When I saw a pillow with this design, I just had to create a pattern to double-knit loom knit. And here is the result! All ready to turn it into a pillow to grace our couch over the holidays! Never used a color chart? Read on…
When I saw this darling eyelet sleeveless top on Mama In A Stitch’s page, I had to convert this pattern to the double-knit loom. I chose to use the same yarn that Jessica used in her pattern – knitting with 2 strands of different colored LB Cotton Jeans yarn. The gauge matched perfectly using [ Read more… ]
Add a little fall color to your projects with these fun multi-color patterns.
Ah, Autumn! I love this time of year! I want to just decorate my whole house in everything fall colors. I was looking for an easy knit pillow cover pattern that I could create some great throw pillows in fall colors.
How about this super cute, super-easy sweater I found on www.allaboutami.com? Straight up Stockinette stitch, no increase or decrease. Perfect for our Indian summer days coming up or any time of the year you want to surround yourself with that sea breeze comfy feeling.
Here it is, summer fading away and poof! I watched my first pre-season football game of the season and suddenly autumn is in the air. Although the weather is still warm, here are some easy and quick blanket patterns you can put on your radar so when that perfect yarn goes on sale, you’ll know [ Read more… ]
Finding knitting patterns specifically for the double-knit loom can be challenging, as you all know. However, converting a traditional knit pattern to double-knit does not need to be difficult. Here are a few easy, traditional knit patterns I’ve run across lately that are just as easy to convert to double-knit.
Here’s an easy, super soft knit top that can be worn with jeans, slacks or cute skirt. And, not only is it the softest yarn I’ve ever knitted with, it was so easy to do!. It’s knit in two pieces, exactly the same, using the Rib Stitch and Stockinette Stitch. The top panel is [ Read more… ]