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Designed by Katie Green. Matching unisex beanie and scarf with cables. Scarf can be joined to form a cowl. Designed by Nadya Kalakina. Rows of garter stitch eyelets give a simple touch of style to this matching set of scarf and fingerless mitts. The scarf is rated very easy by Ravelrers and the designer says it is suitable for beginners.
The mitts are also rated as easy but are knit in the round Designed by Megan Goodacre. This ultimate cabled set includes matching hat, scarf, gloves, and socks..
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Designed by Bernat Design Studio. Matching infinity scarf and fingerless armwarmers featuring braided cables on seed stitch. Designed by Sandy L. Harris for Red Heart. Matching lace hat and scarf pattern also has a video tutorial. Designed by Brooke Nelson. Looks great in multi-color yarn.
There is also a matching hat pattern on the page. This matching slouchy hat and fingerless mitts are knit with easy slip stitch colowork. The design from Premier Yarns is inspired by Downton Abbey. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Flowing lace pattern on matching beanie hat and buttoned neckwarmer. Designed by Universal Yarn Design Team. Quick knit in bulky yarn. Matching lace headband and fingerless mitts with optional flower.
This matching set uses 3 colors but no more than 2 colors per row to create a plaid look. Designed by Jill Weber. Easy set features a one row repeat of a broken rib pattern for slouchy hat, fingerless mitts, and scarf. Quick knit in super bulky yarn. Garter stitch stripes combined with gradient yarn create a colorful cowl or infinite scarf with matching fingerless mitts. Designed by Cloud House Studio. Matching avaiator style earflap hat and fingerless mitts with cables. Matching beanie and fingerless mitts featuring Celtic cables. Cable patterns are both fully written out and charted. Designed by Rae Blackledge for Willow Yarns.
Looks great in multi-color yarn! This retro styled headband is knitted flat, seamed, and finished with an additional piece for the tie. The mitts are also knit flat and seamed. Get the free knitting pattern. Designed by Chemknits, this is a great use for leftover yarn — you can use up to 5 different colors! Chemknits also has matching patterns for mittens and hat.
The unique combination of garter stitch and rib makes this set reversible so you have two looks in one.
This matching hat and neckwarmer feature a twin leaf lace pattern. Designed by Rosemary Romi Hill. This matching reversible scarf and hat features a single reversible cable on a diagonal texture background. Designed by Amy Gunderson. Set of matching slouchy beanie and fingerless mitts with stranded colorwork. Designed by Pam Powers. One skein of DK yarn makes both hat and cowl in this set. Herringbone and knit stitches create a striking texture contrast in this set, and the loose knit of the hat body makes it the perfect hat shape for many heads.
Despite its appearance, this matching set with neck warmer, wristers and beanie is knitted with only 2 strands of yarn: Striking striped set with colorwork cuff. Available as Digital Download or Paperback. Slipstitch patterns make this colorwork easy. Three skeins of yarn is enough for the small hat, the medium hat, and the cowl if you change up the main colors. Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable.
Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter! If you need one more thing to stuff a stocking or for under the tree, then check out these ideas for projects that use Super Bulky yarn.
You might notice that most of these projects are hats and other small accessories. That is no accident! All of these should be quick knits. I have had a few folks come into the shop lately with this pattern on their mind. The designer was inspired by the cowl worn by Claire Randall on the series Outlander.
It is knit with two strands of extra bulky yarn held together on a 25 mm needle, so it is extra, extra, extra big. Two full twists in the cowl makes it hang just so, and so big it can be pulled over you head as a hood or over your shoulders as a capelet. This pattern features a provisional cast on and kitchener stitch to seam it together, but you could omit these details if you are an inexperienced knitter.
The name says it all! There is also a version for adults which can be found HERE. The designer says you can easily finish the kids version in an hour. Find this free pattern HERE. Bonnie Beret by Rachel Oglesby. This pattern is only 9 rounds long. Imagine how quick that must be to make. The pattern is free and you can find it HERE. Extra chunky yarn shows off the different textures in this hat. Hats are just the ticket for fast knitting. This pattern is a free one and you can find it HERE. This is a nice thick hat that resembles an acorn. Knit it in two tones like the picture shows to accentuate the acorn effect, or all in one colour.
Find this pattern for sale HERE. Meathead Hat by Larissa Brown.
I love the pocket in this hat! You can find the pattern HERE.
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Knit Headband and Knit Headband Too! That is all the knit suggestions for this year. We would love to know about them. Tagged 1 week till Christmas , christmas knitting , free patterns , knitted gifts , knitting patterns for Christmas gifts , super bulky yarn pattern , things to knit for Christmas.
