This yarn pak includes a 600 yard center-pull ball of Jaggerspun Zephyr wool/silk in your choice of colors. The center-pull ball is cradled in a squishy mesh sleeve that helps keep it tamed while you knit. Afterwards, you can use the mesh sleeve when washing small delicate items or keeping socks sorted.
This yarn is a favorite for lacy scarves and shawls. Also for Luxury Lace Socks as shown. (e-pattern available separately)
Believe it or not, this little oak leaf is a bit of lace edging. The design features an interesting lace edging construction built around an I-cord stem.
Companion reference books are a great way to keep crafting tips and techniques right at your fingertips. Whether you can't remember a cast-on method, need help when your fiber won't draft, or even want to add a bead to your project, the companion guides offer fundamental basics to advanced resources for your crafting needs.
Alhambra Arches Lace Stole e-Pattern
Beaded lace borrows inspiration from the stunning architecture of the famous Alhambra castle in Spain.
Here are a stocking to hold Santa's offerings and a wee look-alike mini-sock ornament for the tree to keep it company.
Peaks and Valleys Scarf e-Pattern
Narrow panels of lace play counterpoint against the zig-zagging path of variegated color along this scarf. Easy to knit on just a few stitches, and enjoyable to wear in a variety of ways.
Beaded Shamrocks Socks e-Pattern
Celebrating St. Patrick's day and Springtime - shamrocks and the promise of faith. Legend has it that St. Patrick used the shamrock to communicate the doctrine of the Trinity. The three leaves combine to make a single plant, just as the Father, Son and Holy Ghost combine to make the holy Trinity.