This highly textured shawl was inspired by the many lichens and mosses that grow in Wales. Lichen stitch is paired with moss stitch bands, which are accentuated by reverse stocking stitch. These contrast with the wide central garter stitch panel. It is worked top down and is an interesting, yet easy knit for the advanced beginner. A versatile shawl in 2 sizes, that can be worked in a variety of yarns from 4ply (fingering) through to worsted (aran) weight.Fingering (4ply) weight yarn: Medium…

Lichen & Moss shawl

This highly textured shawl was inspired by the many lichens and mosses that grow in Wales. Lichen stitch is paired with moss stitch bands, which are accentuated by reverse stocking stitch. These contrast with the wide central garter stitch panel. It is worked top down and is an interesting, yet easy knit for the advanced beginner. A versatile shawl in 2 sizes, that can be worked in a variety of yarns from 4ply (fingering) through to worsted (aran) weight.Fingering (4ply) weight yarn: Medium…

This cowl is SUPER fast, uses worsted weight or Aran yarn and a U.S.  size 10 circular needle. You begin the cowl in the center front and wo...

This cowl is SUPER fast, uses worsted weight or Aran yarn and a U.S. size 10 circular needle. You begin the cowl in the center front and wo...

Worked in random stripes using yarn that can be substituted from your own stash, this is a truly creative knit! The pattern includes information on the shades and stripes used in the original, including exact quantities for each colour or you can make up your own! The main yarn weight is worsted but you can sneak in oddments of DK and aran.This garment is designed to be very oversized, with slightly cropped bracelet-style sleeves and shortish body length.Finished busts are as follows: 48…

Stashbuster Sweater

Worked in random stripes using yarn that can be substituted from your own stash, this is a truly creative knit! The pattern includes information on the shades and stripes used in the original, including exact quantities for each colour or you can make up your own! The main yarn weight is worsted but you can sneak in oddments of DK and aran.This garment is designed to be very oversized, with slightly cropped bracelet-style sleeves and shortish body length.Finished busts are as follows: 48…

- the terminology & the confusion. The "need to know" about yarn weights There are a lot to know about yarn and even more to figure out about yarn weights

Learn all you need to know about Yarn Weights:

- the terminology & the confusion. The "need to know" about yarn weights There are a lot to know about yarn and even more to figure out about yarn weights

Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Classic Baby Sweater

Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

CROCHET PATTERN-The Brocade Shawl (toddler, child and adult sizes)

CROCHET PATTERN-The Brocade Shawl (toddler, child and adult sizes)

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Got some mystery yarn in your stash? Decode your yarn with this helpful guide on how to figure out yarn weight! It's happened to all of us. You start a pro

How to figure out yarn weight

Got some mystery yarn in your stash? Decode your yarn with this helpful guide on how to figure out yarn weight! It's happened to all of us. You start a pro

Lavender the Unicorn Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by TheMerinoMermaid

Lavender the Unicorn Crochet Amigurumi Pattern PDF E-book Toy

podkins: “Sunshine socksby Niina Laitinen - This knitting pattern is available…

podkins: “Sunshine socksby Niina Laitinen - This knitting pattern is available…

I chained 220 with a 7mm hook (I always, always use a hook two sizes up for a foundation chain when I'm making a scarf - it stops that annoying curve) and then, using a 6mm hook, simply worked half trebles (half doubles US) in the back loops.

I chained 220 with a 7mm hook (I always, always use a hook two sizes up for a foundation chain when I'm making a scarf - it stops that annoying curve) and then, using a 6mm hook, simply worked half trebles (half doubles US) in the back loops.

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