Its my pleasure to introduce to you to the AMOR Cardigan, the New Pippin Knit Along. The Amor Cardigan is a free pattern by Stylecraft Yarns using their lovely new yarn Amor.
By now you should have all your pieces knitted up and ready for joining. Front and Back panels plus 2 sleeves.. Now comes the part most shy away from, stitching seams can make or break the look of a garment. But if I can do it so can you! Before you go ahead and start… Continue reading Bellissima Jumper MAL – Joining
Are you ready poppets! Its time to cast on and make a start on our Bellissima Jumber MAL. Last week week discussed our gauge swatches, cast on methods and some useful stockinette and garter stitches tutorials, if you missed it can you recap here. This fortnight we will make progress on the front and back… Continue reading Bellissima Jumper MAL – The Cast On
The first step in garment making, and possibly the most important step of all, is making the gauge swatch. All patterns give a recommended gauge at the beginning of their instructions. Small differences like needles size and yarn brands can affect your gauge especially if you are using a alternative yarn. Take it from me… Continue reading Knit MAL – Bellissima Jumper – Gauge Swatch
The Bellissima Chunky Jumper is a NEW free pattern courtesy of Stylecraft Yarns with 2 alternative neck lines.
I am an avid knitter and crocheter (48 years combined), my craft room can attest to that. Honestly, I am not a hoarder; I just have an eclectic taste! Everything looks a whole lot more in my tiny little cottage. As you can imagine, I have gathered quite an assortment of yarns, patterns and notions… Continue reading Double Trouble from Jeni
Give someone the warm and fuzzies this holiday season with this super quick, super easy and super cosy scarf.
I am a BIG BIG daydreamer and my husband often catches me in a faraway place and he will say “Your head is in the clouds again” and I reply “Yes, chasing rainbows”.
Cozy and warm these socks will keep your toes toasty this winter. Great for gift giving for the upcoming holiday season. The socks are knitted flat using 2 straight needles and then made into a tubular sock by sewing a seam at the back. The pattern starts with the sock’s top cuff and worked down to the heel gusset and then onto the toe.