Reminiscent of a painting done on plaster this stitch pattern combines seed stitch squares and little columns of cables. At the crown seed stitch continues in the midst of tapering cables. Suggested yarn does not have a lot of memory. You can use clear elastic thread to help the matter.
Option II The green hat shown is made from 1 ball of Cascade 220 superwash yarn. No change in the pattern. The nature of the yarn makes it a smaller slouchy. No elastic thread is needed for this yarn.
This sweet seamless and gentle hat is knitted in the round in 4x4 Rib and adorned with a little ruffle of complementing color. The combination of three colors used in this pattern highlights a simple yet sophisticated look of the hat that can be worn as a hat or as a beret. Your baby will enjoy the softness of the yarns chosen for this pattern.
Category: Accessories • Hat • Other
Size: 0-6 mo (6-12 mo, 12-18 mo, 2-4...
A fun, cheerful, contemporary, and flattering A-shaped tunic is worked seamlessly in the round in Stockinette Stitch with ornamental motifs. Tunic begins at the bottom with wide and colorful border in slip-stitch patterns using 3 colors. Traditional decreases at “side seams” shape body to armholes. At this time stitches for sleeves are cast on and back and front are separated. Another ornamental motif is finishing the top of tunic. All edges are done in unassuming garter stitch in contrasting collor.
Pattern is written for 11 sizes. 35 (36 3/4, 39 1/4, 40 3/4, 43 1/4, 45,...
Inspired by the beautiful Red Sea shore at Eilat, this vest is worked in one piece, and is sure to become a versatile part of your wardrobe. The waist is shaped using only the differences in gauge from one stitch pattern to another. The low V-neck and armhole edges are worked concurrently with the body. The vest can be worn with no closure or as featured with a Venetian Hinge by JUL Designs. The Venetian Hinge can be purchased at some LYS and on Jul’s website
Knitted in the round from the bottom up this sleeveless baby dress has a very cute and urban look. Two colors are used for the border that combines a Seed Stitch, ruching, and a simple two-color Fair Isle pattern that helps the transition to the main color of the dress. Change in stitch pattern together with some decreases in the skirt part helps to shape the silhouette. The adornment of the neckline repeats the bottom border with a little ruffle at the edge.
The hat is knit in the round. The wide band of 2x2 cabled rib allows for a snug fit. The main pattern resembles a flower made of cables which effortlessly transition into more familiar cables which later taper at the crown. Choose between the two versions: 1. Beanie or 2. Slouch.
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Ready for dancing La Bamba, this playful skirt is worked top down in the round using Stockinette Stitch. There are twelve faux panels. Six of these panels are flared at the bottom to widen the hem circumference needed for free movements. When finished, the purl side is used as a right side of the garment. Keep all ends on the knit side. The skirt allows for an easy length modification mentioned in the pattern. The elastic waistband accommodates for a good fit.
A simple slip-stitch pattern makes this chunky cowl three-dimensional and stylish. Central cable panel cinches the fabric, so the width at the back of the neck is lower. Pull the corners of the cowl through the raised stitches or use closures of your choice to change the look and circumference of the cowl. Play around with the many ways you can wear this fun cowl.
You can make it longer by adding the same repeat of rows in both slip-stitch parts. In this case more yarn is needed.
Any super bulky or bulky yarn is fine
Combine strands of different yarns to make your color...
Unusual bind-off technique is used to change direction of knitting a border.
Choose between the two versions or wear them together for a faux infinity scarf look. Use the versatility of this pattern to come up with many ways to pair cowls with the perfect outfit to please the fashionista in you.
Notice that there are 2 cowls in this pattern made from one skein of yarn!!
Link to a video tutorial for Mobius cast-on is provided in the pattern.
The shape of this hat is reminiscent of French cloche. Worked in the round from brim to crown it begins with rolled edge to reinforce the relaxed look of a cloche. A tall brim worked in rib provides functionality to the hat and helps to transition to a beautiful, but simple, slip stitch called Waffles. Rich texture of this stitch pattern is a statement on its own.
Sophisticated and versatile sweater is suitable for all ages and it is so classic that both men and women can wear it. It is knit in the round from bottom up to the armholes. Set-in sleeves are also worked in the round. This easy knit project can be a perfect one to take on a trip.
Pattern offers 10 sizes 34 3/4” - 52 3/4 “.
Notions Markers (m); stitch holders; tapestry needle, if you use this yarn or any yarn with not a great memory, Gutermann elastic thread, clear or color white. If you are using wool or wool blends, there is no need for that.
I would suggest either not to use an elastic thread if you are a very tight...
This beret is knit in the round in a beautiful brioche stitch. Wear it right or wrong side out and you will have two berets out of one. Pull it down to your brows and it looks like a hat. Bulky yarn is chosen for keeping a nice shape of the beret and for warmth.
Category: Accessories • Hat • Beret, Tam
Size: Child/ Adult
Gauge: 14 stitches and 24 rows =...
Quick to knit and fun to wear, these gloves are elegant in their simplicity. Elastic ribbing on the palm side allows a great fit. The edges are worked in the interesting pattern of wrapped bundles. Basic cables run along the top of the glove and create a wonderful texture that is accentuated by beautiful colors of a variegated yarn.
Yarn suggestions: Any bulky yarn or two strands of DK-weight yarn held together will work.
Note: If you do not need a wide thumb for the size L, stay with size M numbers for waste yarn part throughout thumb instructions.
Make these gloves longer by adding another chart repeat before placing thumb.
Very simple variation of Woven Waves stitch pattern combined with Dewdrop cast on and two gorgeous colors of Anzula yarn brings this cowl to a perfection. It looks like a lot of work, but… this is slip-stitch colorwork. This means you work with one color throughout one round. Made in one piece in the round. Choose your own colors that are vibrant enough to pop when put together.
This attractive hat can be made with or without the visor. The band is covering your ears on a cold day. Use the soft yarn (merino wool, silk, cashmere, or alpaca), do not add the visor and it becomes a very nice and soft beret. Enjoy the versatility of this pattern.
Additional suggestions for visor insert: any craft foam sheets, plastic mesh, or fabric stitched many times over. Cut out the shape of your knitted bill.
The fun and modern shape of this skirt will make you want to twirl. A band of Stamen stitch separates the straight body of the skirt from an illusion of pleats worked in Lace stitch. The skirt’s shape is slimming and flattering for most figure types. Worked from bottom up, the skirt allows for an easy length modification mentioned in the pattern. The elastic waistband accommodates for a good fit.
This pattern is written for 12 sizes.
The pattern contains explanation on adjusting the length of the skirt.