|Blue Skies Shrug pattern - $3
Blue Skies is a small shrug that will provide a bit of warmth on a summer evening or on cooler days. It can be worn open or with the front edges pinned up for additional coverage.
Size: The size is suitable for a size 40 (M-L) but can be easily customized. Brief instructions for resizing are included in the pattern.
|Eliva Shawl pattern - $3
Elvia is a half-circle shaped shawl knit in stockinette stitch with a small flower lace motif and a ruffle all around that is knit simultaneously with the main body of the shawl.
The shawl is worked by beginning with the neck ruffle, then working from the top down and outward.
It can easily be knitted without the bobbles that adorn the lower section.
|Waves Shawlette - free
Waves is a slightly more than semicircular shawl that is knit from the neck edge downward.
Short rows form the neck rounding, followed by regular increases in the body of the shawl. It can easily be shortened or lengthened by knitting more or less pattern sections.
|8 Circles Beret - $3
A slouchy beret with a band of 8 cabled circles.
It is knit from the top down using Magic Loop or DPN’s.
|Twinleaves Shawl - $3
I like lace shawls or stoles with easy to remember repeats, a pattern that you can go back to and continue without having to mark every knitted row. This rectangular pattern is knit in two halves and joined in the center to keep the orientation of the leaves the same on both halves. The short and long edges are scalloped.
|Reversible Cable Moebius Cowl - $4.50
This cowl design stems from my recent adventures in Moebius knitting. Since this kind of construction shows both sides of the knitted piece at all times, I was looking for interesting reversible patterns.
The pattern is a true Moebius, based on the Moebius cast-on by Cat Bordhi.
The sample cowl is knit in heavy worsted/Aran weight yarn and has a loose fit around the neck. It could also be knit in a regular worsted weight yarn using the same size needles or one size smaller. With smaller needles it would hug the neck a little closer but should still fit most sizes.
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