The buttons on this banned book bag are for attaching the decorative book panel only. There is no closure on top of the bag. This is to allow for free and open access to information.

Inside the bag, add as many cool features as any book and craft lover could ask for: grommets in the handle attachment; key chain; interior pocket to contain your mp3 player for your podcasts; a longer, narrower pocket for straight needles; an exterior pocket that...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Sarahlois Wilson
Difficulty: 3.7 (3 users)

Ideal for wearing with a pair of casual loafers, these simple ribbed socks have a twist -- a panel of intertwined cables on top of the foot. Loafers not your style? Simply position the panel at the side of the leg instead.

This pattern has been written stitch for stitch so that knitters may choose to work using double points, two circulars, or magic loop as desired.


Sizes
Men’s Small: 10 inch ankle circumference, 10.5 inch foot length
Men’s Medium: 12 inch ankle circumference, 11 inch foot length
Men’s Large 14 inch ankle circumference, 11.5 inch foot length

Materials
The Unique Sheep Foot Prints (100% Superwash Merino; 330 yards per 100 gram skein); 100 (150, 150) grams
US...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

Pattern download includes instructions for throw and wrap.

One of my goals for bargello knitting was to make it as approachable as possible to the widest variety of knitters. An afghan
or throw was a must-have project. ” e wrap design came much later, not just because I wanted to work with the scrumptious
yarns again, but also because the wide columns became a blank canvas for an interesting stitch pattern.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Blanket

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

Pattern download includes instructions for throw and wrap.

One of my goals for bargello knitting was to make it as approachable as possible to the widest variety of knitters. An afghan or throw was a must-have project. The wrap design came much later, not just because I wanted to work with the scrumptious yarns again, but also because the wide columns became a blank canvas for an interesting stitch pattern.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Worked from the cuff down with a simple colorwork pattern through the sock’s leg and a band of colorwork around the toe.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, colorwork, simple increases and decreases.
  • Finished foot circumference 5½ (6, 6½, 7, 7¾) in / 14 (15, 16.5, 18, 19.5) cm. Shown in size 6 in.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 skein of each Cascade Yarns Heritage (75% superwash merino wool, 25% nylon; 437 yds/400m per 100g skein); #5631 grey (MC) and #5662 red (CC). US #2 (2.75mm) set of dpns. Adjust needle size as needed to obtain correct gauge. Stitch markers, yarn needle.
  • GAUGE 36 sts and 40 rnds = 4 in / 10cm in St st and in pattern.

Craft: Knitting
Category:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 2.0 (1 user)

Reminiscent of Carmen Miranda’s fantastically elaborate headpieces, this hat is fun to knit and even more fun to wear. Really go nuts with the embellishment on this one and let your personal style shine! This flamboyant hat is shown here with a silk fabric plume, feathers, and vintage bakelite buttons.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Beret, Tam
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ. 19 - 21 inches) Large (head circ. 22 - 24...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Janine Le Cras
Difficulty: 6.0 (1 user)

When Laura Lough of The Unique Sheep asked me if I wanted to submit some designs for a men’s sock book I immediately knew that I wanted to create a pair of kilt hose! I’m not from a Celtic background, although I have always had a fascination for men in kilts. Once I sat down to finalize the design, one cable stood out above all others for me. The heart cable was perfect to incorporate the increases for the calf as well as a perfect choice for a wedding. The braided cable used for the cuff of the hose was chosen to signify the twining together of two lives in the ceremony of matrimony.

Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.

Materials
The Unique Sheep’s Super Wool (100% superwash merino; 235 yds / 215m per 100g skein); sample uses Natural; 2...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

A moebius strip is a ribbon with half a twist added to it and ends connected into a loop in such a way that the resulting band has only one continuous surface and one edge.
This property of a moebius strip lends itself beautifully to knitting in the round.

Basic instructions on moebius cast on are included.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round and moebius cast on.
  • Finished circumference 18 (20) in / 46 (51) cm, finished height 9 in / 23 cm at the widest point. Shown in size 20 in.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 skein of Spud & Chloë Sweater (55% superwash wool, 45% organic cotton; /160yds/146m per 100g skein); #7507 Moonlight. US #7 (4.5mm) 20-inch and 40-inch long circular needles. Adjust needle size...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 4.7 (3 users)

ERRATA: LEFT MITT - insert the following instruction just before Next rnd:
Continue as set by the previous round until all rows of Chart 1 have been worked.
RIGHT MITT - insert the following instruction just before Next rnd:
Continue as set by the previous round until all rows of Chart 2 have been worked.

Spectacular views paired with the quiet of the country are the most rewarding parts of hiking for me. Darted with paths and trails, the Cheviots are one of those places that you escape to so you can catch the view of picturesque, rolling hills zigzagging in the horizon.
The single twists of cables in these mitts bring together knit and purl textures much like the Cheviot Hill valleys bridge the fields.

  • Intermediate...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.8 (12 users)

Chip is knit seamlessly from the bottom up with set in sleeves and a fold over collar. A good balance of stockinette and slinky ribbing make this a very wearable wardrobe staple.

Available from Cooperative Press.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Cardigan
Gender: Male
Age: Child • Teen
Size: Finished chest circ 27 ¼ (28 ¾, 30 ½, 32, 34, 36)in / 69 (73, 77.5, 81, 86.5, 91.5)cm to fit size 4 (6, 8, 10, 12, 14)....

