Project Ideas For Skein Top Draw Sock
Little Bit of Love pattern by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
This is the second pattern of the shawl book portion of my new eBook subscription (with patterns to be delivered over the course of the subscription)! This subscription has two parts: the shawl booklet and the workbook. This pattern is in the shawl book ONLY. It does not include technique instructions or the small projects and miniature shawls. You can purchase a bundle of the shawl eBook and the workbook for the reduced price of $34.
Vertices Unite pattern by Stephen West
Vertices Unite is a playful geometric shawl exploration filled with fun shaping techniques and lots of color. Increases, decreases, and short rows form the simple shapes. Each section is picked up and knit from the last section or worked as it is being joined to the other pieces like a puzzle so it is completely seamless. An I-cord border adds a crisp outline to the finished shawl. Grab a collection of fingering weight yarns and choose the sweet small size or a lusciously large wrap.
No Frills Cardigan pattern by PetiteKnit
No Frills Cardigan is an oversized cardigan that is worked top-down and shaped with raglan increases. It follows a seamless construction and requires very little finishing. The neck band is worked in rib st and it continues vertically into the front bands of the cardigan. Lastly, set-in pockets are worked on the front. It is worked holding the two suggested yarns together for extra warmth and color mixing. Its simple design makes it a really wearable, timeless piece.
Stormy Sky Shawl pattern by Ksenia Naidyon
Stormy Sky is a lightweight, asymmetrical shawl, it’s dynamic and modern. Knitted from the corner in a shape of a skewed triangle, it makes a great and fast project for that one very special skein of yarn. Alternation of sections creates nice texture and is rather easy to memorize. Tassels can be added to make corners look more polished.