Fun, colourful mittens that can be made either fingerless or with closed tops to keep your fingers toasty warm.
Whimsical Little Knits 2
Ysolda followed up her first popular pattern book, Whimsical Little Knits, with a second volume, featuring more patterns for accessories. First released in the run up to the holidays the projects are all intended to make great gifts — a precursor to the later series, Knitworthy. The collection is available as a printed book, perfectly sized for your project bag, and an ebook. All printed book purchases include access to the ebook. Every pattern in the collection can also be purchased individually — no more having to buy a whole book when you know you’ll only knit one pattern, although of course buying the collection as a whole is better value.
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Whimsical Little Knits 2 includes twelve patterns; Damson, Emily, Scroll Lace Scarf, and Peaks Island Hood to keep your shoulders and neck stylish and warm. Veyla, Cotton Reel Mittens and Snapdragon flip tops for toasty warm hands and fingers. For cosy heads try Ripley or Snapdragon Tam. Nathaniel, Smith and Wee Mushrooms are ready for a snuggle or decorating your space.
Each pattern includes clear directions, a choice of written directions or charts whenever appropriate.
Ever since I first encountered Emily Martin’s work I’ve dreamed of knitting an adorable, Emily inspired, capelet.
Adorable squirrel shaped cushion that will bring a little woodland whimsy to your home.
A hooded scarf that’s designed to look equally good with the hood up or down.
Meet Poppy, a sweet little doll who would make the perfect gift for any child. Or, if you can’t bear to give her away, she’d love to be friends with you too.
A fun, versatile hat with a couple of simple variations on the basic pattern that lead to a completely different style.
A pretty, lacey scarf that combines the work of two wonderfully talented friends of mine.
Smith is an adorable Hedgehog that can be knit in a variety of sizes by using different yarn weights. Smith was inspired by one of my favourite childhood books, Smith the Lonely Hedgehog by Althea.
Fun and highly practical mittens with flip-tops that will keep your fingers toasty warm but allow them to make a quick escape when you need to unlock the door or button your coat.
A cosy tam featuring an allover lattice cable pattern, with petals (or perhaps they’re little flames) that grow organically in the centre of each open section. Whether worked in a bright glowing colour or a cool neutral Snapdragon is a fun pattern that’s sure to cheer up dreary winter days and would make a perfect gift.
Pretty fingerless mitts with a buttoned lace cuff. Requiring just a small amount of fingering weight yarn, Veyla are the perfect way to use a special, luxury yarn.
Sweet little mushrooms weighted with coins so that they can stand up on their own. Make them to go with Smith the hedgehog, or just as a decoration.
Choose between the print or digital version of the book. Printed book orders are processed through Ravelry, add the printed book to your basket and enter your shipping address to find out the shipping cost. You will receive a link to download the ebook pdf(s) as soon as your payment is processed. So even if you've purchased the printed book you won't have to wait for it to arrive before starting your project. If you have a Ravelry account your patterns will be accessible from your Ravelry library so that you never have to worry about forgetting it.