Stitch in Focus Double Layer Knitting

Stitch in Focus Double Layer Knitting

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Double Layer Knitting, Joy of Knitting (2023 theme), Pattern Related, Stitch in Focus 2 Comments

What do you do if you want to knit two layers of fabric in the round without wrong sides facing each other?  Well, you *could* use two sets of DPNs, but is there another way?  YES!  Dubbed “double layer knitting” because it’s a lot like double knitting, but without the purls.  This technique allows you to work two layers of fabric on the same needles so you can easily transition between integrating and non-integrating sections.  Both layers have RS facing knits and WS facing purls creating a double layer of fabric. See Treescape Hat in action on IG Part 1: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Czrpxb0p2GQ/ Part 2: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cz8_5Z_LXfc/ Part 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/C0hqsaRJuiC/ All videos in 1 – Treescape Hat Rejoining Video Tutorial

Malabrigo Yarn Mora and Verano on the deck

Behind the Design with Malabrigo Yarn

Lindsay Lewchuk eco world, Joy of Knitting (2023 theme), Pattern Related Leave a Comment

I’ve so enjoyed being part of Malabrigo’s Quickies programs these last few years. Tweedy Toppers fits into the Joy of Knitting theme because of how much fun designing (& knitting) these Quickies are! The call, the submission, checking the email for the “ya” or “nay” and then celebrating with cameramom and cameradad when the “ya” news comes in. Keeping the secret until the release is definitely a challenge! As I work on the project I frequently announce to the family room, I’m “Miss September” this year ;-). Learn more about this 2-skein design, development, and the subtle influences on Malabrigo’s interview with yours truly about Tweedy Toppers on the Malabrigo blog here: September Quickies:</a> Tweedy Toppers — Malabrigo Blog (malabrigoyarn.com)

Tweedy Toppers glamor shot with sunset

Tweedy Toppers

Lindsay Lewchuk 2023 New Releases, Announcements, Cuffs, How-to Videos, Patterns Leave a Comment

Boldly shout with joy from the top of your boot cuffs, “Fall is here,” with Tweedy Toppers.  Perfect for falling temperatures as these toppers have a secret – fashion on the outside and warm functionality on the inside.  Keep your calves snuggly warm with the surprise of interior ribbing.  Create your own faux tweed by holding two fibers together.  The tech edited and test knit intermediate level pattern is fully written with a diagram and how-to video for starting the hidden interior ribbing. $10.00 Now available on KC! Note: KnitCompanion sets their own prices. Sizes: S (M, L, XL) to fit calf circumference of 12”/ 30.5cm (14”/ 35.5cm, 16”/ 40.5cm, 18”/ 46cm) with 1”/ 2.5cm of positive ease. Finished Measurements: …

Archways in front of the lake

Archways

Lindsay Lewchuk 2022 New Releases, Cowls, Men, Patterns

After basking in this pastoral setting, visions of these beautiful archways and the watery hues beyond beaconed the next design.  Stitch your way through architectural slipped stitch cables atop a fluid background of Garter stitch.  Reflections of this serene environment mimic the calm rhythm of the planned stitches. The tech edited and test knit design is fully written and charted. Available exclusively in our 2022 “Slip and Rise” Pattern Club!Pick up the Slip and Rise Pattern Club on Payhip, Ravelry, and Lovecrafts. Finished Measurements:Small (Large): 18”/ 46cm (24”/ 61cm) around by 8.5”/ 21.5cm long Materials:2 skeins Malabrigo Verano, shown in colors Alpha Metal (MC) and Arachania (CC)               Single skein info: 100% pima cotton Worsted/ DK; 205yds/ 187m per 100g/ 3.53oz                Sample weights: 75g/ 2.65oz (95g/ …

Depth Perception front

Depth Perception

Lindsay Lewchuk 2022 New Releases, Patterns, Shawls

Is there anything more romantic than Depth Perception! When falling in love it is the depth of your sweetheart that pulls you in and intrigues you to learn more. In a knitting analogy that translates to taking the slipped stitch cables of our 2022 theme to new dimensions! Depth Perception capelet introduces the technique to flat knitting with 2 stitch slipped cables growing up to 5 stitch slipped cables worked on the right side. Find your favorite spot to deepen your relationship as you knit, then wear.

Shadowlands on the cliff

Shadowlands

Lindsay Lewchuk 2021 New Releases, Cowls, Hems and Ends, Men, Patterns Leave a Comment

Light filters through shades of dusk to introduce knitters to a two-colored slipped stitch design in Shadowlands.  Like mountain peaks on a range, light and dark cables interplay, never entwining yet always connecting.  As beautiful as the sun-kissed mountaintops and as rare as a solo sunset, Shadowlands is sure to draw every eye.  Construction: in the round, seamlessly, only one color is used at a time. The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written and charted. $12.00 Please note: price on knitCompanion is set by knitCompanion Finished Measurements:Small (Large): 18.5”/ 47cm (24”/ 61cm) around by 7.5”/ 19cm long Materials:2 skeins Malabrigo Verano, shown in colors Pistachio (MC) and Chocolate (CC) Single skein info: 100% pima cotton Worsted/ DK; …