This adorable owl hat is a quick project that’s perfect for your next weekend of knitting. Pattern for knit owl hat.
This lacey knit scarf is perfect to pair with your favorite outfit and you can wear this infinity scarf long, or short. So with multiple ways to wear it, it’s like getting 2 scarves from knitting one. Here’s the free pattern for you to enjoy.
A simple knit cowl is turned into something special with the addition of ruching. Grab this free pattern and enjoy knitting a beautiful cowl to go with your favorite jacket or outfit.
You’ll love the different looks you can create with this beautiful knit scarf. This challah infinity scarf intertwines different designs and can be worn as a long scarf, or wrapped to create a warm cowl. Knit Challah Infinity Scarf Pattern
This beautiful knit scarf is full of style and is the perfect accessory for any outfit. With detailing like ruffles and ruching that you don’t find in most patterns, this is a unique design that is sure to be fun to knit.
This cute drawstring bag is inspired by an old embroidery design. It’s the perfect size to use as a small bag when heading out for the night. Or, how about using it as the decorative cover to a vase or flower pot? The shape lets you easily place a vase inside it and then cinch the bag closed to hide the vase. Another option would be to use it as a doorstop. Knit the bag and then fill it with a small pillow, bean bag, or old children’s toy. This knitting pattern is so pretty I think it lends itself to being used as part of your home’s decor. Get creative and see what ideas you can come up with for putting this pattern to use.
How cute is this knit baby hat? I think it’s absolutely adorable! On top of being a great hat to keep a baby warm on a cold day, it would also be the perfect touch to a Halloween costume. The pattern includes sizing for newborns all the way to 10 years.
The Felted Join for Knitting
This technique is perfect for when you want to join 2 skeins of yarn without having to weave-in the ends when you’re done. For someone like me who hates doing the finish work at the end of a project, this technique is a great idea. But remember, you can only use this with 100% wool, or the yarn won’t felt together properly.
Listen to Episode 45 of the Knitting Pipeline Podcast available on iTunes or at www.knittingpipeline.com Join your wool nearly invisibly using the felting te…