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Toddler to Preschooler -

Hello! I have another pattern available on Knitpicks! This was an older pattern that I had designed about a year ago for my older daughter Abigail. The design was essentially inspired by the desire to have a cable travel all the way up a sleeve across the neckline and down the other side. For this to happen a different sort of construction was needed; knit in three parts with a lower band of...

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Toddler, Tube Gathers -

I have a new pattern up on the Knitpick's IDP website! This is the Baby Epaulette sweater, designed using the same gathering technique as the Jellyfish bag just in pint size! A very fast knit with Bulky yarn this is definitely a weekend project.




SIZE 6 months [12, 18, 24]
(shown in size 18 months)



FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Chest: 19 [20, 21, 22, ]inches

Length: 10.5 [11, 11.5, 12]inches

2 inches positive...

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Copyright Interweave Knits 2010

Well it's finally up! I have a pattern in the Spring 2010 Interweave Knits. Trust me this was an amazing process and I enjoyed every single second of it.


Here are some of my way not amazing professional photos without a gorgeous dolled up model, but they suffice for a few different views of the bag. This bag is pleated on the purl side every 12 rows and so has an...

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JEWELLED PRISM MITTENS

By Meghan Jones

The Jewelled Prism Mittens are a brilliant statement for your hands, featuring complex geometric designs and a gorgeous color palette. Knit in the round with an extra long ribbing to keep out the draft this pattern comes in two sizes with an added pattern inset for the larger size.

SIZE

M[L,] (shown in size M)

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Length: 11.25[12.25] inches

Circ...

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Since so much of what I'm working on is top secret as it is being submitted hither and yon I think I would like to talk about my unending love for Elizabeth Zimmerman and her constant knitterly freindship. How is it that just picking up on of her books can make you feel completely ensconced in the 'spirit' of knitting, by turning the first page you can literally hear her welcoming you into her...

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