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  • Alicia, Linen corset, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 101

    Eunny Jang demonstrates the Louet linen ensemble’s "Alicia" Corset, using high quality linen yarn that improves with every washing. This corset gets its shaping from the knitted cables. The linen ensemble also includes the "Lacey"...
    by AnnieB
  • Baby Booties Knit in the Portuguese Style, As Seen on Episode 307

    Designer Spotlight – In Knitting Daily TV Episode 307, m eet Andrea Wong as she joins Liz to demonstrate the Portuguese style of knitting on a simple baby bootie pattern. If you’re interested in the notions to knit in the Portuguese style...
    by AnnieB
  • Ballybrae Soft Clutch

    This double moss stitch clutch is knit with Cascade 220. Design is my own - pattern is available free at http://www.seasideknittingpatterns.com/purl/Free_Patterns.html
  • Basic Entrelac Scarf

    If you're new to entrelac and need a basic pattern to get started, you're in luck! I just started an easy scarf and thought it would make a great beginner entrelac project. I made up the instructions based on Eunny Jang's Beyond the Basics...
  • Basketweave Shoulder Bag

    Designer: Nancy Dale Published: May 17, 2007 Technique: Zippers Skill Level: Easy This practical bag was designed by Nancy Dale, currently Interweave’s Operations Manager, as a staff project for the Winter 2000/2001 issue of Interweave Knits. We’ve...
  • Better Than Booties Baby Socks

    Designer: Ann Budd Published: May 15, 2007 Technique: Cables, Charts - Cable, Charts - Lace, Lace, Decreasing, Increasing, Short Rows Skill Level: Experienced Not keen on baby booties? Try baby socks. Ann Budd has designed five adorable pairs of tiny...
  • Connemara Pony

    A knitted horse is stuffed and sewn together. Worked in three yarns for a plush and soft product, this knitted toy features short-row shaping, embroidery, and grafting. Designers Kathryn Martin and Evelyn Zlomke Finished Size 17" from head to rump...
  • Cozy Knitted Blanket Patterns: 4 Free Afghan Knitting Patterns

    Get cozy under a knitted afghan! You'll love these free knitted blanket patterns! Yggdrasil Afghan by Lisa Jacobs Frost Flower Afghan by the Knits Design Team Graphic Afghan by Sarah Fama Mosaic Tile Afghan by Judith L. Swartz
  • Dairy Maid Halter, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 808

    How-To: Kristin and Eunny join up for Knitting Daily TV Episode 808's How-To segment to discuss drape, ruffles, and ruching. These feminine touches can make your knitting and crochet stand out from the crowd. Download the free patterns for the Clinton...
    by AnnieB
  • Earflap Hats

    Designer: Knitscene Design Team Published: June 1, 2007 Technique: Bind-offs, Cast-ons, Decreasing, Pom-Poms Skill Level: Easy These three fun hats with optional pom-poms are guaranteed to make you as happy as your ears are warm! Patterns are included...
  • Estonian Lace Shawl by Nancy Bush, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 211

    Knitwear designer Nancy Bush joins Eunny to demonstrate an Estonian lace shawl, from her book Knitted Lace of Estonia . Sponsored by Interweave
    by AnnieB
  • Eyelet Baby Blanket

    Pretty baby afghan that I designed myself. Approx. 36 X 42; can be smaller or larger by increasing or decreasing the repeats. E-mail me if you'd like the pattern.
    by gshlaw
  • Flirty Skirty

    Designer: Ivy Bigelow Published: June 1, 2007 Technique: Button bands, loops and buttonholes, Pleats Skill Level: Intermediate Knitted in the round from the waist down, this body-hugging skirt features pleats at the hem and belt loops at the waist. The...
  • French Lace Camisole, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 608

    Adina Klein joins Eunny on Knitting Daily TV episode 608 to talk about trans-seasonal yarns, specifically the advantages of knitting with cotton. Using slip-stitch, eyelets, openwork and more, cotton yarns will lose some of its bulk, making it a perfect...
    by AnnieB
  • Frenchy Camisole

    Designer Katie Himmelberg Yarn Fiesta La Luz (100% silk; 210 yd [192 m]/57 g): #3306 champagne, 2 skeins.
    by Rebecca
  • Frock Camisole, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 208

    Check out many versions of Katie Himmelberg’s popular frock camisole, originally featured in Interweave Knits magazine. Eunny explains what knitters have done to make this design their own. Sponsored by Interweave
    by AnnieB
  • Funky Fringe Bag

    Designer: Marilyn Murphy Published: May 15, 2007 Technique: Colorwork - Fair Isle, Fringe Skill Level: Easy Marilyn Murphy, currently Interweave’s President, originally designed this bag as a staff project for the Winter 2000/2001 issue of Interweave...
  • Knitted Cuddlies

