Tired of jogs in your circular knitting? Want stripes that line up?
Here’s the pattern for you. The stitch pattern explains exactly where and how to accomplish the jogless join technique in this striped hat and mitten set.
Knit something special for the little one in your life and learn the jogless join technique.
Pattern is for sizes 2-3 years and 4-5 years.
Available free at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/margie-mitchell
It’s the season to think about gifts to make and item to knit to keep yourself warm. Here is a hat that has a fun and complimentary globe shape. Fast and easy to make with chunky yarn and an easy knit and purl stitch. Inspired by the Harry Potter movies.
Knitting Tip: For a great way to join the hat in the round and avoid that lovely gap that is made when you knit the first stitch, try casting on one more stitch than you need, work the first stitch, then slip that extra cast on stitch over the first stitch worked. No more gap, just a nice smooth edge all the way around.
Pattern can be found at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/margie-mitchell
This hat turned up fits kids, not turned up it fits adults.
Here is the 2nd in a series of 6 hats called Toe Head Hats. This hat features a large Norwegian star in motif and a lining with smaller stars. The pattern, which explains the construction techniques and features a photo tutorial is available at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/margie-mitchell
English Farm Hat
Here is a new way to make a hat. Starting with the top and shaped, this hat starts just like a toe up sock. The pattern includes a photo tutorial on the cast on technique as well as information on this fun, new contruction. The hat also features a lining that when turned up gives a fun new look.
Available at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/margie-mitchell and at craftsy.com