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Friday Finds

Here we are, the first Friday Finds of March! I have some tentative plans in the works for this weekend, hopefully with lots of knitting to show you all over next week!

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  • Out of Cheese by MMario is a beautiful circular shawl, and even better, it’s free!

  • March is National Crochet Month, so I’m going to make more of an effort to include some crochet news in the Friday Finds (I don’t try not to, I just get easily distracted by knits). The Florencia Lace Shawlette by Andrea Graciarena is a gorgeous crochet shawl with a flouncy border. So pretty!

  • Reiko Kuwamura has a fabulous garter-stitch hat pattern, and HOW. Quite the lovely little hat for a cool spring evening, yes? Yes.

  • Derya at Laylock has posted another free, knitterly-themed print for you to print out and frame, then hang in your house (it shows up with the background of my blog here, so I bet you can print it out on a lightly-colored paper if that’s your preference). I love it. Sign up for her email list to be the first to find out about her free tutorials and knit-themed images!

  • Lily Go’s Narnia Shawl is a gorgeous amalgamation of twisted stitch and lace work. And the edges remind me of bats, and I love bats, so there.

  • Berroco has what appears to be a new yarn, called Flicker—a chain-plied worsted weight alpaca-blend yarn (and it seems to have a little bit of sparkle, too!). They’ve got some new patterns using this yarn available as a free eBook, including this lovely cardigan, Taina, and a crocheted cowl, called Loken.

    Categories: Friday Finds

    Amy

6 replies

  1. love the crocheted shawl, and the Narnia & circular ones as well. *adds to queue*

    I love reading your Friday Finds. Always find something spiffy 🙂

  2. That garter stitch hat is CUTE! Great round up, as usual.

    And I didn’t even know it was national crochet month, but I started an afghan yesterday! Must have known it in my heart all along.

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