Jubilee Jacket The collar of this fun knit will excite color-work fans. Two cleverly placed shaping rows do not interrupt the patterning, but assure that the shawl collar falls beautifully around the neck and down the front of this jacket.
Yarn: Cascade 220, Cascade 220 Sport Needles: US #7 (4.5mm), #6 (4mm), #3 (3.25mm) Technique: Fair Isle (stranded color knit) Link to pattern
#11 Mock Cable Tunic The tunic uses an interesting elongated stitch pattern for the skirt part. To allow the stripes to continue across the v-neck front, a crochet steek is worked that not only doesn't require any sewing machine but also makes for a clean finish on the WS.
Yarn: NoroTaiyo Needles: US #9 (5.5mm), #8 (5mm) Technique: Crochet steek Link to pattern
Seaglass Shell The front of the top looks deceptively with just a bit of lace peaking over the shoulders. But then, the back
has a little surprise in store: the top drops away into a low back line
revealing a misty lace of rivulets and boulders.
Yarn: Manos del Uruguay Serena Needles: US #5 (3.75mm), #4 (3.5mm) Technique: Knitted lace (worked on RS and WS rows) Link to pattern
Sunburst Scarf This great skinny scarf is the perfect way to accessorize and add some spunk to your daily outfit. Yarn: Quince & Co. Chickadee Needles: US #8 (5mm) Technique: Wrapped stitches Link to pattern
#26 Lacy Vest The effervescent floral lace at the peplum of Daniella Nii’s V-necked
vest blooms spectacularly on the flip side. Solid stockinette panels
provide a calm contrast and are crocheted to the open-work in
Yarn: Rowan Cotton Glace, Rowan RYC Siena Needles: US #6 (4mm), #4 (3.5mm) Technique: Lace (only on RS rows) Link to pattern
#25 Cabled Poncho The perfect topper for a chilly day. Worked as 2 rectangular pieces with shaping only at the neckline and boasting a beautiful intricate cable panel worked with twisted stitches and tasteful bobbles to add a traditional flavor.
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaca Melange Needles: US #7 (4.5mm) Technique: Cables Link to pattern
Pebble & Reed Tunic This is a great summer tunic with 3/4 length sleeves that you can wear
over a tank top with a skirt, capris or pants to the beach, your
farmer’s market or garden party. The openwork pattern makes for a very loose and stretchy fabric.
Yarn: Rowan Purelife Revive Needles: US #9 (5.5mm), #6 (4mm) Technique: Lace (only on RS rows) Link to pattern
Bistro Lace Stole Ever wanted to own/make a flower motif stole but you don’t know how to crochet? With this stole you can join in the fun and knit your own flower stole. The motifs are worked individually on double pointed needles and joined as you go. Yarn: Lorna's Laces Lion & Lamb Multi Needles: US #8 (5mm), #9 (5.5mm) Technique: In the round (doily) Link to pattern
#32, #33, #34 Feel-Better Buddies Wouldn’t it be great to have a nice warm, cuddly friend with you in bed when it is cold outside or your tummy hurts? The bottle neck is tucked away inside the animal heads - out of sight
and out of mind. No temptation for the kids to play with the opening…
Yarn: Lion Brand Homespun Needles: US #6 (4mm) Technique: Knit, purl, duplicate stitch Link to pattern
Chincoteague Cardigan It’s a great jacket for your weekend activities. The “brick” pattern makes for an entertaining knit and the mosaic
technique chest band gives it a more complicated look then it really is.
Yarn: Lion Brand Fishermen's Wool Needles: US #6 (4mm), #4 (3.5mm) Technique: Mosaic (slip-stitch) knitting Link to pattern
Bobbles Beyond Compare Work only one cable twist and one bobble every 8th row in a super bulky yarn for a quick, easy and very striking scarf to wrap up in. This is a great introductory project to cables and bobbles. Yarn: Rowan Big Wool Needles: US #15 (10mm) Technique: Cables, bobbles Link to pattern
Elephant Onesie A band of Fair Isle elephants makes a plain onesie big-top ready. It's unforgettable. Yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash Sport Needles: US #6 (4mm) Technique: In the round, Fair Isle Link to pattern
Downhill Skier Cap The first couple of winter storms have moved through and the ski season
is starting up. The World Cup ski races are in full swing which was the
inspiration for this “Downhill Skier” cap.
