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Created by: Sheila Zachariae
Project

Christmas Oak Leaves Garland

TWO PATTERNS FOR ONE LOW PRICE! Mum Garland AND Oak Leaves Garland comes as a kit right here on Craftsy. I designed the kit for them using Sprightly Worsted Yarn and have made many in different color combinations. This is one of my favorites. The project shown uses I Love This Yarn by Hobby Lobby. So many uses for this Oak Leaf Garland….table runner, curtain tie- back, draped across top for shower curtain rod or your window curtain rod. You could also wear it as a scarf! Knit up in autumn colors of burgundy, pumpkin and forest green or bark brown would be stunning! Here I whipped one up in traditional Christmas colors . Pretty spring colors in pink, yellow and grass green would be lovely too. All one, neutral color like cream or gray for those minimalist lovers out there. Endless possibilities. Such a simple, 3 step pattern for the adventurous beginner knitter or better. A 3-st i-cord, a knit in one-piece leaf base and some oak leaves….. Tie the i-cord over the leaf base and oak leaf and you’re done. I would rate this as an advanced beginner or better.

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Sheila Zachariae made Christmas Oak Leaves Garland with:

Mum and Oak Leaves Garland Knitting Kit

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Mum and Oak Leaves Garland Knitting Kit

by Sheila Zachariae

Project Description

TWO PATTERNS FOR ONE LOW PRICE! Mum Garland AND Oak Leaves Garland comes as a kit right here on Craftsy. I designed the kit for them using Sprightly Worsted Yarn and have made many in different color combinations. This is one of my favorites. The project shown uses I Love This Yarn by Hobby Lobby. So many uses for this Oak Leaf Garland….table runner, curtain tie- back, draped across top for shower curtain rod or your window curtain rod. You could also wear it as a scarf! Knit up in autumn colors of burgundy, pumpkin and forest green or bark brown would be stunning! Here I whipped one up in traditional Christmas colors . Pretty spring colors in pink, yellow and grass green would be lovely too. All one, neutral color like cream or gray for those minimalist lovers out there. Endless possibilities. Such a simple, 3 step pattern for the adventurous beginner knitter or better. A 3-st i-cord, a knit in one-piece leaf base and some oak leaves….. Tie the i-cord over the leaf base and oak leaf and you’re done. I would rate this as an advanced beginner or better.

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Skill Level

Beginner