Alice Tang


Tangram Knits features knitwear designs by Alice Tang.  Her designs have been published in leading knitting magazines Interweave Knits, Simple Knitting, Cast On, Knit'N Style and others.  She also designed for Red Heart, Classic Elite, Knitpicks,  and Premier yarn companies.  Alice studied fashion design at Fullerton College.

Projects by Alice Tang

Knot to Worry Hat

Let us introduce you to effortless fall style. This beautiful hat is elegance at its finest and it’s perfect for blocking out those chilly autumn breezes. The edge of this trendy knotted hat is a 1×1 ribbing and is grafted together after tying a knot, with stitches picked up in the round to form the crown. The coolest part? The stitches at the knot were not picked up, but rather cast on separately and then sewn seamlessly into the crown making them look like part of the knot. Pretty neat!

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Cloud Nine Cashmere Blend Headband

Knit in a wool/cashmere/nylon blend yarn, this headband is so soft and oh-so-gentle on your skin. Comprised of just one knit rectangle that’s creatively sewn and woven together, you’ll love how quickly this piece comes to life.  

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Daybreak Cashmere Wrap Sweater

Knit in a blend of merino and cashmere, this sweater is seriously cozy. Created using criss-crossed main body pieces, this sweater pairs well with anything — from your comfiest sweats to your favorite pair of jeans.

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Marguerite Headband

This boho-style headband is light enough to be worn as either a hair accessory or as a cowl! Knitted as a rectangle to start, the pattern will walk you through how simple is it to turn your shape into a boho-chic headband, with a twist.

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My Knitting Story: The Ball that Started it All

I was fascinated by knitting at a young age. When I was 3 years old, my grandmother took me to a machine knitter and she measured me for a sweater. I still remember the white/yellow/green striped fabric on the knitting machine before it became my sweater. My mother was an expert knitter but she was

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Convertible Scarf & Bolero

Traveling this season will be a breeze once you knit up this crazy convertible piece! Wear this scarf as an infinity loop or button it closed to wear as a bolero shrug. This piece can carry you through the colder months with its many styles.

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