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This oversized sweater is worked from the top down, sleeve edge to sleeve edge in Stockinette and Sand Stitch. Techniques used: invisible (provisional) cast on, short rows, picking up stitches, 3 needle bind off, k2tog, SSK, and working in the round.

the Llama ll Sweater pattern by Karen Clements

This oversized sweater is worked from the top down, sleeve edge to sleeve edge in Stockinette and Sand Stitch. Techniques used: invisible (provisional) cast on, short rows, picking up stitches, 3 needle bind off, k2tog, SSK, and working in the round.

Ravelry: Project Gallery for ...against all odds (Max) pattern by Isabell Kraemer, project knitted by MrsSophie

against all odds (Max) pattern by Isabell Kraemer

Ravelry: Project Gallery for ...against all odds (Max) pattern by Isabell Kraemer, project knitted by MrsSophie

For winter make with fleece fabric. For cold camping or winter walking.

Robin Hood Bandana Cowl Knitting pattern by Grace Sines | Knitting Patterns

"The first "Tea Cozies" book   (a charming introduction to knitted, crocheted, or sewn covers that keep a teapot warm) was so popular tha...

"The first "Tea Cozies" book (a charming introduction to knitted, crocheted, or sewn covers that keep a teapot warm) was so popular tha...

Growing up in the '70s, our house was filled with macramé plant hangers.  I  noticed a resurgence of these--even Anthropologie has made their  contribution.  So I decided to combine my new-found love for the succulent terrarium with  the plant hanger.  But,  I must admit, I was not on board for learning a  new craft.  Hence, the Knitted Terrarium Hanger.  I used inexpensive, natural cooking  twine.  I don't have an exact yardage, but I probably only used about  one-third of the cone on size…

Knitted Terrarium Hanger

Growing up in the '70s, our house was filled with macramé plant hangers. I noticed a resurgence of these--even Anthropologie has made their contribution. So I decided to combine my new-found love for the succulent terrarium with the plant hanger. But, I must admit, I was not on board for learning a new craft. Hence, the Knitted Terrarium Hanger. I used inexpensive, natural cooking twine. I don't have an exact yardage, but I probably only used about one-third of the cone on size…

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