Tag: double knitting
Any cat owner knows that cats have minds of their own. The Herding Cats Scarf shows what happens if you try to herd cats… they just do their own thing. All the way up and down the scarf are a “herd” of cats. Double knit, the scarf is fully reversible, showing opposite colors on each side.
Celtic knot designs have long been featured in knitted garments and accessories. The Celtic Ward Scarf features a circular Celtic knot called a shield knot, traditionally used for protection. This scarf is perfect for warding off the cold with a Celtic flair!
Sheep are the source of the beautiful, luxurious wool that many knitters use to knit their creations. They can also be darned cute! The Counting Sheep Bag has an entire herd of sheep covering the sides of the bag. Depending on the yarn you use, it can have white and black sheep, blue and yellow sheep, purple and green sheep, or whatever color combination you can imagine! The bag also comes in handy for insomnia — counting the sheep should put you right to sleep!
Readers rejoice! You can proudly show off your love of books with this Book Lover Blanket. The blanket is filled with rows and rows of bookshelves. In the center is an open book and the word “READ” in large letters. Snuggle under this blanket while reading your next book!
Can’t stop the signal! Fans of Firefly/Serenity, you’ll love this Serenity Scarf! It features the Serenity ship at both ends with the Chinese “Serenity” symbols. Along the length of the scarf reads “You can’t take the sky from me”. Wear it to your next Shindig!
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I hope you’re having a wonderful holiday season filled with great knitting! Finished your holiday knitting and want to knit something for yourself? Or maybe you were gifted some yarn and are looking for new patterns? Through the end of December, all of my patterns are 20% off on Ravelry! Go ahead, treat yourself!
As a cat owner and knitter, I know it goes without saying that keeping cats away from yarn is a project in itself. With the Cattitude Blanket, I wanted to show the playfulness of a cat going after a ball of yarn, with the yarn ball unwinding as the cat plays. A pawprint border decorates the edges of the blanket. It’s perfect to snuggle under with your kitties!
Double knit, the blanket is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side. Solid colored yarns show off the design the best, but a subtle heathered or tonal colored yarn can give it a nice uniqueness. Full instructions are included for the double knitting technique.
Sheep are the source of the beautiful, luxurious wool that many knitters use in their creations. They can also be darned cute! The Counting Sheep Shawl has an entire herd of sheep on each side of the shawl. Depending on the yarn you use, it can have white and black sheep, blue and yellow sheep, purple and green sheep, or whatever color combination you can imagine! Wear this sheep shawl to your next knitting meet up!
Double knit, the shawl is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side. Instructions are included for the double knitting technique. This pattern is fairly complicated, so if you are new to double knitting, I recommend trying a double knitting pattern without increases/decreases first, such as Counting Sheep Scarf or Cattitude Scarf.
Wear this cute Lil Ninjas Scarf when you want to be your sneakiest! It features tiny ninjas all along its length in various poses. Throwing stars are included! Double knit, this scarf is reversible and features opposite color schemes on either side. You can knit ninjas dressed in white, black, or even purple or red — whatever colors you choose!