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7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories

Dec 21, 2012

I just can't stop coming up with free eBooks for you!

The latest is a reboot of
Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories. I've switched it up and put in some new patterns for you. I hope you like knitting accessories, because this new eBook is full of great patterns.

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1. Modern Quilt Wrap; 2. Ribby Slipper Socks; 3. Knitting Needle Knitting Bag; 4. Folksy Headbands; 5. Flip-Top Mittens; 6. Bevy of Bangles; 7. Crumpet Beret
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What could be more comforting than being wrapped up in the warmth of a colorful quilt? In the Modern Quilt Wrap, very loosely based on the traditional Log Cabin quilt block, Mags Kandis worked this wrap square by square in the easy and satisfying mitered-square method of color knitting.

These knitted slippers are warm and cozy. Cathy Carron designed her Ribby Slipper Socks with an interesting construction and with chunky yarn. They're a quick, easy knit, and you'll want to knit a pair for everyone in your family.

Pam Allen indulged her fondness for the berry stitch in the Knitting Needle Knitting Bag, whose cigar shape was inspired by a bag she saw in a catalog. Rather than binding off, she placed the live stitches on wooden knitting needles, squished them together to form soft gathers, and applied a little superglue. This is a great knitting project bag!

Kristin Nicholas's Folksy Headbands are colorful and unique. Knit just one or all three! This knitted headband pattern actually contains three projects: A Fair Isle headband, an embroidered headband, and a simple garter stitch knitted headband. Headbands make a warm addition to your wardrobe or the perfect gift, if you can bring yourself to give them away!

A pair of frosty-weather mittens in cool blues is just the project to get you started on your winter knitting. Debbie Bliss's Flip-Top Mittens are worked in cashmere, and to make them more functional, she made them convertiblea flip of the top exposes the fingers. Debbie worked a duplicate-stitch snowflake motif on the hand.

Mag's Kandis' Bevy of Bangles came from her love of big, bold bracelets and her loathing of the clang, clang, clunk that almost always accompanies them. Wrapped in beautiful cotton yarn, these bangles are silent! Knitted jewelry is all the rage, so jump on board with this easy project!

The Crumpet Beret by Maura Kirk and Fairmount Fibers is one-skein wonder that's also interesting to knit. This beret knitting pattern will help you knit the perfect gift accessory.

I hope you enjoy our almost entirely new eBook of patterns for knitted accessories! It'll keep your needles busy with fun new designs in the new year!

Cheers,

P.S. Do you have friends who like to knit accessories? If so, forward them this email so they can download Knitting Accessories: 7 Free Patterns for Knitted Accessories, too!


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barbaramwils wrote
on May 28, 2013 10:12 AM

I ALSO HAVE HAD MUCH TROUBLE AND WASTED INK

PRINTING WITH LANGUAGE TRANSLATION MISPRINTS...

ON SEVERAL INSTRUCTIONS NOT JUST THIS ONE......   THANKS

maite66 wrote
on Dec 25, 2012 3:30 AM

I am having trouble with one of the patterns in this latest download.  it is the ribby slipper socks pattern.  My first problem is with row 4 for the smaller sizes; am I supposed to assume that if you are knitting the smaller sizes it should be knit for rows 3-5?  I ended up just following the directions for the bigger size since my daughter has a wide foot.  Then the binding of for the heel.  I understand how to do the three needle bind off but it seems to me that if I do that for the heel it is going to completely close up the opening for a foot!  Please, am I missing something?  Help!

carolhyoung wrote
on Dec 22, 2012 8:20 AM

Cannot print it out without having the language turn into something that is not English