Free knitting pattern for some basic fingerless mitts.
You guys. YOU GUYS. I have come up with the most perfect stash busting project. Ever. If you have bits of fingering weight yarn and you're not sure what to do with them - look no further! This beanie is really quite simple, only a step up from my Very Basic Beanie. To get the effect,… Continue reading Sprinkles & Stripes – a stash busting beanie
The simplest of simple, most basic beanies. Size - one size adult. Needles - size 7 16" circulars, and size 7 DPNs Yarn - Worsted weight. I like using two colors, one for the brim and one for the body but it can all be in one color, stripes, whatever! The beauty in this beanie… Continue reading Very Basic Beanie
This is made from yarn I found in my local yarn shop, called flock, and I developed the pattern around the yarn. That’s how much I fell in love with it. Normally, I develop a pattern then go find yarn that fits it. This pattern is super easy, takes less than a skein, and a… Continue reading Simple Mitts
Some light, airy knitting for those hot summer days! What better to make for summer then a sweet flower headband or hairclip? I like to use cotton or acrylic so they can be thrown into the wash, but feel free to use whatever worsted weight you like. My daughter's headband is knit in Dishie by… Continue reading Flower Headband