Yarn Bases: Traveller

Little Tangled Tendril

by Stephanie Lotven From Ravelry, “The Tangled Tendril Pullover is a classic sweater with a “twist.” This sweater uses traveling cables to create a large graphic design that is dramatic but easy to knit. Moss stitch is used inside the cables to create a simple texture that will highlight the depth of color in your …

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Night in Tunisia

By Therese Ross CarterAs described by the designer: ‘This scarf is pretty easy and can be made in one evening while watching your favorite show. Perfect for holiday gift giving. Night in Tunisia is a simple scarf made in Tunisian Crochet Simple Stitch finished in Broomstick Lace with added tassels. BEFORE you become intimidated, Ive …

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Aeschne

By Carol FellerAs described by the designer: ‘Simple and elegant, this sweater will look just perfect on your little man–small or big! Knit in the round from the bottom up, the sleeves are joined at the yoke which is then knit flat in rows. Finally the button placket is worked to finish the sweater.’

Dragon Flames

By Carol FellerAs described by the designer: ‘This cardigan takes full advantage of the beautiful gradient yarns currently being produced by hand dyers. Worked from the center of the back out the zigzag stitch pattern allows the colors to blend together. The front uses short rows to turn the corner, creating a wonderful curved front …

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Burkhardt Wristers

By Tanis GrayAs described by the designer: ‘Knit in one piece from the cuff up, these cabled wristers will make you an aficionado in cabling, reading cable charts and thumb gussets. Worked in Dragonfly Fibers gorgeous handdyed superwash DK Traveller yarn, youll be able to get two sets out of one hank.’

Crete

By Nell ZiroliAs described by the designer: ‘A classic topdown raglan jacket – simply shaped reversible fabric with a slight A-line body and overlapped front. Cretes design is perfect for balancing hand-dyed yarn variations. Nearly every stitch is a knit as you alternate skeins from opposite ends, every two rows.’

Travelling to Infinity Cowl

By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘This cowl was designed and knit during an unexpected trip to Canadas far North. My sister-in-law asked for an infinity scarf for Christmas, and I needed something that didnt need a lot of attention to knit while being otherwise occupied. It is knit in the round and is …

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Travelling to Infinity Mitts

By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘These mitts were designed as a companion to the Travelling to Infinity Cowl and Hat, which were designed and knit during an unexpected trip to Canadas far North. Theyre completely reversible if youre careful about how you weave in your ends. The mitts are 7 circumference and stretch …

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Popover

By Phyll LagermanAs described by the designer: ‘Pick your favorite DK weight yarn and show it off with this fun to knit cowl. Once you get going you dont even have to count. Its perfect as a take along project for road trips, sporting events, TV knitting and family events. It is also most relaxing. …

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Travelling to Infinity Hat

By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘This hat was designed as a companion for the Travelling to Infinity Cowl, designed and knit on an unexpected trip to Canadas far North. It is knit in the round and completely reversible and customizable. Approximately 20 circumference, stretches to 24.5.’