I practiced Interior Architecture for 12 years before opening an arts and crafts store in Kansas City, Missouri called Urban Arts + Crafts. There I taught jewelry making classes and began designing ...
I practiced Interior Architecture for 12 years before opening an arts and crafts store in Kansas City, Missouri called Urban Arts + Crafts. There I taught jewelry making classes and began designing the sewing and knitting patterns which we used in our classes. This fused my love of crafting with my love of design.
Currently I am designing jewelry, sewing patterns and working on my blog. www.ialwayspickthethimble.com. You'll find jewelry designs, tutorials, free sewing patterns and can take a peek at some of our home renovation projects. My husband who is an Architect, and my 3 very curious cats, can also be seen "helping out".
Do you crave simplicity or complexity? This reversible infinity cowl beautifully displays both sides of your knitting personality! There are 2 options for finishing the scarf. The easier option is to sew both finished ends together. The second more advanced option uses a provisional cast on and then grafts the garter stitch ends together.
This is a 3 page pattern designed to use as a foldable booklet. The first page has 2 full color pictures on the front and required project materials on the back. The second page is the knitting instructions in black and white. The third page is cabling knitting tips for beginners with color photos.
210 yards of Bulky weight