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Your Common or Garden-Variety Prayer Shawl

Your Common or Garden-Variety Prayer Shawl

This is a dead easy triangular shawl in garter stitch for an absolute beginner.  All you need to know to do this project is casting on, knit, yarn over, and binding off.  145 more words


Linus Scarf/Shawl

Linus Scarf/Shaw

This is a lovely asymmetrical scarf/shawl pattern by Annett Cordes that I got from my blog-friend The Innocent Abroad. I’ve borrowed Annett’s picture of it, too, for the time being.  64 more words


Crochet Turban Headwarmer

One of the problems with knitting or crochet is the amount of yarn you end up with whenever you finish a project. What do you do with it? 301 more words


Not another late night post!

Well, actually, yes it is!

I present to you the (almost) finished Groovy blanket. Just the ends to weave in now.

I still have an overflowing bag of yarn and I think I could probably make two more blankets from what’s left!


Fair Knitting Semi-Disaster and a New Project

Our county fair was this weekend.  It’s a lot of fun.  We all three enter something so we can get exhibitor passes which allow us to go in and out all weekend.   417 more words


Tesla Headband: New Pattern Release

Are you ready for another $2 Stash-Buster? Use up leftover yarn to make yourself a lovely headband.

Tesla Headband is now available in my ravelry store. 43 more words


Trinity Shawl

Trinity Shawl

I called this shawl “Trinity” because it has three main, wedge-shaped sections and a three-stitch border along the long edge.  It is a semicircular garter tab shawl that is a great project for beginning knitters because, apart from the tricky garter tab bit, it uses only two stitches: the knit (K) stitch and the yarn over (yo) stitch.  840 more words