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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Bomber Style Jacket


Bomber Style Jacket 

by Sandy Lightfoot    

 B001 8 pgs, instant download at http://www.sandylightfoot.com/oldsite.html


or email her (sandy@sandylightfoot.com) to have pattern mailed to you. For bulky or mid-gauge machines with a ribber. Pattern uses worsted weight yarn. Beautiful zip up the front waist fitted jacket with collar and pockets, sized 34 to 44 inches, finished sizes 41 to 49 inches. You could knit jacket in a variegated color with the cuffs, pockets, ribbing and collar in a solid color and make it to match any outfit. Easy to follow instructions with charts and diagrams.   

Boas and Tippets


Boas and Tippets  
by Maggie Andrews

£5.50, 10 pgs. Instant download at http://www.craftybob.com/shop/maggie-andrews-mking.html Cute decorations for the neck and so pretty  you will want to make all of the nine patterns in this booklet.  Most do not use a ribber, but one does, one also for weaving. A fun way to trim jackets, cuffs, sweaters, knit tops and other outer wear or just wear around the neck. A nice idea for that teenage girl in your life. You can also make necklaces and matching bracelets. Very easy to follow directions. Uses eyelash, knitting ribbon, chenille and other fun yarns.

Personal Best


Personal Best by Kathryn Doubrley


 $16.00 instant down load. 49 pgs. For standard gauge Japanese machines and the Passap. No ribber required. Learn to make sweaters that fit perfectly every time from one multi - style pattern. Great book for beginners. From sweaters, pullovers or tops, you’ll find it here. Change your neckline, hem or sleeves (or go sleeveless) for 100’s of different looks.  Fill in the blank with your size pattern, and she tells you how to measure. 4 pages on darts or go dart less, 5 pages on finishes. Sized from 36 to 48. Clear, easy to follow directions, charts, pictures, diagrams, lots of how to’s. This is a must have for your knitting library. http://www.theanswerlady.com

Circular Logic Sweaters


Circular Logic Sweaters  
by Kathryn Doubrley

$20 instant download at http://www.theanswerlady.com. 55 pages. For the standard, bulky, mid gauge, even the Passap and Bond. Ribber needed but you can do a mock hem or finish by hand. Punch card needed for one design. What a neat idea, knit the yoke first, then the lower part of the sweater. Patterns sized from 38 to 50, and they mix and match for an unlimited verity of beautiful sweaters! Add cables or fun fur to the yokes or just make a capelet. Has Passap notes, diagrams, colored pictures of each design,. Kathryn even tells you how to design your own pattern. Check out her videos on youtube.com at theanswerladyknits.  

A Cardi-Coat


A Cardi-Coat 
by Sandy Lightfoot


B014,  8 pgs, $7.50 email her for details sandy@sandylightfoot.com or instant download at http://www.sandylightfoot.com/oldsite.html.  For a Punch Card or Electronic Bulky with ribber and weaving capabilities. You knit the pieces first,  so you could do a mock or hand knitted rib! Coat is knitted sideways and sized from 32 to 52. The Pockets and sleeves are created as you knit. Learn a new technique = Weaving. Size charts, knitting and weaving notes, and lots of helpful hints and diagrams. Very clear step by step directions.

Knitting Notebook Master Patterns


Knitting Notebook Master Patterns 
by Kathryn Doubrley
$20 instant download, 44 pgs. For the bulky, mid gauge, and Bond, sized for 20 infant to 52 large Adult. Uses lt weight yarn like Caron Simply Soft. If you buy one pattern this year, make it this one. Take your measurements, do your swatch, and pick out your pattern using the fill in the blank type patterns which include Cardigan, vest, sweater and pullover with neck, sleeve, and shoulder variations. There is a great section on doing & adding cables to the fronts of the sweaters and another one on darts. For beginners and advanced alike. Really great pattern.  http://www.theanswerlady.com 

Head to Toe


Head to Toe 
by Sandy Lightfoot. 

BK004 20 pgs, $13.00, email her for details sandy@sandylightfoot.com or  instant download at http://www.sandylightfoot.com/oldsite.html . For the standard gauge machine.  A Ribber is required for most of the patterns. Sized for children to adults. Head to Toe is really a good name for this pattern book filled beautiful hats, Knit high socks, and gloves to match. Knit them plain or fancy, you’ll love these patterns. You can knit just one gauge swatch using the same stitch for all the patterns, then just pick a pattern, and you’ll be zipping along in no time. Also mittens, slippers, neck warmers, ear flap hat and more. Clear easy to follow directions with pictures, diagrams, punch card diagrams. Great book from Sandy, must have for you knitting library.

