This dishcloth is the only scrubby you will need in your kitchen. It’s great for using small amounts of yarn that you might have laying around. It very quick to make. Paired with some special soup this dishcloth will make a great gift. Feel free to sell items made using this pattern. Finished Measurements: approximately … Continue reading »
Every little explorer needs to keep their hands warm and cozy without sacrificing mobility. This crochet pattern for baby mittens was designed for little Brianna to match her Baby Brie hat. They would look great in many color combinations or in solid yarn. For very little ones thumbs can be omitted. Last updated: 3/17/13 Size: … Continue reading »
by Ann Goldman and Anastasia Popova This pattern was born as a collaboration between Ann and I. She got this absolutely gorgeous delicious handspun handdyed yarn at the sheep and wool festival from a woman who raises angora bunnies. All of her yarn was absolutely drop dead gorgeous. She hand spins and dyes the yarn … Continue reading »
There is the pattern for Maksim’s Hat I was talking about.
Size: adult men (head circumference 23 inches)
Yarn: Patons Classic Wool (100% Pure New Wool; 100g/3.5 oz/205 m/223 yds) black, A, and grey, B.
Possible substitutes: Caron Simply Soft, Bernat Satin, or any worsted weight yarn
Hook: 5.0 mm, US H/8, or hook needed to obtain the gauge