These Fingerless mitts are a great project for learning how to knit in the round, either using double pointed needles or magic loop. Quick and easy to knit in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter, these Mitts are light and cushiony, yet lovely and warm.
With the hot weather sticking around for longer than expected, we have been busy crocheting and knitting up some small and functional projects in KPC Gossyp. Gossyp is 100% organic cotton that has been dyed into the most vibrant and rich shades. We love using these colours for accessories like market bags and homewares to add a bit of colour.
This is the simplest beanie you may ever make! There is no decreasing, it is done in a chunky yarn, and is just so quick to make. Perfect for beginner knitters or knitters wanting to learn how to knit with circular needles.
What are you knitting this week? For me, it's Shibui's Silk Cloud. This yarn is 60% kid mohair and 40% silk. It is light, airy and ethereal to knit with. There are a few ways to approach this yarn as you can easily knit with more than 1 strand.
These crochet vase covers make a lovely gift or decoration around the home. They can be made to any size, and with any weight of wool. The pattern we have written is for a small vase, suitable for a sweet posy of flowers.
Lines is a simple baby blanket pattern knit diagonally from corner to corner, using increases and decreases. It is a simple pattern to follow, knit in garter stitch with a slip stitch running up the centre. Using Wild Earth Yarns DK (pictured in colourway Stone), you will end up with a beautifully rustic and minimalist baby blanket.