Pick A Card


Pick A Card  by Maggie Andrews

£5.50, 14 pgs. Instant download at http://www.craftybob.com/shop/maggie-andrews-mking.html. For any type or gauge of machine, no ribber needed. Using just one card ( # 3 ) that comes with your machine and Maggie’s very clear easy to follow directions, along with  your machine’s punch card capabilities, (Tuck, Weaving, Fairisle, ) you can create different color combinations, and patterns including stripes, checks and checkerboards. She has worked cables in and designs using the floats. So much helpful information is given in this one booklet its’ great for beginners.  Samples are #, lots of color photos. Note: Studio machines will use card #3.

Painted Ladies


Painted Ladies  
by Kathryn Doubrley, 48 pages. $20 instant download at http://www.theanswerlady.com. Ribber needed for 2 patterns. Ideas and patterns for all machines, even the Passap.  Learn some new techniques. Kathryn teaches you to paint on fabric using stencils, rubber stamps, fabric crayons, markers, gel beach, a form brush and even Krylon paint and gives you some patterns to try it on. Patterns vary in size from 34 to 53. There is a section on how to make your own stamps.  Following her instructions, you can take a ready made sweater and paint on it. Color Photos, diagrams, lots of help pages.  Check out her videos on youtube.com at theanswerladyknits.  

HOW TO EMBROIDER ON KNITWEAR

HOW TO EMBROIDER ON KNITWEAR  
by Maggie Andrews

£5.00, 14 pgs. Instant download at http://www.craftybob.com/shop/maggie-andrews-mking.html. This  
is an amazing book. Maggie shows you how to use different hand embroidery  techniques on your machine knit items or purchased ones.   Comes with a standard gauge pattern, and uses the ribber.  Use Florentine, Long and Short Stitch, Crewel, Byzantine stitches and more with the help of this book. 
Lots of colored pictures, charts,  diagrams, and sketches to help you learn how. For any machine any gauge. A must have for any one who knits or
crochets.   Good book Maggie                

The Duffle Jacket

The Duffle Jacket  


by Sandy Lightfoot.


 BO20  10 pgs, $7.50. Plus postage.    For the bulky machine. Jacket is sized for 30 to 64 inches. The cables on the front can be done by the ribber or hand,  so the ribber is not needed to knit this cabled tuck stitch hooded jacket with toggle fastenings.  Learn new techniques:  Tuck stitch by hand and cables with out a ribber.  Each piece is knitted first, and then you put it together. She tells you how in this easy to knit jacket with step by step directions. It has charting diagrams and knitting notes.  Email her for details sandy@sandylightfoot.com or  instant download at http://www.sandylightfoot.com/oldsite.html  

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Review: The Secret

The Secret The Secret by Kathi Daley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. The characters were young and very interesting. The first chapter alone made me want to read this mystery, loads of action, fast paced, great book.

The Secret is the first book in the series called Seacliff High. The second book in the series by Kathi Daley is called The Curse.

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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Review: Crochet: 20 Most Eye Catching Crochet Stitches

Crochet: 20 Most Eye Catching Crochet Stitches Crochet: 20 Most Eye Catching Crochet Stitches by Quinn Hale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have been crocheting now for over 50 years and this book surprised me with a couple of stitches I have never seen before. The spike stitch and the almond stitch.

Nice book. Good to keep in your kindle for a short quick stitch to learn.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Nina’s Tea Cozy and Doily

Nina’s Tea Cozy and Doily  
 @1999 By N.L. Banks
Peaches & Crème Cotton Yarn by Elmore-Pisgah, Inc.
2 balls white #1
1 ball Variegated
1 size G crochet hook

 
Rd 1: with Variegated, ch 4 to from ring.

Rd 2: ch 1, 6 sc in ring, join.

