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Finally, an “equation” using π that is easy enough for everyone! You don’t need to be a math genius to adapt these to socks to fit any size nerd (or geek!) that you happen to have around.

Pi Socks pattern by Knitacation Designs

Finally, an “equation” using π that is easy enough for everyone! You don’t need to be a math genius to adapt these to socks to fit any size nerd (or geek!) that you happen to have around.

Sometimes, while winding down after all the rush of the day, you pick up a yummy new yarn and start to play with no particular goal in mind. The yarn speaks, the needles fly, and the swatch takes on a life of it’s own. Before you know, it happens, and a pattern is born. So it was with this. This simple one piece poncho/wrap is knit side to side and then sewn up along one edge. The self striping yarn with a long colour repeat does all the work for you.

it happens pattern by Knitacation Designs

Tagad Sweater by Knitacation

Tagad Sweater by Knitacation

SOS Mittlets and Cowl - By Knitacation

SOS Mittlets and Cowl - By Knitacation

Finding Your Groove - by Knitacation

Finding Your Groove - by Knitacation

Arrow Of Time - by Knitacation

Arrow Of Time - by Knitacation

Do you remember how much fun you had playing with Tangram Triangles when you were little? Recreate the excitement and magic of childhood by graduating up to our grown up version in a triangular scarf. Great for using up the beautiful single balls and scrappy odds and ends we all have hiding in our stash!

Graduating Triangles pattern by Knitacation Designs

Do you remember how much fun you had playing with Tangram Triangles when you were little? Recreate the excitement and magic of childhood by graduating up to our grown up version in a triangular scarf. Great for using up the beautiful single balls and scrappy odds and ends we all have hiding in our stash!

Aztec Cowl

Gradient Cowl pattern by Knitacation Designs

Ravelry: Gradient Cowl pattern by Knitacation Designs

Build A Scarf!

Build A Scarf pattern by Knitacation Designs

Knit this scarf in any weight of yarn. You decide how wide the scarf will be when you work the first triangle. Then work the next triangle, attaching it to the previous triangle as you go until it’s as long as you like.


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