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Women of Mathematics Laceweight Collection
All slightly off-kilter in some way, these three shawls are designed to be versatile everyday pieces. They only require the most basic lace skills, and are well within the reach of any knitter who knows how to handle a yo or two. Don’t be afraid of the fineness of the yarn, you’re still using pretty big needles. There are three sizes of project, depending on how big a piece you want, and each adapts to whatever quantity of yarn you have.
Noether is a big old rectangle, with a fun asymmetric stripe. Busbridge is a regular triangle that turns the patterning upside down: it’s lacy at the top, plain at the bottom. And Souvaine is a slightly asymmetric triangle, with an oh-so-simple but very impactful lace stripe.
Patterns available as a collection on Ravelry, $10 for the first week, going up to $12 after that.
Everyone needs a classic moto jacket – but who says it needs to be leather?
The Wild One has all the right details: asymmetrical fronts, a high collar, and some serious hardware. The warm and windproof
fabric means that it’s functional, too.
Style it traditionally with jeans and a white tee, or to use it add a little bit of rock ‘n roll to a dress. You’ll wear it every day (motorcycle optional).
Sized for Women’s to XS to 3X, the slightly cropped length, set-in sleeves, and waist shaping fit and flatter all figures and sizes.
A baby bonnet using the most special of yarns, for the most special of babies.
This pattern is suitable for knitters with a little experience. The bonnet is worked seamlessly, in the manner of a sock heel turn.
Multiple sizes, to fit pre-teens to the largest adult hands. Work sideways, flat. The gusseted thumb is created through the use of German Short rows. If you’ve never used them before, you’ll find them easier to work – and easier to make tidy – than the usual warp & turn. I’ve included a tutorial.
The perfect second Brioche project, designed to build your confidence with increasing and decreasing.
A full explanation of Brioche stitches is included.
It’s a relatively quick knit, using only 1 ball of Noro Kureyon – Silk Garden would be an excellent substitute – and half a skein of Cascade 220, or similar.