Outlander Cowl

This cowl couldn’t be simpler ...or quicker! With one skein of Malabrigo Rasta, Manos Franca or Burly Spun by Brown Sheep, cast 19 sts onto 20.0 mm needles. Knit every row until you’ve worked 25 to 26 inches in length, leaving enough yarn for seaming. To seam, place ends next to each other and then offset .... [ continue reading ]

Garter Stitch Dishcloth

You’ll love this traditional garter stitch dishcloth for its ridged scrubbing power and its thick texture. It is easy to make in Sugar ’n Cream cotton: every row is knitted and every row has one yarn over increase near the beginning. In the last half of the dishcloth, two decreases are worked on each row. Materials .... [ continue reading ]

Three Dishcloths

These three dishcloths have lots of texture for scrubbing dishes and, if your tension is exact, you just might get all three from one solid-coloured ball of Sugar ’n Cream cotton. Skills Used cast on, knit, purl and cast off Materials one ball Sugar ’n Cream Cotton (22 grams per dishcloth) 4.0 mm needles darning needle .... [ continue reading ]

Faux Cable Bracelet & Necklace

This impressive but simple-to-knit design works well as a necklace, bracelet, headband, or even a belt. It could also be used as a handle on a bag. Or... you can use the bracelet to hold your cable needle! Skills Used cast on, knit, purl, decrease, yarn over, cast off Materials 20 m DK weight yarn .... [ continue reading ]

Outlander Fingerless Mittens

You’ll love these quick-knit, easy-to-wear, fingerless mittens that can be worn indoors or out, by themselves, or over a pair of thinner gloves. They are knitted flat in stocking stitch with just a few rows of garter stitch - you only need to knit and purl! Ach, they’re fun! Materials One ball of Cascade’s Lana Grande - 79.5 .... [ continue reading ]

Diagonal Faggoted Scarf

We hope you enjoy knitting this quick-and-easy faggoted lace scarf. This simple scarf, with diagonal tips at each end, is great for striping yarns because you’ll get diagonal stripes instead of horizontal ones!  Our samples have been worked in two quite different yarns: we've used Koigu KPPPM (a heavy fingering weight with a bouncy twist) and Polaris (a .... [ continue reading ]