Knit Inspiration: Big Brio Slouch. Work this extra big, extra slouchy beanie up in a just a few hours! The chunky brioche ribbing pattern is created using a rhythmic “knit (or purl) one below” technique which is explained in the pattern.
Knit Inspiration: Lucerne by Rohn Strong. Lucerne is a classic top down skirt perfect for a day at the beach or a night out on the town. It is worked with gentle increases for a flattering A-line shape. Mock cables and wide purl panels give this skirt a fun, flirty, and modern feel. A simple three row crochet border finishes the hem. Lucerne is finished with a small elastic waistband for a customizable fit for every body.
Oh, and by the way, you see that there skirt in the picture? I knitted it *blush*.
Knit Inspiration: Unknown. Now all he needs to do is knit himself some shorts or pants and he is good to go.
Knit Inspiration: Unknown. Knit your man a nice hat on windy days, or just knit one up for yourself. Just knit.
Knit Inspiration: Belstaff. Variegated yarn makes such interesting sweaters. Also take notice at how the sleeves are knitted.
Knit Inspiration: Unknown. The power of machine knitting to create highly intricate patterns.
Knit Inspiration: Hutan by Rohn Strong. Hutan (Indonesian for Forest) is a beautiful top down shawl perfect for that one precious skein of DK/Sport weight hand spun or commercial yarn. Shown in Ontheround Hand spun, this pattern is a perfect into to lace. The construction (top down) means that you can stop at any point or lengthen the shawl if desired. Great for summer knitting and worked a a looser gauge, Hutan is sure to become your favorite go-to piece.
Knit Inspiration: ileaiye. Do you often wear your boyfriend’s, husband’s or dad’s over-sized well-worn sweaters and beloved jumpers? Well, who doesn’t love a warm, comfy sweater?
Crochet Inspiration: Dorothy Wrap by Rohn Strong. Using stranded Tunisian colourwork, this versatile wrap is worked from hem to hem in one piece. Wear it with a belt for a defined waist or simply crochet a long strip as a scarf and wear around the neck for a little added warmth.
I just cannot believe that this is crochet!