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Hearts & Flowers pattern by Dani Sunshine

The small version of this scarf is worked in a sport weight yarn, the large in worsted weight yarn. Other than the gauge at which they’re worked, which alters the scarf’s width, the only difference between them is their length. This means the scarf is easily customisable by adjusting yarn weight and length. Modifying the length will affect the amount of yarn required.

Winters Edge Scarf. Simple and soft! Get free pattern!

3.5 mm needles (I’m using wooden 16” circular needles per my point above) 200g of sport weight yarn (approximately 400 yards) Tapestry needle for weaving in ends 4 stitch markers (Optional. The knitting will be very easy to read.) Cable needle (Optional. I cabled without a needle for this project, here’s a great tutorial)

Two-Color Cotton Cowl :: :: Sport weight: 5.75 - 6.5, Circular 4 and 6 needles

Crinkle Textured Baby Blanket Here's another fairly easy baby blanket. This pattern creates a border as you go. The main stitch used in the body of the blanket is really easy to do, but makes a pretty crinkle pattern.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Two Knock-Out Socks You Can Knit

Socks You Can Knit - easy tubes in sport weight - fast and easy!


DarkHare's Turqoise Shaelyn

Ravelry: DarkHare's Turqoise Shaelyn Beautiful colour change yarn - hard to imagine that this is knit with cotton. I never thought that cotton would block so well.

These baby socks are simple to make and, though designed for handspun yarn, can be made with any sport weight or baby yarn.

from Cool Creativities

Cool Creativity

Colorful Crochet Bangles