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.
Here are a stocking to hold Santa's offerings and a wee look-alike mini-sock ornament for the tree to keep it company.
Luxury Lace Socks e-Pattern
These fine gauge luxury socks are designed especially for laceweight yarn. Knit them as an extra special treat for your feet.
Beaded Shamrocks Socks Kit (includes pattern)
This kit includes printed pattern instructions and all the high quality superwash wool/nylon yarns and Miyuki beads you need to knit a pair of Beaded Shamrocks Socks as shown through size large. A nylon collapsing eye needle to help you easily string the beads onto the yarn.
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.
Thong Socks e-Pattern
Split toe tabi socks to wear with thong sandals, or just because! Thong Socks have a split between the large toe and the rest of the sock, and are often referred to as tabi socks after the sewn version used in Japan.
Includes distinct shaping for right and left feet, with separate big toe. The resilient slipped stitch 3,2 cuff ribbing extends down foot, then completely around the instep and arch, to make these socks extra form-fitting and comfy.