Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Diagonal Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This is a super easy and fun to knit scarf that is entirely garter stitched! By doing a simple increase and decrease on the ends of the project, you will create an interesting diagonal scarf. Perfect for knitters of all skill levels!

Completed Scarf Measures: 3.75 x 66"

You will need:

Cast on 23 stitches 
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Kfb, knit across to last 2 stitches, k2tog.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until only one yard of yarn remains. 
Bind off and weave in yarn ends.

Glossary: 
  • Kfb - Knit front and back of the stitch (makes 1 increase)
  • K2tog - Knit two stitches together (makes 1 decrease)
Happy knitting!


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Plymouth Eros Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Looking for a quick knit that's perfect for spring? This fun little lattice scarf works up fast and features Plymouth Eros II yarn.

Completed Scarf Measures: 5 x 65"

You will need:

Happy knitting!


Plymouth Eros Lace Wrap Free Knitting Pattern

Wrap yourself in a large lacy shawl. This easy to knit wrap has an overall lace pattern that is easy to memorize and features ladder/trellis style yarn, Plymouth Eros II.  Pretty fringe edges are optional.

Completed Shawl Measures: 20 x 60" not including fringe

You will need:
Happy knitting!




Friday, April 18, 2014

Knitted Cast On


Why Choose a Knitted Cast On
With over 200 types of casting on in knitting how do you choose the right cast on for your projects?

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Berroco Joyce Tee Free Knitting Pattern

You'll wear this lightweight tee all spring and summer long! Knit using Berroco Modern Cotton yarn, Joyce is a short sleeved tee with cable rib yoke detail. It's knitted in separate pieces from the bottom up, then joined and knit in the round for the yoke neckline.

Berroco Sanpoku Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern

Just right for spring layering, knit an easy wrap cardigan featuring Berroco's Modern Cotton yarn. Sanpoku has raglan sleeves and drape front that may be worn down or closed with a shawl pin.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Knitting: How-To Cable Cast On

Learn a New Cast On!
The cable cast on is a very easy to master knitting technique and one you will want to use often. Many knitters use it as their go-to cast on! It provides a more stable cast on than a long tail cast on and has a pretty braided effect.