The unusual construction of this vest will keep you interested as you knit, I promise! And the flattering lines and casual, easy way it wears will make it one of your favorite accessories once the project is done.
Size & Finished Measurements: Sizes: S(M,L) Shown in size Small. My bust is 37”.
Back width at bust: 18”(21”,24”) Length at center back: 19”(21”,24.5”)
Category: Clothing • Vest
I designed this cozy, squishy infinity scarf to be worn either like a long necklace or doubled up into a warm cowl. I love how the fabric drapes and the subtle variations of the yarn twinkle with the stitch pattern!
This quick infinity scarf/cowl/scarf is knit in a fun stitch that looks great on either side. The ends of the scarf are grafted together to create a loop, so you can wear it as a long scarf or doubled up into a cozy cowl that will keep your neck and ears warm.
The two halves of this shawl are knit in different directions to play with the self-striping or handpainted yarn.
Simple garter stitch interspersed with dropped stitches make this an easy and fun project to knit. And because it’s knit in two halves, it’s easy to make it as big as possible with whatever amount of yarn you have: simply knit the first half until you’re a little under half done with your yarn, then start the second half!
The pattern is suitable for all weights of yarn.
Finished Measurements: Full Size: 50” across top edge and 21” long at center back, blocked
Two patterns in one: instructions are included for the cowl and the infinity scarf.
While the garter stitch is easy enough for a beginner knitter, this pattern uses advanced techniques like a provisional cast on and grafting the ends together, so it’s a great project to expand your skill set! Pick three colors you love or choose from one of the New York City colorways I’ve designed.
The cowl is pictured in “Madison Avenue” and the infinity scarf in “Williamsburg.’
A touch of luxury goes a long way - this cashmere clutch is the perfect accessory to carry with any outfit, dressy or casual. Just the right size for all your essentials, this project is fast to knit and features interesting cabled side detailing.
Show off your prized semi-solid yarns with the simple lace pattern of this slouchy hat. Completely done in knits, purls, decreases and YO’s, this hat is a quick and easy knit that will still keep your interest. One skein of Madelinetosh Vintage is all you need!
Instructions are in written form only (no chart) due to how simple the lace pattern is.
Size & Finished Measurements: Sizes: Small (Medium, Large) Brim circumference: 17” (18”, 19”) Shown in size Medium. My head is 22.5” around.
These mitts are the ultimate in simplicity and functionality. The stockinette “front” allows the handpainted yarn to shine through, while the ribbed “back” makes the armwarmers fit beautifully all the way down your arm.
Three sizes included: Sizes: Small (Medium, Large) Measurements: To fit 6.5”-7.5” (7”-8”, 7.5”-8.5”) hand circumference
Shade three colors of Koigu KPPPM or knit in one color with just one skein!
Knit flat or in the round, directions are included for both.
This project can be knit holding one strand of Koigu with one strand of Lace Cashmere OR substitute Noro Silk Garden single stranded (or any other yarn that gives you 4.5 sts/inch). Since it’s knit side-to-side, picking self-striping or shading yarns makes the project even more interesting!
You know that feeling you get when you’re watching Downton Abbey, that it would be kind of fun to live in the show? Well this sweater will help you out with that fantasy a bit more! This pattern is my attempt to bring a little Downton to my own wardrobe, by making a sweater based on the one Lady Sybil wears in season 2.
I’ve photographed it both in 1917 style and in a current style with denim, so you can see how very wearable it is.
Details: Tunic length heavy outerwear-appropriate cardigan with extra-long sleeves, a sailor collar, and toggle-style buttons.
This updated classic tunic length cardigan features a patterned yoke and cuffs knit in a simple stockinette base cable pattern. Three buttons at the yoke give a fluid, flattering drape to the front, and extra long sleeves add a bit of drama.
This angular shawl features zig-zags on a stockinette background, which makes the design suitable for handpainted and semi-solid yarns. It would look equally stunning in a solid color or in a self-striping sock yarn, too!
Two sizes offered in one pattern, a full size shawl (shown in blue) and a shawlette (shown in purple). The full size is knit in a light fingering/laceweight and the shawlette in heavier fingering/sock yarn.
Finished Measurements Full Size: 71” across top edge and 34” long at center back, blocked Shawlette: 39” across top edge and 19” long at center back, blocked
Gauges For Full Size: 26 sts and 36 rows = 4” in stockinette unblocked 23 sts and 34 rows = 4” blocked For Shawlette: 22 sts and 32 rows...
This shawl plays with color and stitch pattern by combining the gorgeous handpainted colors in Koigu yarn with the well-known Feather & Fan stitch. Perfect for first-time lace knitters and lace pros alike!
Finished Measurements: 17” wide x 58” long after blocking
Uses 7 colors of Koigu KPPPM shaded from light to dark
The Runner’s Watchcap is a unisex hat pattern designed to fit snugly on your head so that it won’t fly off on your run or while you ski down the mountain. Because it uses only one skein of sock yarn, it’s a great way to show off that special skein you’re been hoarding -- wear the gorgeous yarn on your head instead of in your shoes! The simple ribbing lends itself to using both subtle semi-solids as well as outrageous handpainted colors.
The hat is knit in the round on a circular and/or double pointed needles. The finishing is about as minimal as it comes: just weave in the two ends and you’re done!
Size and Finished Measurements: To fit head size: 19”-21” (21”-23”) Finished Measurements: 17”...
This long, deep-V neck pullover is reversible, so you can show either a lot of cleavage or a lot of back, depending on your mood. Think "naughty librarian" and pair it with skinny jeans and tall boots.
This casual cardigan pattern features unique details to keep it looking polished while relaxed. Perfect for throwing on over a tank and jeans on the weekend, the gauge lets you actually finish it in time for weekend fun! This knitting pattern is suitable for intermediate knitters and requires some knowledge of cable knitting.