yukonakamura:

stash buster

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scissorsandthread:

Hand Embroidered Peter Pan Collar | The House That Lars Built

One thing I love buying from op-shops is hand embroidered table cloths. When you think about how long it must have taken someone to embroider a whole table cloth - wow! So I feel like I’m saving something quite special. This gorgeous collar won’t take you as long to stitch as a table cloth, but it will be just as special. There’s a free template with the pattern to follow for the hand stitching - just make sure you do your stitching before you sew together your collar!

504 King West by Iwona (free pattern)

504 King West by Iwona (free pattern)

getting-knitfaced:

Plaidaptation by Aunt Ninny ($4 Ravelry download)

I’m thinking black, neutral grey, and electric blue. Y/N?

stitcherywitchery:

Brienne, a free knit sock pattern by Purrlescent, inspired by the character Brienne of Tarth from the A Song of Ice and Fire series.

stitcherywitchery:

Brienne, a free knit sock pattern by Purrlescent, inspired by the character Brienne of Tarth from the A Song of Ice and Fire series.

stitcherywitchery:

New Treeline Cardigan, a free pattern from Purl Bee.

stitcherywitchery:

New Treeline Cardigan, a free pattern from Purl Bee.

knits-withallthecolorsofthewind:

All finished with my London Gap socks!

Play-by-play details: 

  • Dyed my own self-striping rainbow yarn (so much fun!)
  • Cast on May 14
  • My gauge was bit larger than it should have been, so I knit the small size socks… which are still a bit on the large size. 
  • Pattern was top-down and I reversed it for toe-up. I used this pattern from Knit Freedom for the faux heel flap.
  • My needles broke during the first sock (I caught the cable on a doorknob…)
  • I finished them on June 3!

Project page: link

Pattern is London Gap by Kim Swingle

austereblackcat:

A trio of Snapdragon Tams! This is one of my favourite hat patterns and it’s definitely a go-to when I have an extra skein of light worsted weight yarn lying around. (I’ve actually made it four times, but I lost my green version somewhere in Banff a couple of Christmases ago.)

Projects: x | x | x

Pattern: x

stitcherywitchery:

Izhitsa, a free knit shawl pattern by Patusha.  Instructions available in Englsh and Russian.

siouxsiestitches:

Oaks Park Socks by Anne Berk
Intarsia in the round…super impressive!

siouxsiestitches:

Oaks Park Socks by Anne Berk

Intarsia in the round…super impressive!

knittingpatterns:

Customizable Chevron Hat by Siouxsie StitchesSkills: in/decreases, in the round, fair isle/stranded colorworkA nice hat with very clear written and charted instructions! As the description says, this would be a great project to learn fair isle knitting,

knittingpatterns:

Customizable Chevron Hat by Siouxsie Stitches

Skills: in/decreases, in the round, fair isle/stranded colorwork

A nice hat with very clear written and charted instructions! As the description says, this would be a great project to learn fair isle knitting,

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austereblackcat:

FO: Carson

(Pattern available on Ravelry)

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Textiles that inspire and some handspun yarn

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