I am a life long knitter, starting when about 10 years old. I've left the art at times, but returned in earnest about 13 years ago - with the birth of my first and only grandchild. I have a small ...
I am a life long knitter, starting when about 10 years old. I've left the art at times, but returned in earnest about 13 years ago - with the birth of my first and only grandchild. I have a small family, one daughter and one granddaughter - who are "sweatered-out" as I say and aren't really interested in what I can create for them. Nor are they interested in learning how to knit.
I've recently fallen in love with designing and am thrilled to offer my patterns for others to use. Enjoy the patterns and feel free to post comments! I love reading them
My love of the PBS Masterpiece Theater, Downton Abbey, inspired this scarf. Plain enough for a man to wear, but could be unisex.
Who says that both ends of the scarf should be the same? Not me - look at the pictures. The scarf is knit from one end to the other, but in sections A, B, and C. So this pattern is really 3 patterns in one - your choice -
The model is A, B, C; but you could to A, B, A; or C, B, C ---making this THREE-PATTERNS-IN-ONE!!!
There are internet links to videos for the Channel Island Cast-On and the Garter Stitch Grafting. It's easier than you think and the outcome is stunning!
The patterns are charted + charted with numbers + written, making it easy for anyone to follow.