22.5 Degrees

#1

22.5 Degrees

I love the look of variegated sockyarn, especially Wollmeise, in simple garter stitch. And I love a little something around my neck when it’s cold. So I invented this pretty and practical scarf-shawl-hybrid: It is shaped as a very wide triangle with 22.5-degree-angles at the tips (rather than the usual 45 degrees). It can be wrapped around several times and tightened with a knot – so it will not leave you, even if it’s only 22.5 degrees (Fahrenheit, that is!) outside. A scalloped edge adds a little unexpected frill, but is optional. A very relaxing but interesting knit to enjoy every inch of your beloved Wollmeise.

I used almost one entire skein (142 g) of Wollmeise (about 550 yards) so if you want to substitute yarns, you will need about 550-570 yards of yarn just to be sure. If you want to use less, you will have to work fewer repeats and end up with a smaller sized scarf.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/225-degrees


 

#2

The Soxx

The Soxx

Soxx is a great beginning sock pattern for anyone who needs practice knitting socks on dpns, or for someone who has not tried socks yet and wants to learn.

The pattern is written to be clear, easy to understand and follow. This pattern has been tech editing.

We are also using this simple sock pattern to showcase some of our colorways that men seem to really love (at least our men do).

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-soxx

Oxford Cable Cowl


#3

Oxford Cable Cowl

The classic crosshatched cable design of this warm cowl has a collegiate feel. Classic wood buttons add a touch of sophistication and old-world charm. Stitch diagram included.

Materials
1 skein of Lion Brand Sock-Ease, color: snow cone (438 yards)

Supplies
2.75 mm Crochet Hook, Size C

Cowl Dimensions
Cowl: 11 inches by 4 inches (22 inch circumference

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/oxford-cable-cowl