September is right around the corner and this is when most knitters (including myself) start thinking about Christmas presents!
I have quite a few people I like to make presents for, so the sooner I start, the better. I try to pick projects I know I can complete in a couple of days – scarves, hats, gloves, dish cloths, etc.
So, if you’re looking for a quick and easy project that would make a great Christmas gift, here’s a FREE pattern for a Chunky Knit Scarf. You can click here for the pattern.
I used King Cole Super Chunky yarn I purchased from loveknitting.com.
And stay tuned because I’ll be sharing a new pattern soon! 😀
Did you know today my Chunky 2-Tone Scarf pattern is on PAGE 2 of the Independent Designers “most loved” beginner knitting patterns over at loveknitting.com? There are 247 pages of patterns and I’m on page 2!!
I’m ABSOLUTELY thrilled!! A HUGE thank you to each and every one of you who “loved” my pattern!
Check it out when you have a moment. You can click here to go to the page.
It’s a free pattern so why don’t you download it and make one of your own??
A couple of days ago I shared a sneak peek with you of a project I was making that wasn’t a towel! LOL!!
Here it is! I made a scarf! Yes, I know it’s the beginning of summer, however, scarves are always a simple and quick project and I wanted to start something I knew I could complete!! 😉 I used a super chunky yarn which made the project go even faster!
I used King Cole Super Chunky yarn that I purchased at loveknitting.com. It’s so so soft!!
I also created a pattern for the scarf and it’s available for FREE right here!
So head on over to loveknitting.com and get yourself some yarn! It’s never too early to start those Christmas presents!
The other day I shared a sneak peek of a project I was working on and here’s the finished product.
It’s a hooded scarf!
I’m not much of a hat wearer, but on some days I do need something to cover my head, so I was looking around Pinterest and I found pictures of hooded scarves! I figured those wouldn’t be too hard to make, so I came up with my own simple pattern. Click here for the pattern.
I used 3 balls of bulky yarn (Loops & Thread “Charisma” available at most Michaels stores) and size 13 needles, but you can use whatever yarn you have in your stash and just modify the pattern accordingly.
It only took a couple of days to complete and I got it done just in time for the cold weather today!
And now to finish my fingerless gloves to go with it!
Here’s a sneak peek of another project I have on the go right now!
I’ll be posting the finished product with the pattern when I’m done, so stay tuned!