New this week, is the Hillside Blanket. A great beginner blanket project. The offset lace detail gives it more visual interest than a regular chevron blanket. See below for info on buying this week at a discount.
50% Off Until July 2nd
Use promo code: BLANKET50 at my Etsy shop to get 50% off the blanket. Good until July 2, 2020.
I have a new pattern available just in time for spring cleaning.
These super cute chevron baskets are the perfect way to stash your stuff. Use your imagination to create tons of color and pattern combinations.
The pattern includes four basket variations:
Small Basket with no handles: 21” around x 7” high
Small Basket with handles: 21” around x 7.75” high
Large Basket with no handles: 32” around x 8” high
Large Basket with handles: 32” around x 8.75” high
Using super bulky yarn, these baskets work up quick and are super sturdy for all your organzing needs.
The pattern includes step-by-step photo tutorials for techniques used for working chevrons in the round.
Plus you will receive a link to a pattern exclusive video tutorial that will show you all the techniques as well.
Use promo code: chevron at checkout to receive 50% off the pattern.*
I’m calling this project a scarf cowl because it’s long enough to wear as a scarf, or you can double it up to keep your neck nice and toasty. It’s really easy and only a one row pattern repeat, so even beginners should be able to make it.
I’m loving the color combination Knitcrate sent me and in the step-by-step video tutorial that accompanies this pattern, you can learn how to make the color changes on this project without ever having to cut your ends. That means the only weaving in you do is your starting and ending tails! Yes way!