Modification Monday

  • Modification Monday: Hazel Hat

    I know it’s a little self serving, but sometimes I modify patterns too. 😉 Original Pattern: Raituli Knitter Extraordinaire: Well, me. My Ravelry ID is here. Mods: Added a double brim, ears, and a felt star. Details on the mods (including directions for the ears) can be found on my project page, here. What Makes

  • Modification Monday: Hat to Match Marius Sweater

    We have a winner for the copy of Alice Starmore’s Glamourie… Sarah! I’ll be emailing you very soon! Original Patterns: Marius Sweater and Knit Frozen Snowflakes Beanie Knitter Extraordinaire: Spotonknit (Ravelry ID) Mods: Spotonknit created a hat that incorporated the same stranded elements as her Marius sweater yoke, using a worsted weight hat pattern as

  • Modification Monday: Ingrid Director’s Cut

    Original Pattern: Ingrid Pullover Knitter Extraordinaire: figolilo (Ravelry ID) Mods: Figolilo added the colourwork from the hem to the cuffs of the sleeves, as well as steeked the entire pullover to make it into a cardigan! Added a button band too, of course. Details and lots of photos can be found on her project page,

  • Modification Monday: Camaro

    Original Pattern: Camaro Knitter Extraordinaire: Mary Claire (Ravelry ID) Mods: Camaro is originally a DK weight pullover, but Mary Claire revamped the pattern to be a fingering weight cardigan with pockets. Great details and more photos can be found on her project page, here. What Makes This Awesome:  Mary Claire knit this in the round

  • Modification Monday: White Ajah Shawl

    Original Pattern: Morvarch  Knitter Extraordinaire: Robyn (Ravelry ID) Mods:  Inspired by shawls worn in the fantasy series Wheel of Time, Robyn modified the rectangular laceweight Morvarch shawl into a DK weight triangular shawl with fringe, incorporating elements that are described in the book series. Details can be found on her project page, here. What Makes

  • Modification Monday: Antlers Fingerless Mitts

    Original Patterns: Maine Morning Mitts and Antler Hat Knitter Extraordinaire: Patti (Ravelry ID) Mods: Using the Antler hat pattern and the Maine Morning mitts as her guide, Pattie created these Antler Fingerless mitts. details can be found on her project page, here. What Makes This Awesome: Ah, the antler cable. It looks good on everything, don’t

  • Modification Monday: Dog Sweater

    Original Patterns: Honeypie hat and Maine Morning Mitts Knitter Extraordinaire: Parkdale (Ravelry ID) Mods: Incredibly Parkdale didn’t use a dog sweater as the base for this – she used the child sized hat brim for the dog sweater neckline, and the thumb gusset increases form the Maine Morning Mittens as the method for the chest