Karen Van Heerden

Karen Van Heerden

Karen Van Heerden
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Looking for baby booties with a girly attitude? These are an alteration on a tried and true bootie pattern that gives you some options for making your little lady a class act!

Looking for baby booties with a girly attitude? These are an alteration on a tried and true bootie pattern that gives you some options for making your little lady a class act!

PATTERN: Multiple of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

PATTERN: Multiple of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

This scarf came about after my daughter hand painted some wool top for me, which I then spun into a 4ply/double knitting yarn. I wanted to create a reversible linen stitch that had texture on both sides and had the woven look of linen stitch on both sides.

This scarf came about after my daughter hand painted some wool top for me, which I then spun into a 4ply/double knitting yarn. I wanted to create a reversible linen stitch that had texture on both sides and had the woven look of linen stitch on both sides.