Looking for some quick gifts to knock out? Want a little distraction from the holidays – or from real life? We’ve got you covered. The
new e-book In Transit features 7 fabulous accessories to knit and crochet, all in bulky, beautiful Classic Shades Big Time (150yds/85g).
Designed by Amy Gunderson and Tori Gurbisz, they’re all achievable by the intermediate or newer crafter, and they all go quickly on big needles or hooks. All patterns are available on Ravelry as a set in the In Transit e-book, or individually. Check out the gallery – and enjoy!
The Trade Street Hat and Cowls feature an applied crochet stripe. No carrying colors on the back side! The pattern comes with both long and short versions of the cowl.
Designer Tori Gurbisz suggests trying a contrasting color of solid Uptown Bulky for the stripe.
Wrap it around or wear it long. It’s your choice.
So easy! The New Bern Cowl calls for just two balls of Big Time and a US Size 15 (10mm) needle.
The vertical stitch in the New Burn Cowl is simple. Drop the stitch and pull it back up the column with a crochet hook.
The rib stitch is so stretchy and comfy that no buttonholes are required. The buttons nest neatly through the stitches.
You’ll want to keep the Kings Drive Shawl by the door so you can always have it handy when you go out. So pretty!
A central spine of shells provides a focal point for the Kings Drive Shawl.
Designer Amy Gunderson gave this shawl an light crescent shape so that it sits easily on the shoulders.
Wear the Kings Drive Shawl however you like – it always looks great.
Is there anything more perfect for entrelac than self-shading yarn?
Work the Euclid Scarf in one piece from end to end on US Size 15 (10mm) needles.
After finishing the body, add edging and decorative i-cord loops for the perfect final touch.
Stripes and lace? The mix works together beautifully in Tori Gurbisz’s Camden Wrap.
Knit the 70″ Camden Wrap in one long piece with bias shaping.
Wear the Camden Wrap long, toss it over a shoulder, or wrap up. Very versatile!
The Caldwell Poncho is worked in four identical strips that are joined with a crochet slip-stitch seam.
Wear this piece buttoned as a poncho or loose as a wrap. Your choice!