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Ravelry: First Harvest pattern by Kerin Dimeler-Laurence

Enjoy knitting the rows of wheat and orchard trees that grace these socks and create a wonderful texture. The pattern is perfect for reminding us of the fruitful baskets of harvest.

These fingerless gloves form a circle shape around the thumb. They are knitted without breaking the yarn, so there are only two ends to weave in per mitt. The pattern is written that the mitts can be adjusted to fit different hand sizes. The circle shape shows best when using self striping yarn.

Patterns like these are usually done is crochet. The only thing left to decide is what yarn to use. - Free Knitting Pattern: Pieces of Eight Mitts

Free pattern for an easy to knit baby blanket  Small treasures you can knit repinned by Merja . Best #knittingbooks and #knittingtools http://knit.multiplyprosperity.com

lchunt's Basketweave Baby Blanket


Lace and Cables Scarf pattern by Christy Hills

Stripey socks! Using Paton's Jacquard and Stripes pattern, available on Ravelry.

Using Paton's Jacquard and Stripes pattern, available on Ravelry.

Ravelry: Nightingale pattern by Vintage Purls

Nightingale pattern by Vintage Purls

Nightingale is a toe-up, stranded colour work sock that uses just two yarns; one variegated and one almost solid. Pick two colours that contrast well with each other for maximum effect.

Kællingesjal 1897;ENGLISH;recreation from Vendsyssel Museum, Denmark by Mette Rørbech-free

Ravelry: Kællingesjal from Vendsyssel Museum, Denmark pattern by Mette Rørbech (Danish Tie-Shawl, Sontag, Heartwarmer, Heart-Warmer)