This little shrug is an simple pattern to use up the odds and ends of sock yarn. The lace around the neck does have a tendency to roll but I love it anyways! Remnants ShrugDownload Remnants ShrugDownload
Below are all of my Bundle Up Betty patterns that are available. Enjoy! For those who are looking for a Betty doll, they are not currently for sale or in production. We are dealing with some serious personal issues and may not be able to bring Betty back into production for a while. Thanks so… Continue reading Bundle Up Betty Patterns
A colorful hand painted yarn combined with a flowery stitch creates a field of flowers down the front of these socks. Construction is toe-up and on 2 circular needles. If you'd like to make a pair for yourself, here's the spill: Skill Level- Beginner/Intermediate Finished Measurements- 7.25” around, 9" long (sole), and 12.5” toe to… Continue reading KaBloom Sock Pattern
What started out as 5 mismatched leftover balls of hand painted yarn turned into my favorite neck warmer! The color changes combined with the slipped stitches make the colors sing. It is totally worth weaving in the ends to get the color variations. This did require a good wet blocking to discourage curling and it… Continue reading Scrappy Cowl – Stash Busting Pattern
The project I'm presenting originates from useitupwearitout.blogspot.com. It was suggested to me by Chrisknits.wordpress.com. It's ridiculously easy and so clever. Many thanks to Shearling, the woman behind the idea and of course Chris for sharing the idea! 🙂 There are these beautiful paperback book covers by Vera Bradley that are sold at bookstores as well… Continue reading Make an Interchangeable Needle Case in 10 Minutes for $10.
An all-seeing eyeball floats above golden bricks and is all dressed up with a bow-tie! Whether or not you are familiar with the character of Bill Cipher from Gravity Falls, this sweater is an eye-catcher. 🙂 Lots of ease and full sleeve make this oversized sweater a very comfortable fit. This pullover is knit in… Continue reading Conspiracy Sweater- Free Pattern
Tipsy.pdf Another set of fingerless gloves has come off my needles and I love them. My favorite part about these gloves is how strange they look just sitting on the table. They resemble trees. I'm planning on gifting a pair on Christmas just to see the confusion on his face when he wonders what on… Continue reading Fabulous & Flexible Fingerless Mitts- Tipsy Glove Pattern