‘Harry’ is a family 5×2 rib Beanie which is reversible, making it like two beanies in one! Use a flat seam to make it reversible, or choose which side you like best and make that the right side. The pattern includes 5 sizes, covering all ages from 2 years through to mens. Read all about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Harry.html
The lovely flecks of colour in the Denim yarn add an extra dimension to the easy rib stitch. Denim yarn is available for sale from my Knitting Yarns Online website. You will find it here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/Denim.html
Happy knitting and stay safe!
This family microfiber Beanie has a 1×1 rib brim then is worked in a diagonal rib stitch. So soft and comfortable to wear, it will keep you warm all winter long. The pattern includes five sizes. Get all the details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Oxley.html
This beanie is worked in Mon Amour yarn which I absolutely love. It is divine to knit with and is available for sale from my Knitting Yarns Online website. You will find it here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/MonAmour.html
Today I am pleased to introduce you to ‘Aubrey’. This family Beanie has a 1×1 rib brim then is worked in fisherman’s rib. The yarn’s composition of lambswool and cotton makes for a soft and warm beanie that is exceptionally comfortable to wear.
The pattern includes 5 sizes and you will find all the details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Aubrey.html
To learn more about Coast yarn (which can be purchased from my Knititng Yarns Online website), please click here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/Coast.html
In Australia it’s time to start gearing up for the 2020 AFL season. Show support for your team with these fabulous footy slippers! They have garter stitch soles, stocking stitch uppers and optional i-cord laces.
Not only are they practical and fun to wear, but they also make a fantastic novelty gift for every one-eyed supporter. The patterns includes six sizes, so you can knit a pair for everyone in the family.
The slippers have been divided into three styles, based on the number of colours required, accommodating all eighteen AFL teams.
If you prefer rugby or soccer or any other sport over Australian rules football, you can still use this pattern just substitute your own club colours.
Read all about it here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/family.html
Happy knitting (and go North Melbourne!)
My first lot of knitting kits are now available online – woo-hoo!
I currently have kits for beanies, slippers and a neck scarf, in a variety of yarns, and I will be adding more styles over the coming weeks and months.
Since the modern yarns don’t always fall into the old ply system, it can be confusing working out which pattern you can use with which yarn. I hope that by offering these kits, it will simplify the process for you. Each kit contains a printed pattern, along with the yarn required to knit one item. The packaging isn’t fancy but the cardboard box is recyclable and I think that’s more important than being pretty.
These kits can be posted worldwide and so there are no surprises when deciding if the kit is right for you, the listed price on my website includes postage to various locations around the world.
To see what kits are currently on offer, please visit the following link to search the knitting kits available, either by yarn, or by project type, and make sure you keep coming back to see what new styles become available:
This 4ply family Beanie, with optional pom pom, has a 2×2 rib brim then is worked in easy stocking stitch. Let the yarn do its’ thing to create the beautiful striping and fair isle design for you – but feel free to take the credit as though you did that fancy work yourself! The pattern includes 5 sizes and you can get all the important details here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Ivory.html
Super soft to the touch, Monte Bianco 4ply yarn is great for beanies, socks, kids and baby garments, as well as luxurious shawls. This self-patterning yarn comes in a gorgeous range of tonal colours, and makes even the plainest stitches look like something special. This yarn is made in Italy and is available for sale from my Knitting Yarns Online website. Ready more about it and see the colour range here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/MonteBianco.html
‘Mallory’ is a warm and chunky Beanie, with optional pom pom. It is worked in a simple texture stitch and has a rib brim. Perfect for those new to knitting beanies, it is easy and quick to knit. The pattern includes 5 sizes covering kids, teens, ladies and men. Check it out here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Mallory.html
It is worked in the gorgeous Abbraccio yarn. This chunky, beautifully soft yarn has a lovely drape. Being 100% microfiber, it is perfect for those with sensitive skin, and for those who don’t enjoy the scratchy feeling that some pure wool yarns have. See the colour range and read more about it here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/Abbraccio.html
From next week I will be offering knitting kits which combine patterns with the yarn required to knit them – and Mallory will be one of those kits. Stay tuned for more details on that next week!
Today I am pleased to introduce you to a new pattern, and a stunning new yarn!
Whitney is a gorgeous baby beanie worked in an easy block stitch/basket stitch. The pattern includes four sizes covering 0 to 12 months. This style will be perfect for both baby girls and boys.
Read all about it here: https://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Whitney.html
It is knitted in super soft 4ply Sweety yarn. I wish you could feel this yarn through your screen as it needs to be felt to be believed! In my 40+ years of knitting I have never felt an acrylic yarn that is this unbelievably soft. It is ideal for baby knits but kids and adults will also love to feel this gorgeous delicate yarn against their skin.
You can read more about Sweety and see the colour range at my brand new website, Knitting Yarns Online! Check it out here: http://www.knittingyarnsonline.com.au/Sweety.html
Happy new year to you all! Although I have been very quiet on social media lately, there has been a lot going on behind the scenes and I have some exciting new things happening for 2020. In the next week or two I will be unveiling a new website, introducing some stunning new yarns, adding knitting kits to my product range, and offering my patterns as both digital downloads and hardcopy printed patterns. So stay tuned for those updates!
Today I am introducing a new beanie pattern – Verity. Worked in Coast yarn which is a luxurious blend of lambswool and cotton, this simple garter stitch knit turns into a lovely diagonal beanie with a turned up brim. The pattern includes sizes 2 years through to mens.
Read more about the pattern here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Verity.html
Read more about Coast yarn here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/Coast.html
The nights are definitely getting cooler here at Tamborine Mountain, and winter is just around the corner for the southern hemisphere – so it’s time to get busy knitting slippers! Quick to knit, and great for using up left over yarn, these slippers are sure to keep your feet warm and comfy all winter long.
With a variety of styles to chose from, in a range of sizes, and using 4ply, 8ply, 12ply and chunky yarns, you’re sure to find the style that’s right for you.
See my full range of slipper knitting patterns here: http://www.knittingpatternsonline.com.au/slippers.html