Each of these 14 patterns creates a delightfully curved shape (I call them Curls) that drapes beautifully around your neck and shoulders. They’re easy to wear, work at any gauge, and can be knit to any size. Let your favorite skein of yarn determine your gauge and the size of your project. Make a cowl, a scarf, or a shawl. You’re in charge, and you’re going to love the results!
The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet, Volume III
This third volume of the series includes 18 new patterns, each inspired by a vintage scientific illustration of a sea creature. Inside you’ll find nine socks, three hats, three cuffs, two shawls, and one cowl. There’s sure to be something marvelous to add to your own stash of knitted treasures.
The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet, Volume II
This second volume of the series includes 18 new patterns, each inspired by a vintage scientific illustration of a butterfly or moth. Inside you’ll find nine socks, three hats, three cuffs, two cowls, and one shawl. There’s sure to be something worthy of being added to your own collection of knitted treasures.
The Knitter’s Curiosity Cabinet, Volume I
This first volume of the series includes 20 patterns, each inspired by a vintage botanical illustration. Inside you'll find ten socks, two hats, three cuffs, three cowls, and two shawls. Each delightful project offers something sure to win it a place in your own collection of knitted wonders.
You can’t be good all the time. It would be exhausting. Worse yet, it would be boring. I firmly believe we all need to make a little trouble from time to time. But just because you’re up to no good doesn’t mean you don’t want to look great. Whether you’re taking a walk on the wrong side of the tracks, persuading that lock to click open, clambering in through a conveniently open window, or just stirring up mischief, these patterns will make sure you’re doing it in style.
You’re busy. You’re out there fomenting revolution, stirring up the populace, inciting upheaval. That sort of schedule doesn’t leave you with a lot of down time. But that doesn’t mean you don’t need to knit! These seven accessory patterns (two hats, two cowls, and three mitts) are just the thing to keep your fingers happy as you hone your plans for world domination.
Silk Road Socks
Inside you'll find 14 sock patterns, each inspired by a different style of oriental rug. An in-depth primer on top-down sock construction, thorough lessons on chart reading, detailed information on how to resize any sock pattern, and tips to customize your socks to perfectly fit your feet help ensure your knitting success.