Knitting: Cheaper than Prozac
…and even cheaper with a few free patterns.
I needed hand towels for the kitchen. My mother needed a bit more on her KnitPicks order to get free shipping. So I ordered a few skeins of CotLin to help her out. I made a smaller version of the hand towel from Mason Dixon Knits. I liked it, but not enough to make two or three more just like it. So I worked out a few more patterns. Here they are.
Get the Kitchen Towels Pattern (pdf)
I went a little nuts in anticpation of the arrival of my first great-niece. You don’t even want to know how many little sweaters, hats, and booties I made. Baby stuff is so much fun. Here’s the pattern for the matching set of Pirate Hat & Booties. Ahoy!
Get the Pirate Bootie Pattern (pdf)
Note to All the New Robot Lovers:
Illusion Knitting really is simple. I blogged about it here
These three illusion scarves were made as gifts. The Alien Scarf was designed by Shetha Nolke; the pattern can be found in the fabulous Stitch N Bitch: The Knitter’s Handbook
by Debbie Stoller. After starting the Aliens, I was so tickled with them that I had to try my hand at making my own charts and so we have Robots and Cats in Shades.
Get the Robots Pattern (pdf)
Get the Cats in Shades Pattern (pdf)