FREE WORSTED This hat was inspired by a hat described on a Savvy Girls podcast. It is fun to knit, and goes quickly. It is very easy to personalize with your own auto buttons, or pins. Have fun with it!
Short video tutorial on how to bind off stitches on the side of multiple rows to create a neater, smoother edge for arm holes and necklines. [Dark Matter Knits Podcast, Episode Stepping Up the Game (Part Technique Segment)]
Ravelry: Unicorn Hat by Sarah Zimmerman. Do you have a little girl that loves unicorns? If so, she is sure to love this crochet unicorn hat with a rainbow mane! Perfect for dress up, Halloween, and a fun colorful hat for dark, gray winter days.
If you can do a gauge swatch, you can make these wristers! You just knit a square piece with a bit of ribbing then sew up the side leaving a hole for your thumb. I need to learn how to knit so that I can do this!
One Row scarf (Start: Cast on 26 stitches (to make it wider or narrower add or remove stitches in groups of 4 ) Row *knit knit into the back of the next stitch, purl Repeat from * till there are 2 stitches left.