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Mystery Hat

by Lee Louise

If you knit, you know that these days many of the new knitting patterns are rendered in chart form. Being a math major, charts make sense to me, and I use them faithfully, referring to the written instructions only minimally. 312 more words

double chain cast on

an alternative to an I-Cord Cast On – great look!

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Knitting With Beads

Last summer, I explored surface design with polymer clay by experimenting with metallic dye and paint.  This summer, I cracked the cover of Betsy Hershberg’s… 251 more words

A new dish towel...

Hey there!

I finally finished my new dish towel and you can find the pattern  here!

I added an I-cord edge to the towel to give it a more finished look.  26 more words

Alternative I-Cord Bonnet Ties

For those of you who want to knit any of my bonnet patterns but don’t want the threaded ribbon ties, I’ve designed an alternative knitted I-Cord finishing which can be substituted for the neck band in any of my bonnet patterns. 281 more words


First Leaves of Spring, and A Discussion of I-Cord Bind-Off Techniques

First Leaves of Spring, and A Discussion of I-Cord Bind-Off Techniques

Did you know there are at least three different ways to bind-off with an i-cord edge? 335 more words


Reading Corner Thursday

This week’s vintage treat is Vintage Knit Knacks by Sue Culligan. In this book Ms. Culligan takes vintage items and recreates them in modern terms. One project in particular which caught my eye is the Necklace on page 20 made up of I-cord. 64 more words