Knitting - Accessories
Scarves & wraps
Beanie & hats
Capes & ponchos
I recently shared a crocheted Cascading Kimono Cardigan Pattern here on the blog so I thought it might be fun to share this knit kimono pattern today! This particular kimono is completely beginner friendly and it's made with my all time favorite super bulky yarn and large needles. It's so comfortable to wear and it's warm too as it's made with a wool blend (a soft wool blend - I don't do that itchy scratchy stuff too well). And if you can't wear wool, you can easily ...
One Skein Cowl Scarves! Using Bernat 'Roving' yarn & 13" circular needles, cast on 49 sts & knit seed/moss stitch until you almost run out of yarn. Leave enough to cast off, sew in the ends of the yarn to finish. Super easy :) I made a bunch of these for Christmas and they were a big hit!
Simple Yet Effective - Tin Can KnitsThis simple little pattern knits up quick and it's perfect for that special skein. Who could ask for more?Want to keep up with Tin Can Knits? Sign up for our email updatesand we will let you know about our new designs and great in-depth tutorials.PATTERN INFOsizing: one size: 20 (45) inches around and 10 inches high (easily adjustable)materials: 200 (400) yards DK weight yarn (sample shown in Sweet Fiber Cashmere DK in 'marshland')A suggested substitute yar...