Skinny Lace Scarf Pattern

Hello knitters!

As promised I have posted the pattern to the skinny lace scarf that I designed. This scarf is knitted using the ridged lace stitch giving it a ribbed look. I also used super chunky yarn which came with sparkles on it to give it a little glam.

Skinny Lace Scarf - Purl Avenue
Skinny Lace Scarf 2 - Purl Avenue

In my pattern I added tassels to my scarf, this is optional. Instead, you can add pom poms or just leave the scarf tassel-less or pom poms-less. Either way, I think you’ll be happy with the results.

Skinny Lace Scarf 3 - Purl Avenue

 

Materials

2 skeins of super bulky yarn (104 yards/95 meters each)
Size 15 (10mm)
Large crochet needle

Pattern

Cast on 8 sts.

Ridge Lace Stitch (multiple of 2 sts)
Row 1 (RS): k1, *yo, k2tog tbl; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 2: p1, *yo, p2tog; rep from * to last st, p1.

Repeat these two rows until scarf reaches approximately 65 inches (165cm) and bind off. Block if needed. My scarf curled a little so I steam blocked it.

(Optional): With a crochet needle, attach tassels.

There you have it, very simple! Feel free to comment here or on Facebook. I’d love to know how it turns out šŸ™‚


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Simple Baby Beanie Pattern

Hey knitters!

I’ve just finished my first knitted baby project. This beanie is designed for a newborn. So if you want to knit it for an older child feel free to adjust as needed.Ā It’s a very simple beanie done with ribbed and stockinette stitches.

This is what it looks like finished…

I knittedĀ a flower for my hat for that added flair. This is optional. Some other recommendations would be stripes or maybe you could add a pom pom.

For the middle part of the flower I simply made a big knot with my yarn.Ā To make a knitted flower I used Susan B. Anderson’s technique.

This is what my flower looks like when put together…

And the final product…..drum roll please……

Tada!

Materials
1 skein of medium weight yarn 50g (I recommend something very soft for a baby)
4 size 6 (4mm) DPN
Yarn needle

Gauge
6 sts=1 inch

Pattern
Cast on 66 sts. Divide sts evenly on three needles (22 sts per needle)

Ribbing
Rd 1-6: *K1, P1; rep from * to end of round.

Body
Knit until beanie reaches approximately 4″ (10.2cm) from cast on edge.

Cap Shaping
Rd 1: *K2tog; rep from * to end of round. (33 sts)
Rd 2: knit.
Rd 3: *K2tog; rep from * to last st, K1. (17 sts)
Rd 4: knit.
Rd 5: *K2tog; rep from * to last st, K1. (9 sts)
Rd 6: knit.
Rd 7: *K2tog; rep from * to last st, K1. (5 sts)

Cut yarn leaving an 8″ (20.5cm) tail and weave yarn through remaining sts. Pull tightly to close and weave in end.


Optional: attach flower.


See that wasn’t difficult and it’s quick too!


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Woven Cable Coffee Cup Sleeve Pattern

 

Hey knitters!

After a long and arduous week, the weekend is finally here. I’ve waited for this weekend for so long–yes, I am taking a week long vacation! Yay! To add to this, the next couple of days are supposed to be pleasant and beautiful šŸ™‚

With cool weather just around the corner this means that pumpkins, hot chocolate, andĀ chili season is to come.Ā If you’re like me, you are going to be making even more frequent visits to your local coffee shop for that certain beverage that will warm you to your toes.

So I’ve knitted something neat to accompany your coffee cups: knitted coffee cup sleeves! Check it out:

Starbucks has got nothin’ on this!
Just kidding….I love Starbucks!

It’s time to be environmentally friendly by knitting yourself a reusable coffee cup sleeve.

Materials
1 skein of medium weight yarn
Size 5 (3.75mm) needles
Yarn needle

Pattern
*Note: There are two ways you can cast on with this pattern. I’ve chosen to use a provisional cast on which leaves one end with live stitches where you can invisibly graft the two ends together at the end. Another option is to do a regular cast on technique and later sew the two ends together.

Cast on 28 sts.

Woven Cable Stitch
ROW 1: knit.
ROW 2 and every alternate row: K2, purl to last 2 sts, K2.
ROW 3: knit.
ROW 5: K2, *C8B; rep from * to last 2 sts, K2.
ROW 7: knit.
ROW 9: knit.
ROW 11: K6, *C8F; rep from * to last 6 sts, K6.
ROW 12: repeat ROW 2.
Repeat ROWS 1-12.

Continue until sleeve reaches approximately 9 inches (23cm). Bind off and sew two ends together or use Kitchener’s Stitch to graft two ends together.

Enjoy!

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Very Berry Scarf

Good afternoon!
Ever since yesterday I’ve been thinking about what my first project for this blog should be and I came up with this: Very Berry Scarf. This scarf is a great way to kick off the fall season!

This is my very own pattern, therefore, I don’t have a picture of the scarf yet. I am still in the process of knitting it and it is coming along quite beautifully. This pattern consists of two types of stitch patterns: berry stitch and stockinette.

Here is what a berry stitch looks like….

I apologize for the quality of these pics. I lost my camera a couple of months ago so these were taken on my phone.

Materials

6 skeins of 2 ply yarn (in this picture I used a wool/ fine alpaca blend)
Size 9 (5.5mm) needles
Pattern
Cast on 35 stitches. Knit first row.
Berry Stitch (multiple of 4 sts + 3)
Row 1 (RS): k1, (k1, k1 tbl, k1) into next st, *p3, (k1, k1 tbl, k1) into next st; repeat from * to last st, k1. [53 sts]
Row 2: k4, p3tog, *k3, p3tog; repeat from * to last 4 sts, k4. [35 sts]
Row 3: k1, p3, *(k1, k1 tbl, k1) into next st, p3; repeat from * to last st, k1. [53 sts]
Row 4: k1, p3tog, *k3, p3tog; repeat from * to last st, k1. [35sts]
Repeat Rows 1-4 until scarf is approximately 16″ from cast on edge.
Then repeat Row 1 and 2.
Stockinette
Row 1 (WS): purl.
Row 2: knit.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until stockinette portion measures approximately 12″. Then place these stitches on a stitch holder or spare needle. Now start on the second half of the scarf by repeating the same steps.
Joining The Two Sides
Use kitchener stitch to graft the two sides together and weave in the ends.
*Note: (k1, k1 tbl, k1) into next st is an increase technique. This step will increase your stitch by three.
Hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I do!
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