Cast on and knit this now! No matter your skill level, this fun and easy to knit baby blanket is a large mitered square. You’ll learn how to knit this project with a step-by-step video tutorial.Read More
Hey knitters! In today's post, I'm going to show you how to make this gorgeous shawl in just four easy steps. I'm here to show you how to make this really large one skein shawl.
The best part is that any knitter can knit this; it’s a beginner project!Read More
The Spellbinder Cowl is...well, spellbinding. An easy-to-memorize lace pattern paired with soft, shimmering Alpaculence creates a beautiful, lightweight cowl that can easily be dressed up or down.Read More
With one skein of self striping Amplify yarn, you can knit an easy ribbed shawl. It’s knitted back and forth from the top down and features slipped knit stitches to accentuate the color transitions.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