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“This little beanie is knit flat and sideways. It’s all garter stitch and an easy way to try out short rows. Very satisfying knitting as you’re always decreasing and there are lots of milestones to make you feel like you’re making progress.”

FREE WORSTED “This little beanie is knit flat and sideways. It’s all garter stitch and an easy way to try out short rows. Very satisfying knitting as you’re always decreasing and there are lots of milestones to make you feel like you’re making progress.

Ravelry: Starry Noggin pattern by Amy Duncan

Ravelry: Starry Noggin pattern by Amy Duncan

Chic, an adult version of this pattern is here.

Chic, an adult version of this pattern is here.

Colorful Corner Blanket | Purl Soho

There’s a loud hush that falls over the city with the first big snow of the year. The sounds of trucks and sirens are dampened; people’s voices are library-quiet. Here in New York, we’re still waiting

Latticework Wrap | Purl Soho

Latticework Wrap | Purl Soho

Four Points Baby Blanket in Super Soft Merino | Purl Soho

Four Points Baby Blanket in Super Soft Merino | Purl Soho

This easy garter-stitch blanket is based on the washcloth pattern our grannies used to make. There is a picot edge to dress it up, but you can leave it unadorned if you like. The washcloth, tied up with a bar of soap, makes a nice shower or housewarming gift. For a grown-up throw or afghan just keep on knitting! For DK version, you will need 920 yards of yarn and US 6 needles; for worsted weight version, you will need 900 yards of yarn and US 8 needles; for chunky-weight version, you will…

This easy garter-stitch blanket is based on the washcloth pattern our grannies used to make. There is a picot edge to dress it up, but you can leave it unadorned if you like. The washcloth, tied up with a bar of soap, makes a nice shower or housewarming gift. For a grown-up throw or afghan just keep on knitting! For DK version, you will need 920 yards of yarn and US 6 needles; for worsted weight version, you will need 900 yards of yarn and US 8 needles; for chunky-weight version, you will…