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Free Knitting Pattern L10163 Cable Twist Hat & Scarf Set. Gina Brown's - Knitting Yarns & Classes. Scottpilgrimhat3.pdf (application/pdf Object) JG95896914.PDF (application/pdf Object) How ’bout a Nightcap? Here’s a fun little pattern to embellish your gifts of spirits for the New Year. These sweet little stocking caps look adorable perched atop bottles of all kinds. Knit them in the round with small amounts of scrap yarn in about 30 minutes, then pat yourself on the back for avoiding buying another expensive, throw-away bow! Materials: 3.5 mm double pointed needles (US size 4) small amount DK to worsted yarn Instructions: CO 15 loosely and join in the round being careful not to twist stitches P 4 rows K 12 rows (K2tog, k3) around K 3 rows (K2tog, K2) around K 7 rows (K2tog, K1) around K 14 rows k2tog around k 10 rows cut yarn and thread through remaining stitches.

Fasten off. Happy 2012 to you, Crafty Friends! Download How ’bout a Nightcap PDF Pattern © Copyright 2011 Simply Notable Fine Print: We are absolutely flattered that our crafty friends would want to make cute items from our original copyright patterns to sell in their online shops or brick and mortar stores.


Bandana Cowl. Working at Purl Soho, I have a front row seat to the parade of effortlessly chic people that give our neighborhood its renowned style. From here I can report that, for men and women alike, this season's prevailing trend in neckwear is the bandana. Jauntily tied around the neck, it tops off everything from Sunday's T-shirt and jeans to Friday's night-on-the-town dress! The bandana is a sassy, casual touch that suggests that the wearer possesses an innate stylishness. It's the perfect accessory for those cool mornings when you've hit snooze a few too many times and need to turn "thrown-together-in-a-rush" into "casually glamourous"! My Bandana Cowl is inspired by my desire to make "effortlessly chic" even more effortless. I was so excited to create something with the same freshness as the tied bandana but without the fiddly aspect of actually having to tie anything!

The Materials This cowl uses approximately 100 - 130 yards and would be stunning made out of many of Purl Soho's yarns. Gauge. Incognito cowl - Knitty: Winter 2009. Mellow version: With smaller circular and CC1, loosely cast on 56[60, 64] st. Place marker and join, being careful not to twist. Knit 9 rounds. Switch to larger circular and MC, purl 1 round. Knit rounds even until cowl measures 7[8, 9] inches from purl round. Switch to smaller circular and CC1, purl 1 round.

Tangy version: With smaller circular and CC1, cast on 56[60, 64] st using provisional cast on. Place marker and join, being careful not to twist. Switch to larger circular and MC, purl 1 round. Carefully remove scrap yarn from cast on edge and place live stitches onto smaller circular. Switch to smaller circular and CC1, purl 1 round. Pottery Barn Knit Hack | Knits for Life. You always walk through stores remarking to yourself “Pshaw… I could make that!”

But how often do go home and prove it? Here’s a free project I created to help you restore that balance and make your holiday hostess and guests squeal with delight. It’s a knit hack of one of Pottery Barn’s wine bottle accessories, a teeny hat and scarf. They sell it (probably machine made) for about $8. Now you can whip up a priceless hand made one with just half an ounce of yarn! Be sure to share your finished hacks on the pattern page over on Ravelry. Knits for Life Knit Hack! Pottery Barn product photo Pottery Barn Wine Bottle Accessory Knit Hack by Knits for Life Yarn: 0.55 oz (32 yd) Malabrigo Worsted Merino in Amoroso. Hat CO 24. Scarf CO8 1.K2, P4, K2 2.P2, K4, P2 3.K2, P4, K2 4-5. Have fun! Like this: Like Loading...