Glowing Embers

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Take campfire warmth with you wherever you go with this easy to make cowl.
Cowl can be worn wrapped twice or simply folded and tucked in. The look of embers as well as the texture is achieved through a simple drop stitch pattern which makes it possible to get dramatic results with little effort, as you are using only one color per round!

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Mit den kühleren Herbsttagen kommt das ideale Wetter für Lagerfeuer.
Die glühenden Kohlen (Glowing Embers) sind in diesem Halswärmer durch ein einfaches Stichmuster dargestellt, wobei immer nur eine Farbe pro Runde gebraucht wird. Das Muster ist daher schnell gemeistert und kann auch schon von neueren Strickerinnen erfolgreich gewagt werden.
Der Cowl kann doppelt oder einfach getragen werden, je nach Lust und Laune oder dem Wärmebedüftnis.

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: Mountain Meadow Wool ‘Laramie’ (100% Mountain Merino, 196 yards/179 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr), 1 skein each color A (Charcoal) and color B (Fire)
Or worsted weight yarn in 2 colors, about 143 yds (130 m) color A, and 134 yds (123 m) color B.

Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) 32” circular or size to obtain gauge

Gauge: 16 st = 4” on US #7 (4.5mm) needles in dropped stitch color pattern

Notions: 1 stitch marker

Finished Size: 44”/112 cm circumference, 7”/18 cm high

Video tutorial (link in pattern) to show you step by step how to work the ‘Embers’ pattern, and seeing how easy it is, will take any remaining fear out of dropping stitches for this pattern!

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All patterns have been professionally edited and tested.

Available on Ravelry for $6.

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Holly (Golightly)

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In dark green with red buttons it says ‘tis the season’ like nothing else. It’s also something Holly Golightly might have worn on cold days, peeking in the windows at Tiffany’s as the shape is somewhat of a cross between a hat and a cloche with a little bit of bonnet mixed in.

Super quick and cozy in the alpaca/wool blend, this hat works up in no time in any worsted or light worsted weight yarns. You can make one, maybe even two in an evening!

The bottom edge ribbing is worked flat in two pieces, then joined in the round and the rest of the hat is worked in one piece.
You got more hair or more brains? No problem, it’s easy to make the crown a bit longer (Instructions included) to fit you better.[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: Cascade Lana D’Oro (50% Wool, 50% Alpaca, 219 yards/200 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr); 1 skein Rainforest 1076, or worsted/light worsted weight yarn, about 120 yds/110 meters

Needles: US Size 5 (3.75 mm) dpns or size to obtain gauge, (or needle for your preferred method for working in the round); US Size 3 (3.25mm) needles for leaves only

Notions: 3 stitch markers, 1 stitch holder, 3 red buttons, size 7/16”/11 mm (or color of choice for your style of hat)

Gauge: 20-21 st and 28 rows = 4”/10cm on US #5 (3.75mm) needles over stockinette stitch.

Finished Size: Women’s Medium (to fit a 21”/53 cm head), 20”/51 cm unstretched circumference
Crown height (adjustable): approx. 8“/20 cm (ear flap to crown)[/x_text][x_line][x_text]

All patterns have been professionally edited and tested

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Misteltoe & Holly

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Misteltoe & Holly is a bottom up shawl in three sizes, that can be as much a functional yet elegant fashion statement, a neck warmer or a holiday decoration on your mantle. Either way, you will love the look and feel of this for many years.

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Pattern is available with full written and charted instructions!

Skills required k2tog, ssk, sk2p, yo, p2tog, k, p. beading (optional, video tutorial available)
NO SHORT ROWS!!!

