Tag: Universal Yarn


Aspen Toiletry Bag

Everyone has that person on their list who is impossible to buy for. Make that a thing of the past and whip up one of these attractive toiletry bags! With subdued heathered shades of wool and a leather handle, Aspen is perfect for the hard-to-buy for man in your life.

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December Dreaming Stocking

Santa will love stuffing gifts into this ornate stocking! Featuring a multitude of colorwork techniques including stranded knitting, intarsia and even a little bit of duplicate stitch — this project is bound to hold your interest. This stocking also uses the unique “hat heel” construction, which means you start the stocking at the heel rather than working from cuff to the toe. With delicate snowflakes and whimsical trees, this project will make Christmas morning fun for years to come!

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Oliver the Owl Onesie

Indulge your little one with this fun to knit owl outfit. The feathers are formed by working an easy slip stitch pattern, and a simple ribbing pattern forms both legs. Don’t forget to knit the cozy owl hat to complete the look!

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Frilled with Joy Peplum Tunic

This warm-weather tunic features contrast color pops of I-Cord, an easy to wear silhouette and a super fun peplum! And the best part – the only seams in this tank are at the shoulder. Soothing stockinette stitch makes this a good project to have in your hands while watching TV.

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Eloise the Elephant

Ready for some serious snuggling? Eloise the Elephant is too! She’s got a nice fat belly, perfect for squishing. She’s also the perfect blank canvas for any fun embellishments you can think of to add.

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Whale of a Time Mobile

Make this fun, whale-themed mobile to entertain your little one. It’s easy to personalize this to match your own taste or the décor in your nursery. With little fish, whales and clouds, this mobile is a whimsical addition to a chic nursery. Personalize it to your unique tastes by adding different shaped beads, a different color scheme such as rainbows, pastels or monochrome – the sky’s the limit!

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Fiber Throwdown

 Choosing yarn for a project can be quite daunting. There are so many fibers and blends available: from workhorse highland wool to merino to alpaca; cotton to bamboo to linen; acrylic, acrylic blends, and nearly every possible combination of any of these. A 100g skein of yarn might cost $1.99 (think craft store acrylic), or

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Starry Mountains Afghan

Try out a new technique using slipped stitches in this couch or lap-sized blanket. This piece is worked in a bulky weight washable yarn, making it easy to care for and a quick project! This woven-look throw is guaranteed to cure your winter blues.

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