|Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
Hello! Thanks for visiting my profile! My name is Lauren and I have a passion for fashion and knitting. I have been knitting since I was 9, and working as a fashion designer in NYC since ...
Hello! Thanks for visiting my profile! My name is Lauren and I have a passion for fashion and knitting. I have been knitting since I was 9, and working as a fashion designer in NYC since 2005.
Girly Knits is all about fun, fashion, color, and humor, and bringing out your girly cuteness! While most of my designs are originally intended for women and teens, many of my patterns now include girls sizes as well :) I put the utmost care into my patterns to make them customizable, easy and entertaining to read, and make sure to include lots of pictures and resources to make your knitting experience fun!
I regularly blog about the awesomeness of knitting at knittingisawesome.com, and have an active facebook page (facebook.com/girlyknits) where I post contests, polls, and fun knitting related things. I would love for you to join in and be part of the community! You can also keep up to date with my monthly newsletter which you can sign up for at girlyknits.com - by signing up you will will also get a coupon code to get my pattern Dressed Up in Love for free :)
I hope you enjoy my designs, and if you would like to get in touch, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Would love to hear from you!
Why not keep your neck warm in the chillier months this year in style? This super cute and subtly sparkly cowl neck scarf keeps you cozy while dressing up your outfit! This fabulous fun yarn provides an adventure in itself to knit - it actually changes yarns for you, with each skein containing 6 different yarns! From soft, to fuzzy, to funky, you'll get to experience knitting it all (my favorite part is the super sparkly lurex). The cowl neck scarf features 6 cables running up it for added luxe. Knit in the round, the only finishing you will need to do is weave in the tails from the cast on and bind off edges. It only uses one ball, so for a small investment you get a fabulous new accessory. Enjoy!
Don't know how to knit cables and want to learn? Check out my video tutorial here: http://knittingisawesome.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/learn-to-knits-cables-free-knitting-pattern/
13 sts and 20 rows = 4" in St st