The Double Moss Stitch is such a fun textured stitch, it is definitely one of my favs 🙂 I just posted the stitch pattern and thought I would share a freebie pattern to go along with it.
This Knitted Kindle Cover is a perfect pattern to practice this stitch. It is a quick and simple knit project.
How to Knit the Double Moss Stitch
Also known as the Moss Stitch in the US
How to Knit the Moss Stitch
Instructions for knitting flat.
I have been working on posting stitches onto my site, the first stitch posted was the Ribbon Stitch which is a simple slip stitch colorwork pattern that can be knit with two or more colors. This is a great beginner stitch, especially for those wanting to explore colorwork in knitting.
How to Knit the Ribbon Stitch
Instructions for knitting flat and in the round.
I decided to participate in The American Heart Association in conjunction with The Children’s Heart Foundations Little Hats, Big Hearts Campaign this year. I will be knitting, along with many other knitters and crocheters, tiny red hats for babies born in February; the goal of this campaign is to raise awareness, provide resources and inspire parents about their family’s heart health.
Some of my first patterns were appliqués and small crochet items. I decided to post these for free on my blog for anyone that is looking for a small quick crochet project.
These little applique hearts are so super cute, I love using them to adorn knit/crochet projects as well as use them to embellish cards and other paper crafts.
Quite a few years ago while selling at my favorite Indie Craft Fair, Mod Shop, I was asked by so many customers if I made ear warmers, there was even one customer that came back by to show me one she found from another vendor so that I knew what they were, she said I should start making them because they are becoming so popular. And she sure was right, ear warmers are still super popular these days and it turns out they are a breeze to make.
I started making just a single design using my favorite stitch, the seed stitch, (I can’t help it, I love this stitch!) It is such a simple and easy stitch that results in a beautiful texture with the yarn.
Lets Crochet Something!
This is a quick little pattern I came up with to dress up my succulents planted in 4 oz mason jars.
I have a few versions of these Mason Jar Cozy’s that I have posted in my Ravelry Shop, you can find an alternative pattern made with Lion’s Brand Cotton Ease yarn here: Free Mason Jar Cozy on Ravelry The free pattern on Ravelry is pretty much the same as this one, it just uses a different type of yarn, so the sizing is a bit off.
Below is a pattern I created using Lily’s Sugar ‘n Cream yarn in Overcast.