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  • Bevy of Bangles

    These silent bangles came to be because of my love of big, bold bracelets and my loathing of the clang, clang, clunk that almost always accompanies them. The first time I wore an armful to “girl’s night,” all my girlfriends wanted their own. I spent one evening knitting up a basket...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Cabled Boot Toppers

    I have always found it a shame that once boot weather starts, pretty handknit socks are sadly hidden until the next sock-showing season. Boot toppers are my answer to this problem. Let the boots hide the store-bought socks and allow the lushness of cables and frilly edges peek out where they can be enjoyed...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • COLORFUL FOLKLORE

    The Baltic States are well-known for elaborate and richly detailed mitten designs in which Scandinavian and Russian influences are found. Latvian designs are predominantly black or navy with white and sometimes a bright contrast color. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's Around...
    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
  • CLASSIC KILIM

    Traditional Turkish patterns use a rich blaze of color, and complex geometric shapes make such designs small works of art. Turkish socks are knitted toe-up with the final strand left to hang outside the sock and embellished with tassels and beads. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's...
    Posted to Around the World in Knitted Socks by mekincannon on Sep 17, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting, Around the World in Knitted Socks, Knit, Stephanie van der Linden, Interweave Books, Socks, Pattern
  • BY THE FJORDS

    Typical Norwegian patterns are worked in stranded two-color knitting, traditionally in black, dark gray, blue, and red with white. The classic Norwegian Star appears in an overwhelming number of variations, often combined with small symmetrical borders or stripes of patterning. This pattern can be found...
    Posted to Around the World in Knitted Socks by mekincannon on Sep 17, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting, Around the World in Knitted Socks, Knit, Stephanie van der Linden, Interweave Books, Socks, Pattern
  • BRUSSELS LACE

    During the time Brussels lace was produced in the Flemish region of Belgium, the influence of the French-speaking Wallonie region caused the wide spread of lace knitting. The delicate colors and transparent appearance make it extremely well-suited for romantic, feminine socks. This pattern can be found...
    Posted to Around the World in Knitted Socks by mekincannon on Sep 17, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting, Around the World in Knitted Socks, Knit, Stephanie van der Linden, Interweave Books, Socks, Pattern
  • Chelsea Skirt

    By Cecily Glowik MacDonald, from New England Knits . This skirt has a delicate lace border that peeks out from under the edge, worked in a soft contrasting-color yarn that echoes the tweedy flecks of the main skirt. The herringbone stitch pattern adds structure and detail to the shape, and a row of buttons...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: interweave books, new england knits, cecily glowik macdonald, skirt
  • Brattleboro Hat

    By Melissa LaBarre, from New England Knits . This hat is knitted in two directions: a ribbed band is worked from side to side to create the brim, and stitches are picked up along one side for the moss stitch crown. A button tab at the side gives this simple design a twist.
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: melissa labarre, interweave books, new england knits, hat
  • Bi-Color Brioche Stole

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . This intriguing two-color reversible cable looks almost like moiré fabric. On one side, the knits are of one color and the purls are of the other… yet on the other side, the opposite occurs. It takes a bit of concentration...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #1-Super Fine, wrap
  • Background Stitches Cable Vest

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . Cables aren’t always worked over many stitches. The traveling stitches of this vest are just one stitch crossed over another. worked in alpaca, the piece is especially warm because of the dimensions of the stitch patterns. The sides...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, pullover, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #3-DK, vest
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