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  • Felted Heart Milagros

    These little hearts bring me such joy that I can’t stop myself from making and sharing them! Knitted in one piece with a bit of short-rowing for shape, there is just one quick seam and a little stuffing before you shout, “Everyone in the pool!” Well, the “pool” may be the...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Felted Leaf Brooch

    Nothing says autumn like falling leaves. Quickly knit with scraps of stash yarn, these leaves can be anything you wish them to be. Here, a pair is turned into a simple brooch (attach one to the Cabled Boot Toppers on page 16). But imagine one attached to a braided or crocheted cord wrapped around a jar...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • GREEN ISLE

    The three-leaf clover is the national symbol of Ireland. Legend has it that St. Patrick used it as a symbol to teach the Christian idea of the Trinity. Diamond patterns are found in textured knitting as well as stranded knitting. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's Around the...
    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
  • FRESH BREEZE

    By the fifteenth century, handknitted jackets and stockings were a part of almost every traditional Danish costume. Typical Danish designs feature a large field of patterning interspersed with a small repeating motif and edged with a narrow border. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's...
    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
  • FRANCONIAN BEADWORK

    During its prime, bead knitting was viewed in central Europe as a specialized art knitting. It spread to Nurnberg, Bohemia, Venice, and mountain areas where the glass bead industry was established. Pouches, purses, cuffs, and socks were made with rich bead patterns and sold as desirable rarities. This...
    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
  • FEMININE LACE

    Knitting in Spain shows the influences of the stranded knitting of North Africa and the Christian motifs created for liturgical purposes. It is considered by many to be the cradle of lace knitting. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's Around the World in Knitted Socks.
    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
  • FAR EASTERN FLAIR

    Sashiko embroidery emerged from the mending and embellishment of navy blue fishermen’s clothing with white thread. Sashiko embroidery doesn’t often appear in combination with knitting, but it is an especially pleasing traditional Japanese way to embellish a piece of knitting. This pattern...
    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
  • Greylock Tunic

    By Melissa LaBarre, from New England Knits . This light tunic has a tank-dress shape and contrast-color accents for a figure-flattering fit. The rows of ruching at the waist are an eye-catching detail that’s fun to work. The piece is perfect for layering over pants for a walk on a cool day; the...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: melissa labarre, interweave books, new england knits, tank
  • Greenfield Cardigan

    By Melissa LaBarre, from New England Knits . This garter-stitch cardigan is simple to knit, but the thoughtful details create an elegant sweater. The top-down raglan construction uses eyelet increases to accent the shaping, and a leaf detail at each front keeps it interesting. Three-quarter-length sleeves...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: melissa labarre, cardigan, interweave books, new england knits
  • Five-Way Cabled Shrug

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . This versatile piece will become a wardrobe staple as a shrug, wrap, poncho, or stole. with so many ways to wear it, it’s good value and will stretch your wearing options—so indulge in some soft, touchable yarn and buttons...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, #4-Worsted, Interweave Books, Power Cables, wrap
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