BOBBOL 2013 e-Patterns
All project patterns in the BOBBOL 2013 Series.
BOBBOL stands for Bits of Beads/Bits of Lace, and expands the popular Bits of Lace 2012 Series with additional types of small lace projects and the addition of projects for building skills in beading. Some projects are lace, some are beads, and some are both. There is something for everyone.
Learn to improve your lace knitting skills and learn bead knitting techniques with these small, doable projects. As a member of KnitHeartStrings, you get free access to tips, techniques & tutorials for any of these patterns you purchase.
Simple and beautiful lace for your neck. Adorn your neckline with a crescent of color and beads.
Give the gift of friendship with a heartfelt, hand-knitted beaded bracelet. The basic knit stitch and an easy bead knitting technique make Beading Hearts Friendship Bracelet quick and fun for even a beginning bead knitter.
Bells On My Toes is a festive holiday miniature sock for you to knit with beads and a bell. Simple beading techniques make this mini sock pattern quick to knit, and the results look impressive. I bet you won't be able to make just one!
Who can resist a dolly or teddy bear, especially one dressed in a lace shawl you've knitted?
– indulge yourself with easy elegance
Easy Elegance Mitts are easy to make, yet look so classy.
Perfect for the most avid kitty lovers -- this knitted lap cloth or hand towel features a cute lace cat motif.
Lace Doily Beret is knit in the style of a lace doily with a center start and repeating medallions. The beret is flattering and lightweight for fashionable wear without flattening your hairdo.
Tiny and adorable. This little beaded pumpkin will be the hit of your fall holiday decorating and entertaining.
Knit a miniature version of the red, white and blue U.S. flag. The lacy stripes and beaded stars symbolize the flag proudly waving in the breeze. The pattern instructions include a neat trick to carry the unused stripe color up each side without showing. No extra weaving in of ends! This is the updated version that contains both charted and written instructions.
Bring a little bit of knitting art into your kitchen, bath, or dining entertainment. Make this practical, small piece of flower-inspired "art" that you can use as a facecloth (pictured here in a boudoir gift basket), tabletop coaster/doily, or stylish kitchen dishcloth.
Pretty Awesome Yarn Pouch will give your yarn balls a pretty dress-up while protecting the yarn itself.
This preemie hat is simply knit flat back and forth on 2 needles. What is clever is in the finishing, where the seam is sewn to mimic the herringbone lace stitch, and thus appears to be "seamless". The pattern reveals the secret that makes this work. Your knitting friends won't believe that you didn't knit this hat circularly!