Pitter-Pat Scarf Pattern – 20% Off for First Week!
What makes your heart go pitter-pat? The Pitter-Pat Scarf features the traditional EKG line of a heartbeat interspersed with hearts. Give to a loved one or wear to show your love for the human heart! A great gift for anyone in the health industry.
Double knit, this thick scarf features the heartbeat design on both sides, with opposite color schemes on each side. Use contrasting colors to show off the design. Full instructions are included for the double knitting technique.
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Dragon Pouch or Dice Bag Pattern
Reversible Dragonflight Bag Pattern
The Reversible Dragonflight Bag is a double knit bag with a reinforced base and two handles. It features a beautiful flying dragon on either side and a spiral design on the ends. It works great as a project bag or for whatever you want to carry. Depending on your mood, you can turn it inside out to reverse the color scheme for a new look!
The finished size is approximately 10.5” by 11” by 3.5” (26.7 by 27.9 by 8.9 cm), not including the handles.
This pattern includes full instructions for double knitting, so it’s a great project for anyone without previous double knitting experience.
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May Flowers Pillow Pattern
My mom always used to tell me “April showers bring May flowers.” The May Flowers Pillow captures the image of a new field of flowers growing and stretching toward the sky. Bees love these new flowers and fly about them searching for nectar.
The pillow is constructed with slipped stitches, mini cables, and bobbles. The flower stems and centers are knit as the pillow is knit, and the petals, leaves, and bees are added afterwards.
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Five Years in the Making – The Tetris Afghan Pattern
Tetris was one of my favorite games as a child. There’s something about making the blocks fall into place in an interlocking fashion that is so satisfying to me. One of the first things I did after learning how to knit was to start designing a Tetris afghan. Five years later, the afghan finally became a reality!
The Tetris Afghan is knit as individual squares, which are then joined together using a crochet join into the Tetris pattern. This makes it a very portable project. I created many of the squares on the plane or in the car while traveling.
This is a great beginner blanket. The only knit stitches involved are knit and purl. The squares are joined together using crochet with full illustrated instructions for how to do so.
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