Knitting

Rose Trellis Shawl to Knit

So soft and drapey, this lovely spring shawl is knit from side to side and is made up of garter stitch sections, an easy-to-learn lace pattern in the trellis sections and edgings, and a center panel of lace medallion roses. This gorgeous shawl is perfect for intermediate knitters and is just the thing to make… Continue reading Rose Trellis Shawl to Knit

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Freesia Swing Vest

Crocheted from the bottom up, this seamless swing vest is made in a stitch pattern reminiscent of a trellis with a garden of flowers scattered about. Customize your vest with more or less flowers, placed where they suit your fancy! Photos (c) ILikeCrochet.com, used with permission There may be affiliate links in this post. Skill… Continue reading Freesia Swing Vest

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Ornamental Shawlette to Crochet

I called this the Ornamental Shawlette because not only will it ornament your lovely body, but for some reason when I look at the stitch pattern it reminds me of Christmas ornaments hanging from the tree. The yarn even has a little glitter/tinsel to it!The directions call for a rectangle shape when finished to keep… Continue reading Ornamental Shawlette to Crochet

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Aslope Hat and Cowl Set

The perfect transitional hat and cowl for between the seasons, this lovely, lacy set provides just enough warmth with plenty of visual interest. Knit it in a silk blend as shown in the photo, or some soft cotton blend to add to its delicate appearance. You can get both projects out of under 300 yards… Continue reading Aslope Hat and Cowl Set

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Diagonal Scrunchies

I have been sort of laughing and sort of impressed at my adult daughter's recent foray into entrepreneurship. She was visiting me, and happily sewing some scrunchies to give to friends for holiday gifts. After getting a little carried away with my fabric stash she did a social media post joking that they were breeding… Continue reading Diagonal Scrunchies

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Trio Knit Cowl in Mountain Meadow Wool

I love this wool! Love the natural colors, love that it has a just a little sheepy goodness in it so it's rustic looking but not crunchy and uncomfortable to wear. It was a joy to knit. I want to make a hat to go with it soon! Free pattern below - Want to add… Continue reading Trio Knit Cowl in Mountain Meadow Wool