Hat, Scarf, and Mitt Sets Knitting Patterns
We start with 6 weeks of knit time before December 25, and then every week we post more. This post will make suggestions for stitchery in fingering sock weight yarn. We still have a good amount of time to knit or crochet a fine project with time to spare before Christmas. Many of these patterns despite their call for fine yarn are decently small and should work up pretty fast. It is an asymmetrical scarf that explores fun with colour. I have worn our scarf sample whilst in the shop and feeling a little chilly and I am a very big fan. It is a lovely, light neck warmer with wonderful drape.
Terrific for Spring or Fall, great for an accessory piece worn indoors and wonderful to layer with bigger scarves when the world gets colder. Infant Mittens by The Purl Bee. Everything miniature is cute! This pattern is free HERE. After Thought Heel Socks by Juju. You knit the sock tube, cuff to toe and then add on the heel after. A toe-up pattern with great how-to pictures can be found HERE. Unicorn Stripes by Antonia Shankland. A scarf in all the colours of the rainbow.
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Thanks to our friends mini skeins you can get a bit of this colour with a bit of that colour to make this scarf. Madelinetosh has just released a curated selection of colours of small skeins in her Merino Light yarn. She calls them Unicorn Tails for obvious reasons. Iwona has just unpacked them today!!!! Spatterdash Wristwarmers by Dagmar Mora. These fancy mitts are bound to make any lovely ladies you know very happy. They are so pretty and elegant. Knit and wrapped around the hand the lacework is knit flat, and looks so great in hand dyed yarn!
If the Spatterdash mittens are too fancy, how about a cute option for hand warmers, ones that look like raccoons maybe. These adorable mitts are sized from a 2 year old size to adult sizes. You can purchase the pattern HERE. Simple Garter Stitch Slippers by handepande. Alternatively you could use a single strand of worsted weight yarn. These simple cozy slippers have a crochet detail so the pattern is suitable for knitters who know a wee bit of crochet.
This pattern is free and you can find it HERE. This pretty scarf pattern has a lovely eyelet pattern.
Winter-Hat with Mitts
I love this simple shawl. It is almost all garter stitch with a subtle eyelet detail in a complimentary colour. I really prefer shawl and scarf patterns to be reversible and this one is! You can purchase this pattern HERE. This very simple style looks so refined and is easy to take on and off baby. It is sized newborn, month. Perhaps you know a new Mom or Dad who needs something to warm their newborn.
It is a free pattern too! Next week we will showcase some projects with DK and sport weight yarns, until then get those needles working. You have 6 weeks to go! Tagged 6 weeks till Christmas , baby sweater patterns , christmas knitting , free crochet patterns , free knitting patterns , free patterns , mitten patterns , patterns for fingering weight yarn , scarf patterns , slipper patterns.
So much time to make instant gratification gifts. Here are some goodies that take less than yards of yarn and will be done giffy-quick! Natalie did a wonderful job designing this one-skein pattern. P inwheel Purse by Frankie Brown. Takes way under yards and could be made of leftovers from sock projects past. I love how sweet and sturdy this little fellow looks. Takes — yards of worsted weight. I love how these mittens look in this colourful yarn.
Get a similar look from Noro Silk Garden. The pattern is free. Knit Headband by The Knit Cafe. Takes 83 — yards or Aran Weight held double or half that much Bulky Weight single stranded. This is a brand new pattern just published this week! Read all about this easy-peasy knit and get the pattern for free HERE. Cable Braided Necklace by Olajazzy. I urge you to have a look at this pattern just to bear witness to the clever and simple construction.
You may do so with no impediment as it is free HERE. Chaussons Mignon by Pruline. These super-sweet, little bootlets fit a new born and the pattern is free HERE. The designer says that this garment will fit most children between months of age. A useful cozy for this time of the year.
Posts Tagged ‘Russian mitten’
Takes 73 — yards of Worsted or Aran weight. To fit head sizes: The smaller the head the smaller the yardage! She says she likes how it fits over his ears. You can find the pattern HERE for 2. Takes a small bit of yarn. The pattern suggests DK and 3. Sure do hope this last week till Christmas, is full of knit success!
Remember to pick out your Holiday-Knitting Project Too! Once all the madness of knitting for others is accomplished, you will no doubt want to kick back with some eggnog and do some knitting meant for the knitter. Tagged 1 week till Christmas , christmas knitting , free patterns , knit gifts , knitting patterns for Christmas gifts , last minute gifts knitting patterns.
Bon chance with the gift knitting everyone! Leave a comment Posted in Make it! A really glamorous yarn would make this design shine!. New Born Vertebrae Kelly Brooker. This pic of the sweater, knit by Ellen was made with hand dyed, self striping Turtlepurl yarn. The stripes come out just perfectly in this sweater and you never have to change yarns to make it happen. Vintage Prim by Andrea Mowry.
This is a really lovely and very unique hat.