How cute is this FREE Beanie pattern from The Chesapeake Needle? Made with one skein of Blacker Tamar DK, the pattern is perfect for men or women, and makes an amazing gift!
Download the free pattern from Lindsey's Ravelry Page here, or for .25 on her Etsy page here. Through the end of April, 2017, we are offering 10% off Blacker Tamar DK with the code "darcybeanie10." Enjoy this free pattern made in a luxurious and beautiful yarn!
Haps are a particularly warm and simple shawl, usually associated with the Shetland Islands. The word Hap itself is simply Scottish for shawl or wrap. While fine lace shawls are also associated with the Shetland Islands, it is the humble Hap that I think of most often when I think of Shetland shawls. Traditionally, Haps were knitted with a construction technique that began with a central square, usually knitted back and forth. From there, a border was knitted in the round, encompassing the middle square. This method of construction is still associated with most Shetland lace shawls and the more...
The Chocolate Tweed Cowl is a pretty, easy project that can be worked in a variety of colors. I made mine in three shades of Cedar House Yarns' Sapling Sock: Smoked Porter, Bark, and Cervidae. Worked together, they look like a pretty, striped tweed.
Try out this lovely free project for yourself. Download it and have fun!
There are many sock patterns on the internet, and I know how hard it is to choose the right pattern for your feet and be sure they'll fit. That's why I love this Infinitely Adjustable Sock Pattern. This pattern, if made exactly as written, will fit most women's feet. Because the foot and leg are ribbed, they will stretch to hug skinny ankles or wider calves. I have made them in medium for myself, and for my teenage son, just by knitting the foot on his socks a bit longer. These pretty yellow socks are made in Cedar House Yarns' Sapling...
Looking for a quick, pretty project to make that will keep you warm and also look gorgeous? Try our FREE pattern for Candy Stripe Mitts!
Candy Stripe Mitts are made from Eden Cottage's Askham, a beautifully soft mix of baby alpaca and silk. Askham feels like it's made from little clouds of softness, and these mitts show off the gorgeous, saturated colors while surrounding your hands in warm, light squish!
The pattern is easy, if you've done any color work before. You'll have enough yarn leftover to make a second pair in contrasting colors. Download it today and have fun!