When style becomes a statement, why not make your statement with this Flare It Cross Plunging Sweater? It is undeniably comfortable, while the ribbed edges & front cross design give this sweatshirt a chic look.
Easy Shrug Knitting Patterns
These shrugs are knit in one or two pieces. Many of them are one knit as one rectangle and then seamed to create the armholes. No shaping, little seaming. These are great projects for beginners or any knitter looking for quick knitting gratification. Most patterns are free.
Spring will be here before you know it. Start knitting little rabbits now to fill the Easter baskets of all the little people you know. Bonus- when knitted on these small size needles, these tiny rabbits fit into large plastic Easter eggs.
Japanese Knot Bag Knitting Pattern - Free and Easy!
Japanese Knot bag. A design requiring no accessories for closure. One handle carries over the other to create an interesting asymmetry.
Nola, Latin for bell, is a simple cloche that can be worked in a single skein of either bulky (hot pink) or worsted weight (grey) yarn. In fact, adjusting this pattern is so easy that you could really work it in any weight of yarn that you’d like. Nola features a simple but striking twist formed with one cable row, and a rolled brim that is easily adjusted to change the length of the hat. Spiral decreases finish the top of the crown. Wear this pretty cloche as is, or dress it up with a…
a modular knit bag inspired by a level of ninjatown, a cute tower defense game for the nintendo ds. gauge is not critical, size shown uses less than one ball of 3 colors sugar and cream, size is easily modified.
Howlcat pattern by Alex Tinsley
It’s a cowl! It’s a hat! It’s a howlcat! And despite sounding like something that will keep you up at night, it’s actually a cozy and versatile accessory that converts from a cowl into a hat in just a few seconds. It’s also reversible- making it at least four accessories in one (though I bet you can come up with more ways to wear it!)