Rd 3: ch 1, 1 sc in s/p, 2 sc in each sc around, join.(12 sc + the stitch for joining)

Rd 4:  ch1, 1 sc in s/p, * sc next 2 sc together around, join. Fasten off, attach white.(6 sc + the stitch for joining)

Rd 5:  ch 1, 1sc in s/p, 2 sc in each sc around, join.(12 sc + the stitch for joining)

Rd 6:  ch 1, 1sc in s/p, * 2 sc in next sc, 1 sc in next, repeat from * around, end 1sc in last SC, join.  (18 sc)

Rd 7:  ch 2(does not count as a stitch
), 1 dc in s/p, 1 dc in each sc, around, join. (18 dc)

Rd 8:  ch 2(counts as a stitch
), 1FPS around first dc, * 1 dc in next dc, 1 FPS around same dc, repeat from * around, join. ( 18 dc 18 posts)

Rd 9:  ch 2, Post around post, 1 dc in next dc, repeat from * around,
join.( 18 dc 18 posts)
Rd10: ch 2 working in back loops, dc around each post and dc, (70 dc)

Begin working in rows:
Row 11:   divide for openings, ch 2, * post around next dc, 1 dc in next 2 dc, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in last stitch, turn. (13 posts, 26 dc)


Row 12:  ch 2, BPS around first post, * 1dc in next 2dc, 1 Bps around next post stitch, repeat from * , end 1 dc in turning ch 2, turn.(13 posts, 26dc)

Row 13:  ch 2,  FPS around first post, * 1 dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc, FPS around next post, repeat from *, end 1 dc in last dc, turn.( 13 posts, 38 dc, 3 dc between posts now)

Row 14: ch 2
, 1 BPS around first post, * 1 dc in next 3dc, BPS around post, repeat from *, end 1 dc in turning ch, turn. ( 13 posts, 38 dc)

Row 15: ch 2, 1 FPS around post, * 1 dc in next 3 dc, FPS around next post, repeat from * around, end 1 dc in turning ch, turn. ( 13 posts, 38 dc)

Row 16:   ch 2, 1 BPS around first post, * 1 dc in next 3 dc, BPS around next post, repeat from *, end 1 dc in turning ch, fasten off. ( 13 posts, 38 dc)

Row 17:  with top right side of work facing you, reattach white to round 11, (end of row 12), ch 2,
* FPS around next dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, repeat form *, end 1dc in stitch after last post, turn. ( 13 posts, 26 dc)    

Rows 18-22: repeat rows 12-16, at end of row 22, fasten off white.

Begin working in rounds again.

Rd 23:  attach white to beginning of row 23, ch 2, 1 FPS around fist post, *1dc in next 3 dc, FPS around, next post, repeat from * across first half , 1dc in turning ch, join second half by 2 dc in next dc, 1 FPS around first post ** 1 dc in next 3 dc, 1 FPS around next post, repeat from ** around, end 2 dc in dc after last post, join. (26 post stitches with 3 dc between them)


Rd 24: ch 2, 1 FPS around first post, * 1 dc in next 3 dc, 1 FPS around next post, repeat from * around, join, fasten off.. (26 post stitches with 3 dc between them)
.

NOTE: Try
tea cozy on tea pot, if you need to make it longer, repeat row 24.

Rd 25 attach Variegated to the top of
any post of row 24, ch 2, 4dc in same place (beg shell made), * skip 1dc, sc in next dc, skip 1dc, 5dc in next dc (shell made), repeat from * around, join, fasten off.

Rd 26 attach Variegated to any free loop on round 10, ch 2, 4 dc in same place, * skip 1 loop, SC in next loop, skip 1 loop, 5dc in next loop, repeat from * around,  end sc in last dc, join to beg ch 2, fasten off.

Doily:
Rd. 1: With white, ch 6 to form ring. Ch 3, (1DC, ch 1 in ring,) 12 times. Slip stitch to 2nd ch
of beginning ch 3. (13 chain ones spaces.)

Rd 2: Ch 2, FPS around base of THIS ch2, * 1dc in ch 1 sp, FPS around post of next dc, repeat from * around. End slip stitch to beg. Ch 2. (13 post stitch & 13 dc. Beg chain 2 counts as one dc.)

Rd 3: Ch 2, FPS around post next post, 2 dc in next dc, FPS around next post stitch around. (You'll have 2 dc between each post stitch). End, post stitch around next post stitch, 1 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch2. (13 posts & 26 dc.)

