Question: What to do when you have just one skein of luscious blue sky Worsted Cotton? Answer: Make a cowl of course. I couldn’t find a pattern so I wrote one. The pattern is named for the yarn colour which reminded me of old fashioned sugared almonds. Skill Level: Advanced beginner. The pattern ...
If you purchase 5 patterns from my Ravelry Store at the same time (add them all to your cart before you check out), the least expensive one will be free. This design is somewhat the little sister of my Open Waters Shawl. I was excited to try out the same stitch pattern with a much heavier weight yarn.
10 pages with pictures and video tutorials to learn how to knit this wonderful cowl! You can find the Pattern for adult size. Ideal for knitting a gift with love, and also very fast. MATERIALS: ... Do It Yourself patterns here in my Ravelry Store!
Since opening The Chesapeake Needle in September 2016, I have had quite a few different responses to my efforts from friends and family on the sidelines. From “You’re such an inspiration!” to “How do you find time to do everything?” to “You’re crazy… do you really think you can have a career as a knitter?”--I feel like I’ve heard it all.
Earn a discount of 10% when you put 3 or more of my patterns in your Ravelry shopping cart – 10% Rabatt, wenn Sie 3 oder mehr meiner Anleitungen in ihren Ravelry-Einkaufskorb legen (“add to cart”) Gradient yarns are fascinating, and the fun doubles when you use two of them together: The ...
The PDF also includes the pattern for the matching scarf. This pattern will show you how to make a simple textured cowl using the bean stitch. I made a double wrap cowl length, but you can easily customize it to make it shorter (a single wrap cowl) or longer (a full length scarf). For the single wrap, you’ll need just one skein of Ice Cream Yarn.
Ravelry makes it easy to find the pattern you’re looking for – and everyday I talk to people who don’t know how to use it. So here’s how to use Ravelry to find a crochet or knit pattern – you’ll love it! First things first of course – you need a Ravelry.com account! Don’t worry, it’s completely free.
This Biscuit Cowl Knitting Pattern is just one of the custom, handmade pieces you'll find in our patterns & how to shops. Ravelry: Biscuit cowl/infinity scarf by Bonnie Sennott Biscuit is an infinity cowl that’s worked in the round on a long circular needle. It requires no seaming or grafting. Decorative Edge Shawl and Scarf Knitting Patterns
If you would like to share your progress, please feel free to add your Ravelry Project Pages for each of the scarves you make! Each pattern post will include a specific pattern link to Ravelry so you can add your own project. Rhondda has put together a great tutorial on how to add projects to Ravelry, which you can find here.
I’m Aline, Skeinwalker, the knitwear designer behind Skeinwalker Knits. I took on knitting during my end-of-year vacation in 2013 and decided to knit the garments I wanted to wear but could not find in the stores. Since then, I have knit dozens of sweaters, cowls and shawls and I combine designing ...