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Ravelry: Cable Tree (Top Down) Small pattern by Kate Gondwana

Ravelry: Cable Tree (Top Down) Small pattern by Kate Gondwana

This little heart cable looks almost like an embossed heart but is worked as a cable. It is worked and charted top down; the opposite way to most traditional cables. It has been designed for circular knitting and thus some adjustment will need to be made if you use this in flat knitting.

This little heart cable looks almost like an embossed heart but is worked as a cable. It is worked and charted top down; the opposite way to most traditional cables. It has been designed for circular knitting and thus some adjustment will need to be made if you use this in flat knitting.

Free Pattern. The cardigan is knit all in one piece, from the left side to the right, with almost no seaming (I love that!). The yoke and body are shaped with uncomplicated short rows, and the garter stitch throughout keeps the design simple but sophisticated. Corinne cardigan : Knitty Spring+Summer 2011

Free Pattern. The cardigan is knit all in one piece, from the left side to the right, with almost no seaming (I love that!). The yoke and body are shaped with uncomplicated short rows, and the garter stitch throughout keeps the design simple but sophisticated. Corinne cardigan : Knitty Spring+Summer 2011

Louise is a top-down baby vest knitted in the round and almost seamless. It uses both written and charts instructions.

Louise is a top-down baby vest knitted in the round and almost seamless. It uses both written and charts instructions.

Taina is a triangular shawl worked from one corner to the long edge on the opposite side. It is worked in garter stitch and eyelet rows. It’s made for the most beautiful skeins of sock yarn that you’d rather wear around your neck than on your feet. You can continue until you run out of yarn. A single skein of fingering weight sock yarn will produce a decent size shawl.

Taina is a triangular shawl worked from one corner to the long edge on the opposite side. It is worked in garter stitch and eyelet rows. It’s made for the most beautiful skeins of sock yarn that you’d rather wear around your neck than on your feet. You can continue until you run out of yarn. A single skein of fingering weight sock yarn will produce a decent size shawl.