Rainy Day Umbrella Scarf
The Rainy Day Umbrella Scarf has a fun, graphic pattern to chase away the rainy day blues. This scarf is double knit, making it reversible and quite warm.
Zig Zag Sock pattern by Anne Berk
This sock is designed for knitters who would like to knit intarsia in-the-round. It is tricky, but not difficult, and is lots of fun to knit! Two different colorways are used, and should be as contrasting as possible, to highlight the zig zags. This is a good pattern for stash, also, as every stripe is worked with a different strand, so each can be a different color!
Oaks Park Socks
Oaks Park may be the oldest continuously operating amusement park in America, serving as a community gathering place since 1905. It’s a modest operation that caters to all ages and pocketbooks, with carnival rides and games that operate seasonally, an indoor skating rink that’s open all year, and extensive picnic grounds along the Willamette River.
How to Knit Socks #1 Cuff
I knit socks in the size 37 / 6.5 by casting on 16 stitches per needle. You might need to cast on more or less stitches depending on what kind of yarn you us...
Tilt & Twist
Tilt is a sock with four different panels of colour meandering gently around the foot and ankle. Twist is a more aggressive version with the colours swirling around at twice the speed. This is a sock “recipe” that assumes you already have a basic knowledge of sock knitting. The pattern can be knit as written or you can add the colour pattern instructions to your favourite plain toe-up sock pattern. These instructions are for a toe-up sock, but could easily be converted for cuff-down…