5 Magnum Capelet #2 or the Beehive Another top down 1 skein "make it tonight, wear it tomorrow" wonder! 1 skein of Cascade Magnum #19 24" circular needle Gauge: 1.5sts = 1" Available as a PDF download. $6.50 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 5 comments: AmyJuly 23, 2010 at 7:53 PMI think this might be on my list next! It was a real toss up between this on and the vest!ReplyDeleteJennieOctober 11, 2010 at 11:25 AMSuch a great pattern. Thank you so much for sharing your talents. So far, I've made three of these, two for friends and one for me (added a little funnelneck collar to one to keep out the Chicago chill) and the compliments just keep coming. Did I see something about a springy bind off? Could that be shared please? Thanks again!ReplyDeleteKnit 1 LAOctober 11, 2010 at 9:58 PMThanks Ladies! Glad you enjoyed the pattern! I'm in the process of going through my patterns and adding the springy bind off where it would be most beneficial. But until I revise and send an updated version here goes:Binding off in Knit:YFON (yarn forward over the needle), K1, Pass YFON over K1 (1 st on the needle). * YFON, K1, insert the L hand needle into the YFON and last K st on the R needle, pass over the first K on R needle; 1 st on the needle. Repeat from * to end. Binding off in Purl:YO, P1, Pass YO over purl (1 st on the needle). * YO, P1, insert the L hand needle into the YO and last P st on the R needle, pass over the first P on R needle; 1 st on the needle. Repeat from * to end. Think of it as doing a traditional bind off only you're working a YO or a YFON between each stitch as you bind off.Thanks again for the compliments! I appreciate the feedback!ReplyDeleteLeeJune 14, 2014 at 2:36 PMThis is beautiful. What size range will it work for? I'm a plus size.ReplyDeleteRepliesKnit 1 LAJune 15, 2014 at 7:56 AMHi Lee, the piece is worked top down so it's very easy to adjust by adding more increase rounds as needed. If you do end up getting the pattern I would be happy to assist you if you need help. Thanks! KarenDeleteReplyAdd commentLoad more... Update 8/26/15: Hi All, I'm currently working on my blog so please excuse any mess you might come across while browsing. Thanks! :D Pages Home Free Patterns Premium Patterns Tutorials Popular Posts save the date: Knit 1 LA trunk show For those of you who live in the LA area stop by The Little Knittery December 7th from 6-9pm for the first annual Knit 1 LA trunk show. ... the Tunisian Crochet Vest Sometimes it's slow going but I'm getting there... working my way down my list of patterns 'to do'. This vest I made ... The Reluctant Hooker I've often thought if I were to write a book of crochet patterns that that would be the title. Reluctant in that crochet doesn't flo... the Swing Coat My latest design is a piece for The BagSmith to show at TNNA. Made with 2 (125yds/115m each) of their new merino bumbs and a #50(25mm) n... Magnum Reversible Vest/Wrap This is by far my most popular design to date. I think the simplicity coupled with the versatility make it so appealing. The versatility bei... Wild Oats Fingerless Mitts These fingerless mitts I made for an Intro to Cables class we had at The Little Knittery . But I'm liking it as a great project for... the Crochet Brioche Sweater After many months and promises of almost having it ready I'm happy to say the pattern for the Crochet Brioche Sweater is ready! H... it's still a simple shrug Well after a couple of crazed months we've landed in Los Angeles and while I would love to have something new to share with you... the Canadian My girls love to bird watch and living near the LA river we see a lot of them. Many nights at dinner time we hear flocks of geese headed... the Misti Net Scarf I have another jacket pattern coming soon but in the meantime thought I would clean house and make this pattern a free one. This is a... Loading... Translate this site to your language... Contact Knit 1 LA directly using this form: Instagram Followers Knit 1 LA V © knit1la.com . Powered by Blogger.