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.
Ishbel is a simple shawl pattern that can be worked in two sizes and two different yarn weights. The smaller, 4ply version makes a cosy, but pretty scarf while the larger, 2ply version can be worn as a scarf or draped elegantly around the shoulders. The solid stockinette centre lends simplicity to the design and adds extra warmth when knitted in thicker yarn. Ishbel is edged with a beautiful vine pattern and finished with elegant scalloped points. The shawl begins at the centre and is worked outwards to the edging. working increases at both ends of every row, rather than every second, creates a relatively shallow triangular shawl that makes the perfect shape to wear as a scarf. Either size can of course be worked in either yarn weight.
The small version is approximately 123 cm wide and 37 cm long at the centre. It takes two 50g balls of Town End pure 2ply or 4ply alpaca, or one skein of our sock weight yarn.
The larger version is approximately 168 cm wide and 50 cm long at the centre. It takes three 50g balls of Town End pure 2ply or 4ply alpaca.
Thistle is a simple and classy scarf which can be easily adjusted to make a wider stole or a throw blanket, and may be knitted in any weight of yarn. Sizing: In 4-ply yarn at suggested gauge, the scarf will measure about 12” wide by 80” long, depending on how aggressively you block the lace. To adjust width, add or subtract a multiple of 10 sts. Materials:
Yarn: 600 yds of sock weight or 4-ply yarn
Needles: US # 5 / 3.75 mm (or as req’d to meet gauge);
Gauge: 24 sts / 4” in stocking stitch
Notions: stitch markers, darning needle
This shawl is knitted from the centre top down to the scalloped edging, formed by two increasing triangles. The triangles are bounded by 3-st garter borders, and separated by a 1-st spine.Sizing: The sample is knit in DK weight yarn, and measures 66 by 30 inches. Rosebud is also exquisite in sock or lace weight yarns, and you may work more or less pattern repeats to adjust the finished size. This particular lace stitch pattern looks best if it is knitted at a fairly tight gauge (as far as lace goes).Materials: Yarn: 700 yds DK, sock or lace weight yarn.Gauge: 22 sts / 4” in stocking stitch (for DK weight yarn)Needles: US #4 / 3.5 mm (or as required to meet gauge) 32”+ circular needles. Notions: stitch markers, darning needle
The lace patterned hat is knitted in the round using 4ply yarn The mittens are also knitted in the round from cuff to fingertip.
Sizing: Hat: baby (toddler, child, adult S/M, L) Fits head measuring: 16 (18, 20, 22, 24)” around. Photos shown are adult S/M and toddler sizes.
Mittens: toddler (child, adult S/M, adult L) Hand circumference: 6 (7, 7.75, 8.5) inches Finished length: 9 (9.5, 11, 11.5) inches
Materials: Yarn: 4ply yarn Hat: 100 (120, 150, 175, 220) yds Mittens: 110 (150, 220, 240) yds
Gauge: 26 sts / 4” in stocking st on smaller needles
Needles: US #2 / 2.75 mm and US #3 / 3.25mm; or as req’d to meet gauge; 16 inch circular and double pointed needles in each size Notions: stitch markers, darning needle
This classic cardigan features a structured slipped-stitch pattern and neat set-in sleeves. Sizes range from 31″ to 50″. This pattern is suitable for a light sportweight, heavy 4ply or very light DK that knits to gauge