Modification Monday

  • Modification Monday: Still Panda

    Original Patterns: Still Light and Panda  Knitter Extraordinaire: Heidi (Ravelry ID, blog ) Mods:  For this modified knit, Heidi combined the intarsia panda pullover pattern with the tunic dress pattern for a whole new result, as well as lengthened sleeves. Great details can be found on her  project page, which can be found here. What Makes

  • Modification Monday: Min Ulla Slipper Socks

    Original Patterns: Min Ulla Scarf and Toasty Socks Knitter Extraordinaire: Anne (Ravelry ID) Mods: Combined the scarf pattern for the stranded design into the leg, and used a heart chart of her own design as well as the toasty socsk pattern for the foot. Project page can be found here. What Makes This Awesome: Anne has

  • Modification Monday: Color Block Affection

    Original Pattern:  Color Affection  Knitter Extraordinaire: Bea (Ravelry ID) Mods: Instead of working the shawl in stripes as the original pattern states, Bea worked each section in a solid colour. Exact details can be found on her project page here, and if you don’t read French, you can cut and past the details into Google

  • Modification Monday: Sheepy Mitts

    It’s getting chilly, and mitten weather is almost upon us- or depending on where you live, definitely up you! So this Modification Monday might get you inspired to think of some awesome mitten mods to knit this winter. Like mashing two different designs into one, like these adorable mittens: Original Patterns: Fiddlehead Mittens and Baa-ble

  • Modification Monday: Chicken Mitts

    Original Pattern: Rhode Island Red  Knitter Extraordinaire: Gardenlily (Ravelry ID) Mods: Modified the border for a turned hem, modified the eggs for a more oval shape and then put then eggs on the palm, and reversed the direction the hen was facing on one mitt so that both mitts have hens facing the thumb. Project

  • Modification Monday: Gemini

    Original Pattern: Christmas in July Knitter Extraordinaire: Jenn (Ravelry ID) Mods: Worked her version in worsted weight rather than the original fingering, swapped out the adult yoke chart for the children’s one, and reversed the chart- as the original is intended to be knit top down, and she was knitting bottom-up. Full details can be

  • Modification Monday: Fair Isle Collared Pullover

    Original Pattern: Aesa Pullover and Graph 53 Latvian Mittens  Knitter Extraordinaire: Tanya (Ravelry ID) Mods: Use the structure of the Aesa pullover, and the mitten chart  from the Latvian mitten pattern, with all sorts of colours. Details can be found on her project page, here. What Makes This Awesome: This modification Monday is certainly a showstopper!