This pattern was thoughtfully designed for LYSs hosting yarn tastings. Yarn tastings are to sample the upcoming season’s inventory without having to purchase full skeins. Using eight, 5g mini skeins, this coordinating set knits up within a few hours. This teapot and mug rug are also a lovely way to memorialize your scraps into useful housewares, holiday and hostess gifts.
This scarf combines a classic cable with a seed stitch background to create a timeless look. A perfect winter scarf for any man in your life.
This handy cotton blend pouch is perfect to store your sun glasses (among other items) when you’re out splashing in the waves at the beach. We’ve made ours with a heart motif but it’s easily customized with different duplicate stitch patterns. It would make a great monogrammed gift or personalize it for yourself.
It’s an ideal beginner project. You will learn the knit and purl stitches, left and right leaning decreases, a button hole and duplicate stitch.
These socks sing spring! With their vibrant colours and beautiful blossom design these socks will keep your tootsies fashionable this spring and summer. Worked top down with a striped design and a French toe, these socks will bring color work and lace elements together for a fun interesting knit.
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Just in time for Valentine's Day, warm the hands and heart of your love with a cozy for their mug!
Tapered shape fits reusable and disposable to-go cups. Great stash buster! Keep their beverage and their hands warm.
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Great pattern that fits a Sony e-reader like a glove! Uses Judy's magic cast on to make the ultimate seamless, bottom up, sweater for your gadget!
Available on Ravelry for 0.99 CAN
These wrist warmers were designed with the newbie in mind, ie. the student.
They are a very simple knit and all techniques used can be found online in tutorials (a quick google search will get you what you need).
You will learn to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, decrease (left and right leaning and centre) and a yarn over button hole.
Provided in the pattern is a graphic organizer to help you keep track of your repeats and is set up with full instructions to start and gradually into knitting abbreviations helping you to learn to read a pattern.
We hope you enjoy your first project! Happy Knitting!