A catalog of limited edition fine art pictorialist photographs by Canadian artist, Roberta Murray. Images feature prairie scenes of working cowboys and farmland, mountains, ocean landscapes, people... More > at play, florals, birds, and dream like abstracts.< Less
This pillbox style hat is knit using a heavier weight yarn on smaller needles to create a dense fabric capable of holding it's shape. This hat rests daintily on top of the head, and looks good on a... More > variety of faces.< Less
Perfect socks are so named because they fit me perfectly. They are just like a commercially made sock in look and fit. I had never liked making socks because I always knit the more common heel with... More > gussets. These never fit me at all, bunching around the ankles. When I discovered this version of turning the heel I changed my opinion on knitting socks! I hope you will enjoy this pattern as much as I do!
100 grams of sock yarn. These were originally knit with Lang Jawoll (49% wool, 35% cotton, 16% polyamide) Yarn but any sock yarn (fingering to sport weight) that gives the correct gauge will do. Lang Jawoll has 1926 yards per lb.< Less
The three little kittens won’t be losing these mittens. The purrfect compliment to the Oh My Pillbox Hat, these mittens will keep your paws toasty warm on those cool winter days.
Requires... More > approximately 50 grams of worsted to aran weight yarn. Plus 30 grams of big fuzzy yarn. The yarn used was a 2 ply at 12 - 14 WPI, 6 TPI. Any of the new novelty eyelash or fur yarns will work for the brim. These mittens were knit with Moda.Dea Wild fur yarn by Coats.< Less
Also known as Fisherman's Mitts. These mittens are lined with fleece for extraordinary warmth. Using exotic fibres such as kid mohair, angora/wool mix, alpaca/silk, etc. results in a luxuriously soft... More > mitten that you won't want to take your hands out of. This pattern is based on the free version we offered for many years, but it has been completely re-written for better clarity. No more guesswork on where to insert fleece on decrease rows!< Less
Knit this light as air wimple, or smoke ring, out of fine qiviut yarn for the ultimate in luxurious headwear. Wear it as a cowl to keep your neck warm, or pull it up over your head as a hood.
Knit... More > in the prettiest of lace patterns in the round on circular needles. Pattern is suitable for beginners. Skills needed will be yarn over; slip, slip, knit; knit 2 together; and knitting on circular needles.< Less
Knit this delicate lace scarf using any lace weight yarns. Pattern is based on the old Shetland pattern "Print Of The Wave". It is knit in one piece - the border is knit along with the body... More > of the scarf. Requires approximately 600 yards of lace weight yarn (apprx 3000 yards per pound), and 3.25 mm needles.< Less
This little bag is the perfect beginners project. The pouch style makes a handy accessory for carrying small items like a cell phone and car keys. It is suitable for a variety of yarns and does not... More > require a precise gauge. The sizes of the bag will vary depending on the yarn chosen and the gauge used. Minimal knitting and crochet skills are required. Knit, purl, knit into back stitch, single crochet, and chain are the stitches used.< Less
Create two unique B&W Camera Raw presets for Adobe Camera Raw. Convert your images to black and white with the click of a button through the presets you create. Learn how to save & backup... More > your presets. Once you learn how to create a preset you can easily create your own looks and save them for future use.< Less