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Named for my favorite flapper, Clara is a cloche style hat with just enough volume in the crown to make it really interesting. The gently curved shape creates the perfect canvas for extravagant embellishment. It is shown here with a silk flower and antique glass button.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Cloche
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ. 19 - 21 inches) Large (head circ. 22 - 24...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.7 (3 users)

I’ve always been drawn to the clean lines in modern décor. An uncluttered look, with one major neutral color in the palette, forms the basis of modern style. You can also add a bold color throughout to enhance the palette, and allow for warmth. Still, neutral doesn’t have to mean “boring”! Try a calming not-quite-beige-or-gray color like this Honeydew as a basis for your look.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Cleaning

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

With just a hint of nubby texture, the knit-and-purl stitch pattern in these socks is easy to follow, and the fabric of the leg grows fast on the needles. The angora/wool blend lends the fabric a plush feel and will felt slightly with wear, making these the perfect socks for a chilly morning walk.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, short rows and working in the round.
  • Finished foot circumference 5¼ (6, 6¾, 7¼, 8) in / 13.5 (15, 17, 18.5, 20.5) cm. Shown in size 6¾ in.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 2 skeins of Classic Elite Yarns Lush (50% angora, 50% wool; 124yds/112m per 50g skein); #4490. (This yarn has been discontinued. Good substitutes include Naturally Sensation and Adriafil Carezza.) US #9 (5.5mm) set of dpns. Adjust needle size as needed to obtain...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 2.0 (3 users)

The knit-and-purl arrow pattern on this beanie extends flawlessly into the crown. This is a great textured knit for anyone who wants to venture a little beyond stockinette or classic ribbing.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, simple decreases.
  • Finished circumference 16 (18¾, 21¼) in / 40.5 (47.5, 54) cm. Shown in size 18¾ in.
  • To fit head circumference 18 (21, 23) in / 45.5 (53.5, 58.5) cm.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 ball of Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash (100% superwash wool; 220yds/200m per 100g ball); #811 Como Blue. US #7 (4.5mm) short circular needles or a set of dpns. Adjust needle size as needed to obtain correct gauge. Stitch markers, yarn needle.
  • GAUGE 24 sts and 32 rnds =...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Dawn Ellerd
Difficulty: 1.4 (5 users)

Flatland gave me a raging case of triangles on the brain. I became infatuated with the idea of colors camouflaging their dimensions and measurements in 2D. When talking yarn, the effect created by the application of color of course depends on how that triangle is created, and becomes even more heightened when viewed in 3D, which in turn reveals the triangle’s inner structure. Therefore I give you 3 recipes for creating your own legion of triangle warriors and the necessary tools to vary their dimensions. Long live the Colour Revolt!

Gauge is not critical to this pattern.

Materials:

Noro Kureyon Sock 70%...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Laura Ricketts
Difficulty: 2.3 (4 users)

The finished size of this shawl depends heavily upon the yarn used as its garter stitch construction is very forgiving (and giving). This shawl fits a standard 14” doll with the sample size measuring 6” wide at the ribbing and 8” wide at the bust, to 10.5” from waist to the tip of the cross-over strap.

Also see the matching girl’s shawl.

MATERIALS
Zwerger Garn Opal Uni Solid 4 Ply (75% wool, 25% nylon; 465 yds / 425m per 100g skein; 14wpi), Pink #15; 1 skein

OR Malabrigo Yarn Lace (100% merino wool; 470 yds / 430m per 50g skein; 20 wpi), Lettuce #37; 1 skein

Substitutions:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Laura Ricketts
Difficulty: 2.3 (3 users)

This is designed for a 6-8 year old girl, but the yarn and design are both quite stretchy, so the shawl should fit a variety of body types.

Also see the matching doll shawl.

MATERIALS
Lorna’s Laces Green Line DK (100% organic merino wool; 145 yds / 132m per 2oz skein; 11wpi), Caramel Pumpkin Latte; 2 skeins

1 set US #6 / 4mm needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

12 standard buttons, 5/8” diameter
Thread and needle for attaching buttons
Yarn needle
Stitch holder

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.4 (9 users)

Clean lines define contemporary style in all the trendy home décor magazines. I know that I can’t walk into a bookstore without heading to the magazine section first. I’m drawn to the colors and the minimalistic approach in contemporary interior and clothing design. That neutral palette with an added pop of color is always candy to my eyes. Choose a rich color that’s soothing to knit, as I’ve done here with a delicious shade of coral, and you’ll have eye candy, too!

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Don Yarman
Difficulty: 4.0 (2 users)

While I was planning this pattern, I noticed two company logos that had the exact Art Deco feel that I was looking for. From those logos the Corporate Logo cable design was born.

Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.

Chart note:
The gray squares in the chart are purl stitches.

Materials
The Unique Sheep Tinsel Toes (50% superwash merino, 50% tencel; 547 yds/500m per 150g skein); sample uses color Sage; 1 (1, 1, 1) Big Foot skein

US #1.5/2.5mm needles for working in the round: dpns, 2 short circulars or 1 long circular, as you prefer

Stitch markers
Cable needle (optional, see pattern notes on working cables without a cable needle)

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Hunter Hammersen
Difficulty: 4.4 (5 users)

I am shamefully easily amused. It’s really quite embarrassing. Tentacles are high on the list of things that entertain me. They manage to be both fascinating and just a wee bit frightening.

