Shaped like a tornado, the Tornado Hat features a foldover garter stitch brim and traveling stitches winding around the body of the hat. The traveling stitches evolve into a spiraling braid that hangs like a natural ponytail, making this a great option for a chemo hat.
Recommended Yarn: Wisdom Yarns Poems Worsted Weight (2 skeins)
Knitted in Blue Heron Rayon Metallic, this lovely shawl would be perfect for an evening stroll in Madrid or Barcelona, or an evening out wherever you may be. The pattern features top down shaping, a simple lace repeat for the border, and a picot cast off.
Recommended yarn: Blue Heron Rayon Metallic, 1 skein (550 yards)
A scalloped edge and all-over lattice stitch give these mittens a rich and dainty look worthy of the lady of the manor.
Recommended Yarn: 3 Irish Girls Springvale Worsted (1 skein)
Our 2nd in the series of "Crazy Lazy Rib Hats," this pattern uses an unusual stranding method in which the background stitches are purled and the foreground stitches are knit. Increases and decreases are used to create the distinctive pattern of spots and rays.
Pattern Difficulty: Intermediate
Recommended Yarn: Kauni Effektgarn (one hat used approximately 1/2 of one 600g skein).
Half pi shaping and a feather-like lace stitch give this shawlette the appearance of outspread wings on a bird in flight.
Recommended Yarn: Interlacement's Inheritance, 1 skein.
A Canadian yarn and a famous Canadian garden are the inspiration behind this crescent shaped shawlette. The flower stitch looks crocheted, but it is cleverly knit by wrapping dropped stitches. The pattern gives a link to a video that teaches this unique stitch.
Recommended Yarn: Hand Maiden Sea Silk, 1 skein