I know, because of the comments from last week, that many of you enjoy reading…
This week’s Ten on Tuesday topic comes from Mary and it’s actually about . . . knitting! Because, you know, it’s good if we occasionally talk about knitting. And so, today, I want you to tell me the 10 Patterns You Could Knit Again . . . and again and again. (All links are Rav links but you’re all on there at this point, right?)
- Carole’s Picot Edge Sock. I know I’ve knit this many, many times. It is my go-to sock pattern and I don’t have to think about it at all.
- The Ball Band Dishcloth. This is a necessity every now and again when the dishcloths get old and tired.
- Monkey Socks. Perfect for when I want to knit a sock that’s a bit more challenging.
- Feather and Fan Socks. See #3.
- Cedar Leaf Shawlette. I’ve knit 2 already and I’m sure I will knit it again. It works with lots of different yarns and it especially nice for handspun.
- Hitchhiker. Like the Cedar Leaf Shawlette, this one is versatile and easy and also looks great done up in handspun.
- Baby Surprise Jacket. It’s my go-to baby sweater. It’s clever and fast and can be made bigger or smaller very easily.
- Calorimetry. Fast and flattering and perfect for when you don’t want a hat but you don’t want something warm on your head.
- Everyday Cardigan. I actually need to make myself one of these in a smaller size. My original one is huge.
- Irish Hiking Scarf. I knit a few of these so long ago that they aren’t on Ravelry! It’s a great scarf pattern for a guy.
Wow, that was easy! I think it took me longer to add all those links than it did to write my list. I’m looking forward to reading your list of the patterns you can knit over and over again. Don’t forget to add your link by clicking the button below. And click here if you want to be on the Ten on Tuesday mailing list.