These socks are just swimming in tentacles. They creep up over the top of your foot and wrap stealthily around your ankle.

Don’t let the charts scare you away. They look much harder than they actually are. Once you’ve done the first few rounds, all you have to do is note what happens on the edges of the tentacles and knit blithely away for the rest of the round.

I strongly recommend cabling without a cable needle. It’s a skill worth mastering if it’s not already in your repertoire, and it will make...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

I adore semi-variegated yarns that combine analogous colours to show off the depth of the main hue. They are perfect for both textured and plain knitting, showcasing both beautifully. Here I played on the strength of this colour quality to bring the texture and simple ribbing, that flows seamlessly out of the former, together. A seamless cable sitting atop of the wide vertical columns adding a little interest to the knitting without being fussy; the sock is shaped along the back of the ankle for a better fit. To adjust the length of the leg, work extra rounds before and between ankle shaping rounds.

Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.

Materials
The Unique Sheep Foot Prints (100% superwash merino; 330 yds/302m per 113g skein); sample uses Mapleview Way; 1 (2, 2, 2) skein(s)

US size...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 2.3 (4 users)

I learned long ago to allow your senses to tell the story when writing—why not do the same with decorating? Use all five senses to create a more powerful style; sight, smell, taste, sound, and touch are textures we can create with our decorating choices. When you place bold textures into your design, you breathe new life into your décor. You heighten the flavor, so to speak. Texture adds sensory interest to a room. This is another pattern that would make a great scarf, if knit longer.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.0 (2 users)

This stockinette stitch mitten is yet another wardrobe staple for anyone in the family. Mittens are always a win: younger children don’t have to struggle to fit into each separte glove finger, while older kids love wearing mittens over their gloves for a snowball fight.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, simple increases and decreases.
  • Finished hand circumference 5¾ (6½, 7¼) in / 14.5 (16.5, 18.5) cm. Shown in size 5¾ in.
  • To fit approx age 4–5 (6–9, 10–12) years old.
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1 skein of Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted (100% superwash merino wool; 225yds/206m per 100g skein); Cranberry. US #4 (3.5mm) set of dpns. US #5 (3.75mm) set of dpns....

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.9 (8 users)

A charming raglan sweater with large cable panels on the front and back of sleeves. The sleeve increases are cleverly disguised on either side of the sleeve’s cable panel. The sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. A simple roll collar gives this sweater a perfectly casual look.

Buy copy of the book from Cooperative Press.

ERRATA – Page 23, Body section, after the Increase rnd change to larger needle.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Pullover
Gender: Male
Age:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.1 (8 users)

This zippered raglan cardigan with a hood is worked from the bottom seamlessly to the armholes, where the sleeves are joined with the body. Sleeve shaping is worked on the outer side of the sleeve.

This pattern is also available as sleeveless design with straight armholes.

Buy copy of the book from Cooperative Press.

ERRATA

Page 62, Hood
Hood inc row (RS): K4, knit to last 4 sts…

Same page, neck shaping section:

SIZES 8, 10, & 12 ONLY:
Row 5: Sl1, k2tog, psso, k1, sm, k0, ssk, p2, k2tog, sm, k1, k2tog, work to 3 sts before A marker, ssk, k1, sm, ssk, p2, k2tog, sm, k1, k3tog.

SIZE 14 ONLY:
Row 5: Sl1, k2tog, psso, k1, sm, k0, ssk, p2,...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 4.0 (9 users)

Denon is a seamless hooded sweater with an intricate mirrored cable running through the center front effortlessly balances the plain knit-and-purl textures. Kashmir Aran is a chainette yarn that seems to work equally well in stockinette and textured knitting, showcasing both beautifully.
The sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up.

Available from Cooperative Press.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Pullover
Gender: Male
Age: Child

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Ellen Gill
Difficulty: 1.7 (3 users)

When you’re part of a nomadic biker tribe, you need protection from the harsh and torrid wastelands. Of course, you need style too. This matching set of gauntlets and legwarmers has a simple yet tough-looking texture that’ll fit right in with your leathers. Please note that they cannot guarantee protection from the following: Radioactive snakes, rival biker tribes, explosions.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Accessories • Feet/Legs • Legwarmers • Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Lobug Designs
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

These boot-height men’s socks are fun and fast to knit. I wanted a subtle pattern that would make them more interesting than stockinette, but still plain enough that no man would hesitate to wear them. The moss diamond pattern is simple to knit, but hard to put down – I had to finish “just one more” diamond… and “just one more”!

Foot length: 8 (9, 10.5, 12)” / 20.5 (23, 26.5, 30.5)cm, or adjustable to fit
Leg length: 10.5”/26.5cm to top of heel, or adjustable to fit

Materials
The Unique Sheep Foot Prints (100% superwash merino, 330 yds/302m per 113g skein), sample uses Moss; 1 skein
US #5/3.75mm needles for working in the round: dpns, 2 short circulars or 1 long circular, as you prefer

Craft: Knitting
Category:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 2.7 (3 users)

This project features the new bargello knitting technique with 2 skeins each of 2 different colorways.

