Tag: Queen Bee


Honey Bee Wrap

The Honey Bee Wrap is an arrow-shaped wrap, pointy at one end and V-shaped at the other end. It is knit in sections (like a sampler shawl) with some easy, mindless stitches like garter and stockinette, and interspersed with interesting sections of bobbles, honeycomb lace and stripes.

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Swarming Boot Cuffs

This boot cuff takes the image of a honeybee swarm and materializes it into a wearable work of art! This stitch, appropriately named “Bee Stitch” is a stretchy, squishy, dense fabric that holds its shape. The fabric looks like thousands of tiny bees waiting to take flight!

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Hive Five Mittens

These sport-weight mittens are the perfect accessory to get you through the last bit of winter. A simple honeycomb pattern is worked at the cuff, with the remainder of the mitten being worked in quick-and-easy Stockinette stitch. You can whip them up fast and be ready for those last few cold days before spring is upon us!

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Wild Honey Bag

The simple honeycomb shape of this bag is accented by a little knitted bee and is accessorized with a metal chain handle. The bag has a frame constructed from plastic canvas and is lined to finish it off nicely. A zip closure ensures nothing will fall out when you’re buzzing around town.

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Honeycomb Hat

Make a bee-line for this honeycomb inspired hat! Sized for everyone from baby to adult large, whoever you make it for is sure to think it’s the bee’s knees. Easy to memorize, this hat is a good introduction to colorwork. Plus, it makes a great scrap buster!

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Apiculture Pillow

This pillow is as comfy and cozy as a dollop of honey in hot tea. Celebrate our pollinator friends with some honeycomb texture as well as some cute colorwork bees. The body of the pillow cover is in worsted weight stockinette for easy quick mindless knitting. The detail strips provide a little colorwork and texture fun knit separately from the body of the cover.

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