Irish Mesh Cowl

Irish Mesh Cowl in Ash

Hello! Hope everyone is doing well. These past few days have been very cold here in the south with temps dipping below freezing. With the frigid weather, I went out last night after work and got some firewood to make a fire. It was the first one this season! It was absolutely amazing. There’s nothing …

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Woven Diagonal Stitch

Woven Diagonal Stitch

  The Woven Diagonal stitch is a knitted pattern made to resemble weaving which runs diagonally across the work. Done in a multiple of 6 stitches plus 2 and is a 6-row repeat, this stitch is perfect for edge-work and accents for all types of knitting projects! Blocking is recommended for optimal results. Pattern Skill: intermediate …

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Chevron Stitch

Chevron Stitch

  The Chevron stitch is a unique stitch which better resembles traditional weaving than it does knitting. The slipped stitches create chevron patterns throughout the entire project. Knitted in a multiple of 10 stitches plus 2 and a 26-row repeat. Don’t let the 26 rows intimidate you, this pattern is guaranteed to knit up faster …

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Knitted Sock Giraffe

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Hi everyone! Knitting season is in full swing and I have several WIPs (work-in-progress) stashed in various parts of the apartment. With that said, I’m ecstatic to let you all know that I have finished my first Christmas gift of the season! I know, I know, all you non-knitters are probably thinking, “Christmas gift? It’s …

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Crescent Stitch

Crescent Stitch

  The Crescent Stitch is a cable stitch that is 6-row repeat and is knitted in a multiple of 3 stitches plus 2. The stitch requires a series of C3L and C3R techniques as well as rows of knits and purls. The Crescent Stitch will add uniqueness to your work that will have people wondering …

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Dash Stitch

Dash Stitch

The Dash stitch is an easy stitch that requires basic increase and decrease techniques to achieve. This stitch is done in a 4-row repeat and in a multiple of 2 stitches. The Dash stitch is an easier alternative to the Tiny Bobbles stitch and its easy pattern makes it perfect for TV knitting. Great for all …

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