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Scarf • Accessories • Hands • Fingerless Gloves/Mitts • Accessories • Hat • Beanie, Toque
Size: one size
Gauge: 21 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in charted pattern
Needles:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Jennette Cross
Difficulty: 3.0 (3 users)

This sweater is old fashioned in that futuristic way - its long length and sleeves will be great for keeping warm on those cold nights after we have to abandon technology because anything that transmits may be able to replace our personalities and turn us into a mindless army. Or, you know, any other cold night.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

The geometrical pattern for these gloves was inspired by some daft doodling my kids used to do to decorate their hands. The lice-stitch technique used here sprinkles single stitches of contrast color across the background, and is a clever way of carrying your contrasting yarn through the long stretches while working large, non-repeating motifs of colorwork.
You can make these gloves either with fingers or without. And as an added bonus, your kid can have a doodle on his or her hands without having to clean off the marker later.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, colorwork in the round, simple increases and decreases.
  • Finished hand circumference: 5¼ (5¾, 6¼, 6¾, 7)” / 13.5 (14.5, 16, 17, 18) cm. Shown in size 5¼” (fingerless mitts) and 6¼” (gloves).
  • MATERIALS AND NOTIONS 1...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Like Dorothy Lamour, this beguiling hat is sexy with a sense of humor! This two tone hat has shape and color appeal. It is shown here with metallic silk fabric ruffle, ribbon, and a vintage plastic button.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Beret, Tam
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ. 19 - 21 inches) Large (head circ. 22 - 24 inches)
Gauge: 18 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette
Needles: US 7 - 4.5...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 2.7 (6 users)

ERRATA
The Decrease round of the CROWN shaping should be changed to the following:

Dec rnd: Removing existing markers as you come to them, work cdd, pm, work as set to 1 st before next marker, pm, work cdd, knit to 2 sts before next marker, work cdd, pm, work as set to 1 st before next marker, pm, work cdd, knit to end. 8 sts dec’d.
_____________________

For your child’s next hat, try this interesting take on a classic ribbed beanie. The crown was inspired by the raglan construction of a sweater shoulder and is shaped from the sides inwards instead of the usual spiral.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, working in the round, simple decreases.
  • Finished circumference 14 (16, 18, 20, 22) in / 35.5 (40.5, 45.5, 51, 56) cm. Shown in size 18 in.
  • To fit head...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Anna Dalvi
Difficulty: 1.0 (1 user)

In ancient Egypt, gold was thought to be a divine and indestructible substance. It was used to make jewelry as well as to cover statues of gods, tombs, and furniture of the Pharaohs.

The skin of the gods was thought to be made of gold. This led to the Egyptians covering the sarcophagus of Pharaohs upon their deaths, and Tutankhamun even wore a solid gold funeral mask, as well as an Usekh collar or necklace. The Usekh was draped around the neck and supported by the shoulders.

The Egyptian Gold shawl is designed to look like an Usekh.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.7 (3 users)

This classic cabled, v-neck vest starts with a wide rib at the hem that moves organically into the cable pattern. The cable is then worked continuously to armholes. At the armholes, the body is separated into front and back and the armhole and collar trims are worked after the shoulders have been joined.

Available from Cooperative Press.

ERRATA: The chart on page 55 needs correcting, please follow the written instructions for the stitch pattern in the meantime.

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Clothing • Tops • Sleeveless Top • Clothing

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 2.4 (27 users)

Epsilon is worked from the bottom up, in one piece to armhole where the body is divided in to fronts and back. The front band and armhole edging are added after the waistcoat is finished.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Vest
Gender: Unisex
Age: Child
Size: Finished chest circ 25 ¾ (28, 30, 32 ¼, 33 ¾)in / 65.5 (71, 76, 82, 85.5)cm to fit size 4 (6, 8, 10, 12). Sample shown in size 6.
Gauge: 22 stitches and 30 rows =...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

I love how knitting is influenced by cultures all over the world, particularly knitted lace. Estonian lace has many distinct features, one of which are the “nupps”, a variation of knitted bobbles.

This project features the new bargello knitting technique.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Scarf
Size: one size
Gauge: 39 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in charted lace...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Laurinda Reddig
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

A tiny little toadstool table and two stools are perfect for a
doll house or fairy garden. The tops of the toadstools are
crocheted from the center out using Tapestry crochet,
carrying the white yarn under the red and changing to white
for the spots on the toadstool. The white base of the
toadstools can be glued onto a base, making this a quick and
easy project that any older child (or adult) would adore.

Required Skills
Adjustable ring
Basic increases
Basic sewing (seaming)
Basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st)
Colorwork
Crochet in the round

Finished Measurements
Small toadstool: ¾” / 2cm wide × ¼” / 0.5cm tall
Large toadstool: 1” / 2.5cm wide × ¾” / 2cm tall

Materials
Nazli...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Alex Tinsley
Difficulty: 3.7 (3 users)

“Watch out where the fallout goes, and don’t you eat that dirty snow…” – Frank Zapocalypse.
A warm woolen layer to keep ears cozy, a touch of glitter to keep spirits up, and a bit of a camo-snow-effect to help you blend in. So what if that metal tinsel is almost definitely “hot”? (And I don’t mean sexy.)

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Joanne Scrace
Difficulty: 3.0 (2 users)

Survivors roam in small groups across the searing desert. Girls rock the sweaty look in sexy military in- spired garb, like this low cut, racer back, a-line mini dress with military detailing. Wear with 14 hole Doc
Martens and a serious attitude.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Dress
Gender: Female
Age: Teen

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Angelia Robinson
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

After crocheting lots of pretty sweaters and scarves for my
daughter, I asked my sons what I could make for them. One of
my boys asked me to make him a ninja action figure.
This doll is designed to be crocheted from the bottom up,
essentially in one piece, then felted. As such, yarn with 100%
wool content is key to the success of this project. Stick to
traditional ninja-black or customize the doll by choosing the
recipient’s favorite color for the body and matching his or her
skin tone for the face. Structure and the ability to hold a pose
is added by building a bendable frame or “skeleton,” though
this step should be eliminated if the ninja is for a child aged 3
or younger. Stitch markers are definitely your friends.

