Monthly Archive:: March 2010

Stash-Buster Cushion

This is a great way to use up aran-weight leftovers from other projects. Each coloured row used no more than 5g of yarn. The front of the cushion cover is knitted in an slip-stitch pattern which is easy and fun. Instructions are given for a …

Dream Shrug

A lacy mohair shrug with elbow-length sleeves and deep ribbing. The simple ripple pattern makes the most of colour-change yarn. Suitable for novice knitters who want to tackle new skills, this is a great introduction to knitting lace and working in the round. By Suzie …

Ruffle Lace scarf

Wrap up warm in this soft, girly scarf in medium-weight mohair. The scarf is knitted lengthways in purl ridges, with ruffles are created using simple yarn-over increases. By Suzie Blackman from It’s a Stitch Up. Size: Length at cast-on edge: 180 cm (71 in.) Width …

Staggered rib scarf

A cosy, chunky-weight, unisex scarf in a reversible, diagonal rib pattern. The stitch pattern is quick-to-knit and simple enough for a beginner, although it requires a bit of concentration. By Suzie Blackman from It’s a Stitch Up. Find the free scarf knitting pattern here: link