Perhaps more SoHo than boho? Regardless, a fun knit to keep you stylish, warm, and hands-free on a brisk evening out and about!
The Delores is similar in shape to and worked from the top down like the Cape Bohemia, but feels completely different. Luscious thick-n-thin, soft chenille, and shimmery ribbon are Delores’ way. Use the same color way in all yarns or choose contrasting colors to emphasize the bands of color as well as texture! Buy now … Continue reading Delores Cape
Pretty in pink, but it looks great in all the colors! This capelet starts at the neck and is worked down. After several rows of raglan increases that widen the piece, cast on the button(hole) bands & keep going. The easy lace pattern used to edge the bottom border is also used on the collar. … Continue reading Pretty in Pink
She knits Sea Shells by the sea shore… pick your yarn, choose from among 5 edging options, and knit away, each shell its own unique garment in your summer beach wardrobe.
Ooo-la-la, a beret with dashes of color around the band. Flat top it, pig tail it, knot it, or not!
With or without a turned-up brim, it’s a classic. Make it your own by putting starting with a different color as on the back page, working the brim in a second color, or putting stripes all the way through.
The beauty of bulky yarn is the short time to project completion. Hold two strands of bulky yarn together or use a single strand of super bulky, and this quick knit set will be done in no time.
The cool cactus cap was created at the height of the techno hair trend. Pull it out of the stash and hold with either doubled medium or doubled bulky, and voilà! What was old is new.
Triangle man, triangle man, doing the things a triangle can… even particle man wants one of these hats. Three stranded color patterns to choose from make it three times the fun!