Texture

Dropped and Found Wrap

| Knit, Pattern, Shawl, Tutorial, Video, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. This helps keep the free content coming. Thank you.


Dropped and Found ~ free knit pattern by Jessie At Home

Dropped and Found Wrap
Free Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Dropped and Found is a warm wrap that is much simpler to make than it looks. It uses dropped stitches woven back together in larger stitches to create texture and an interesting detail. I love bringing mine to movies or Girl Scout meetings ~ as both those places are always a bit cooler than I like.

Ravelry Link (more…)

52 Comments

Stitchopedia ~ Jacob’s Ladder Crochet

| Chart, Crochet, Crochet Stitch Pattern, Crochet Techniques, Stitchopedia, Tutorial, Video

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. This helps keep the free content coming. Thank you.


Stitchopedia ~ Jacobs Ladder Stitch from Jessie At Home

The Jacob’s Ladder stitch is a great technique for adding texture to a pattern. Here I will show you the basics of making the Jacob’s ladder. I have written out the directions, included process photos, a chart, and a video to help. Enjoy!!

This video will show you the basics of the Jacob’s ladder, by showing you how to make the practice piece detailed below. (more…)

36 Comments

Mushroom Crepe Cowl ~ Free Knit Pattern

| Cowl, Knit, Pattern, Tutorial

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. This helps keep the free content coming. Thank you.


Mushroom Crepe Cowl Free Knit Pattern

Mushroom Crepe Cowl
Knit Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

This long, skinny cowl can be worn a multiple of ways. The fun stitch pattern is easy to memorize, and creates wonderful texture. It can be made with 2 coordinating skeins of Lion Brand Crepe yarn, and with more yarn, it can easily be made wider.

This pattern was named by my friend Jan, one of my fellow admins (the head admin, actually) of the Knitting Facebook group. Thanks Jan!!

Ravelry Link (more…)

2 Comments