My newest free pattern for October is the Autumn Leaf Potholder! It makes a perfect gift or decoration for fall! Double knit, the potholder is reversible, with opposite colors on the reverse side.
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A spooky MKAL is coming up for the fall season, A Purrfect Scare Halloween Scarf MKAL!
What is an MKAL? An MKAL is when the pattern is broken up into a series of clues or parts. What the final piece looks like is a mystery until all the parts have been received.
A Purrfect Scare Halloween Scarf is a fun double knit spooky scarf showcasing images of cats along with other Halloween creatures and scenes. It’s purrfect for celebrating the spooktacular holiday! The MKAL starts on August 17 on Ravelry, and the pattern is 20% off until it starts. There will also be a drawing at the end for participants.
For more details, check out the pattern on Ravelry.
It’s February, and here is a new free pattern for you, the Double Hearts Potholder! Two hearts intertwine to form a beautiful bond. It’s double knit and reversible. Make it for yourself or someone you love!
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Decorate your kitchen for fall with this Pumpkin Potholder! It’s double knit, reversible, and perfect for Halloween or Thanksgiving too!
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This year I knit myself a present. Since I often play the elf, giving everyone in my family plenty of hand made gifts, I made myself an elf hat. I didn’t want it to look too much like a santa hat, so I chose a pattern with stripes and used green and white.
The pattern is called Striped Stocking Caps, and includes a child size, small adult size, and large adult size. I made the small adult size.
Check out my Ravelry project for the hat.
I’m looking forward to wearing it on Christmas morning!
I’ve always loved candy corn around Halloween. They’re pretty much pure sugar, but the shape and color is so iconic and it’s just fun eating them. I found this adorable knit candy corn pattern, and I knew I had to make it this year for […]
I can’t stop making these Lacy Stars! They are quick to make, the pattern is easy to memorize, and they make great holiday/seasonal decorations. You can find the free Lacy Star pattern on Ravelry. The pumpkin in the second image is from the Spice & […]