Turning tradition upside down — This small, simple shawl is designed to learn and practice neck-down construction and basic techniques for making a Faroese shawl in the traditional style — except upside down! Instructions for 3 variations are included. The size is suitable for 18" dolls and teddy bears, making it a delightful gift for a lucky doll or teddy bear lover!
Knit this little sachet bag that starts with an easy 8-row lace edging. Filled with your favorite potpourri scents, it makes a delightful addition to your lingerie drawer or sweater shelf.
Grafting an Invisible Join (PDF article)
This Tips & Techniques article includes step-by-step details to invisibly seam the lace edging for the Lace Edged Doily using Stockinette Kitchener Stitch. The tips are also helpful for anytime you do Kitchener Stitch.
Flames of Fall Stole e-Pattern
Delight yourself with the color and texture of Flames of Fall. Beads and flames of lace endue a soft glow of warmth in this pleasingly reversible stole.
Little Beaded Pumpkin e-Pattern
Tiny and adorable. This little beaded pumpkin will be the hit of your fall holiday decorating and entertaining.
Spring Raindrops e-Pattern
Sparkly beads glisten like raindrops, greeting the awakening of Spring's first leaves.
Red Hots Anklets e-Pattern
Red Hots Anklets are named after the small nuggets of popular cinnamon-flavored candy. The pattern stitch incorporates wrapped stitches to simulate the candy nuggets.
Note the instep detail. The ribbing around leg and across instep provides a good fit.