We are mesmerized by the way Jessica’s Frolicking Feet yarn in Peacock is pooling with these chevron pattern. Berkshire Socks is a free pattern that would make the color flow on any variegated yarn.
Greetings Dangerous Knitter, I hope your dangerous knitting adventure is going swimmingly! I had so much fun throwing caution to the wind last month. It was very freeing to not stress out about gauge. Those of you who know me … Continue reading
Is this not a perfect match of yarn and Stitched by Sasha project bag? Jenn is working on Zigzagular Socks in Socks that Rock Lightweight in Spacedust. The pattern is free on Ravelry and works really well with multicolored yarn.
Barry’s scarf is a lovely exercise in texture. Knit in Malabrigo Worsted, the pattern Toasty Twisty is free on Ravelry. Boy, do we need two or three good scarves like this today!
This morning, I asked everyone on the day shift to snap a selfie to document what we wear on the coldest day of the year. All linked patterns are either FREE or available for purchase as a Ravelry in-store download. … Continue reading
Robin brought this pullover she made for her daughter and we all gasped. Then we all gasped again when she said she knit it in five days! This is in Berocco Vintage DK, and the pattern is a free Drops … Continue reading
A guest post from Jack…. Greetings, Normally I am “Employee of the Year” for the Gauge Enforcement Division of the Knitting Police. However, last year, my knitting was filled with tension woes and much agony, including horrible miscalculations of row … Continue reading
We get many requests from people who have made Hitchhikers. They’re wondering what other shawls or scarves we can recommend with similar construction. I’ve put together a Pinterest board that features shawls made with one or two skeins of mostly … Continue reading
Today we are digging through our workbaskets to bring you this new blog feature, Work in Progress Wednesday. Today’s project is Shani’s Twin Rib Socks in Socks that Rock I’m Too Sexy For Your Needles. As of this writing, one … Continue reading
As word has spread about the Knitted Knockers effort, we are receiving phone calls and emails about both making and receiving knockers. To best serve both the makers and the receivers, we’ve gathered all of the information here, for ease … Continue reading