Fun Christmas gift, about 3 hours to knit, see more info and download free pattern here.
I love the Indian hearts pattern and never get tired of ‘playing with it’, recently mostly in a blanket form.
Two trees growing together in Meherabad, India, one black, one white. Their images, growing together, hugging and supporting each other, always inspires me.
This pattern is based on a child like drawing of looking up at tree tops, near lagoon cabin, at Meher Spiritual Center, S.C.
It is knit with simple short rows (no wraps etc necessary), and 100% cotton yarn. The pattern is available for free here.
I have one for years, and use it all the time to keep the pot/pan hot, AFTER TURNING THE STOVE OFF.
It’s fun, I hope you’ll enjoy it and make some too 🙂
The inspiration for this scarf came from a song by Scott Makeig, and this is my favorite line of it “when loving is our day and our night”. That would make life so much more beautiful.
A free and easy pattern for pot/pan cover. I use it all the time, to keep the food hot and to let it finish cooking after the stove is turned off.
It’s a great gift for yourself, and a wonderful Christmas gift for anybody else.
Easy 2-3 hours project (a wedge is about 15-20 min), and less than one ball of Suagar-n-Cream or similar is enough.
Do not be intimidated by the short rows – in this pattern there is no need to wrap etc, just turn the needles and knit back. The gap created by the short row will help you know where your next short row should be. It makes life easier when being interrupted in the middle.
Simple instructions for a crochet version are also included.
For safety reasons yarn must be 100% cotton, and always make sure to turn the stove OFF before covering the pot/pan.
Have fun 🙂
Pattern is available HERE.
Usually I knit my own patterns. This one however is based on “Pathways Blanket” by Frankie Brown, one of my favorite designers.
Still into blankets… this one is a lap blanket for a good snuggle in front of the TV.
Needles: US13, and 80 sts.
For Crazy Corona, we managed to put 5 of our books up for free as ebooks,
2 of them are illustrated with knitted picture:
‘The First Time I Saw The Ocean‘ has so many knit pictures, it can almost be a catalog of my knits,
‘Mixed Tapestry’ has 7 pictures in a technique developed specially for this book, where the same 7 yarns are used for background and image. It’s basically 3 yarns technique twice, with a yarn in between (the 7th yarn).
We also made a recording of our novella ‘The Vulturet, Season 14’ as a silly youtube. It’s a PG romantic comedy. Link.
Stay sane & healthy
In honor of Miss Corona, some of our e-books will be free on Amazon, from April 13 – April 17. Sorry we can’t make it longer.
A little girl’s visit to Meher Center,
illustrated fully with knitted pictures.
How to make your own personal set of cards
and how to use them to get guidance from God.
A collections of Baba talks within my heart.
3 little stories
one about death and reincarnation,
one about fear,
and a short poem about God.
Illustrated with knit pictures with a technique made specially for this book,
and with photos.
Our latest book, a fiction about a Vulturet looking for love in a dating game TV show.
Will she find Love?
Will anybody else find love?
Oh, the drama of it all!
Have fun, and stay healthy 🙂