Yarn
Cascade Yarns Heritage Silk (85% Superwash Merino, 15% Mulberry Silk; 437 yards /400 meters per 100 grams/3.5 ounces). Shown in ‘Pine’ 5608 colorway.
Shawl Large: 2 skeins (646 yds/ 590 meters)
Shawl Medium: 1 skein (390 yds/ 357 meters)
Shoulderette: 1 skein (350 yds/ 320 meters)

Needles
US Size 6 (4.0 mm) circular needle 32”/80 cm or longer
US Size 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle for cast-on edge only

Notions
stitch markers – 2 distinguishable, others optional
darning needle
212 (152/ 112) #6/0 red beads (optional)
60 (48/ 48) #6/0 white or ivory beads (optional)
Crochet hook for beading (optional)

Gauge:
Approximately 18 sts = 4”/10 cm on US #6 (4.0 mm) needles over stockinette, blocked
Note: Gauge is not critical for this project but will affect finished measurements and yardage.

Finished Measurements Large (Medium, Small)
60 (50, 42)”/152 (127, 106) cm wingspan, 22 (17, 17)”/56 (43, 43) cm center back

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All our patterns have been professionally edited and tested.

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Hedgerow Jam Hat

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This hat is named for the hedgerow bounty we would bring home from our weekend excursions. My Mom would cook the berries into a delicious jam that could sparkle just as red as the raspberries beckoning between the green leaves, or be dark and jewel toned when there were more blackberries in the mix.

Designed to match the Hedgerow Jam cowl, it uses the same design elements but uses different techniques.

Worked in stranded color, the hat becomes nice and dense and is sure to keep your head toasty.

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: Malabrigo Rios (100% Merino, 210 yards/192 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr)
1 skein each color A (Lettuce ) and color B (Jupiter)
(If you made the matching Hedgerow Jam Cowl, you should be able to make this with the leftover yarn.)
Or worsted weight yarn, about 80-90 yds each of 2 colors.

Other samples were knit in KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, (110 yards/50 gram) 1 skein color A (Avocado) and 1 skein color B (Garnet Heather)

Needles: US size 7 (4 ½ mm) 24” (cm) circulars, or size to obtain gauge; US size 9 (5 ½ mm) for Berry Pattern and cast on

Gauge: 20 sts = 4” on US #7 (4 ½ mm) needles over stockinette; 20 sts = 4” on US #9 (5 ½ mm) needles over 2-color ribbing

Notions: 1 buttons (7/8” to 1” dia/ 2cm to 2.5cm dia)

Finished Sizes:
Women’s Medium (to fit a 21”/53 cm head)
Fitted (Slouchy): 20”/51 cm (22”/56 cm) unstretched circumference
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Hedgerow Jam

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This cowl is named for the hedgerow bounty we would bring home from our weekend excursions. My Mom would cook the berries into a delicious jam that could sparkle just as red as the raspberries beckoning between the green leaves, or be dark and jewel toned when there were more blackberries in the mix.

Worked entirely in Mosaic, and slipped stitch colorwork technique, you will ever only have to use one color at a time, making this the perfect and easy intro to working with two colors!

Wear this cowl open like a long scarf or wrap it twice for more warmth. With all the different ways to button it and wear it, it won’t get boring and will adapt to almost any temperature!

Well funny you asked, 😉 here is the matching hat to use any leftover yarn: available here: Hedgerow Jam hat

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: Malabrigo Rios (100% Merino, 210 yards/192 meters, 3.5 oz/100gr)
2 skeins each color A (Lettuce ) and color B (Jupiter)
(If you make the border just one color, you can get away with using 2 skeins one color and only one of the ‘not border’ color.)
Or worsted weight yarn, about 250-280 yds each of 2 colors second sample shows KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, (110 yards/50 gram) 3 skeins color A (Avocado) and 3 skeins color B (Garnet Heather)

Needles: US size 7 (4 ½ mm) 24” (cm) circulars, or size to obtain gauge; US size 10 (6 mm) for Berry Pattern and cast on

Gauge: 20 st = 4” on US #7 (4.5mm) needles in slip stitch color pattern

Notions: 3 buttons (7/8” to 1” dia/ 2cm to 2.5cm dia)

Finished Size: 50” long and 12” wide (127 cm long and 30 cm wide)[/x_text][x_line][x_text]

All patterns have been professionally edited and tested

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Lavender Breeze

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Hold on to the soft light of early fall afternoons, warm your hands on a cup of tea and wrap your self in comfort. Hazy colors, you walk the winding paths between the last flowers in your garden as a gentle breeze carries the sound of buzzing bees and the scent of lavender over to where you enjoy the warming rays of the afternoon sun.