    Designer: Louisa Harding Published: August 16, 2007 Technique: Skill Level: Easy This really is the easiest pattern ever written for a knitted toy animal, but once you assemble the simple knitted rectangles and add distinguishing features, it will become...
  • Knitting Daily Presents: 7 FREE Knitting Patterns for Men

    Designer: Compilation Published: October 7, 2009 Technique: Mixed Skill Level: Intermediate Knitting Daily Founding Editor, Sandi Wiseheart brings you the sixth in our series of free eBooks from Knitting Daily ! We’ve covered socks, lace, gifts...
  • Knitting Needle Knitting Bag

    Designer: Pam Allen Published: September 21, 2007 Technique: Skill Level: Easy Pam Allen indulged her fondness for the berry stitch in this quick-and-easy knitting bag whose cigar shape was inspired by a bag she saw in a catalog. For the front and back...
  • Lace Nightie

    Designer Carrie Bostick Hoge Yarn Alchemy Yarns Bamboo (100% bamboo; 150 yd [137 m]/50 g): #72e vintage jade, 3 skeins.
    by Rebecca
  • Lace Scarf

    This elegant little scarf is a study in contrasts: A knitted panel in soft, plush mohair is surrounded by a crocheted lace edging in a smooth, light linen blend. The resulting sweet confection is the perfect gift—if you can bear to part with it...
  • Lacy Thong

    Designer Laura Rintala Yarn Halcyon 2/5 Gemstone Silk (100% silk; 260 yd [238 m]/100 g): #19 light blue, 1 skein.
    by Rebecca
  • Ladylike Gloves

    Designer Eunny Jang Finished Size 6 ½" circumference at base of fingers. To fit a woman’s medium hand (gloves are very stretchy). Yarn Morehouse Merino Lace (100% wool; 220 yd [201 m]/28 g): oatmeal, 1 ball. Needles Size 3 (3.25 mm)...
    by Rebecca
  • Lee Reversible Hat, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 610

    Eunny joins Scotish designer Ysolda Teague on location on Knitting Daily TV Episode 610. Ysolda is known for her charming designs that include whimsical details, and she demonstrates her reversible, cute hat. Download your free pattern for her hat, seen...
    by AnnieB
  • Maggie Wrap, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 111

    Robyn Chachula, author of Blueprint Crochet (Interweave, 2008) visits with Kim about how to read crochet charts and demonstrates the chart used to make the Maggie Wrap cardigan. The yarn Robyn is using to demonstrate this project is made by Tahki Stacy...
    by AnnieB
  • Market Bag

    Designer: Vicki Square Published: June 1, 2007 Technique: Lace Skill Level: Intermediate Anyone who has visited Continental Europe can tell you that the daily trip to the ­market is as natural as breathing. Vicki selected linen, wetspun from fine...
  • Monk's Travel Satchel

    Designer: Vicki Square Published: May 17, 2007 Technique: Borders, Edgings, Button bands, loops and buttonholes, I-cord, Seams Skill Level: Intermediate The religion of Nepal is a mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism and the monks who traveled southwest China...
  • Montpelier Jacket

    By Cecily Glowik MacDonald, from New England Knits . This classic saddle-shoulder cardigan has a modern twist: the front closes with a button placket, inspired by military-style uniforms and accented with subtle brown-on-gray colorwork detail. A row of...
  • Ms. Poppins Bag

    Designer: Sandi Wiseheart Published: June 18, 2007 Technique: Skill Level: Beginner Because the yarn I chose reminded me of a carpet bag, I decided to design a boxy tote like the magical one Mary Poppins carried. To keep things simple, I made a rectangle...
  • Off The Grid Scarf

    Designer: Marilyn Murphy Published: June 6, 2007 Technique: Crochet Skill Level: Easy THIS SCARF IS A DECEPTIVELY SIMPLE PATTERN. The grid is elongated when working it horizontally versus vertically. For a completely different look, weave ribbon or other...
  • Openwork Scarf - As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 207

    Laura Bryant and Berry Klein are back with various one skein projects that use open lace-work to make the yarn go further. Sponsored by Trendsetter Yarns and Prism Arts, Inc
    by AnnieB
  • Organic Sprout Tank

    This pattern can be found on pages 124-129 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry's leading designers. Sprout, a 100 percent organic cotton yarn with a pleasing...
    by JaimeG
  • Peasant Blouse, As Seen on Episode 206

    Travel on location to meet Teva Durham, a designer known for her inventive use of asymmetrical designs, as she takes about her theories for designing unique and fashionable knitwear. Sponsored by Tahki Stacy Charles
    by AnnieB
  • Pia Laceweight Pullover