Required Skills
Basic embroidery
Basic increases and decreases
Basic sewing (seaming)
Basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st,...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Anna Dalvi
Difficulty: 4.1 (28 users)

In ancient Egypt, the land of the blessed dead was known as the Fields of Malachite, where conditions were remarkably similar to life on earth, except devoid of illness and other problems. In order to enter the Fields of Malachite, you had to convince Osiris that you were worthy.

Errata: Row 102: K3, p1, k to the last 4 sts, p1, k3. (Version 1.3 includes this correction.)

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Shawl/Wrap
Size: Wingspan: 63 in (160...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by sharon maher
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

This quirky miniature pig is the perfect size to take anywhere.
He could sit quietly on your desk and watch you work, or slide
easily into a child’s pocket to keep her company. You could
even clip a keychain onto him!

Required Skills
Adjustable ring
Basic embroidery
Basic increases and decreases
Basic sewing (seaming)
Basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st)
Colorwork
Crochet in the round
Front loop only stitches

Finished Measurements
Height: 2.5” / 6.5 cm
Length: 2.75” / 7cm

Materials
Knit Picks Palette 100% wool; 231yds / 211 m per 50g ball
MC Whirlpool; 1 ball
CC1 Cream; 1 ball
CC2 Grass; 1 ball
US size 4/2mm steel crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Alex Tinsley
Difficulty: 1.3 (13 users)

You know, “I’ve been wandering around the desolate plains” can be a good look! Crisp crepe-y silk is cool in the heat and warm in the cold, and the simple shape and large gauge knit up quickly. The detached cowl adds additional warmth or protection from the sun (or prying eyes.)

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Clothing • Tops • Sleeveless Top • Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Heather Ordover
Difficulty: 6.6 (5 users)

Erratum:

Please see the pattern images for a corrected ribbing chart. (This replaces the cable rib chart in digital edition v1.0.) The printed book’s chart is correct.
_________________

Count Fosco (of Wilkie Collins’ Woman in White) is, by all accounts, a deliciously devious villain—and a delicious villain needs a yummy sock. Fosco is also a bit of a dandy, so this sock includes some marvelous little ditties when it comes to comfort and construction.

The trellis pattern includes little eyes peeking out at you, checking to make sure you’re not writing anything in your journal of which Signor Fosco might disapprove. The sock’s trellises eventually give way and leave just the eyes, unabashedly watching.

Reminding you that he...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Julia Temiseva
Difficulty: 7.0 (1 user)

This version of the Foundling Mitts (also see the twisted version) is knit in two colors: one representing Foundling, the other Lina from the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.

Their journey begins with an i-cord cuff, followed by a short chart showing the twists and turns in the race to hide from their chasers. One hand transforms into the rose bush and the other sprouts a single rose. The mitts are finished off with an i-cord bind off, to complete the journey when the children finally go home together.

MATERIALS:
JC Rennie Supersoft 4 ply (100% wool; 306 yds / 280m per 50g skein, 23 wpi)
MC Iris; 1 skein (only about 125 yds / 114m are needed)
CC Stonehenge; 1 skein (only about 125...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Julia Temiseva
Difficulty: 4.5 (2 users)

Inspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, this version of the Foundling Mitts (also see the colorwork version) is worked in a DK-weight yarn for a thicker, squishy fabric.

Twisted stitches on a background of reverse stockinette show Foundling as the vines surrounding the single rose Lina transformed into. More twisted stitches are on the cuff, where a curly vine wraps around the wrist and is fastened off with a button closure.

MATERIALS
Sublime Yarns Baby Cashmere Merino Silk DK (75% merino, 20% silk, 5% cashmere; 127 yds / 116m per 50g skein, 12 wpi), Color 027; 2 skeins
Note: You may be able to get by with just 1 skein, but that is cutting...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

Published by Cooperative Press. Available here.

This chunky-weight raglan has a random geometrical pattern on the front that’s been set into a stockinette ground. The chart
has been scaled up and down to be proportional in all the sizes.
The sweater is knit from the bottom up seamlessly.

S I Z E & S K I L L L E V E L
Finished chest circ - 25¼ (27½, 29¾, 32, 34¼)in / 64 (70,
75.5, 81.5, 87)cm. To fit sizes 4 (6-8, 10, 12, 14). Shown in
size 10.
Intermediate difficulty - Knit, purl, decreases, picking
up stitches, working in the round, short rows.
M AT E R I A L S A N D N O T I O N S
1 (1, 1, 2, 2) skeins of Cascade Ecological Wool (100%

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Syne Mitchell
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

This cozy Frankenstein-inspired hood features light-up neck bolts. A flat-top head and fringed bangs makes this excellent snow-boarding attire. For more mellow knitters, the illuminated neck bolts add both safety and fashion to twilight dog walks.

Directions are given to create light-up effects using e-Textiles.