Lavender Breeze a top down shawl knit in fingering weight yarn was originally released as a Mystery KAL in the summer of 2013.

Written and Charted instructions.

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: KnitPicks Palette (Fingering weight yarn) in Iris Heather (lilac) 2 skeins (Color A), Celadon Heather (green)1 skein (Color B), and Clematis Heather (purple) 1 skein(color C)

Yardage: Color A: 400yds / 366m; Color B: 120yds / 110m; Color C: 210yds / 192m

Needles: US 6 / 4mm circular, 32” min
Needle one size larger for some of the patterns used
spare circular needle for Provisional cast on

Gauge: Approx 20 sts = 4”/10cm over stockinette st after blocking
Gauge for this project is approximate

Finished size: 60”/155 cm wingspan and 25”/65 cm center back.
(This is the main size, there are 2 spots where it can be made smaller)

Beads (optional):
light beading – beads only in the Set Up Chart and along the bottom lace border: approx. 260 beads.(this is what I did and love it)
Full beading – beads in all the main sections of the shawl: approx. 930 beads
This shawl will look lovely with or without beads.

Skills required: Provisional cast on (tutorial), k, p, k2tog, ssk, yo, s2kpsso, working stitches tbl, Bind off.

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All patterns have been professionally edited and tested.

Available on Ravelry for $7

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Book Club Cowl

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Oxford chic and studied, a look you can now pull off easily, even if your not into books! Or you only have time to read magazines at the coffee shop.

Using a clever slip stitch pattern to produce a smart plaid fabric, this cowl shows you are smart about your work and know how to be stylish with ease. In fact no real colorwork is required of you to make this, you will only ever use one yarn at a time, no fiddling with carrying along a second color!

So what will it be, Macchiato or Machiavelli?

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: Sweet Georgia Trinity Worsted: 70% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 10% Silk (200 yards/183 meters, 115 grams /4.06 ounces), 1 skein color A (Boysenberry) and 1 skein color B (Pistachio)

Needles:
US Size 8 (5 mm) 16 or 20” circular needle, or size to obtain gauge
US Size 10 ½ (6.5mm) for cast-on only

Notions: 1 stitch marker

Gauge: 20 st = 4″ on US #8 (5mm) needles in plaid pattern

Finished Sizes: 20”, 22”, and 24” circumference, approx. 8” high for all sizes[/x_text][x_line][x_text]All patterns are professionally tested and edited.
Available on Ravelry for $6.00
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Sweet Harmony

[x_section style=”margin: 0px 0px 0px 0px; padding: 20px 0px 45px 0px; “][x_row inner_container=”true” marginless_columns=”false” bg_color=”” style=”margin: 0px auto 0px auto; padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_column bg_color=”” type=”1/1″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_custom_headline level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″ accent=”true” class=”center-text “]Rolling Hitch[/x_custom_headline][x_gap size=”10px”][/x_column][/x_row][x_row inner_container=”true” marginless_columns=”false” bg_color=”” style=”margin: 0px auto 0px auto; padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_column bg_color=”” type=”1/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Have you ever made that pretty top from a magazine just to never wear it because it just doesn’t fit right? Somehow it seems too short in the front, but you did everything right and you didn’t even wash it yet? That used to be me before I discovered how easy it is to fix using simple short rows (optional) to fit your bust without turning into a belly shirt or buckle under your arms!

Fitted Shell Sweet Harmony hails from times past, alluding to the great stars of the silver-screen, when fashion was fitted and feminine. The magic lies in the easy to do, yet oh so sophisticated looking details, a little bow pattern accenting the center and neckline line, seed stitch edging and shaping fit for Ingrid Bergman.

