Create a cuddly cabled blanket! This reversible throw pattern is sized for babies or adults and uses colorful, self-striping Major yarn.Read More
This collar cowl is perfect as an extra layer just beneath your coat during blustery winter days. The cowl is worked in the round from the bottom-up with shaping intended to perfectly hug the neck and shoulders. The result is an especially warm accessory.
Knit in Major, this cowl is also a quick knit. Since one skein is enough for two collars, why not make one for yourself and another as a gift for someone special?
One skein project! Can you believe this large cozy cowl knits up with just one skein of Universal Major yarn?
It’s worked in the round from the bottom up. Self-striping Major adds color while the Porthole stitch pattern provides lots of texture. Wear it long and loose or double around your neck for extra warmth.Read More
Here’s a shawl that has it all! Variegated colors, stripes, dropped stitches, and a floral crocheted edge. This fun to knit project is surprisingly simple because the dropped stitches are made at the bind off.Read More