Finished Measurements:

The only difference between the two sizes is the circumference of the collar piece. The hood should fit almost anyone.
Head circumference: 20.5in (52.5cm)
Length: 13in (33cm)

Materials:

MC Cascade 220 100% Peruvian Highland wool; 220yds/200m per 100g skein; 10 WPI; 1 skein #1975 green

CC1 Cascade 220, 1 skein #1752 black

CC2 Grand Opera by Nashua Handknits 86% wool/
9% viscose/5% metallized polyester; 128yds/117m per 50g ball; 14 WPI
, 1 ball #NGO.4921...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.6 (7 users)

This is one of those patterns that remind me of the good ol’ days and watching grandma make those fresh, fancy apple pie tops. Fresh conjures up just-cooked bread, crisp vegetables, or an invigorating scent. It’s simple, but elegant, and just right for any occasion. You won’t even mind scrubbing the pie plate afterwards when you have a lovely dishcloth like this!

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Cleaning

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Anna Dalvi
Difficulty: 5.0 (9 users)

Inspired by an Egyptian Cinderella story, this half-octagon shawl shows the marble pool in which she was swimming, the flowers of the garden, the tears shed over the missing slipper, and the feathers of the eagle that whisked the shoe away.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Shawl/Wrap
Size: Wingspan: 58 in (148 cm) / Height: 29 in (74 cm)
Gauge: 21 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
Needles: US 2½ - 3.0 mm
Hook:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.3 (3 users)

There’s nothing like glass as a design element. Glass can be used in vases, tabletops, countertops, and backsplash accents. It allows the room to feel weightless and brings in more light and reflection. I love the look of a tiled backsplash with inserted glass tiles for added interest. But just like stainless steel, you might want to polish it up now and again. Try this simple cable washcloth for starters and you’ll be ready to shine things up!

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Cleaning

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by AnneLena Mattison
Difficulty: 2.5 (2 users)

This triangular shawl, knitted from the bottom up, depicts the rolling ocean and the majestic Golden Gate Bridge standing sentinel over the gorgeous San Francisco Bay.

MATERIALS
MC Lisa Souza Dyeworks Hardtwist (100% superwash merino; 500 yds / 457m per 151g skein, 11 wpi), Casbah; 1 skein

CC Lisa Souza Dyeworks Sock! (75% superwash wool, 25% nylon; 450 yds / 411m per 113 g skein), Lake Superior; 1 skein

US #10 / 6mm circular needle, 32” / 80cm or longer
US #5 / 3.75mm circular needle, 32” / 80 cm or longer, or size needed to obtain gauge

Stitch markers
Yarn needle

What (Else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? is available for pre-order at

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Named for the always elegant Grace Kelly, this formal version of the pillbox hat is stiffened with a buckram insert. These smaller hats are meant to perch on top of the head, held in place with a hat pin or by sewing combs or clips into the edge. Directions are given for customizing the finished size to give you the exact fit desired. This hat is the perfect classic look for a wedding or elegant evening out, and the sky’s the limit when it comes to embellishing. A variety of different veil materials, ribbons, buttons, rhinestones, and beads can be used to make it shine for your special day. The lovely white...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 1.0 (1 user)

Gracie Allen was cute and sweet and kinda ditzy onscreen but behind the scenes she was all brains and business. Whichever hat she was wearing she always looked great! This hat is practical at its core but go over the top with the embellishments to bring out its silly side! It is shown here with silk organza, ribbons and a vintage button.

Errata: Row 1 of brim is correct but the sts increased should 8, not 4 as stated.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Miss Garbo might have wanted to be alone but you’ll want everyone around to see you when you wear this hat! Experiment with the brim when deciding on where to place your embellishments. There are many different ways it can be worn, so take a little time to find the arrangement that perfectly frames your face. The hat is shown here with feathers, and a vintage button.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Cloche
Gender:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Brenda K. B. Anderson
Difficulty: 3.5 (2 users)

Keep your arms warm and protected, while looking super cool in these extra-long mitts. Large metal grommets accentuate and modernize the cable panel that runs the length of these armwarmers. Everyone knows that grommets are like fancy jewelry during an apocalypse! And sometimes a girl wants to be fancy- even when she’s fighting off killer robots.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hands

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 2.8 (4 users)

ERRATA: C2L – cable 2 left – sl1 onto cable needle (cn) and hold to front, k1, k1 from cn.

Not everyone thinks of knitting cowls for children, but they are a great kids’ accessory because they don’t fall off – and they’re perfect for going incognito!
The single-twist cables on this tube-shaped cowl create fun, geometrical flags across the surface. This plied and bouncy (and machine washable) wool translates well into cables, giving them perfect stitch definition.

  • Intermediate difficulty – Knit, purl, simple cabling, working in the round.
  • SIZES Finished circumference 16 (17¾, 19½) in / 40 (45, 49.5) cm. Shown in size 16 in. Finished height 7 (7¼,...

      This is apattern!

Details
$5.95 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Becky Greene
Difficulty: 5.0 (2 users)

I have always been intrigued by the scene in Jane Austen’s Emma in which Harriet brings her box of “most precious treasures” to Emma’s house. The footnote in my copy of the book said that Harriet had a Tunbridge ware box, which are beautiful wooden boxes with intricately inlaid designs.

Obviously I couldn’t knit a box, but I could knit a bag that looked like one of these gems. The back of the bag uses patterns similar to what I saw on the boxes. The front of the bag also has some of these designs along with the words Most Precious Treasures. It is just the right size to hold a few sacred items: love letters, a few pictures of one’s children, or—for me—my latest sock knitting project.

