Tag: Super Fine Weight


Prickly Pear Socks

Simple and interesting, the Prickly Pear Socks have a variety of design features that keep the knitter on their “toes.” Worked from the top down, they start with a ribbed cuff, two-color slipped stitch design transitions and so much more!

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Leilani Shawl

This light shawlette is perfect for spring layering. Its crescent shape and large garter stitch portion is very easy to knit and the feminine lace pattern works up quite intuitively. Using just one skein of fingering weight yarn, this is the perfect opportunity to treat yourself or a loved one with some luxury yarn.

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Lola Hair Scarf

This geometric lace pattern is the versatile accessory that you’ve secretly been wanting to try. Tapered at either end, you can use it as an ordinary scarf or a hair scarf with multiple styling options.

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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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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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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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Deep Sea Striped Socks

These socks are worked top down with a heel flap and gusset decreases. Instead of an evenly repeating stripe pattern, the contrast color is used with varying distance, giving thicker and thinner stripes of main color. Using garter sts in the vertical pattern panel along the front make an extra striping effect for the color changes.

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Clark Men’s Socks

This design was created with this beautiful self-striping yarn blending some color favorites to get men some “flare” wearing their socks. The simple diamond stitch pattern on the socks is reminiscent of a faux argyle that men so love to wear. Clark is the perfect gift for the classy, but spunky, gentleman.

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