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  • Weekend Socks

    Tucked away in my sweater cupboard, I still have the ski sweater my mother knitted many years ago for my father based on traditional crisp, clean, two-color Norwegian motifs. Although the patterns have not changed over the years, the choice of yarns certainly has. The alpaca-bamboo blend used here creates...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • VACATION IN THE MOUNTAINS

    The Alpine influence appears in Swiss knitting in the prevalence of traveling stitches, worked literally with a twist. Richly patterned stockings are an important part of the traditional costume of both men and women. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's Around the World in Knitted...
    Posted to Around the World in Knitted Socks by mekincannon on Sep 24, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting, Around the World in Knitted Socks, Knit, Stephanie van der Linden, Interweave Books, Socks, Pattern
  • Windsor Warmer

    By Cecily Glowik MacDonald, from New England Knits . A long scarf knitted side to side with buttons and buttonholes along the edges offers a variety of options for wear. Wear it unbuttoned like a traditional scarf or fasten the buttons and wrap it a few times around your head and neck as a cowl. A sophisticated...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: interweave books, new england knits, cecily glowik macdonald, scarf
  • Whale Watch Hat

    By Kate Gagnon Osborn, from New England Knits . This quirky beret was inspired by Kate’s love for all things New England, such as the outrageous whale-embroidered khakis worn by Vineyard vacationers and the enduring combination of navy and white. The whimsical colorwork gives a classic whale motif...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: melissa labarre, interweave books, new england knits, cecily glowik macdonald, hat, Kate Gagnon Osborn
  • XOX Raglan Turtleneck

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . The A-line silhouette of this tunic shapes itself—the number of stitches remains the same, but each of the three stitch patterns has a different stitch gauge, with the widest on bottom and the narrowest on top. The Half-fisherman’s...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, pullover, Interweave Books, Power Cables, sweater, #3-DK
  • Widening-Rib Cabled Scarf

    This pattern can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . Everyone needs one good cashmere scarf. Simple enough to make for several gifts (and for yourself) yet interesting to knit, this scarf will look great in a wide range of colors. It’s also quick work in a chunky yarn and large needles...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #5-Bulky, scarf
  • Yrsa Laceweight Mitts

    These mitts can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. Laceweight yarn has traditionally been used by Icelanders to knit patterned mittens and handstukur (long, lacy wrist warmers); these practical little mitts fall neatly between these two types of hand wear. With some simple calculations...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: #0-Lace, Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Mittens
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