Thursday, January 04, 2007

KB's Free Patterns

Click on the pattern title to take you to the pattern PDF - happy knitting!

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7 comments:

soomp said...

thanks so much for your 2-weeknites with warrick scarf pattern - i love it!! i'm knitting it with PLYMOUTH BOKU yarn, which is supposed to be their version of kureyon. BUT - does it really take you only 2 weeknights?? i've been working on it for about 5 weeknights, and i still have several feet to go :x it's awesome, anyhow! :D

Deborah said...

What a great looking sweater. Please tell me the beautiful model is your daughter! Congratulations belatedly on the graduation and good luck!

NANCY said...

Oh, my dear lady! I don't know you, but you must have died a thousand deaths last Thursday night watching the finale of CSI. I know I did. This seems to be happening to almost every great series I enjoy - one of the cast members bites the dust, in one way or another. Disgusting....

Nancy in N MN gemini2@northlc.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your patterns. I was wondering on the two weeknights with Warrick scarf what to do for the salvage sts. Is it stockinette? Thanks!

Karin said...

Hi Anonymous!

For those stitches, you knit them on every row - it gives a nice edge to the scarf :).

Glad you like it!

Anonymous said...

Your patterns are beautiful! I'm planning to knit the sweetheart ripples scarf. What stitch do you recommend for the selvedge stitches at the beginning and end of each row? I haven't come across this in directions before. Thanks!

Karin said...

Thank you so much, glad you like them!
The selvedge stitches are meant to be knit on each row, it gives a nice finished edge to the scarf.
Happy knitting!