Rd 4: Ch 2 FPS around post stitch, * 3 dc, FPS around post stitch, repeat from * around. End FPS around next post stitch, 2 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch2. (13 posts & 39 dc)
 
Rd 5: Ch 2, FPS around next post stitch, * 4 dc, FPS around next post stitch, repeat from * around. End FPS around next post stitch, 3 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch2. (13 posts & 52 dc. with 4 dc between posts)

Rd 6: Ch 2, FPS around next post stitch, * 5 dc, FPS around next post stitch, repeat from * around. End FPS around next post stitch, 4 dc, slip stitch to top of ch2. (13 posts & 65 dc with 5 dc between each post).

Rd 7: Ch 2, FPS around next post stitch, * 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, FPS around post of next dc, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, FPS around post of next post stitch, repeat form * around. End FPS, 1dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch2. (26 posts & 52 dc, with 2 dc between posts)

Rd 8: Ch 2, FSP around next post stitch, * 3 dc, FPS around next post stitch, repeat from * around. End 2 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch 2. (26 posts with 3dc between each post.)

Rd 9: Ch 2, FPS around next post stitch, 4 dc, post stitch around next post, around End 3 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch 2.
(26 FPS with 4 dc between post)

Rd 10: ch 2, FPS around post stitch, * 5 dc, post stitch around post stitch, repeat from * around, end 4 dc , s/s to top of ch 2.
(26 FPS with 5 dc between posts)

Rd 11 Ch 2, FPS around next post stitch, * 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, FPS around post of next dc, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, FPS around post of next post stitch, repeat form * around. End FPS, 1 dc, slip stitch to top of beg ch 2, fasten of white.

Rd 12, With posts facing you, attach Variegated to the top of any post stitch, ch 2, 4 dc in top of post stitch, skip 1 dc,* single crochet in next dc, slip next 2 dc, 5 dc in top of next post stitch, * repeat from * to * around. End slip stitch to beg ch 2. Fasten off.


This pattern is copyrighted, and may not be used on any media, including websites, lists, newsletters, nor sold, recopied or reformatted. It is for your personal use only.

 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Wanderlust Cables Lace Spring Cardigan for Loom Knitters

 Wanderlust Cables Lace Spring Cardigan for Loom Knitters



by Kathryn Doubrley   

$3.99. 6 pages.  Instant download from http://www.theanswerlady.com. For a Kiss regular or small gauge loom, an All-in-One, Noble loom or one with enough pegs to match gauge.  A very pretty sweater made with cables in the ribbing, up the front of each side and across the top of back, finished bust size 37, 46, 54.  Made with Red Heart yarn or worsted weight yarn #4.  Learn new techniques long tail cast on, and cables. A very easy to follow pattern with charts, photos, and diagrams. Look for more loom patterns on her website. 

Knitting and Sew On


 Knitting and Sew On 
by Kathryn Doubrley 

$16.00 instant download. 44 pages. How to use the sewing machine to finish knitted tops. Booklet covers hems, armhole finishing,  necklines, embellishments, seam,  darts, sweater fronts, button holes, linings, choosing the right settings, feet.  Lots of pictures, diagrams, how to copy your favorite blouse pattern. You could get things from a thrift shop and remake them.  http://www.theanswerlady.com

Hats with Character


Hats with Character by Kathryn Doubrley

 $12.99 instant download, 23 pages. For the standard, Passap, mid-gauge or bulky knitting machines. With this  pattern collection, you will find some of the cutest hats ever. From a Lion to a Penguin, even an elephant, (the pig is my favorite), you’ll find something for everyone, or knit them for charity. Patterns are great for beginners with a single bed machine or use a ribber.  Hats are sized from 14 to 22 inches, newborn to LX adults. Charts, pictures, and easy to read and follow instructions make this pattern collect a fun one to do. I think for the animal eyes I would hunt around for sew on eyes, saver for babies.    http://www.theanswerlady.com  

The No Sew Teddy Bear Quillow


The No Sew Teddy Bear Quillow  
by Sandy Lightfoot

RN 005 15 pgs, $7.50, email her for details sandy@sandylightfoot.com or  instant download at 

http://www.sandylightfoot.com/oldsite.html . For the Bulky or Mid gauge punch card or electronic machine. No Ribber required. A fun afghan and pillow in one, the blanket part folds up into the pillow, and it’s in every one’s favorite, a Teddy Bear! Learn new techniques and it’s a great pattern for beginners.   Sandy tells you step by step with very clear directions on how to complete this wonderful pattern, and you will want to make several for your children or grandkids. Or use on a standard machine and make it for a new born. Diagrams, photos,   Great book from Sandy, must have for you knitting library.

