The Addy Hat for kids | Knitting in the Park
The kids sized version of the popular knitting pattern for the Addy Hat. No charting, no complicated patterns. Just simplicity from Knitting in the Park
Monkey Stripes pattern by Athena Forbes
A new pattern based on an old classic! After searching and searching, I couldn’t find a marl yarn that I liked. Finally it hit me…..
Family Fun Mittens pattern by Christine L. Walter
From the description: These textured, waffle-rib mittens will keep your family’s hands nice and toasty this winter. Make a pair in each size to keep in the car for emergencies, or make a pair for your child’s favorite teacher.
Adapted by Louise King. Materials: 100g each of 2 colours of Manos del Uruguay wool or any other Worsted/Aran weight wool. The greater the colour contrast, the nicer the effect. 1 set of double pointed needles: size 3.25mm for large child’s mitt, (3.75mm for small lady’s), (4 mm for larger lady's ). Directions: With main colour which will be the outside of the honeycomb pattern cast on 42 sts and divide evenly onto 3 needles. Join in a round and work in K1 P1 rib for 3 inches. Increase 6 sts…
Llama No Drama Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
This super cute llama will be a perfect gift for anyone. Very friendly and asking for more and more hugs will be a good companion for kids and adults as well. Don't forget to share your work in our Facebook Group. The link to the pattern is below. Enjoy! Skills: Intermediate Yarn: Red Heart
Gramps Cardigan pattern by Kate Oates
Click here for the Blog Post about this pattern including sizing notes & notes on the front decreasing. There is also a video tutorial available to show you how to cross cables before performing the yoke/raglan decreases. And, check out the KAL thread to see all sorts of Q&A about this pattern and the other gramps designs. This pattern was written for intermediate-experienced knitters.