MATERIALS
Storied Yarns Superwash Sock (75%...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Valerie DiPietro
Difficulty: 4.2 (9 users)

Fingerless elbow length gloves knit in the round. Worked in twisted rib with a traveling cable up the back of the hand, and left and right thumb gussets.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hands • Fingerless Gloves/Mitts
Size: One size
Gauge: 40 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
Needles: US 3 - 3.25 mm
Hook: 2.0 mm
Materials: Sunnyside Ellen Merino/Silk Fingering
Weight:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Janine Le Cras
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Worked from the top down with a slip-stitch heel flap, this sock is perfect for the man about town who likes to wear hand-knit socks with his suit. A simple traveling stitch pattern on a plain-and-purl background will keep the knitter interested right up to the last round.

Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.

Materials
The Unique Sheep’s Tinsel Toes (50% superwash merino, 50% tencel; 548 yds/501m per 150g set); sample uses Sand; 1 Big Foot set

US size 1.5/2.5mm needles for working in the round: dpns, 2 short circulars or 1 long circular, as you prefer

Removable stitch marker
Stitch holder or scrap yarn
Cable needle (depending on definition of cable pattern stitches)

Craft: Knitting
Category:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Jennifer Mauser
Difficulty: 2.8 (5 users)

Hester Gray (of Anne of Green Gables) would have loved the warmth and beauty of this comforting shawl. The shawl’s simple shaping lovingly and securely wraps around the shoulders, allowing you to enjoy all the beauty around you without worrying about how the shawl will stay on. Just what the doctor ordered, it would have wrapped Hester up in soothing softness, allowing her to enjoy her precious garden a little later into the cool Canadian fall, while still being fashionably adorned. Worked in a simple lace motif in a garden-inspired color, the shawl will fly off the needles, allowing you to spend more time outside smelling...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Gretchen Funk
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

When one needs to slip out of view, it is always good to have help. The proper attire is key. This jacket–like sweater for men or women (we can all have different sides) is meant to be stylish and flexible in any circumstance. The large collar can be pulled above the head and buttoned, to make a hood, and the pockets are integrally designed to conceal, well, whatever you may need to conceal.

Finished length:
Length: 26 27, 28, 29in 66 (68.5, 71, 73.5)cm

Materials:

Briar Rose Fibers Abundance 100% wool; 750yd/686m per 456g skein; 9 WPI, 2 2, 2, 3 skeins (please note: this yarn is dyed in one of a kind lots, and there is no color name)

US 8 5mm circular needles, 32in (80cm) and 16in 40cm long
Set of four or five US 8 5mm double pointed needles

8...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Alex Tinsley
Difficulty: 2.2 (47 users)

Now, if there’s one thing all those comics and cartoons have taught us about mutating, it’s that it’s really anybody’s guess what you’re going to get. Super awesome psychic powers? Very possibly. Extra limbs and general blobbiness? Also pretty likely. Luckily for this hat, its mutations are pretty benign and mostly take the form of an unusual crown structure.

This pattern is in the book Doomsday Knits, which is currently available at cooperativepress.com, as well as here on Ravelry.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.3 (7 users)

What’s your style? You might start with a basic design inspiration such as Contemporary, Modern, Country, or Traditional. Maybe your look is influenced from cultures around the globe: Tuscan, Indian, Oriental, or French Country. What’s in style may not be your style. You may like black and white, but what’s hot right now is tangerine. That’s OK. There’s no reason to follow the crowd— make your own style!

This dishcloth can accommodate just about any yarn but I like a strong,
bright multicolor like Knit One, Crochet Too’s Ty-Dy Cotton.

Craft:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Merike Saarniit
Difficulty: 7.3 (3 users)

The combination of the painted yarn and stitch patterns in this sock is reminiscent of shadow, moss, and lichen-dappled bark. These woodsy socks are built to last. The slip-stitch patterns in the toe, under the ball of the foot, and in the heel provide durability and extra cushioning. More slip-stitch patterning on and under the instep provides interest and a good fit. The cuff is a melange of staggered and slipped, elongated stitches within a rib that looks much more complicated than it is to knit. It provides both spectacular elasticity and comfort if worn with boots. Or wear them with sandals and shorts to show them off.

Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.

Materials
The Unique Sheep Foot Prints (100% superwash merino; 480 yds / 439m...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Becky Herrick
Difficulty: 3.7 (6 users)

The Iseult sweater dress is constructed very simply with seamless, top-down raglan shaping and all portions worked in the round. The garment uses couture fitting with shaping in the back, bust, and waist. The elegance is in the details with subtle cable twists running down the princess seam lines and a Celtic motif on the bodice.

Finished Measurements
Chest: 30.75 (34.5, 37, 40.5, 42.5, 45, 47.75, 51.25, 54)” / 78 (87.5, 94, 103, 108, 114.5, 121.5, 130, 137)cm

Length: 31.75 (31.75, 32.75, 34.5, 36, 36.75, 38.75, 39.5, 40)” / 80.5 (80.5, 83, 87.5, 91.5, 93.5, 98.5, 100.5, 101.5)cm

Materials
1 set US #9 / 5.5mm double-point needles, or size needed to obtain...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Meg Warren
Difficulty: 3.0 (3 users)

I wanted these socks to reflect Isolde’s role both at home in Ireland and at her new home in Cornwall when she marries King Mark. I wanted to create a pattern that was refined and reflective of her role as a Queen.

