With a sweet face, spiraling horns, and delightfully rotund body, Friendsheep transforms novelty and textured yarns into sweet, fleecy little friends. If you’ve been looking for a project to make the most of the Fun Fur languishing at the bottom of your stash, this project is just the ticket.
Fair warning, Friendsheep is so darn cute you won’t want to stop after the first one. Knit an entire flock and swap with your sheep-loving friends!
knitter’s quilt: dancing diamonds
Inspired by patchwork quilting, this cozy diamond-motif blanket makes your scrap yarn shine.
The knitting directions are easy to memorize, almost any yarn weight can be included, and the yarn requirements for each square are so scant that this project will fit in even a sandwich-size bag. There is simply no better on-the-go knitting. If you knit a square every time you find yourself with a few spare minutes, you’ll have a blanket in no time.
rothko gradient brioche wrap
If you’ve been looking for a simple-but-stunning pattern to try your hand at brioche and hone your skills, this wrap is for you!
Featuring a springy, dimensional i-cord edging and a unique double color gradient, this reversible rectangular wrap is an elegant and polished addition to your knitted wardrobe.
The pattern (available on Ravelry) includes a photo tutorial for the two-color i-cord cast on, and two pattern versions – the original Bounded Brioche Wrap in Aran weight, and Rothko in Sport weight featuring a gorgeous gradient.