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I love hand-dyed fingering weight yarn. Whether it’s solid, semi-solid, variegated or striped. But if I only ever knit socks it can get quite boring. So what to do with all that sock yarn? Click here and read on for many links to free patterns to knit with your loved stash!

9 Amazing Ideas for That Special Skein of Sock Yarn - Sheep Among Wolves

I love hand-dyed fingering weight yarn. Whether it’s solid, semi-solid, variegated or striped. But if I only ever knit socks it can get quite boring. So what to do with all that sock yarn? Click here and read on for many links to free patterns to knit with your loved stash!

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

Swirl Hat

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

A 'goes with anything scarf'. Free Ravelry download.

Free Pattern - Odds and Ends Kerchief

This pattern emerged after looking for ways to use up small scraps of yarn. The hoarder in me could not throw away those lengths of yarn after sewing up, particularly if it was yarn that had been hand-painted or perhaps was quite expensive. There are quite a few attractive scarves that use similar techniques; I would not claim to be the originator of this idea. However, what I wanted was a knitting stitch which allowed splashes of different colours from the odds of yarn to get mixed in with…

V Scarf, free pattern from Naztazia. 325 yds sport weight yarn, hook size 'G'. Nice lightweight accessory for warm weather. #crochet

How to Crochet The V Scarf - Naztazia ®

V Scarf, free pattern from Naztazia. 325 yds sport weight yarn, hook size 'G'. Nice lightweight accessory for warm weather. #crochet

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

Swirl Hat

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

Swirl Hat

This is an easy to knit hat, worked with soft fingering weight yarn that is quick to knit up and stretchy enough for longer wear in growing children. Soft yarn and close fit makes this great for chemo hats.

Light chevron stitch scarf, Free Pattern, Anabelia Craft Design

Crochet shawl in delightful chevron stitch

This chevron stitch is as light so that one skein is enough for making this crochet scarf I finished a couple of weeks ago. So this is " on...

Tammy's lovely shawl in progress, crocheted in our Chroma Fingering yarn in the Manzanita colorway (Free pattern Bruinen on Ravelry)  #knitpicks #crochet #yarn #chromayarn #handmade

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Free pattern for a beautiful Cowl. Ravelry pattern, fingering weight yarn. Recommends highly varigated yarn

That Nice Stitch

When my Mum was visiting I kept asking what I could knit her and every time she replied: a cowl made with Malabrigo sock yarn and “that nice stitch” - the one I used for g’day boomerang.

Light weight, tapered cowl using fingering or light fingering weight yarn. Lace pattern reminiscent of ocean waves.

Tides of March Cowl

Light weight, tapered cowl using fingering or light fingering weight yarn. Lace pattern reminiscent of ocean waves.

"15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season" eBook | AllFreeKnitting.com

"15 Free Cute Knitting Patterns for Every Season" eBook

Despite what others might think, knitting isnt just for winter and fall. There are plenty of gorgeous, light and lacy patterns that can also be made during the warmer months and plenty more in between.

A simple toque that can be knit with one skein of fingering weight yarn or leftovers from other projects. Fade them together or work simple stripes.

Fade Into You

A simple toque that can be knit with one skein of fingering weight yarn or leftovers from other projects. Fade them together or work simple stripes.

Hand Dyed Yarn Gradient Yarn Fingering Weight Yarn Summer

Hand Dyed Yarn Gradient Yarn Fingering Weight Yarn Summer | Etsy

Hand dyed Yarn! This skein was hand dyed by me. Dyed in a Gradient so each color slides into the next to then back. Great for making shawls. Due to the nature of my dyeing technique, my gradients tend to take on a heathered look. Colors are not always solid, giving the yarn a nice textured look without fancy stitching. Details of the yarn base are as follows: 100% SW Merino Fingering Weight 490 yards Color: Summer Sunflowers - Golden yellow that slides to a yellow green, dark turquoise…

Purlbreak Shawl in Zen Yarn Garden Superfine Fingering Yarn | Handmade by Stefanie

Purlbreak Shawl in Zen Yarn Garden Superfine Fingering Yarn

I've been working on this project since the middle of November, and it feels good to finally have it off the needles: presenting my finished Purlbreak shawl! Obviously, I'm thrilled to have this off the needles. I knit this project with 3 skeins of yarn that I was sent for review: Zen Yarn Garden Superfine Fingering, a blend of 90% superfine/superwash merino and 10% nylon which is milled in Italy and hand-dyed in Canada (I love knowing where my yarn comes from!). This is a super-squishy yarn…