Inspired by a rainbow-painted cloudy sky, this crocheted afghan is streaked with ribbons of pastel rainbow colors.
Worked on the bias from corner-to-corner, this soft washcloth features a diagonal stripe pattern with a textured twist. Crochet it in the stripe pattern shown, your own stripe pattern, or no stripes at all!
This little basket gets its woven-look texture from a unique tucking technique, which makes the basket sturdy enough to stand up on its own.
Learn to knit a Two-Color Braided Infinity Scarf on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine! The two color sections are joined with a lovely braided knot.
Learn to knit Ribbing on your Addi Express Knitting Machine! A little ribbing adds a nice touch to hats, mittens, socks, sweaters, and more. This technique works on both Addi machines, whether you are knitting a tube or a flat panel.
When I designed my Double Chevron Lace Scarf Pattern, I needed a warm, machine washable, fingering weight yarn with good stitch definition to highlight the lace pattern. I wanted the stitch pattern to shine. I didn’t want to use a multicolored yarn that would distract from the stitch pattern, but I didn’t exactly want a solid colored yarn, either. I decided to try Knit Picks Hawthorne Fingering in the Kettle Dyed Delphinium colorway, which seemed to be just what I was looking for. It was the perfect yarn for my scarf. In fact, I loved it so much that I bought several more skeins (and will probably buy more in…
My December afghan is finished! I am so excited to be finished with the challenge!
My Afghan for June is finished! I love the look and feel of this squishy stitch pattern.
Free pattern! The Rainbow Ridge Afghan features the popular chevron stripe pattern with a textured twist. I chose to use 6 bright colors for my afghan, but this design would also be lovely as a baby blanket or in a neutral color palette.
The April Afghan will be crocheted from Knit Picks Brava Worsted yarn. Happy Yarning! 🙂