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Knit and Crochet patterns from Debie Frable, Justine Ozaki, Clare Cronkleton and Kristen Stuart.

 Unpaid Protester Hat by Debie Frable

Okay, yes, it is another Pussyhat. Unpaid Protester was designed to show off our special hand dyed yarn in the Resist! colorway series. Quick and easy, because, you may need to knit up another one quick and we wanted to make it easy.

Materials: DyeHouse Yarns by Serial Knitters Chunky 3.5    or 120 yards of similar Chunky weight yarn.                                                                                                     Needles: US size 10.5

 

 

 

Ella’s Pussyhat-in-the-Round By Debie Frable

Materials: 16” size 7 circular needle; approx 120 yards worsted weight yarn (sample used approx 2/3 of a skein of Rainwater Worsted in Hypercolor Pink). 

 

Serial Knitters Pussyhat-in-the-Round By Debie Frable

Materials: 16” size 10.5 circular needle; approx 120 yards Aran weight yarn (sample used approx 2/3 of a skein of Cascade 220 Superwash Aran in Magenta).

 

  Mary's Fingerless Gloves Pattern by Justine Ozaki

Designed by Justine Ozaki for Serial Knitters, this lovely fingerless glove pattern is extremely adaptable and looks great in variegated or solids!
You can:
  • knit or crochet your cuff
  • make it as long (or short) over your fingers as you’d like
  • easily adjust it to your size
  • show off that highly variegated yarn you’ve been dying to try
  • make 2 pairs of gloves from one skein of Frolicking Feet Sock! (whoo hoo!)

     Garden Trellis Scarf by Clare Cronkleton

    Designed by Clare for the Serial Knitters especially for the 2013 Northwest LYS Tour. This whimsical scarf grows in an organic manner asymmetrically from a center foundation chain. It’s unconventional construction techniques, such as chaining across the back of the “trellis”, make each scarf a unique adventure, just like Mother Nature’s garden.

    Gauge is unimportant. Flower and leaf patterns are included.

     

     

    Rosebud Capelet by Debie Frable

    This fun knitted capelet will keep the breeze of your shoulders without being too warm to wear in our Seattle summers!
    Enjoy it knit out of a lovely Aran-weight yarn, particularly one with good drape. Self-striping, heathers, variegated or solid - this pattern will show them all off. Meanwhile, the lace pattern is simple enough to be accessible to advanced beginners or above and adds that fun little detail to the caplet's edge and mid-section.

     

    Justa Cowl by Kristen Stuart

    Justa Cowl is a basic knit pattern that can be used with any Bulky or Aran weight yarn.