Oh, I definitely need that. Our house is so cold in the mornings. The Boardwalk ones are nice, but I can definitely see me making the Fox ones, the Steggy ones, and the Moccasin ones. Thanks for a great episode! This is why I listen to the Yarnthing podcast — because I learn about designs, yarns, and fiber companies that I never heard of. Thank you! I always learn something new and laugh during your podcast. I loved this interview! I would definitely make all these slippers including the boardwalk slippers. I think these designs would be fun to make and also be great gifts.
I have never knit with linen yarn so am not so sure about the boardwalk pattern. And nice to learn about Willow Yarns. The color options for some of them are great! She has shown quite a range from boardwalk to foxes, I love them all! I also just requested a Willow Yarns catalog.grupoavigase.com/includes/166/4703-contactos-de.php
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Thanks to Rae, Marly and Tammy for a standout episode! I went on Rav right away to check out all the patterns. They really are very different. What a collection. The Boardwalk Loafers are cute, but I need something that slips on quickly — no trying up. My favs are the Mocassins. They are all super cute though. Loved learning about Rae, and Willow yarns. I love their sample packs, and want to try one soon. Boardwalk is nice, and I love many of the other patterns in the book too. I just wore a hole in my pair of slippers last week.
Maybe I will make the Boardwalk pattern to be my next pair! Like this: Like Loading Related Posts. Stylish Knit Dog Sweater-Video Tutorial Remember your furry friends this winter with a great knit dog sweater just for them. Comments Amazing! Enjoyed the show and wish her success…the boardwalk pattern is very cute. The Boardwalk slippers look great. Nice interview Marly, you find the neatest people. Love the Willow Yarns and designs.
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Keep up the great works of love. Since I love the boardwalk I would love to make the boardwalk slippers. The interview was great today. I love, just love the boardwalk pattern for slippers. I need some boardwalk slippers in my life!!! Thanks for another excellent podcast! Thanks for the backstory on the Boardwalk slippers. The example is in newborn size. This is a lightweight and gender neutral blanket. It works well in a solid color or multiple colors. This is a round ripple with a little vintage twist to it — adding panels of shell and v-stitch. It is a six-point star and can be made in a solid color or with various colors.
This is an original design but is reminiscent of what might have been made a century or two ago. The tiny shells are so delicate and ripple adds a little extra complexity to the look. This whimsical blanket can be made with selected colors or with scraps on hand for a nice stash busting project.
Every side has a loop finish. This blanket is designed to coordinate with the Little Check Baby Hat. It is so easy to make with just knit and purl stitches, but looks so rich. It is available in several sizes. Columns of post stitch emphasize the shells in this ripple afghan. This is a quick and relatively simple pattern with a classy finished look. After the first row, all but the last stitch of each row is made in chain spaces, making this a great pattern for homespun or boucle style yarns, but it can be made with just about any yarn.
This afghan is soft and cuddly and so easy to make. The borders and edges are included as you go. This blanket is designed to coordinate with the King Charles Brocade Hat. This afghan looks so elegant but is so easy to make. This is an old standard lace pattern that I have convered to a ripple. The sample is made in worsted weight cotton, but it would work well with most yarn weights and styles.
This blanket is designed to coordinate with the Wrapped Stitches Baby Hat. The blanket is available in several sizes. This afghan is quick and easy, has built in borders and edging, and looks the same on both sides. After the first three rows, the same row is just repeated over and over, so a really easy pattern to learn.
These blankets are designed to coordinate with the Simple Lines Baby Hats. They are simple with just a bit of elegant detail in several sizes. This afghan has it all. This blanket is designed to coordinate with the fan lace hat of my Two Lace Baby Hats pattern.
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The blanket is knitted in the round, working from the outside in. This blanket is designed to coordinate with the tiffany lace hat of my Two Lace Baby Hats pattern. Making this scarf as a tube makes it reversible and extra warm. This is a fun twist on the old feather and fan pattern. This is a simple but elegant pattern for a throw. The sample is made in worsted weight, but it would work well with lighter weight yarns.
This is a particularly good pattern for a boucle or homespun style yarn because after the first row, all stitches are made in chain spaces. These lacy baby hats are simple but look complicated. The one on the left is fan lace and the one on the right is tiffany lace. These three hats all begin with the same ribbing and can be completed with the Little Check pattern medium blue , King Charles Brocade light blue or the English Diamond Block pattern green. Both of these hats begin with the same ribbing. Hat I is a more simple pattern since the cabling is contained in the repeat area.
I would recommend having experience with both knitting in the round and with cabling before attempting Hat II. Because the cabling is across the entire hat, on some rows stitches will need to be shifted between needles to accommodate cable stitches. This pattern is very simple with just a four row repeat, but creates a very dramatic effect.
It also works well for any weight yarn or even doubling yarn for a quick and thick throw. The horizontal and diagonal lines make it look like a boardwalk, such as Coney Island. The pattern is actually rippled […]. This blanket has a twist on the traditional ripple blanket. It can be made in a solid color, a variegated yarn, or any number of colors. It can also be made with most yarn weights or even using two strands for a quick and thick throw. It features elongated stitches to mimic the elongated double crochets in the blanket.
Making lap blankets for the elderly and infirmed is an amazing way for stitchers to contribute charitably in an enjoyable and fulfilling way. Charitable lap blankets are usually designed to fit in the lap of the wheelchair bound. Since they are so much smaller than a full throw, they are quick to make.
This blanket […]. This is a twist on the old standard Feather and Fan. Slipped stitches provide the strands that are later picked up to form the sides of the windows. This pattern gives the impression of carnival tents. It is written to make a 32 inch square lapghan, but can be easily adjusted to make any size desired. Row is a multiple of 18 plus 3 stitches. The traditional crocheted Navajo afghan is crocheted across with each row having the beginning and ending yarn as fringe.
To avoid having fringe on a lap blanket, this is designed to be crocheted in the round so that the affect of having the crochet stitches all facing the same side are preserved without having to start and stop for each row. Mama's Stitchery Projects. Filet Diamond Ripple Afghan. American Girl Doll Shawl. Diamond Chicken Sweater. My Favorite Ribbed Hat. Cabled Chicken Sweater.
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