Try the book Artic Lace Knitting Projects & Stories Inspired By Alaska's Native Knitters by Donna Druchunas. The book tells about knitting with yarn from musk-ox & also tells how to do the patterns in the back with other yarns. I first saw the book at our local library & I liked it so much I went out & bought myself a copy for my birthday back in January & now I want to start to learn how to make knitted lace after I finish the baby afghan I am designing & knitting for my cousin.
I think It might be in Knitty - www.knitty.com -look in pattern library, under hats. the name rang a bell with me. i was looking at patterns last fall for cowls , and I loved that one. When i just looked for it it wasn't in scarves, but was in hats. go figure!
Hi - My name is Sally R. I am a new member. My big project is hats for children with Cancer. I am always looking for different patterns, not only cover their heads when they have lost their hair, but to bring smiles to their little faces. I have found bumblebee and ladybug patterns, a penguin and a few others. If anyone has any novelty hat patterns, I would love to have them. All of the hats are made with love and in memory of my husband, who lost his battle against cancer.
Hi Sally..I make hats for St. Jude's and Cancer Society..all ages. I just printed a pumpkin hat tonight..Favecrafts.com/Pumpkin-Crochet-Beanie....Baby Ruffle Hat.(same site). Also, for anyone..google Beehive Hat by Holly Klein..no other info when it printed. I keep notebooks, so will check tomorrow for you. Have you done mohawks, pigtails, fun fur? Just when I think I've seen 'em all, there pops up another cutie. More later..Hildy
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