By Jennifer RaymondAs described by the designer: ‘Wear the cuff buttoned up for extra cover when its cold, or wear them unbuttoned for a fashionable statement: Lights Burn Blue are stylish either way! Choose some stunning buttons to be the highlight of these winter accessories. It is best to base the mittens on the hand […]
By Fatimah Hinds As described by the designer: ‘These striking mitts begin and end with a simple 1×1 ribbing. Thumb shaping is included to make them comfortable and well fitting. A charted and written motif on the body of the mitts is set on a reverse stockinette background. The mitts are mirror images of one
By Fatimah HindsAs described by the designer: ‘ The Abstract Miter is a play on a classic knit pattern: the mitered square. The blanket begins with a square and is then mitered using the top and picked up stitches along one side. The final 2 colors are knit at right angles to each other giving
By Jolene Mosley As described by the designer: ‘Easy to work cable fingerless (mitt) glove pattern. The yarn can be either dk or worsted weight yarn and come out nicely. Working in worsted weight will create a squishy warmer fabric, working in dk weight will give a more drape in the fabric. Changes in size
By Stephannie Tallent As described by the designer: ‘The pretty lace cuff, with contrast color edging, segues into a small peerie pattern. Next you get to work the stylized dragonfly motifs (back of hand & thumb gusset) and shell motif (palm). Simple ribbing, again with a contrast color edge, tops off the mitt and thumb.
By Rosi Garmendia As described by the designer: ‘You should have enough yarn in one skein of Djinni to make at least the scarf and mitts. Depending on your tension, you may have enough left over for the bonus headband. The scarf features a pocket so it can be worn as an ascot. The headband