I previously wrote a post about my desire to knit the Frost Flowers pattern. I have completed my front part and will post some photos hopefully this weekend. If you love this pattern remember to keep your garment tight fitting because the pattern has a soft baggy effect.
I came acros this pattern today and am slightly sorry that I had not seen this one last week because it is the only free pattern I have come across with the sleeve pattern included.
FREE PATTERN DOWNLOAD: http://fortiesknitter.blogspot.com/2014/02/free-knitting-pattern-1940s-jumper_26.html
I love this pattern sooo much. I wish someone would knit me a frost flowers afghan!
FREE PATTERN: http://www.favecrafts.com/Knit-Afghans/Lace-Cable-Afghan-Knitting-Pattern
I know it is almost March, with the renovations and all the other delays I am not very organised. I discovered that I did not have a proper desk calendar and that they don’t want us sticking anything onto their newly painted walls.
I found this lovely blog with all these printable calendars. I will have to mark the public holidays but that does not matter becasue they are beautiful. Take a look.
Easy to print pdf file 4 pages: http://momspark.net/2014-calendar-cards/
Free and easy pattern (I want to try this one!)
If you get a chance to complete yours before I start mine please let me know how it works out. I would love to see your blog post on this.
FREE PDF DOWNLOAD: http://www.yarnspirations.com/pattern/knitting/turban-twist-hat
After watching this video:
I was inspired by this unique technique and created this shawl wrap.
It is fun starting with 3 stitches and before you know it you have this great big shawl and it is knitted from the neck downwards and not the otherway round as you would expect.