Featuring an eye-catching floral pineapple motif that graces the back and shoulders, the loose fitting Chelsea cardigan is a lightweight piece perfect for the cool spring and fall weather. With the unique top-down construction, there are only two short side seams to sew. Chelsea can also be worn “upside down” with extra fabric for a folded-over collar to warm your neck.
Size I (to fit S/M/L) — 23”/58.5cm body width, 28”/71cm back length
Size II (to fit 1X/2X/3X) — 29”/73.5cm body width, 28”/71cm back length
Back length, as well as armhole depth, can be easily adjusted; yarn amount will vary.
Yarn: Illimani SABRI — 2 to 3 skeins or 750m/820yd to 960m/1050yd heavy fingering
Hook Size: 4mm (US size G/6) or size needed to obtain correct gauge
Enjoy 25% off the list price of CA$7.00; no coupon code required, sale ends after Aug 21, 2019. To learn more about this design and to purchase, please visit here.
A clever hybrid of a cowl and a capelet, Bryanna features a pretty leaf pattern with a delicate sprinkle of simple bobbles/nupps and eyelets on a ground of reverse stockinette. The cowl capelet makes for an exceptionally versatile accessory that can be worn in various ways to keep you beautifully cozy. With an attractive reverse side, this item can be worn with the slouchy cowl folded down as a turtleneck or pulled up as a hood. Knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up, the capelet can be customized in both width and length, made with or without the cowl to suit your needs.
Size I to fit S/M — about 108cm/ 42½” around bottom edge, 54cm/ 21¼” around top edge; capelet portion is 32cm/ 12½” long and cowl portion is 44.5cm/ 17½” long.
Size II to fit L/1X — about 129.5cm/ 51” around bottom edge, 65 cm/ 25½” around top edge; capelet portion is 36cm/ 14” long and cowl portion is 44.5 cm/ 17½” long.
The Bryanna pattern is 25% off the list price of CAD$5.50. The introductory sale ends after Mar 25, 2019; no coupon code required. To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.
I’m thrilled that my Aaron scarf has been selected to run through 5 rounds of voting online with other 63 awesome designs. Please check out the MDK March Mayhem and all 64 patterns so you can have fun voting and keep up to date with the results. :-))
A coordinating piece for the Aaron hat and mitts, this unisex scarf is as enjoyable to knit as it is to wear. The oversized scarf provides a perfect canvas to play up my original, rain-inspired stitch design with arresting juxtaposition of symmetry and asymmetry. With generous length and width to deliver extra warmth and coziness, the Aaron scarf easily doubles up as a wrap for chillier places. While the pattern offers one size knitted in sport weight yarn, the scarf is highly scaleable and can also be made with different yarn weights to suit your needs.
Finished measurements — 38cm wide x 193cm long (15” wide x 76” long). Pattern includes instructions on how to customize the size; yarn amount will vary.
Designed especially for the forthcoming Winter Accessories KCAL (Jan 1 – Feb11), the Aaron Scarf pattern is 25% off the list price of CAD$4.50. The introductory sale ends after Dec 12, 2018; no coupon code required. To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.
A delightful companion to the Justina Hat, the handsome mitts adopt the same pretty floral motif to charm. The mitts, with two sizes, can be made fingerless or in full length. They are knitted in the round from the cuff up, with thumb knitted last.
Adorned with a pretty floral motif and embellished with subtle florets for textural interest, Justina is delightful to knit and elegantly feminine to wear. Reminiscent of blissful spring flowers, the floral motif will happily blossom in any of your favourite colors. The hat is knitted in the round from the bottom up, and comes in two sizes.
A delightful companion to the Sherry Hat, the handsome mitts adopt the same pretty motif and are reversible as well. The mitts, with two sizes, can be made fingerless or in full length. They are knitted in the round from the cuff up, with thumb knitted last.