Yarn: Knit Picks Swish Worsted Needles: US #6 (4mm), #7 (4.5mm) Technique: In the round, Fair Isle, duplicate stitch Link to pattern
Diamond Back Laptop Sleeve (felted) The Diamond Back felted laptop sleeve is just the right mixture of dark
business-like colors and a snazzy design that will work for both women
and men. Zipped laptop sleeve to protect your laptop from all the scratches and scuff marks when traveling.
Yarn: Patons Classic Wool Needles: US #9 (5.5mm) Technique: Stranded colorwork in the round, felting Link to pattern
Last Bloom A small, airy headscarf that has only 2 repeating pattern rows and can
be finished in a lazy weekend. What a cute way to keep the hair out of
the eyes when the winds pick up on the upcoming fall days.
Yarn: Patons Grace Needles: US #6 (4mm) Technique: Lace (only on RS rows) Link to pattern
Kick It Up The vest sports an easy knit/purl diamond pattern representing the
soccer goal netting and black/white ribbing from the traditional referee
shirts. Add a small soccer ball emblem and you will have a classic
looking vest for your kids.
Yarn: Yarn Bee Snowflake Wool Blend Needles: US #6 (4mm), #4 (3.5mm) Technique: Knit, purl Link to pattern
Snowflake Cozy Knit and purl this traditional snowflake pattern for a quick and easy hot water bottle cozy. xxx Yarn: Lion Brand Cotton-Ease Needles: US #8 (5mm) Technique:flat or in the round Link to Pattern
Beartooth Wrap A quick and easy introductory intarsia project. Shows off mohair in sweeping zigzag design. Yarn: Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride Worsted, Plymouth Outback Mohair or Mountain Colors Mohair Needles: US #9 (5.5mm) Technique: Intarsia Link to Pattern
Coin-Pocket Monster Fish Are you looking for a quick gift that brings smiles to a child’s face? It works up quickly and since it is a Monster Fish, it is not picky in how it turns out. Yarn: Patons Classic Wool Needles: US #9 (5.5mm) Technique: In the round, felting Link to Pattern
Beaded Family Wrist Warmers These beaded family wrist warmers make great, little, heart-warming, quick gifts for your mother or grandmother or other loved ones. Mix and match the family members, including a cat and dog, to fit your own need.
Yarn: Lion Brand LB 1878 Needles: US #0 (2mm) Technique: Garter stitch, flat, pre-string beads Link to pattern
Tulip Cable Gloves The combination of the simple to knit tulip cable pattern and luxurious yarn will garner you many compliments. The tulip cable pattern has been placed in such a way that it flows nicely into your middle finger and elongates your hand.
Yarn: Patons Silk Bamboo Needles: US #3 (3.25mm) Technique: In the round, cable Link to pattern
"Loved" Capelet Your little one will be wrapped in love and warmth with this capelet featuring a large heart cable design down the front and back center and xo cables down the sides. A knitted fringe, that is sewn on, gives it
that little something extra.
Yarn: Yarn Bee Melody Bulky Wool Blend Needles: US #10 (6mm), #8 (5mm) Technique: In the Round, cables Link to pattern
Cherry Blossom Card With Envelope Template How about sending your family and friends a Cherry Blossom card to bring a Spring greeting in their house? This pattern will allow you to crochet pretty little Cherry Blossoms with the twig. Envelope template included. Yarn: Aunt Lydia's Crochet Cotton #1 Needles: Hook US #6 (1.8mm) Technique: In the round Craft: Crochet Link to pattern