A staple in his or her wardrobe, baby tights are the most practical single garment to keep both the legs and the feet of your littlest ones warm. They are easy to slip on, and you can be sure that no matter how much those little toes and feet wiggle, they’ll stay nice and warm. Clover Tights are designed with an overall eyelet stitch pattern and a piquot drawstring casing. They are worked top down to the toes, and in the round. You first make the drawstring casing for an i-cord string, then…
Cabled Lace Socks Knitting pattern by Chrissy Gardiner | Knitting Patterns | LoveKnitting
These fun socks combine two of my favorite techniques - cables and lace. Great to wear year-round!
Moulin Rouge Knitting pattern by Kirsten Kapur | Knitting Patterns | LoveKnitting
This crescent shaped lace shawl begins at the bottom edge with a picot cast on, followed by a lovely border of gently curved lace, which gives the shawl a pretty scalloped bottom edge. The body of the shawl is an array of eyelets that are worked in short rows to create the crescent shape.Sample is shown in String Theory Caper Sock (pink/purple version) and Tempted Lovely Girl (green/blue version).Ce modèle est disponible en français chez Annette Petavy Design.
Slinky Cotton Crew
In a clever twist on the classic ribbed crew sock, E G Smith has designed these with horizontal ribbing, which gives them a delightfully slinky quality.
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Wishbone Lace Sock
This pattern includes a little cable work, some twisted stitches and a touch of lace for excitement! With this toe up sock, the pattern starts at the foot and works its way up!
The Doll Tights PDF Knitting Pattern for 18" Dolls | The Eli
Is your doll a bit chilly? Need some special tights to pair with a favorite dress? These delicate eyelet tights are a fun quick project that will make you want to knit up a pair in every color. Use scrap sock yarn for some interesting and colorful results.
Our daughter likes to take long walks along Duke of Gloucester Street in the heart of historic Williamsburg, VA. We often dress her up to attend a play or eat lunch at a colonial tavern. I decided to make lacy tights that would be warm enough for a Virginia winter, yet look airy at the same time. I searched for a pattern, but could not find any that met my expectations, so I made my own warm, airy, and girly tights. They are just perfect for our Sunday strolls.
This knee height socks are knit toe-up and feature a traditional Austrian lace and cables pattern which extends down the leg and a unique heel construction (the same which is used in my Salis Socks pattern, it has got no name yet). The calf shaping features leaves and flowers.