Hat and Scarf Patterns
This basic beginner hat pattern is great for learning Magic Loop. Comes with directions for a fitted or slouchy hat and written for worsted-weight yarn.
Included: videos for Magic Loop and the Travelling Loop method… Continue reading
The Aspen Ice hat is a fast and easy knit hat that uses a simple lace stitch to make a colorful spiral. The easy lace pattern is made with just two stitches: yarnover and knit 2 together.
Includes videos for making pompoms and knitting garter stitch in the round without purling… Continue reading
It’s summer, but you still want to knit. Here’s a great summer scarf pattern that is good for beginners. Every knitter should know how to do Feather and Fan Lace.
The basic feather-and-fan lace pattern is a repeat of 18 stitches… Continue reading
It’s so rugged and burly, I actually just like to call it “man-stitch.”
Why? In a chunky yarn this is a perfect stitch for a guy’s scarf or sweater, and it’s super-easy – but not boring – to knit.
“Man-stitch” actually has a different official name: it’s called Mistake Rib or Broken Rib… Continue reading
For my trip to New York City to meet the media, I had a challenge — I really wanted to turn heads, but it had to be with just a plain ol’ garter-stitch scarf.
I chose a bulky-weight, 100% alpaca hand-painted yarn from Misti Alpaca called Hand Paint Chunky… Continue reading
This super-bulky scarf made its debut on TV, made especially for 2News This Morning anchor Mary Nickles.
I knitted this fun turquoise scarf in about three hours the night before using thick-and-thin bulky yarn, held double, on size 35 needles…. Continue reading
Show off your chunky handspun yarn with this super-fast neckwarmer! It’s simple enough to highlight the yarn, yet interesting to knit… Continue reading
During my trip to Aspen for the holiday, I experimented with this gorgeous yarn, and have come up with a simple lace pattern that shows off its texture and color palette to perfection… Continue reading