A few tweaks here and there and the classic raglan’s been updated. Worsted weight wool on size 6 and 7 (US) needles, with sizes ranging from small to 2x.
To add a neat twisted fringe to the edge of a scarf, blanket, or other object, use an appropriate size crochet hook and your chosen yarn.
Sl st in first st, ch 1, *pull up a loop 12″ long, turn your hook 18 times, sl st into next st letting the loop just formed fold in half and twist around itself, ch 1 * repeat across.
The pattern , from Yarnspiration, is shown in two different color ways, and it’s easy to dream up many other combinations that would be just as pretty. Requires worsted weight yarn and size E/4 (US) (3.5mm) hook.
Striking in its simplicity, this crocheted tunic caught my eye in the Lion Brand Newsletter this evening. Done up in Homespun using a size 10.5 (US) hook, it’s calling out to me to use the blue Homespun that started out as a throw and never made it home. This looks like something I’ll wear a lot.
Introducing suave little Bubby the bear, from Knitty.com. Another addition to the yet-to-be-knitted imaginary planned menagerie. Looks easy and quick too, not to mention it’s a great little stash buster!
A picture is worth a thousand words, but I simply have to add two more : “too cute”.