Accommodating for larger busts with optional short row shaping, and two widths for the straps, this shell is a staple you’ll want for your closet, wearable as much in the office as for play![/x_text][x_line][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn
Cascade Ultra Pima, (100% Pima, (110 yards/50 gram) DK weight yarn,
Main color A 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4 skeins, 1 skein contrast color B
Shown in main color A, Sage # 4423 and contrast color B, Burgundy # 4417

Needles:
US Size 4 (3 ½ mm) 24” circulars
Needle one size larger for cast on

Gauge
22 st and 28 rows = 4” (10cm) on US #4 (3 ½ mm) needles in stockinette st (or size to obtain gauge)
Take time to check gauge!

Notions 8 stitch markers total, one for end of round (EOR) in a different color

Finished Garment Sizes
Bust 28, 30 (32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44)”
Sized to fit 30, 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46)” bust, with approx 2” negative ease
Bust 71, 76 (81, 86, 91, 96, 102, 106, 112) cm
Sized to fit 76, 81 (86, 91, 96, 102, 106, 112, 116) cm with approx 5 cm negative ease

A word on sizing: Due to the nature of cotton, which tends to ‘grow’ and stretch a bit over time, the pattern is sized to account for that with negative ease built in. It is suggested to choose a finished garment measurement that is 2” (5cm) less than your actual body measurements.[/x_text][x_line][x_text]

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Available on Ravelry for $7.00

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Rosy & Grey Hat

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Great first stranded color project!

Rosy & Grey was inspired by a cold November morning, where before the sun comes up fully, the world is rendered in shades of gray and rose. Melancholy and Beauty all wrapped up into one! And just like the fog sometimes can float up and swirl down, the pattern swirls on the finished hat!

Simple and easy to make, warm but not overly bulky, it’s the perfect hat for those days when you just need a little more warmth but aren’t ready to give up on your style. Worked in the round with an easy 2 color pattern, you can make one of these in an afternoon!

You can choose which way to wear your hat, flipping the rim up for a shorter cap or leaving it as is for more coverage.

[/x_text][/x_column][x_column bg_color=”” type=”2/3″ style=”padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px; “][x_text]Yarn: KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, 110 yards/50 gram ball) 1 skein color A (Cobblestone or dark grey) and 1 skein color B (Pink Posy Heather or rose heather),
or 50-70 yds each of two contrasting colors, worsted weight yarn

Needles: US Size 8 (5mm) Set of double point needles, or size to obtain gauge

Gauge: 18 st = 4” on US #8 (5mm) needles (using k2 color A, k2 color B pattern for gauge swatch)

Finished Sizes: Sizes xs fits head up to 18”, (sm fits head up to 20”, md fits head up to 22”, lg fits head up to 24”), crown of hat is 7.5 inches in all sizes

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All patterns have been professionally edited and tested.

Available for immediate download on Ravelry for $6

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Rosy & Grey Wristlets

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Rosy & Grey was inspired by a cold November morning, where before the sun comes up fully, the world is rendered in shades of gray and rose. Melancholy and Beauty all wrapped up into one! And just like the fog sometimes can float up and swirl down, the pattern on the finished wristlet is ‘turn-on-its-head-able’, the design stays the same. Choose which way to wear them, having either the gray or the rose colored edge showing, depending on your outfit or your mood. Worked in the round with an easy 2 color pattern, you can knock a set of these out in an afternoon! At only 50 yards per color, you might as well use up some remnants and make several, stash them in your car, purse and office for when the chill hits you!

Great first stranded project!

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Yarn: KnitPicks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Worsted Weight, 110 yards/50 gram ball) 1 skein color A (Cobblestone or dark grey) and 1 skein color B (Pink Posy Heather or rose heather) or about 50 yards each of 2 contrasting colors of worsted wight yarn

Needles: US Size 8 (5mm) set of double point needles, or size to obtain gauge

Gauge: 18 st = 4” on US #8 (5mm) needles in color pattern

Finished Sizes: sized in xs/sm to fit 6” wrist circumference (actual body measurement) and md/lg to fit 7” wrist circumference; 7.5” long for both sizes

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All patterns have been professionally edited and tested.

Available for immediate download on Ravelry for $5:

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