Baby Boutique


Baby Boutique  
by Kathryn Doubrley

32 pages. $20 instant download at http://www.theanswerlady.com.

For standard, Passap, mid gauge or bulky knitting machine. Ribber required on some patterns, but you can use a mock hem or make the piece flat and sew it together. These are some of the cutest patterns, from bags, sun suits, blankets, vest, dress, cardigan and more. With the basic sweater alone you can make many sweaters just by changing the color, finish or add ribbing or a mock hem.  Sized for 20, 22, 24 niches. Baby knitting notes to help you find the gauge, knitting safety for baby. 11 different patterns to choose from. Color Photos, diagrams, easy to follow directions.    

Totally Tubular Collection


Totally Tubular Collection  
by Kathryn Doubrley

$20.00  Instant download. 43 pages.  For the circular sock machine. 8 fun patterns including hats, scarves, several different kind of bags, footwear, toys (even a flip over doll), ear muffs and even a quilt, using such yarn as fun fur and different weight of wool. Notes on felting. Easy to follow directions.  Another must have for you knitting library. Lots of pictures to help you work the patterns. http://www.theanswerlady.com

Turkish Delight Slipper Socks


Turkish Delight Slipper Socks for double knitting boards 

 by Kathryn Doubrley  

$3.99. Instant download from https://www.vivaloom.com/node/96.
5 pages of slippers sized for ladies 5 to men’s 14. Lots of pictures and  diagrams, very easy to follow directions for some of the nicest slipper sock patterns I’ve ever seen. These could be hand knit as well. She shows you how to wrap the board. I’ve never seen this type of knitting before, really neat way to make slippers.   http://www.theanswerlady.com

Classic Knits Vol. 1

Classic Knits  Vol. 1
by  Phyllis Waterhouse



 $9.98, + ship of 2.99. for 1st 3 bks, 25 cents per bk after that. 92 pgs, For use on all machine, with emphasis on the Brother Electronic 930/940. Color photos, 10 pages of hints, size charts, schematics, great section about charting devices, Sizes 6 to 20. These patterns are some of the prettiest skirts, tops, dresses and jackets I have seen. Very easy to follow patterns.    Contact Phyllis Waterhouse 1627 Fuller St. Wenatchee, WA 98801 Tel. 1-509-662-1130 for more information. . Order disks here hbaggins@ix.netcom.com  $3.50 each

Fisherman Ganseys Vol 11


Fisherman Ganseys  Vol 11 by  Phyllis Waterhouse

  $9.98, + ship of 2.99. for 1st 3 bks, 25 cents per book after that. 46 pgs, For use on all machine, with emphasis on the Garter carriage for the Brother Electronic 930/940. Color photos, 5 pages of hints, Patters sized for small, med, and xx large. Great selection of Very easy to follow patterns for pullovers. Contact Phyllis Waterhouse 1627 Fuller St. Wenatchee, WA 98801 Tel. 1-509-662-1130 for more information. Order disks here hbaggins@ix.netcom.com  $3.50 each includes shipping

Fisherman Ganseys


Fisherman Ganseys by  Phyllis Waterhouse 

 $9.98, + ship of 2.99. for 1st 3 bks, 25 cents per bk after that. 104 pgs, Written for the Brother Electronic 930/940 with a garter carriage, but for use on all with punch card or electronic machines, even hand knit. Very easy to follow directions for 21 beautiful sweaters patterns for men, women and children, sized sm, med, lrg. Color photos, punch cards, lots of tips, diagrams. Finishing techniques. Contact Phyllis Waterhouse 1627 Fuller St. Wenatchee, WA 98801 Tel. 1-509-662-1130 for more information. . Order disks here hbaggins@ix.netcom.com  $3.50 each includes shipping

Fabulous Felted Vests & Jackets


Fabulous Felted Vests & Jackets   by Kathryn Doubrley

$20.00 PDF file instance download. 24 pgs. Sized from 20 to 60. Can be made on any machine, even the bond using yarns from worsted wt to sport wt. No ribber needed. Use the basic vest pattern, then add sleeves, hood, lots options from double breasted collars to pockets, belts, closures, etc. Easy to follow pattern, just fill in the blanks from the charts. Color Pictures, great pattern to have, you’ll never need another felting pattern! Great pattern for beginners.    http://www.theanswerlady.com

