Ravelry: Runner Bean Mitts pattern by Miranda Jollie

Runner Bean Mitts pattern by Miranda Jollie

Carn scarf in Debbie Bliss Rialto 4-ply, from Knit Now issue 72

Carn scarf in Debbie Bliss Rialto 4-ply, from Knit Now issue 72

This cowl was inspired by the “Difference Engine”, designed by Charles Babbage in the early 19th century and arguably the world’s first computer -…

Difference Engine Cowl pattern by Miranda Jollie

This cowl was inspired by the “Difference Engine”, designed by Charles Babbage in the early 19th century and arguably the world’s first computer -…

This hat is worked in the round from the bottom up with no seaming. When working the herringbone stitch rnds, you create one extra stitch that is decreased on the next rnd. This is to help minimise the small hole that is otherwise created at the end of the rnd.

This hat is worked in the round from the bottom up with no seaming. When working the herringbone stitch rnds, you create one extra stitch that is decreased on the next rnd. This is to help minimise the small hole that is otherwise created at the end of the rnd.

The mitts are worked in the round and are based on a simple lace pattern. You can use written instructions or the chart.

The mitts are worked in the round and are based on a simple lace pattern. You can use written instructions or the chart.

Inspired by nature, this top-down slouchy hat uses decreases and eyelets to mimic a spiral-shaped cactus. In one skein of Blacker Yarns Tamar Lustre Blend DK, it’s much easier to make than it looks!

Inspired by nature, this top-down slouchy hat uses decreases and eyelets to mimic a spiral-shaped cactus. In one skein of Blacker Yarns Tamar Lustre Blend DK, it’s much easier to make than it looks!

This laceweight infinity scarf, Endless Summer, knits from less than 50g of yarn. Originally published in Knit Now magazine, you can now download it in exchange for a donation to Medicins sans Frontieres.

This laceweight infinity scarf, Endless Summer, knits from less than 50g of yarn. Originally published in Knit Now magazine, you can now download it in exchange for a donation to Medicins sans Frontieres.

A sleeveless top that’s perfect for warmer weather knitting or wearing, in luxurious Fyberspates Scrumptious, or choose your favourite indulgent yarn - smaller sizes knit from just 2 skeins so it’s a great opportunity to treat yourself!

Elvaston Sleeveless Top pattern by Miranda Jollie

A sleeveless top that’s perfect for warmer weather knitting or wearing, in luxurious Fyberspates Scrumptious, or choose your favourite indulgent yarn - smaller sizes knit from just 2 skeins so it’s a great opportunity to treat yourself!

Ravelry: Goosefeather Scarf pattern by Miranda Jollie

Goosefeather Scarf pattern by Miranda Jollie

Ravelry: Goosefeather Scarf pattern by Miranda Jollie

Lime Wedge Trinket Baskets, from I Like Knitting, April 2017  Brighten up your home with these cheerful, citrus-inspired trinket baskets. Worked in the round from the bottom up, you can make them any size you like. They are perfect for knitting notions, jewelry, or all those bits and pieces you need to keep surfaces tidy.

Lime Wedge Trinket Baskets, from I Like Knitting, April 2017 Brighten up your home with these cheerful, citrus-inspired trinket baskets. Worked in the round from the bottom up, you can make them any size you like. They are perfect for knitting notions, jewelry, or all those bits and pieces you need to keep surfaces tidy.

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