Posts Tagged "Knitting Garments"

Transition from Summer to Fall With Fabulous Skirt Knitting Patterns!

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in Knitting |

Skirt knitting patterns satisfy a lot of my wardrobe requirements. They're comfortable, plus they can span different seasons if you style them the right way. Check out these Craftsy skirt knitting patterns and start planning for your transition from summer into fall.

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Color Your World: 5 Extraordinary Color-Play Knits

Posted by on Aug 21, 2014 in Knitting | Comments

Are you fascinated and inspired by color? Color adorns our world, from the brights of your spring garden to the soft pastels of an ocean-side sunset, to the vibrant earthy tones of autumn's foliage. These five extraordinary patterns, found right here on Craftsy, would make Kaffe Fassett, the king of color, proud.

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Stitch Back to School Knitting Patterns, Even If You’re Not a Student

Posted by on Aug 18, 2014 in Knitting | Comments

I love that back-to-school feeling of everything being new. Whether you're knitting a new vest for your favorite kiddo or just a hat to grab as you go out the door on chilly mornings, it's nice to start the school year with something new. Even if you're not a student, celebrate the season with these back-to-school knitting patterns.

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An Adventure in Knitting: Travel Inspired Knits

Posted by on Aug 17, 2014 in Knitting | Comments

Whether you toted a passport to cross borders, or just carried a tote bag with loot from a new farmers market, the items you take while traveling can leave an impression and trigger a memory. This collection of knit patterns all feature a travel flare, so fasten you seat belts for a whirlwind international knitting adventure!

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Where to Find Hip Vintage Knitting Patterns Online and Offline

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Crocheting, Knitting | Comments

Over the years, I've discovered vintage knitting patterns and books in many places — some obvious, some not so obvious. Here are a couple of my go-to resources for finding those hip vintage knitting patterns.

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