Nursery Rhyme Knits


Nursery Rhyme Knits by  Phyllis Waterhouse

  $9.99, + ship of 2.99. for 1st 3 bks, 25 cents per bk after that. 88 pgs. Written for the Brother 930/940 but for use on all with punch card or electronic, even hand knit. Children sizes 2 to 14, 12 pgs of hints are very interesting & helpful, she uses a garter carriage for ribbing, or you can do it by hand, Bks are spiral bound, so it lays flat, color photos of each  patt. Diagrams, charts, copies of punch cards used. Phyllis Waterhouse 1627 Fuller St. Wenatchee, WA 98801 Tel. 1-509-662-1130  email:  phyllis5119@nwi.net. Great book. Order disks here hbaggins@ix.netcom.com  $3.50 each includes shipping

Fabulous Felted Bag Collection


Fabulous Felted Bag Collection   

by Kathryn Doubrley


$20.00 PDF file instance download. 43 pages. For all machines, no ribber required. Great learning section on felting techniques, & instructions. Has patterns for totes, small & large bags, a basket, back pack & more using any gauge. Has a trouble shooting guide. Before I read this book, I didn’t know a thing about felting. Kathyrn makes is very simple. If you have always wanted to learn to felt, this is the book for you. Color pictures, diagrams. http://www.theanswerlady.com

Cheap Tricks


Cheap Tricks   
by Kathryn Doubrley

     $10.75 PDF file instance download. 21 pages. For all knitting machines. A handy collect of helps, hints and ideas to make your knitting life easier. Includes yarn management, home made tools, weights, combs, transfer tools, knitting from skeins, cost on combs and much more. A great book to save you lots of money of items for the knitting machine. A great book to have in your knitting library.     http://www.theanswerlady.com

Merry-Go-Round Sweater


Merry-Go-Round Sweater 
By Kathryn Doubrley

  $12.75. PDF file instance download. 29 pages. For the Standard, Mid-Gauge or Bulky, sized from 32 to 50 inches, in 3 gauges. With this pattern you can make a sweater or vest so you will always have something to wear  with all you outfits. Lots of pictures and diagrams, and fill in type charts, so you can print them out and use them over and over.  Has a tutorial on short rowing. http://www.theanswerlady.com

Kangaroo Covers


Kangaroo Covers 
By Kathryn Doubrley


    $6.00. PDF file instance download. 3 pages. For Hand or Machine knitters, ribber required, but you can do the ribbing by hand or do a mock rib. With this pattern you can make baby blankets or lap afghans in sizes 36 and 48 inches with an attached pillow to tuck them into. Pictures, chart, easy to follow pattern. Great pattern for beginners.    http://www.theanswerlady.com

The Think Green Bag


The Think Green Bag 

by    Jason J Wurst

I like machine knitting, and this pattern is just one of the many knitting machine reviews you will find on this blog, for more click here:

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  $6.00.6 pages. For the standard and mid-gauge machines, no ribber needed. Great for the beginner! Pattern has 2 bags with lots of options, it says cotton but if you used acrylic the bags would last a long time. Has bonus nightgown pattern! Easy to follow instructions. Phone: 320-252-2996 http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/

                (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits) 

Keyhole Scarf Collection


Keyhole Scarf Collection 
 by Kathryn Doubrley

$20.00 instant download from http://www.theanswerlady.com. 45 pgs. With these 13 patterns you can make 100’s of scarves using this key method.  Using any machine, any gauge, even the Passap. From plain knit, to tuck, to cables, to eyelash, to lined, you will find something that someone will love. The book has a basic and a beginner pattern, and a pattern using designer yarns. The Passap Fairisle scarf is great, and the ribbon scarf is beautiful! Has lots charts, pictures, diagrams. Ribber required on a few of the patterns. My favorite is the Interlocking Leaves pattern.  Another must have book from Kathryn.

