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Wheatsheaf Cowl Knitting Pattern 2 Sizes

Wheatsheaf Cowl Pattern

Wheatsheaf Cowl Pattern I wanted to show you our Wheatsheaf Cowl Pattern, for sale on Ravelry.    I used some wonderful Rowan Yarn Company Cashsoft Aran which is softer than butter and so warm.     I made samples of the Wheatsheaf Cowl pattern using both Aran and DK weight yarns.  The difference in circumference was […]

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Wheatsheaf Aran Socks

wheatsheaf aran socks

Wheatsheaf Aran Socks Pattern We recently released our Wheatsheaf Aran Socks Pattern, for sale on Ravelry.    I used some wonderful Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Worsted which was a gift from the lovely Joan Dyer.     The socks use different needle sizes to achieve three sizes from Ladies Small/Child up to a Mens size with […]

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Indie Design Gift Along 2018 – Beginner Patterns Part 1 – Knit

Indie Design Gift Along 2018 Beginner Knits

Beginner Patterns, Knit – Indie Design Gift Along 2018 I’m sorry I’ve not blogged for a few days, it’s a busy time of year for my day job and I’ve also been helping out with the Gift Along (as I do every year).     I’ll catch up a bit today with two posts crammed with […]

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Wheatsheaf Mitten Pattern 4 Sizes

Wheatsheaf Mitten Pattern 4 Sizes

Wheatsheaf Mitten Pattern in 4 Sizes We recently released our Wheatsheaf Mitten Pattern, for sale on Ravelry.    I used some wonderful Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Worsted which was a gift from the lovely Joan Dyer.     The Wheatsheaf mittens use different needle sizes to achieve four sizes from Ladies Small/Child up to a Mens […]

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Last Minute Magic Cowl by Tanja Luescher

Last Minute Magic Cowl by Tanja Luescher

The Gorgeous Last Minute Magic Cowl by Tanja Luescher My lovely friend, Tanja Luescher, released a fabulous pattern today.  It’s for the Last Minute Magic Cowl, is made using bulky/chunky yarn and 5mm needles.   It’s a super quick knit for those of you making Christmas or Holiday Gifts.   Tanja used some Eco-alpaca but this would be […]

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