Tag: Seed Stitch

Holiday Bells Pillow

New and unique holiday décor is always welcome and Holiday Bells is a perfect addition to any home! Knit with worsted, DK or even bulky yarn, and combined with some craft store bells, this whimsical seasonal pillow will add a touch of color. Make one, or a pair, for yourself or to gift!

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Holiday Bells Pillow Tutorial

Holiday Bells can be knit using two strands of a DK or worsted yarn held together, or one strand of a bulky yarn. The suggested gauge of 3½ stitches to the inch can be adjusted to accommodate the yarn selected, making this a perfect pattern for using up stash yarns. Learn how to add the bells to this pillow and your future knitting designs.

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How To Knit a Sunshine Dishcloth

Hi knitters! This is Jessica from Mama In A Stitch blog, and I’d like to share a pattern with you for a “sunny” little dishcloth.  During the warmer months of the year, it’s nice to have easy, small projects to throw in your bag to take the pool or on vacation. This is a super

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Fab Floral Clutch

This clutch is knitted in the round in stockinette, stranded knitting and seed stitch top down. The bag has a zip fastening which is perfect for keeping make up and other summer essentials in place.

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Cables and Webs Cowl

The dew in the early morning resting quietly on a spider’s web was the inspiration for this cowl pattern. This 100% cotton shoulder wrap or cowl is worked in the round from the top down with cables worked alternately with openwork web stitches.

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Bobbled Chevron Cowl

This bright blue cowl is short and chunky and inspired by traditional designs knitted by assorted fishing communities around the UK coast. According to stories, each fishing port had its own pattern so those lost at sea could be reunited with their homes. This cowl is ideal for beginners as a first project in the round.

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Button Up Your Overcoat Scarf

You loved it last year, so here’s one last piece to the Button Up Your Overcoat Set! This long, cabled scarf features a row of trendy buttons down the side and pairs perfectly with the hat, mitts and bootcuffs from last February’s issue, seen below.

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