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Apr 30, 2014

A few days ago, I wrote about accessories being the perfect warm-weather knits. I just found out that we have a new eBook out, Easy Knitted Accessories,  with seven accessory knitting patterns perfect for summer knitting!

A happy coincidence, right? The patterns all come from Knitscene, and editor Amy Palmer put the collection together. Here she is to tell you more about it.

Knit Accessories, Always a Favorite

Accessories take up a special place in my heart. There's a lot to love about them.

Usually, they are quick to knit, don't take up too much yarn (or make for great stash busters), and they're excellent ways to practice new-to-me techniques. Plus, they are great ways for new knitters to learn the basics of our craft.

With those facts in mind, I compiled these seven projects, trying to bridge the gap between experienced knitters and those just beginning.

    
Big Thompson Scarf
by Christa Elaine Giles
Cinchy Hat
by Cathy Carron
Insignia Shawl
by Cecily Glowick MacDonald
Pixel Scarf
by Kenny Chua
Overdyed Ragg Scarf by Nancy Shroyer
Chevron Head Scarf by Debbie O'Neill
Included in this volume is a "learn to knit" section, intended for those just starting out. Even if you have been knitting for years, it never hurts to have a quick guide handy.

    
Seed-Stitch Wristers
by Tanis Gray
And the projects are all fast, easy, and fashionable—knit them for yourself or as gifts to inspire others to fall in love with knitting.

I think it's a particularly nice group of projects, and I hope you will, too! Get your copy of Easy Knitted Accessories today!

Cheers,

P.S. Do you have an accessory on the needles? Leave a comment below and tell us about it!


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Pattern Compilations

Accessories are a great way to learn how to knit if you are a beginner knitter or are wanting to advance your knitting skills. Knitscene presents seven easy knitted accessories that are quick, simple, and chic!

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on Apr 30, 2014 2:36 PM

Right now I'm working on tube sox for my husband. He has Parkinson's and it can be hard for him to put on his sox. I'm trying to surprise him, but I'm having trouble getting the size right. Maybe if I sneak up on him while he's asleep...

bellorri wrote
on Apr 30, 2014 11:05 AM

Right now I am knitting a slouch hat,not really any pattern but teaching myself to knit with circular needles.It is made with patterned sock yarn to match a pair of fingerless gloves I made for my grand daughter.Knitting is my therapy for my arthritis and for my brain! LOL

BIV58 wrote
on Apr 30, 2014 11:04 AM

A couple of weeks ago there was an article about knitting to pieces together seamlessly. How do I access it now since I mistakenly deleted it? Thanks, Bettye