Bead Skinny Skarf is a play on words, reflecting on the fashion of cinching in a waist to look skinny. Bead Skinny gives the illusion of cinching the curvy lines of the faux eyelet cable with a pretty bead.
A bonus is pleasing reversibility thanks to how the ribbed texture surrounding the lozenges of eyelets and the beads are equally prominent on both the right side and wrong side.
Knitted with red yarn, these simple yet fascinating socks alternate blue and white beads in a simple knit and purl pattern. The stripes of beads in the cuff suggest the U.S. flag proudly waving in the breeze.
Dolly's Top-Down Tri Shawl e-Pattern
Who can resist a dolly or teddy bear, especially one dressed in a lace shawl you've knitted?
Beaded Lace II Scarf e-Pattern
Knitted-in beads enhance the contours of a simple to knit swirly lace rectangular scarf. Only three pattern rows produce this lovely design!
Supplies Pak for Tea-Time Serviette (does not include pattern)
This supplies pak includes 5/2 Tencel thread and white pearl ceylon beads to make one Tea-time Serviette, the April KAL project. The Pak also includes floss threader to string beads and a giant tea bag for dyeing (if you want to). NOTE: PATTERN NOT INCLUDED. Please purchase downloadable e-Pattern separately.
Modern Romance Socks e-Pattern
Here's a stitch that curves and meanders but still remains true...not unlike affairs of the heart.
by Catherine Wingate; edited by Jackie E-S
Beaded Basketweave Scarf and Anklets Ensemble e-Pattern
The interplay of the knit-purl basketweave texture and beaded knitting makes this a fun-knit project. The stitch pattern used for the center portion of the scarf is a slip-stitch pseudo ribbing that gives an extra-soft cushion of comfort around your neck. Split-cuff anklets can be worn with the split either to outer or inner sides of ankles.