I invented this tiny key cozy pattern one day when I was showing my mom about Magic Loop.
She asked, “What is Magic Loop good for?”
I said, “It is especially good for knitting little tiny objects in the round, like glove fingers, arm warmers, and the tops of hats.”
Then, as inspiration struck, I asked, “Do you have a key? I’ll make a little sweater for it to demonstrate!” and the sock yarn key cozy pattern was born.
This is a pattern designed by YOU to cover a cell phone. Fill out the yarn specifics once you’ve chosen a yarn and measured your gauge.
This is a pattern calculation designed to help you practice Magic Loop and designing very basic patterns.
The cast-on area at the bottom naturally leaves a space to plug in a charger.
This Fair-Isle felted bag pattern is an easy pattern for learning two-color knitting. Felt the bag in the washer to make a soft and sturdy purse or knitting project bag. Options: You can knit the bag handles and attachment loops, or buy leather or plastic purse handles for a more formal look.
This unisex headband/ear warmer is great for skiers, joggers, or cyclists—anyone who is out in the elements on a crisp winter morning.
It can also be used to cover up roots or dirty hair! Something you may have more often than a ski ticket.
Good for knitters just learning to combine knit and purl stitches and read a simple chart. There are written directions for those who choose not to use a chart.
Here is a fun and hip legwarmer knitting pattern for you! Now you don’t need UGGs to be cool. Make yourself or a friend a pair of fabulous, cabled, knee-high knitted legwarmers! Finish off with chunky buttons and a twisted-cord tie. This is a charted legwarmer knitting pattern that includes instructions for making the buttonholes, cables, and the twisted-cord ties.