Cat and Kitten Knitting Patterns
Free Knitting Pattern for Yinyang Kitty Socks - Toe-up ankle socks with a kitty chart on the toe and foot and a simple short-row heel. Designed by Geena Garcia
Unilintu is a triangular top-down shawl/scarf. The shape of the shawl is a horizontally wide and vertically shallow triangle. Alternating garter stitch and eyelet rows create a simple stripey texture.
Earthy Natural brown organic hand knit wool socks slippers for men Handmade to order
CAN BE MADE IN ANY SIZE. Contact me and do not forget to write your feet size!!! SOFT AND ELEGANCE organic brown color hand knitted unisex socks!! The unique designs and earthy colours bring joy of slippers every day, these unisex socks slippers are knitted from organic lithuanian wool yarn. They are very warm and cozy. Wool retains heat well, repel moisture and allows the body to breathe. Wool has healing properties, these socks perform micro massage, which improves blood circulation. It…
If you've always wanted to learn how to knit a hat, set your sights on the Wickerwork Hat. Complete with an adorable yarn pom pom, this easy knit hat pattern is perfect for young and old alike. Through the use of the simple knit and purl techniques, creating your perfect Wickerwork Hat should almost be a breeze. Make one just for you or multiples for the special people in your life. Whichever you choose, this knitted hat is sure to be a hit. With a pattern so beautiful, it might be hard…
Flow pattern by Andrea Rangel
Cozy up in Flow, a generous DK-weight shawl with dramatic lace edging and a sophisticated crescent shape. The loose gauge gives it beautiful drape, and the easy garter body creates a warm and inviting piece that’s casual enough for everyday wear.
Odds and Ends Kerchief
This pattern emerged after looking for ways to use up small scraps of yarn. The hoarder in me could not throw away those lengths of yarn after sewing up, particularly if it was yarn that had been hand-painted or perhaps was quite expensive. There are quite a few attractive scarves that use similar techniques; I would not claim to be the originator of this idea. However, what I wanted was a knitting stitch which allowed splashes of different colours from the odds of yarn to get mixed in with…