Take a look at some of the amazing finished Delta Hats knitters have made during the Delta Hat knit along and find out who won the giveaway prizes.
Blocking and caring for hand knit items is important, so today, I want to share tips for maintaing your knitwear, particularly if it’s a piece done in a fine fiber like yak or cashmere. I mean, after all the hard work of making your own creation, why not take the best possible care of it?
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention something critical to the design process for my most recent pattern, the Delta Hat. The big difference between the Delta and other patterns I’ve released so far is that this one involves notions – buttons, to be precise. I wouldn’t be me, though, without finding some new and special way to put something unique into the design. In the Delta Hat’s case, it’s the button flap, designed with buttons from Balwen Woodworks.
I’m so excited to be partnering with Bijou Basin Ranch on this knit along for my new Delta Hat pattern. With a full rainbow of colors to choose from, I can’t wait to see the many color and button combos people knit Delta Hats in!
The Spring Meadow Scarf Knit Along has come to an end, friends! You can visit the giveaway host, AllFreeKnitting, to find out who won the giveaway, and if you missed the week 6 tutorial video, it’s in this post!
Fern lace is one of my favorite lace patterns of all time, and in today, week 5 of 7 of the spring knit along, we’re getting the chance to knit another scarf section with it!
It’s the midway point of this knit along, friends! We’re at post 4 of 7, and we’re knitting the middle panel of the scarf this week.
Week 3 of the Spring Meadow Scarf KAL features a special transition to seamlessly move from one lace pattern to the next.
Jump on week two of the Spring Meadow Scarf knit along with some fern lace!