This pattern is very forgiving and you should not get stressed out over having an extra stitch! I had one a couple of times on my shawl, but I couldn’t find any mistakes after I finished knitting and examined the shawl.
Dorothy Reade’s hand-written chart symbols. I’m just finishing an article for TheKnitter UK about Dorothy Reade’s development of knitting charts in the 1960s.
Here’s an easy cable ski cap that is dedicated to Gail, the former listmom of Knit-U and Knit Design.
These make good gifts, for friends, loved ones, or as donations to homeless shelters or any place that collects warm woolies for those in needs.
I got the idea for this design when I went to the Denver Knitting Guild meeting last month. One of the discussion topics was charity knitting, and the group was looking for patterns for shrugs that they could knit.
Here’s a quick hat that takes 1 ball of yarn with 100 meters (109 yards). You can probably make it in one evening. It took me about 90 minutes.