Archive for February, 2011
Thursday, February 24th, 2011
Baby Boutique is the perfect baby yarn for Kathy’s cardigan–
Love the football buttons!
Knit in size 1-2 years in Baby Boutique, it took 6 balls of blue, and 1 each of white and brown.
The traditional cable pattern makes this a great staple garment for any child. I like how the hoods’ cable detail adds a sporty finish.
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Thursday, February 17th, 2011
Baby Alpaca DK never looked so pastoral in DivineGift’s leafy scarf-
4 balls of Baby Alpaca Dk in color 402
The pattern repeat was doubled to create a wider scarf. The alpaca drapes well when knit on size 7 needles in lace stitch.
Brooke Nelson’s design has a matching hat and fingerless mitts as well.
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Thursday, February 10th, 2011
There is nothing more rewarding than making a hand made gift for a loved one;
especially when you know it will keep them cozy and warm.
Aiden's Hat, made in Happy Feet DK and Encore DK
(My favorite touch is the whimsical braided ties!)
This hat can be made in adult size as well by using a heavier yarn, like Encore Worsted or Galway. Aiden’s hat, knit by Mary, is knit in Happy Feet DK and Encore DK.
The pattern is by Tienne and can be found here
Friday, February 4th, 2011
photography by Kathryn Martin for Interweave Knits
Bonnie Paul’s Curvy Squares Tee uses our Mushishi yarn to make a classic and effortless entrelac pullover.
Interweave Knits Spring 2011 issue hits newsstands on February 22nd.
Thursday, February 3rd, 2011
Happy February! This week I wanted to feature a knit that was named after the shortest month of the year.
Jessica's February Sweater
February Lady is designed by Pamela Wynne, who was inspired by Elizabeth Zimmerman’s Baby Sweater on Two Needles.
1 skein of Mushishi color 5
**Jessica’s version is cropped, so you’ll most likely need more than one skein if you plan on making the full length version.