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  • En Pointe Pullover

    The open stitches produced by large needles make for a quick and satisfying spring project. The Mobius half-twist at center front creates a gracefully sweeping curve. Designer: Alice Tang Finished Size: 36 (38, 40, 44 1/2, 48)" bust circumference. Sweater shown measures 36", modeled with 3"...
    Posted to Patterns by Sharon Zientara on Jan 19, 2011
    Filed under: Easy, Crochet, Lace Knitting, Interweave Knits, pullover sweater, #0 - Laceweight, mobius, Interweave Knits Spring 2011, Openwork, Alice Tang
  • Episode 511 Preview

    Get ready to make your knitwear projects one-of-a-kind! On this episode of Knitting Daily TV we're letting the yarn inspire your work. We take a closer look at colorwork patterns for slip-stitch knitting and crocheted ripples, plus trends in the development of yarns for hand knitting. Getting Started...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by AnnieB on Sep 1, 2010
    Filed under: Video, Colorwork, Kristin Omdahl, Spinning, eunny jang, zontee hou, Knitting, Interweave Knits, felting, www.knittingdaily.com, techniques, free patterns, Yarn, patterns, Knit, Knits, tips, designers, crochet, easy, crocheted, Prism Arts, Laura Bryant, Barry Klein, Trendsetter Yarns, Learn how to crochet
  • Episode 509 Preview

    Learn to be a master of style and construction on this epsiode of Knitting Daily TV . We'll offer four unique perspectives on how to combine design elements into your next knitting or crochet project. From modular squares to ruffles and ruching, you'll learn how to take those knit and purl stitches...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by AnnieB on Sep 1, 2010
    Filed under: Video, Lace, Kristin Omdahl, Spinning, eunny jang, zontee hou, Knitting, Interweave Knits, felting, www.knittingdaily.com, how to, techniques, free patterns, Yarn, patterns, Knit, Knits, tips, designers, crochet, easy, decreasing, fashion, Adina Klein, Cardigan, sweater construction, Barry Klein, Trendsetter Yarns, making lace, domino knitting
  • Episode 507 Preview

    On this episode of Knitting Daily TV , host Eunny Jang and experts Kristin Omdahl and Shay Pendray explore heirloom needlecraft traditions. You'll learn time-tested techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation. Getting Started Do you need to fix holes or weak spots in your...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by AnnieB on Sep 1, 2010
    Filed under: Video, Lace, Kristin Omdahl, Spinning, eunny jang, zontee hou, Knitting, Interweave Knits, embellishing, Knitter, felting, www.knittingdaily.com, how to, techniques, free patterns, Knitters, Yarn, Knit, Knits, tips, designers, crochet, easy, books, knitted, vests, fashion, Adina Klein, Cardigan, crocheted, Veronik Avery
  • Episode 504 Preview

    Getting Started Eunny shows three ways to knit a hat in the round: on douple-pointed needles (DPNs), on circular needles, and using the magic loop method. Download these tips and others from series 500 . Sponsored by Interweave . The Rose Window yellow beret seen in this episode is featured in the Spring...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by AnnieB on Sep 1, 2010
    Filed under: Video, Kristin Omdahl, Spinning, eunny jang, zontee hou, Jarod Flood, Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knitter, felting, www.knittingdaily.com, techniques, free patterns, Knitters, Yarn, Knit, Knits, tips, designers, crochet, hats, easy, decreasing, afghans, edgings, WEBS, books
  • Essential Cardigan

    An easy knitted cardigan is worked in pieces and seamed. Set-in sleeves and shoulder shaping, along with cropped sleeves and a wide asymmetrical buttonband make for subtle refinement in a simple sweater. Designer Laura Grutzeck Finished Size 33 (35, 36¼ , 40¾ , 44, 48¼ )" bust...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Apr 23, 2010
    Filed under: Easy, Set-In Sleeves, #3 - Light, Seaming, V-neck, Cardigan, Interweave Knits, Laura Grutzeck, Jacket, Shoulder shaping, Sweaters, Interweave Knits Summer 2010, asymmetrical, buttonband
  • Embroidered Apron

    An easy knitted apron with embroidery on the skirt. An adjustable tie makes this a one-size-fits-all project. Practice your embellishment skills with chain stitch, stem stitch, daisy stitch, and cross stitch embroidery, all in a washable cotton yarn. Designer Cecily Glowik MacDonald Finished Size 18"...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Sep 15, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, Cecily Glowik Macdonald, #2 - Fine, Skirts, Backward-Loop Cast-On, Interweave Knits, home, Three-needle bind-off, Interweave Knits Weekend 2009, Apron, Embroidery, Embellishment
  • Equestrian Blazer

    Designer Kate Gilbert Finished size 32½ (36, 40, 44, 48, 52)" bust circumference, buttoned. Jacket shown measures 36". Yarn Rowan Scottish Aran Tweed (100% wool; 186 yd [170 m]/100g): #013 claret 5 (6, 7, 7, 8, 9) balls. Yarn distributed by Westminster Fibers. Needles Size 6 (4 mm):...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Sep 1, 2009
    Filed under: Women, Easy, #4 - Medium, Set-In Sleeves, Plus Sizes, Plus Size, Cardigan, Interweave Knits, Kate Gilbert, Jacket, Interweave Knits Winter 2006
  • Elfin Hat and Scarf Set

    Designer Cathy Carron Yarn Knit One, Crochet Too Camelino (90% merino, 10% camel; 109 yd [100 m]/50 g): #256 lipstick (red). Hat: 3 skeins. Scarf: 3 skeins.
    Posted to Patterns by Rebecca on Jun 10, 2009
    Filed under: Women, Cathy Carron, Easy, #4 - Medium, Hats, Scarves and Belts, Interweave Knits, Interweave Knits Fall 2007
  • El Sol Pullover

    Designer Jennifer L. Appleby Finished Size 34 (38, 42, 46, 50)" chest circumference. Sweater shown measures 34". Yarn Louet MerLin Worsted (70% merino, 30% linen; 156 yd [143 m]/100 g): #35 mustard (MC), 8 (9, 10, 10, 12) skeins; #57 French blue (CC), 1 skein. Needles Size 7 (4.5 mm): 24"...
    Posted to Patterns by Rebecca on May 13, 2009
    Filed under: Women, Easy, Pullover Sweaters, #4 - Medium, Seamless Yoke, Plus Size, Interweave Knits, Interweave Knits Winter 2007, Jennifer L. Appleby
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