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October 11, 2014

Cable Fingerless Mittens Gloves

These wonderful fingerless mittens hand knitted by me, they are super soft and warm.
Fingerless mitts are very practical but also make great fashion statement. These mittens will keep your hands warm all winter.

If you want to knit these fingerless mittens, I have a pattern!
Buy Pattern HERE
Buy Mittens HERE

October 10, 2014

More Hats

I am on vacation now, so I am spending my time knitting.
Three hats were knitted (more to come).
This fun striped hand knit hat with cables has a pom pom. This hat is seamless for total comfort, hand knitted from acrylic yarn feels soft, warm and cozy. 
The most difficult part was...to take the pictures - my model makes faces all the time:)
The similar beanie in different, oatmeal color :)
 The next hat, Owlet hat, has two "versions" - with beads (so they make owl's eyes) and without them. so you will have just cabled beanie.
To buy these hat and another warm gifts, go to HERE

October 2, 2014

Knitted Sport Hat

I knitted this hat...13 years ago (or so) in Russia but never used in here, in Arizona. 
My daughter loves it (I love it too). So, I wrote a pattern for this cool hat with three color ornament.
The pattern contains detailed written instructions for shaping, the color work pattern is charted only.

Gauge: 23 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette
Difficulty level: Intermediate
Size: youth/adult.
Skills used: knit in the round, decrease, stranded color-work.
Yarn requirements: Any sport weight yarn in three colors

Buy this pattern HERE

October 1, 2014

Knitted Sneaker Slippers

Finally, I finished them :) I started knitting these cool sneakers about 4 month ago, almost finished and "stuck" only on the laces :) Today, I crocheted theses strings, wrote a pattern/ tutorial, photographed, and posted! Yay!
Size: woman 7 1/2 - 9 (9 ½ - 10 ½)
Skill Level: Beginner

Materials needed: Double pointed needles size 4.5 mm/US7, crochet hook size E /3.5mm, yarn in two colors- medium weight/worsted
Prerequisites: Knitting in the round, increasing, decreasing

Buy this pattern HERE 
If you do not want to knit but want to wear them, buy them HERE