Key Hold Scarves


Key Hold Scarves 
by Kathryn Doubrley

$20.00 instant download from http://www.theanswerlady.com. 45 pgs. With these 13 patterns you can make 100’s of scarves using this key method.  Using any machine, any gauge, even the Passap. From plain knit, to tuck, to cables, to eyelash, to lined, you will find something that someone will love. The book has a basic and a beginner pattern, and a pattern using designer yarns. The Passap Fairisle scarf is great, and the ribbon scarf is beautiful! Has lots charts, pictures, diagrams. Ribber required on a few of the patterns. My favorite is the Interlocking Leaves pattern. Another must have book from Kathryn.

Can These Be Cables


Can These Be Cables   by Kathryn Doubrley


 $20.00 PDF file instance download. 72 pages. For the standard, mid gauge and bulky machines. Learn lots of new techniques with this book. Kathryn shows you how to make 9 + cables with very clean instructions and lots of patterns, pictures, charts to help you. Over 12 patterns.  Some patterns you will need punch cards and one or two call for a ribber. Or use mock ribbing. If you use each of the techniques, you can make pillows or afghans.   http://www.theanswerlady.com

Artistic Sideways Knit Jacket by Carole Wurst


Artistic Sideways Knit Jacket by Carole Wurst


   $8.00. 6 pages. For the Mid Gauge knitting machine with Garter bar ( or scrap off and re-hang). No ribber required. One size fits all. (you can adjust the pattern using schematics). Very clear easy to follow instructions. About 1 ¼ pds yarn needed. Learn new techniques: Double e wrap and chain stitch cast on directions included. Photo/Black white pic. Very nice pattern.

http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/ (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits)  Phone: 320-252-2996

Baby’s Best Vol. 1


Baby’s Best Vol. 1   by Sandy Lightfoot

  SO30 $7.50. 12 pages. For Standard Gauge with punch card or electronic. Ribber required. Bonnet, Mittens, Jacket, Helmet, Booties, Leggings and Shawl, sized for Preemie to 12 mo. Learn new techniques: hand transfer method for lace.  Very clean step by step directions with knitting notes like how to knit thread lace. Photos and diagrams help make this an easy pattern to do. http://www.sandylightfoot.com    250-423-7176

The Spectrum Scarf


The Spectrum Scarf by Carole Wurst

    $6.00. 4 pages. For standard gauge knitting machine, no ribber required. No gauge required. A very simple pattern for beginners, great colorful way for using up odd cones of yarn. Color photos and chart. Love this pattern, and you will too.

  http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/ (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits)  Phone: 320-252-2996

Great Knitted Gifts Vol 2.


Great Knitted Gifts Vol 2.  

by Kathryn Doubrley

$20.00 instant download. 37 pgs. For the standard, mid, bulky, bond and Passap machines. From baby patterns to a tree skirt, you can’t go wrong with this book, has something for everyone on your Christmas or birthday list. Plenty of pictures, diagrams, charts, patterns to help you create that wonderful gift for that special someone. 2 patterns require a ribber, one needs a punch card machine, also felted patterns. Great book for your knitting library.   http://www.theanswerlady.com  

Great Knitted Gifts


Great Knitted Gifts 
By Kathryn Doubrley


 PDF file instance download. $20.00. 47 pages. For any machine from Hobby to standard to the Passap, even hand knitters. No ribber required. The patterns are great from purses to pillows, to shawls and mittens, you will find something for that special someone in your life. I think I like the poncho patterns the best, any stitch, so you can make them for any thing you wear. Pictures, charts and diagrams. Help for Passap knitters and hobby machine knitters are included.   http://www.theanswerlady.com

Kids No Sew Saddle Shoulder Sweater


Kids No Sew Saddle Shoulder Sweater  

by Sandy Lightfoot

 BO22. $7.50 10 pages. For the bulky or mid-gauge machine with a ribber. Childs Sweater with our without hood and pockets. 4 childern sizes ( 20” to 34” chest). Leans a new no sew technique for putting sweaters together on the machine. I really like her patterns, each one comes with an abbreviations and conversions sheet, lots of charts, and diagram, easy to follow instructions.  If you buy several patterns/books you will only pay actual mailing costs.  http://www.sandylightfoot.com 250-423-7176

Short Row Doilies


Short Row Doilies by Carole Wurst


  $8.00. 7 pages. For the standard and Mid-Gauge machines, no ribber needed.

