I made this hat in less than an hour thanks to the super bulky yarn and my size 35 needles! The larger needles are a bit trickier to work with but I really love giant stitches they make. I plan on making this hat in several other colors to get me through the cold winter ahead!
Yarn: Loops & Threads Chunky (1 skein)
Needles: size US 35
Monday, October 5, 2015
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Halloween is fast approaching and I have a bunch of costume DIYs lined up! This veiled cat headband is a chic alternative to the tradition faux fur ears. Pair it with a black dress for a sexy yet low-maintenance(!) costume.Supplies:
Satin wrapped headband
Black pipe cleaners
Lace (non-stretch with scallop edge)
Needle & thread
Pom Pom maker
[PS- Here is my tutorial for making the perfect pom pom every time]
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
|[leather jacket: Chloé (similar) sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs]|
Yarn: Lion Brand Landscapes (1 skein)
Size US 8 Knitting needles (single point)
Cast on 72 sts. Work in K2 P2 ribbing for 1 1/2 inches. Switch to Stockinette stitch and knit until piece measures 6 inches from the beginning. On next Knit row- (Dec row): K1, K2 tog K1*. *repeat until end of row (48 sts). Next row: Purl. Dec row: K1, K2 tog K1*. *repeat until last 2 stitches. Knit last 2 stitches together (32 sts). Next row: Purl.
Dec row: K2 until end of row (16 sts). Next row: Purl. Dec row: K2 until end of row (16 sts)
Next row: Purl. Last Dec row: K2 until end of row (8 sts) Cut yarn leaving a long end for seaming.