Left of Center
Left of Center can be worn either as a wrap or scarf depending on your preference. What sets this apart from being just a simple rectangle, however, is a playful asymmetrical design. Easy garter stitch is broken up by a simple - yet beautiful - texture.
Five Ways to Neatly Bind Off the Last Stitch | 10 rows a day
You’ve probably noticed that no matter how careful we are when we bind off stitches, the last stitch is always too big. It creates an unsightly hole at the very end of the bind off edge and pushes the edge upwards. I’m not exactly sure why it happens (it probably has something to do with … Five Ways to Neatly Bind Off the Last Stitch Read More »
Usonian is a contemporary striped shawl with a striking combination of textured and lace stitch patterns.The asymmetrical triangular shaping begins with just a few stitches which then flow into striations of eyelets, garter bands, striped ribbing, twisted stitches on reverse stockinette and a woven ribbons lace border.
Hemisphere Knitting pattern by Lynnette Hulse
Hemisphere is a two colour, double knit hat that transforms the wearer's head into a globe of the earth.Inspired by my husband’s love of cartography, Hemisphere is worked in the round from the brim up and uses charted map projections to simultaneously achieve the globe effect and head shaping.This pattern is intended to be worked in complimenting colourways of Malabrigo Twist, personal colour choice highlighting or subduing the globe effect. Extra warm because of its two Aran weight layers…
Triple Shawl pattern by Caroline Wiens
This fun shawl is knitted sideways from tip to tip, the shape is made with increases, short rows and decreases. It knits up fast with bigger needles and garter stitches, one side with stripes in two colors and the other in one color. The middle part is knitted in an easy but interesting lace pattern. The tassels complete the look and also adds a little weight that helps keep this squishy and light shawl in place. Wear it over your shoulders for an elegant look, draped loosely around your…
Free For All Cowl - Free Knitting Pattern
Photos above © advilhauer What beautiful knitting cowl pattern! I found it on Ravelry. Cowl knit flat in a zigzag eyelet pattern that looks great with variegated yarn. Uses one skein (200 - 225 yards) of Worsted/DK weight yarn. Length and width easily customizable. Written instructions. Designed by Jen Peck. Download Pattern: Free For All Cowl
Free Pattern #11: The Marcelle Wrap - Littlechurch
Welcome back to Free Pattern Friday, a fresh, new, free pattern every week! This week's offering is the simple yet feminine Marcelle Wrap.