On the Side
As a long-time resident of the midwest and new Chicagoan, I’m always looking for a good versatile scarf pattern. I wanted to design a simple scarf that was not boring, but easy to memorize, had visual interest and was reversible. I experimented with a variety of patterns that looked the same on both sides and finally settled on this one! I hope you love this scarf as much as I do, and maybe learn a new technique in the process!
Frost flower lace shawl - free machine knitting pattern
Panna shawl pattern is finished at last. Finished dimensions: 46cm x 150cm (18" x 59") Machine: Passap Doumatic Available free mac...
Lace Poncho Knitting Patterns
These lightweight ponchos are perfect for warmer weather in a variety of styles from beachwear to evening. Most patterns are free.
Iquitos Flat i-Cord Scarfby Laura Cunitz - this pattern is... (Mingky Tinky Tiger + the Biddle Diddle Dee)
Iquitos Flat i-Cord Scarfby Laura Cunitz - this pattern is..., a Sewing post from the blog Mingky Tinky Tiger + the Biddle Diddle Dee on Bloglovin’
Colorblock Shawl is a fun twist on a classic triangular shawl. It is worked in one piece from the bottom up in solid, contrasting colors. It is a great beginner pattern, using simple increases to create the triangular shape.
Color Block Scarf pattern by Heather Walpole
Basic black and white are worked together to create a mesmerizing pattern that can only be achieved by knitting in the round. Add two long blocks of your favorite colors and this scarf will be a staple in your winter wardrobe.
Uneven no of sts. Row 1: *p1, yo, s next st purlwise*, p1. Row 2: *k1, yo, s next s with the yo (the st is with 2 yo's)*, k1. Row 3: *p1, k1*, p1. Row 4: *k1, p1*, k1.
Uneven no of sts. Row 1: *p1, yo, s next st purlwise*, p1. Row 2: *k1, yo, s next s with the yo (the st is with 2 yo's)*, k1. Row 3: *p1, k1*, p1. Row 4: *k1, p1*, k1. by Shirley Sexton
Mitered Squares Throw With a Fabric Lining
This is one of my favorite projects ever. This pattern has been around for a while and I was late to the game on it. It is the Mitered Crosses Blanket that Kay Gardiner made for Japan tsunami relief a couple of years ago. There are over 900 project pages for it on Ravelry. I…
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