A great project for new and experienced knitters alike; this shawl is worked flat in two pieces, then grafted or seamed at the back of the neck. The easy-to-memorize sea shell pattern is worked on a Garter Stitch background, for a squishy, textured result.
These colorful Rainbow Rings will provide tots with hours of ring stacking fun! They can learn the bright colors of the rainbow and enjoy the squishy stacking experience, all at once. The pattern is worked in the round, with instructions for five rings.
When sunshine hits the beach, it's time to prepare your new summer wardrobe. But your summertime wardrobe isn't just clothes.....you won't be ready for the beach without your own knitted beach bag! This design is worked in the round in one piece.
When pondering a natural fiber, many people instantly turn to wool which conjures up bittersweet memories of grandma's scratchy blankets or the scarf that she wrapped around our head before topping it with a kiss. However, the past century has brought about advancements in the processing of natural fibers that will knock your synthetic socks off! It's downright exciting to explore the many selections of natural fibers that are soft and pure enough for baby’s delicate skin or luxurious enough to become your new favorite sweater.
Natural fibers come in many forms: from classic and cool cotton to warm and cozy alpaca. Eco-friendly bamboo yarn has become highly regarded for its sustainability and numerous advantages over synthetic yarns. And let’s not forget luxury group.....angora, silk and cashmere.....the list goes on and on.
The benefits of natural versus synthetic, with regards to many health problems, are truly eye opening. Chronic sinus and allergy problems can become a thing of the past. You will sleep better and breathe easier, enjoying a peace of mind when bundling up your precious little ones or when offering an all-natural gift to a close friend or family member.
But don’t take our word for it -- try for yourself! We believe that once you’ve felt the joy of working with and surrounding yourself in pure and natural fibers, the way nature intended, you will never want to touch a synthetic skein again.