Ready for autumn yet? Nope, me neither…but this just might help you get in the mood.
Introducing a brand new baby blanket knitting pattern that has been so close to my heart for the past few months. I’m so excited to finally release it! Spindrift is so called because for me it represents foaming beach waves, sea shells, a rolling tide…and the more I think about it, the further I drift away.
Say hello to my latest knitting pattern Hessian. So called for the repeating slipped stitch pattern used, which creates a similar texture and weave to a hessian or burlap fabric. This super soft baby blanket knitting pattern is quick to knit, and features a non-rolling edge stitch for a very neat finish. It’s available to purchase on Ravelry and LoveKnitting right now.
I made something for myself!!! This is a momentous occasion. Not that I don’t love making things for anyone else, but it’s lovely to make something and know I’m going to be the one wrapping up in it. So I really treated myself this time. I invested in two massive skeins of amazingly soft, super chunky Cascade Magnum in my favourite colour Camel, which I picked up online from Loveknitting.com
Often the simplest designs are the most effective. And that’s never more true that with my latest free knitting pattern, my Bria Armwarmers. Knitting on DP needles in stockinette stitch, featuring a very small ribbed cuff at both ends.
There is nothing better than a good seed stitch blanket. FACT.
Here’s to baby blankets! Something I can knit on straight needles. No complicated twisting stitches, no double points and intricate yarn juggling! No fuss.
Love is in the air….and I want to share with you my brand new FREE knitting pattern!