Patterns & Tutorials

Tutorials

Sencha buttonMy Mods for: Colette Patterns Sencha

Quilted swirl cuff (beaded side)Cuff You

Spirale De Cuir Earrings Spirale De Cuir Earrings

NOTE: The head pins in the pair in this pic are larger and thicker than the ones in the tutorial. I didn’t have more of these for the photos. The larger base allows the bottom of the spiral to sit on the edge and prevents it from sliding through.

SUPER CowlSUPER Cowl Quick & Dirty Tutorial

Patterns

Felicity HatFelicity

Razor Shell NeckwarmerRS Neckwarmer

Oops Earflap HatOops! Mini Earflap Hat

Affro Girls outdoors Affro Girl Doll

13 thoughts on “Patterns & Tutorials

  1. May I ask you a question about your beautiful pattern Felicity?

    Does M1 mean M1 away? I’m just not sure which way to increase. I went to knitting help.com and suddenly there was a multitude of ways to increase.

    Thanks for the beautiful pattern. I’m making it into a chemo cap for a dear friend.

    Sandy

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  3. I just finished the Felicity Hat and I love it love it love it!!!

    Thanks for such a GREAT, EASY and STYLISH pattern..!

  4. Hi,

    I got your idea from Nancy at Close Knit in Portland, and I am so in love with your pattern, and thank you so much for sharing it with us!

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  7. Thank you for the Felicity hat! It’s very simple and can be played up by using fun yarns. Almost finished my first one using Berroco Alpaca yarn…warm and soft.

    I appreciate your sharing your work.

    Regards,
    Elaine

  8. Hi! Love the Felicity hat! And I was wondering about the M1. I’ve made three of them (three daughters) and the M1 leaves holes. Is it supposed to? I told them it was part of the design, then decided maybe I’d better check that out to make sure there isn’t another way I should be doing it. I pick up the ladder part between two stitches to do my M1. Correct?

    Thanks for such a great hat design! You rock!

    Jan

    • Hi Jan,

      Thanks so much for the positive feedback!! I really appreciate it ;0)

      I make one and then knit it through the back of the loop. That seems to make the most invisible increase for me. I do try to pull it tightly, though to make it as invisible as possible.

      I hope that helps!

      Wanett

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  10. Thanks you so much for the Felicity pattern! I just made a purple one and I have been wearing it aorund the house for a week (in August). It’s a great pattern!!

    Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us! And thanks too for the blog, it’s a really nice read. :)

    -Michelle

  11. I’m unable to open your ultra cute Felicity Hat pattern and am wondering if something is wrong with the pdf. I’m majorly itching to knit this up and am hoping it can be corrected soon!

    THANKS!

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