The Ladybug Headband from A Step-By-Step Guide to Knitting Cables with 4 Staff Favorite Patterns I recently finished a headband similar to the Ladybug Headband by Katy Ryan. I discovered that works really well as an ear warmer, too. It's great for people who don't look good in hats (ahem), or...
The Gate Pullover by Margaux Hufnagle The Friday Slippers by Kristen TenDyke A note from Kathleen: Fall is well and truly here in Spokane, with its beautiful crisp mornings and lovely sunny days. I'm already deep into cool-weather knitting, too. I have a sweater on the needles and a hat and some...
Editors’ Note: We asked Karin Strom, Interweave’s editorial director for the yarn group, to share her interview with book author Lene Holme Sams ø e. Essentially Feminine Knits: 25 Must-Have Chic Designs by Lene Holme Sams ø e. Every so often a knitting book comes along that...
Blume Hat by Connie Chang Chinchio I'm excited about hats, as you know. They're super practical, fast, and fun to knit. We're so into hats that we've developed a web page that puts all of our hat resources in one place ! Here's a taste: Who knows when the first person decided to put...
The hat from the Three for the Road ePattern for men I think I've knitted five hats in the last month, with two more to go—including the Welted Toque for my sister, who's home now and keeps saying, "Hey, where's my toque?!? I did give her a couple of my old handknitted hats to...
Dec 14, 2011
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Semolina Hat by Carrie Bostick Hoge, from Weekend Hats Trellis Beret by Courtney Kelley, from Weekend Hats I'll say it: I have a big head. A really big head. And it doesn't favor hats very well, so I don't often wear them. I do have one hat, a store-bought variety, that I wear in the winter...
Brattlboro Hat by Melissa LeBarre Hats are so fun to knit. They're short projects, and they usually just take one skein—always a bonus. I recently knit a fun pattern from the fantastic book New England Knits by Cecily Glowik MacDonald and Melissa LaBarre. The pattern is the Brattleboro Hat...
Knitting Daily TV hosts Shay Pendray, Eunny Jang, and Kristin Omdahl Shay Pendray and Vicki Square Eunny Jang in a sea of hats Eunny Jang and Zontee Hou discussing the Little Lamb Sock Critter project A note from Kathleen: Knitting Daily TV is such an inspiration for us knitters. I've learned so...
Jul 14, 2010
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Here are ten easy free knitting patterns for women--because sometimes you want to knit something fabulous and fast! Slouch Rib Cardigan by Cathy Payson. Easy knitted women's cardigan pattern that is simple enough to be your first knitted sweater! Frock Camisole by Katie Himmelberg. A simple, fashionable...
Jul 18, 2008
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