Laurel pattern by Jared Flood
Pendant trios of bobbles framed in cable shields decorate this ornate hat. A ground of reverse stockinette throws the motifs into high relief and shows off Arbor’s capacity for rendering crisp stitchwork. Laurel is designed for a close fit; the elastic tubular cast-on and double-ribbed brim make it stretchy enough to fit most adult heads.
Pattern that is Perfect For a Man's Scarf
Here is an easy knitting pattern that is perfect for a man's scarf (or a woman's too). Here is the diagram: Key l = Knit --- = Purl Cast on a multiple of 16 stitches. Knit according to the diagram. Start at the bottom right corner. When knitting the wrong side of the scarf just follow the pattern of the previous row. Repeat every 15 rows. It's just that simple! Source: http://club.osinka.ru/topic-68761?p=3565588&highlight=#3565588
Geology Shawl pattern by verybusymonkey
Geology is the fourth shawl in my Elements shawl collection. Layers of knitted strata in different stitch patterns, this shawl will keep you interested the whole way through. The bottom-most pattern photo is the schematic with measurements.
Well here she is in all her glory. The much awaited giant mitered rainbow granny blanket and my.....what a beauty she is. It has taken just under a month...
How I Make Worsted Weight Socks!
Hi, Knitters, Are you interested in whipping up some squishy thick warm socks for the upcoming fall and winter seasons? If yes, I have the perfect recipe for your own worsted weight sock making projects. Here are the numbers for making my version of worsted weight socks! Use the following numbers in conjunction with the How I Make My Socks pattern (click here for the original pattern and click here for the project page on Ravelry). Click here for the How I Make Worsted Weight Socks project…