This knit apron has a fun and flirty quality to it. The design has a vintage influence, with an updated and modern appeal. I think that this apron would be a great gift to knit for the cooking fan in your life. Quick, easy and fun. Cook in style with a knit apron that helps you stay clean and look great at the same time.
This beautiful vest really has a designer flair to it. Nothing boring, or ordinary about it. But the beauty is that it’s still an easy pattern to knit. So you get to work on a project that you can whip-up as a gift, or use as an on the go project. I love the color of the yarn used in this photo. A pretty purple yarn is a great way to add a splash of color to your outfit, and it’s the perfect choice for an Easter or spring knitting project.
Updated 11/23/20: Unfortunately the original pattern I shared is no longer available, but I think that this book may offer a good alternative. I love the wrap shown on the cover.
This pretty knit cowl is called a Cowboy Cowl. It’s a fitting name since the design is more like a kerchief shape than a traditional cowl design. Although the pattern falls into the easy category, I think that there is enough variety in the pattern to appeal to more experienced knitters as well.
I like knitting cowls because they are easy to take on the go. And, the finished product is versatile enough to wear with a variety of outfits. You can use it more like a scarf to keep your neck warm when outdoors. Or, as an accessory to add a splash of color to an outfit. From day to night, a cowl can be a festive and fun accent piece to dress-up, or wear casually. These also make great gifts because you don’t have to worry about sizes as one size fits all.
This fun hat is called Chutes and Ladders. You’ll enjoy knitting the cables and stitches to weave together a pattern that twists and turns. You’ve never seen a hat like this before! It’s just as fun to knit as it is to wear.
This pretty scarf has an eyelet pattern that is combined with brioche stitching. It’s nice to see a pattern that works the brioche stitch with other complimentary design features. It adds a much lighter touch to the scarf and gives it an airy feel.
I love that this scarf can be worn as a traditional long scarf. Or, cinch it and wear it as a cowl.