Rapunzel. Eight Hand Knitted Accessories eBook for Kids and Adult
|November 1, 2012||Filled under 2012, Patterns|
One versatile Rapunzel Pattern. Eight unique accessories. Endless possibilities.
Luxurious knit plaits flow effortlessly into place to create this innovative collection. Each piece uses the same foundation pattern, and can be customized to fit wearers of all ages, from child to adult. Make them in different shades of the same color for a coordinated look, or in any color combination you can imagine! Worked in DK and worsted yarn weights, Rapunzel will keep you company any time of the year.
… And as always, now is our traditional little giveaway: first 3 persons, who leave comment on this post will receive this pattern via email in PDF format for FREE!! Good luck and have a Fun!
Skinny Scarf & Hat Set
Evoking a single luxuriant braid, this elegant scarf’s keyhole design will surely turn heads. Trim the tasseled ends with ribbon bows for an even more eye-catching look! Worked in the same plait pattern and topped with a tassel, the whimsical hat will surely be one of the crowning glories of your wardrobe.
Double rows of plaits punctuated by engaging pompoms make up this heavenly scarf.
Size can be varied using different yarn weights.
Cape & Cowl
Make a cape for your little one and a cowl for yourself, or indulge in a matching set! This piece’s clever stitch construction allows you to choose either option, in small, medium and large sizes – all in a single pattern.
Neck Warmer/Stole & Beret
Be cozy and fashionable at the same time!
Drape yourself in the warmth and richness of this double-plaited neck warmer.
Lush plaits ripple outward to form this casual yet stylish beret. The ribbed band adds visual interest and secures the piece in place.
Crafted in a graceful spiral and trimmed with contrasting slip stitch, this elegant pin mimics the flowers Rapunzel’s mother craved. Wear it in your hair or pinned to your dress, alone or as an accent for any the Rapunzel pieces.
Lush plaits ripple outward to form this casual yet stylish beanie.
The ribbed band adds visual interest and secures the piece in place.
Small/child (Medium/youth, Large/adult)
DK weight (#3 Light)
Cascade Cash Vero DK (55% Extra Fine Wool, 33% Microfiber; 12% Cashmere; 125 yds [114 m]/1.75 oz [50 g])
Worsted weight (#4 Medium)
Option 1: Cascade Pacific (40% Superwash Merino Wool, 60% Acrylic; 213 yds [195 m]/ 3.5 oz [100 g])
Option 2: Stitch.Rock.Love. Sheep(ish) from Caron (70% Acrylic, 30% Wool; 167 yds [153 m]/ 3 oz [85 g])
Note: Instructions are given for both worsted and DK weight yarn.
* This eBook involves knit and basic crochet (for finishing edging) skills.
28 pages, 5 step-by-step photo tutorials, 1 diagram
Technical editor: Edie Eckman
Copyright: All rights reserved. Please be respectful of the designer’s rights to this pattern. No portion of this work may be photocopied or reproduced by any means without written authorization from My Little CityGirl. The purchaser of this pattern is granted permission to sell the finished product for profit on a limited basis. © 2012 Alla Koval Designs, Inc. http://mylittlecitygirl.com.
This pattern is available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda, Artfire and YCMT
What is this? Is this deja vu? :)) “… And as always, now is our traditional little giveaway: first 3 persons, who leave comment on this post will receive this pattern via email in PDF format for FREE!! Good luck and have a Fun! ”
Alla, I’m ispired by your talent! And I love all your work! This accessories are unique!
Yep ;) Congratulation Oksana!! I’m so excited for you!! Your pattern is on its way!
:))) I’m waiting…
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Nice one Alla!
Love the cape and cowl. Beautiful colors!
My Congratulations Vidhya and Betsy!! Make sure to check your inbox ;)
Cool! I loveee this!
Wow love your designs :) So glad I stumbled across your site by accident, lol. I will keep a closer eye on it in future. I am actually, somewhat new to knitting, but have always loved its more elegant and refined look. I tend to crochet more and it somehow always feels bulkier compared to the knitted look. From what I have seen of your designs so far, they definitely have a touch of whimsy to them while still being very versatile. I tend to prefer patterns that one can upgrade to a more mature look or even a mature look that still touches the little girl that will always exist in our hearts ;) and you have done that beautifully here.
I’m interested in purchasing this pattern book but when I go to your “store” I don’t see where to do this. If you could provide me a link directly to being able to buy this, that would be great.
Never mind… Duh, I found it on Etsy.
I love the designs. I would likee to start a knitting project and with the experience of unique designs, I know i can go places. Thanx.