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I'm a SAHM to 3 wonderful children, and in my free time (AKA when I'm ignoring the piles of laundry and dishes and pretending that the dust bunnies in the corners of every room in the house don't ...
I'm a SAHM to 3 wonderful children, and in my free time (AKA when I'm ignoring the piles of laundry and dishes and pretending that the dust bunnies in the corners of every room in the house don't really exist), I knit, crochet, sew, craft, cook and blog. Visit my blog www.jkwdesigns.com for more free patterns, recipes, craft tutorials and free printables!View all patterns by designer (31) »
When my family relocated to Seoul, South Korea, we encountered the Coldest Winter Ever. I wanted to make myself a new matching set with a hat, scarf and fingerless mitts, but browsing patterns online, I couldn't find one that didn't look seriously outdated. So I made my own! This pattern is suitable for beginners who are looking to branch out just a tiny bit. Once you learn the pattern for the spirals, it's a mindless knit that looks fabulous! Plus, each of the items is knit in the round, so there's no dreaded seaming at the end!
The pattern is written in one size to fit an average-sized woman.
You should be familiar with knitting in the round, using double pointed needles, and the following stitches:
k2tog knit two together
k3togknit three together
yo yarn over
m1 make one