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I have won an award!!!

I’m pleased to let you know that your project was among the Top 100 patterns on our site for 2012. This is very exciting and I’m again very grateful to be able to feature your patterns. You can view our Top 100 page here and feel free to promote it on your blog as well – fun bragging rights!

http://www.allfreeknitting.com/knitting-favorites/the-best-100-free-knitting-designs-ever-free-afghan-patterns-knit-scarf-patterns-and-more



Naj Oleari

Does anyone remember this amazing brand?

I am listing my collection for sale here

more items being listed as i unpack them!







Improvised cabled cowl

I have had a few requests for this pattern so i will give it a shot.
Requirements: you will need to know how to cable!

NOTE! NOT FOR BEGINNERS - please read through the whole pattern before starting!







the idea is simple. Using irregular cables, you can create a unique look.
Use the following cables as an example
1. simple cable on 2p 6K 2p, cable the 6K.
2. Double cable - as above and repeat after 4 rows to get the double twist
3. Double elongated cable - like1 but repeated after 8 rows.

Ok, so if you have understood the above lets give it a go.
 You will need US size 10 needles and any yarn that goes with them. If in doubt, use thinner rather than thicker yarn
I used knitpicks worsted 100% wool.
About 100 gms should do. (no idea what that is in yards im afraid)

cast on 56 stitches on a spare piece of yarn - you will need to unpick this at the end to graft the ends of the cowl together. There is a tutorial on 'kitchener stitch' on my blog you can check out.
Using your cowl yar…