Double Moss Stitch Cowl
This is a knitting pattern for a cowl scarf that’s easy to make with a beautiful texture. To use this pattern you should know how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, and join ends together with a mattress stitch.
A medium to bulky weight yarn is suggested. Fair Isle Nantucket yarn (a bulky 75% acrylic, 25% superwash wool blend) is recommended for its luxurious softness.
- This cowl is knitted using two US #10 (6 mm) needles.
- The PDF describes the ideal yarn and the pattern for knitting the cowl.
- The pattern shows the gauge for this pattern - but since it’s a scarf, you can size up or size down and make it your own!
Striped Thumbless Mini Mittens
These cute striped baby mittens would make a great gift. To use this pattern you should know how to knit and purl in the round, and decrease by knitting two stitches together. If you don't already know how to create a jogless join between rows, you can learn with this pattern!
A lightweight DK (3) yarn is suggested. K+C Smooth is recommended for its texture and color options.
- These mittens are knitted in the round using double pointed needles in US size 2 (2.75mm) and 3 (3.25mm).
- The PDF describes the ideal yarn and the pattern for knitting the mittens.
Thumbless Mini Mittens
This is a knitting pattern for baby mittens with no thumbs to make it easier for little hands. They are soft and stretchy. Cute baby shower gift idea! Also great for little kids at Christmas. These can be worn year round, not just during the winter.
- The PDF describes the ideal yarn and the pattern for creating these mittens.
- The pattern can be adjusted to make the mittens larger or smaller. There’s a handy chart to help you easily adjust the size.
- These mittens are knit in the round using four double pointed needles.
- Bonus! Pattern now includes instructions for an optional string to connect the mittens.
Strawberries & Cream Baby Afghan
This is a crochet pattern for a striped baby afghan. The original color scheme is for a strawberries and cream look, but can be adapted for any combination of three colors!
The PDF pattern describes the ideal yarn and the pattern for creating this blanket.
The afghan is created using a double crochet stitch on a 5.00mm (H) hook.