    This pullover can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. Swedish wool, with its long and glossy fibers, is usually of a very high quality, and Ullcentrum’s pure wool 1-ply lace yarn is no exception. Sourced predominantly from the island...
  • Poppy Beanie, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 606

    Shay is on location with popular author Louisa Harding to discuss her new book Knitting in the Details (Interweave, 2010). Louisa's love of collecting custom elements and involving them in her final knitwear designs add a feminine and originial twist...
    by AnnieB
  • Precious Baby Jacket

    There is no denying it—baby’s first sweater has to be special! Knits for a baby compel us to embrace words such as “handmade” and “heirloom.” This jacket is a quick-knit top-down raglan in seed stitch (no need to worry...
  • Rosemary Sweater, As Seen on Knitting Daily Tv Episode 110

    Kim joins crochet designer Robyn Chachula to demonstrate a unique travelling crochet stitch to make the Rosemary sweater, featured in Interweave Crochet Fall 2007. This sweater is made from Louet yarns, available in fine yarn shops.
    by AnnieB
  • Scrap Buster Knitted Flower Pin, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 610

    Eunny is back on location with designer KT Baldassaro on episode 610 to talk about novelty yarns once again. KT demonstrates a great way to use these yarns, and a great way to use up your stash leftovers, with a cute knitted flower pin. With just small...
    by AnnieB
  • Shawl Collar Cardigan from Knitting Daily TV Episode 405

    In Knitting Daily TV episode 405, Shay joins Linda Pratt from Westminster Fibers on location to discuss the movement toward organic and naturally dyed yarns that are produced in environmentally and socially responsible ways. The free pattern seen in this...
    by AnnieB
  • Sirocco Cardigan by Wenlan Chia, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 210

    New York designer Wenlan Chia, also known as Twinkle, joins Eunny to discuss how she transfers her runway designs to knitwear you can make at home. Sponsored by Classic Elite Yarns
    by AnnieB
  • Slip-Stitch Bra

    Designer Lisa Shroyer Yarn Fonty Primavera (50% cotton, 50% acrylic; 137 yd [125 m]/50 g): #466 pink, 1 ball. Heirloom Breeze (69.6% cotton, 30% wool, .4% Lycra; 105 yd [96 m]/50 g): #019 magenta, 1 ball. Yarns distributed by Russi Sales.
    by Rebecca
  • Solstice Skirt

    This pattern can be found on pages 18-21 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry's leading designers. Designer Cecily Glowik MacDonald used Solstice, a yarn...
    by JaimeG
  • Tabard Vest, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episodes 508, 509, 510, 511, 512, and 513

    Zontee Hou is back with a new knit-along project, the Tabard Vest. It's a great first project for those new to lace knitting or garment shaping. Watch week by week as Eunny and Zontee offer six progressive lessons on how to make this project a success...
    by AnnieB
  • Textured Tote Bag

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . This roomy tote will expand to accommodate lots of stuff. The gnarly textures are accentuated by the use of the tape yarn. If you desire a lining, I suggest ironing on a backing of nonwoven...
  • Traveling Stitch Legwarmers, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 113

    Lisa Myers, coauthor of Knit So Fine (Interweave, 2008), visits with Eunny about the unique construction of her legwarmers. The thin yarn used for the legwarmers allows for custom shaping. Plus, the traveling-stitch of the legwarmers is unique and detailed...
    by AnnieB
  • Tweed Jacket

    Designer Leslie Scanlon Finished size 36½ (37½, 40, 42½, 45, 47½)" bust circumference. Jacket shown measures 42½". Yarn Classic Elite Inca Alpaca (100% alpaca; 109 yd [100 m]/50 g): #1130 dahlia (pink), 10...
  • Whimsy Tote, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 209

    Eunny and Becca Smith, from Bagsmith, show how to make the Winter Wimsy tote, a handbag that only takes a couple hours to knit! This fun, fast project is stylish and sturdy, and perfect for an every-day handbag. Plus, fun embellishments can dress the...
    by AnnieB
  • WILD AND WARM Guanaco and Vicuña Lace Fingerless Gloves

    Wild guanacos and vicuñas are both beautiful and graceful. They produce some of the finest fibers in the world. It is fitting to knit a light and lacy garment to honor their elegance. These open-fingered gloves are not only decorative but also...
  • Winter Wonderland Scarf, Hat, and Mitts set, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 210

    Eunny and Shay demonstrate a lace pattern on a hat, mittens, and a scarf – all made from one skein of yarn. Sponsored by Fiesta Yarns
    by AnnieB
  • Yggdrasil Afghan

    An afghan worked from the center out, beginning with a square panel. Borders are worked out from the center, allowing for three sizes in the pattern—baby blanket, afghan, and large counterpane bedspread. Cables, grafting, and charts. Designer Lisa...
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