Note: these can also be knit as knee-highs.

Materials:

The March Hare Fingering Superwash Merino 75%
superwash wool, 25% nylon; 455yd/416m per 100g skein;
18 WPI
, color: Isolde; 1 skein for calf length and 2 skeins
for knee length – any true fingering weight yarn can be
substituted.

Set of four US 2 2.75mm double pointed needles
Set of four US 1 2.25mm double pointed needles
_______________

A baby version of these were recently released in connection with

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 2.0 (2 users)

Pillbox hats are an icon of 50’s and 60’s fashion. This easy to wear, two-tone version is named for the lovely first lady who wore them so well! The hat is shown here with a knit bow and vintage opalescent glass buttons.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Cloche
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ. 19 - 21 inches) Large (head circ. 22 - 24 inches)
Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette
Needles: US...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Andi Smith
Difficulty: 4.5 (2 users)

Miss Bates, concerned for the health of young Jane, says:

Jane, Jane, my dear Jane, where are you?—Here is your tippet. Mrs. Weston begs you to put on your tippet. she says she is afraid there will be draughts in the passage, though every thing has been done.

Whether your house is drafty or not, this tippet will keep your neck toasty warm without the bulk of a scarf.

Jointly designed with Shannon Okey, aka knitgrrl.

Materials:

Bijou Basin Ranch Bijou Bliss 50% yak, 50% Cormo wool; 150yd/137m per 56g skein; 16 WPI, 1 skein

US 10 6mm needles

Stitch markers
Stitch holders or waste yarn
Cable...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Patty Nance
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

“Some time after I designed a piece for Knitters Magazine (K99, Summer 2010, “Garden Party Duo”) I came up with this version of a V-shaped shawl. The magazine design has the bargello columns turned on point to form the V. This time, I wanted to keep the bargello columns vertical and somehow still get the V. By combining a wide lace motif with the long color changes of Poems Sock, I was able to use increases along the edges to add adjacent segments. As the stitch count grew I incorporated the charted lace.”

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories

  This is apattern!

Details
$8.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.40 in Rewards

Designed by Katya Frankel
Difficulty: 2.8 (5 users)

Off-center purl ridges on the front of the body and the opposite sleeve add just enough interest to the knitting, while still keeping the pullover simple enough to wear.
The sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up.

Available from Cooperative Press.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Sweater • Pullover
Gender: Male
Age: Child • Teen
Size: Finished chest circ 25 ½ (29, 32 ¾, 36 ¼)in / 65 (73.5, 83, 92)cm to...

  This is apattern!

Details
$6.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.30 in Rewards

Designed by Cassandra Deavers and Alex Aulisi
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

A tongue-in-cheek homage to Rosemary’s Baby, this fancy layette, fit for the newborn Son of Satan, includes a sweater, bonnet, and little mitts designed to keep him from scratching people with his tiny devil claws. Lacy edges, a touch of eyelet, and some silk ribbon will make any baby look like a prince (or princess).

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Sweater:
Chest circumference: 17” / 43cm
Length: 8.5” / 21.5 cm

Bonnet:
Depth: 3.5” / 9cm
Height (edge to crown): 5” / 12.5cm

Mitts:
Length: 4” / 10cm
Circumference: 3.75” / 9.5cm

MATERIALS
Knit Picks Palette (100% wool; 231 yards/211m per 50 gram ball; 17 wpi)

Note: Yarn quantities shown for entire set.

1 set US #2 /...

  This is apattern!

Details
$7.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.35 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 1.0 (1 user)

Named for the sultry Lauren Bacall, this hat is a variation on the classic beret. Wear it at a jaunty angle and start practicing “The Look.” The hat is shown here embellished with beaded trim.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Beret, Tam
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Small (head circ. 19 - 21 inches) Large (head circ. 22 - 24 inches)
Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches in...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Designed by Deb Buckingham
Difficulty: 1.6 (14 users)

In modern design it seems everything is linear. Lines. Lines. Lines. Think of a long rectangular table, or how about elongated handles on sleek cabinets? It’s both comfortable yet functional. Some might say it is cold, but remember: when you break up lines with other textures, you’ll bring in added visual interest. This washcloth has a simple stitch that shows off its texture in well-defined rows of lines.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Home • Cleaning

  This is apattern!

Details
$2.50 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.13 in Rewards

Designed by Theressa Silver
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Lucille Ball captured our hearts with her larger than life personality and over-the-top antics. This easy to wear, slouchy beret with its oversized style has a wide band with lots of room for embellishments. It is a fun hat that you’ll surely fall in love with! It is shown here with a silk fabric bow and a vintage plastic button.

ERRATA:
TOP: Final increase stitch counts should be 160 (176)

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hat • Beret, Tam
Gender: Female
Age:...

  This is apattern!

Details
$5.00 Add to Cart
Earn at least $0.25 in Rewards

Need Help?

 Call

 FAQ

 Email
888-848-5648
Customer Service 7 Days a Week
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Central
Your Stuff
Who We Are
Subscribe to our Email
Connect with Us!

SSL
FiberWild! 304 S. Main Street, Galena, Illinois 61036 USA 888.848.KNIT (5648)
All Site Content and Original Design © 2004-2017 FiberWild! LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Security   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use   |   Site Map