The Belinda Mittens knitting pattern is a pattern for mittens knitted in the round using double-pointed needles and aran weight yarn. These simple, long and short mittens have a cable pattern on the front and Moss stitch on the reverse side.
This is a straightforward hat with a Cable and Lace pattern, knitted in the round in Double Knit yarn. The hat pattern has three baby and two adult sizes. The wristwarmers come in two adult sizes. The small size would also make a great pair of baby legwarmers!
This is a knitting pattern for a simple over-sized beanie knitted flat in a Chevron lace stitch. The pattern is for an average woman’s head. The hat may be knitted in a single colour, but adding some different colour stripes bring out the chevron pattern.
The pattern contains instructions for a DK and a 4ply version.
This is a simple, oversized, top-down alpaca sock knitting pattern with a round heel and a wedge toe. The sock is decorated with a Pie Crust Basketweave pattern on the leg and along the instep. This is a very textured stitch which will provide a lot of warmth making it suitable for bed-socks.
This is a simple top-down sock pattern with a round heel and a wedge toe. The sock is decorated with a Cable Stripe pattern on the leg and along the instep. The pattern takes 100g Town End Sock yarn and has instructions for Small <Medium, Large> adult sizes.
This is a knitting pattern for a straightforward baby and toddler beanie hat knitted flat and seamed along the back. The hat is decorated with a simple cable pattern separated by garter stitch. We knitted the beanie in Town End Pure Natural DK yarn, but any of our Double Knit yarns would work equally well.
This hat is knitted in Town End Pure Natural Aran Alpaca yarn. The pattern is sized for a child, small & large adults. The hat is decorated with a simple cable separated by garter stitch and topped by a pompom.
This is a straight forward pattern for a baby and toddler beanie. It is knitted flat using Double Knit yarn and seamed up the back. You can knit this in one colour or use up your oddments of yarn by knitting stripes. We knitted the beanie in Town End Pure Natural DK yarn, but any of our Double Knit yarns would work equally well.