Knitting At KNoon Designs, LLC
A little bit of fancy for your neck on a chilly day. The easiest bobbles you'll ever work provide the decoration. This is a great project for a special skein of hand-dyed worsted wt wool. Measures 20" at top, 26" at bottom, and 5" deep, after blocking.
~150 yards of worsted wt yarn. Model is shown in Red Barn Yarn’s worsted wt. (Blue Hydrangea).
Cables for Two
Two easy, cabled scarves -- no cable needles required -- knit up quickly in soft bulky weight yarn, or scale to other yarn weights. Both versions sport neat rolled edges.
~400 yards of worsted, heavy worsted, aran, or bulky wt yarn.
Elegant shaping in simple garter stitch shows off a special yarn to best advantage. This tailored little piece could be worn almost anywhere. DK wt. Measures 5" deep at center, 39-1/2" long at inside edge.
135 yards of DK wt yarn. Model is shown in 50.50 Silk Merino Lite by The Plucky Knitter. (Blue Mercury).
This fun modular knit produces an interesting scarf, providing just the right amount of warmth on the shoulders. The knitting is small and simple, making this a good take-along project. It's also a great place to showcase a fabulous button! Measures 6-1/2" wide by 45-1/2" long.
180 yards of heavy worsted or bulky wt, self-striping yarn. Model is shown in Tango from Tahki • Stacey Charles, Inc.
This feminine triangle is embellished with lace and a dainty string-of-pearls edging. Its generous size can be worn in many ways. Measures 41" wide by 25" deep at center.
400 yards of fingering wt yarn. Model is shown in Sterling Silk & Silver by Kraemer Yarns. (White Veil).
Worked sideways from center back in an interesting textured stitch, this triangle scarf provides a splash of color and a lot of fringe (optional, of course). Measures 32" wide by
15" deep at center, excluding fringe.
~315 yards of fingering wt yarn. Model is shown in Kauni Effektgarn, imported by RYN Yarn. (color EB).
These three scarves all have built-in handwarmers so you'll never be without mittens again! Three versions in three sizes: Petite, Average, and Tall.
Walkabout: On the move in and out of the car on errands, power-walking on your lunch hour, or just out for a stroll. Pocket mittens provide a spot for chilly hands as well as a shopping list, car keys, ID badge, or a little mad money.
Stadium: Perfect for the spectator, whether at the sidelines of a little one’s soccer game or at a major sporting event – knit in team colors, of course. Ends are finished like sleeves, to be worn as “cuff muffs” – by inserting hands in opposite scarf ends.
Chili: More fashion than function, this scarf is knit in a fun yarn and terminates with fingerless mittens.
Light and airy, but oh, so warm. This feminine cowl converts to an attractive hood when desired. Measures 24" around by 13-1/2" deep.
Nimbus: a luminous vapor, cloud, or atmosphere about a god or goddess when on earth (merriam-webster.com).
370 yards of lace wt yarn. Model is shown in Capra, by Mango Moon. (Vapor).
Wrap Me Up in Sock Yarn
Use the Wrap Me Up shawl pattern to make a beautiful scarf. Download a free project sheet with notes on how I made the scarf version.
850 to 1,150 yds of sock yarn; I used 6 balls of Mini Mochi by Crystal Palace, color 105.