These patterns are a great way to learn the short rowing or partial knitting technique. Depending on the size of your thread or yarn, you could make anything from coasters to rugs using these round and straight edge doily patterns. For a different look, leave off the edging. (Fringe or cable)

http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/ (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits)  Phone: 320-252-2996

   

Teeny Togs


Teeny Togs   by Sandy Lightfoot

 
BO 16. $7.50. 11 pages for Bulky Machine with a ribber. Sizes newborn to 18 mo. Charts and diagrams with very clear easy to follow step by step instructions to make the jacket with hood or collar, socks, helmet with earflaps, bonnet and leggings, all  with cables. I like it that she reminds you when to put in the button holes on the correct side and explains each new technique. Great patterns, great for beginners.  250-423-7176  http://www.sandylightfoot.com  

January – February Dishcloths


January – February Dishcloths by Jason J Wurst

  $20.00 for book and CD. 39 pages. G carriage/Tuck machine. (For the 4.5 gauge electronic with patterning capability) There are so many dishcloth patterns (30 in all) you will never run out of ideas for them. Patterns for music notes, holidays, snowboard, and knitting are just a few of them. A wonderful variety of cloths to make. The graphs in the book can be hand knitted as well. http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/ (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits)  Phone: 320-252-2996

January – February Dishcloths


January – February Dishcloths by Jason J Wurst


  $20.00 for book and CD. 39 pages. G carriage/Tuck machine. (For the 4.5 gauge electronic with patterning capability) There are so many dishcloth patterns (30 in all) you will never run out of ideas for them. Patterns for music notes, holidays, snowboard, and knitting are just a few of them. A wonderful variety of cloths to make. The graphs in the book can be hand knitted as well. http://home.earthlink.net/~rhfarm/ (Rocking Horse Farm (Carole's Country Knits)  Phone: 320-252-2996

Fun Christmas Stockings


Fun Christmas Stockings by Charlene Shafer


     0541. $20.00 67 pages. No ribber needed, for the electronic (brother 930/940 or newer) or standard gauge punch card machine. One basic and 13 variations of the cutest Christmas designs you will ever see, from bear, gingerbread house to snowflakes are just a few of the designs included. Clear row by row easy to understand instructions in a large print format. Comes with a CD. These designs will even work on my SK700. http://www.knitknackshop.com/ 765-985-3164

Rib Alternatives Vol 2



Rib Alternatives Vol 2
 by Charlene Shafer

 0542, $18.00, 52 pages. For any gauge knitting machine with a ribber. Explanations of terms used for both the Brother and Silver Reed machines. 19 pretty very interesting rib patterns, some of which have variations. Plenty of diagrams to show you how to set up the needles with color pictures of each of the ribbings, including the cables. Very easy to understand directions in a large print format. Great technique book to have. http://www.knitknackshop.com/ Phone: 765-985-3164

Lacy Smocked Baby Dress


Lacy Smocked Baby Dress  by Sandy Lightfoot

   S003 $5.00. 7 pgs. For standard gauge machines with ribber and lace carriage. This is such a pretty dainty pattern set you’ll want to make them for your baby or grandbaby! Easy to follow step by step directions will help you make the dress with smocking, booties, bonnet and christening gown for sizes 6 mo to 24 mo. Lots of pattern notes and tips. Socks size for 6 and 12 months only. There are sleeve & skirt variations too. If you buy several patterns/books you will only pay actual mailing costs.  http://www.sandylightfoot.com 250-423-7176

Fabulous felted Comforts Collection

Fabulous felted Comforts Collection
 By Kathryn Doubrley.

$20.00 Instant download. 38 pages. This is a great learn as you go book on felting and felting techniques. For all machines, including the Bond and Passap. No ribber required. It has eleven hat patterns with three crown styles, plus toys, mittens (sized from child to adult) and more. The cut and sew technique section has 5 designs with patterns to cut out and use. Very clear instructions, diagram and lots of pictures. Another must have for you knitting library. http://www.theanswerlady.com

Socks of all Sorts

Socks of all Sorts 


by Kathryn Doubrley


   PDF Instant download $20. 38 pages. Two gauges with very clear instructions for the standard, mid gauge and bulky machines in men’s, women’s and children sizes. Lots of forms, charts, diagrams and pictures to help you make the eight patterns, three of which do not require a ribber. It has a section on making assorted sock tops and making socks into slippers.  For all knitting machines including the Passap. You really need to check out her site, has tons of stuff on it.     http://www.theanswerlady.com