Archive of ‘knitting fashion’ category

New Girly Knits Pattern “Ruffle Me Up” Lace Caridgan

By Lauren

“Ruffle yourself up in girly cuteness in this colorful lacey ruffley cardigan! Made with Lion Brand’s stunning “Amazing” color changing yarn, the cardigans beautiful textured lace panel ruffle is made even more interesting with variations of color in the yarn. The ruffle gathers at your natural waist to flatter your figure, and is long enough to just cover your bum. This cardigan can be worn open for easy style, buttoned, pinned, or even with a knitted belt. This design is a great way to spice up an outfit, and would be just as cute in a solid color for everyday wear. I hope you enjoy this pattern and when finished prance around and spin in it in girly delight!”

This pattern was designed, made, and modeled by me, and is now available on Ravelry here!

 

 

 

  

  

 

New Girly Knits Pattern “Blossoming Beauty” Daisy Lace Tank and Dress

By Lauren

“Just as flowers bloom in the Spring and Summer, so can your knitting! No need to put your yarn and needles away with this design, made with 100% cotton in an airy daisy lace pattern, it makes the perfect layering garment for the warmer months! It can be worn over a tank with a cardigan and jeans, or as a cover up for your bathing suit at the beach! With 4 different length options from a cropped tank to a dress and everything in between, plus a choice of regular or racer back, you are sure to make this sweet summery design work for you! Enjoy the sweet breeze as you blossom into the beauty you are, enjoy!”

This pattern was designed, made, and modeled by me, and is now available on Ravelry here!

  

This design was inspired by Girly Knits facebook fans! I did a poll on what girls wanted me to design with the Patons Grace neon orange yarn, which turned out to be a tank top, then gave them options of tank tops and they liked a racer back lace striped tank best. Check out the poll here!

  

New Girly Knits Pattern “Putting on the Glitz” Lace Hem Evening Dress

By Lauren

“Put on the glitz and head down to the Ritz in this sparkly glamorous dress! With it’s curve hugging silhouette, scooped out neckline, and strategically placed zig-zag lace pattern you are sure to stop traffic! Made with Vanna’s Glamour, this dress knits up into a super sparkly fabric that will keep you shining as the radiant goddess you are all night long. The braided straps and lace hem are additional fashionable details that are sure to turn heads. I hope you show your friends how very sexy knitting is and get compliments for you awesome knitting skills at your next formal event rocking this dress! Enjoy!”

This pattern was designed, made, and modeled by me, and is now available on Ravelry here!

 

 

 

  

New Girly Knits Pattern “Pretty Little Knickers” Lace Lingerie Set

By Lauren

“Indulge in the luxury of making and wearing your very own fine hand knit lingerie with this elegant and classy 3 piece set. Each piece is trimmed with a sophisticated lace pattern and sweet picot edge, with the addition of a luxurious velvet ribbon bow for function and flair. Made with Karabella’s Vintage Cotton with a mercerized finish, this set is durable despite it’s delicate and dainty appeal. The camisole needn’t only be reserved for the bedroom, as it will work beautifully into your wardrobe! I made this set while watching Seasons 1 & 2 of “Pretty Little Liars”, which infused the design with drama, scandal, and gorgeousness! Enjoy!”

This pattern was designed, made, and modeled by me, and is now available on Ravelry here!

 

 

 

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Beautiful Crochet Earrings!

By Lauren

This weekend I made these super cute crochet earrings!  I’m in love!

Until now I haven’t dabbled much in crochet because I typically prefer the look of knitting, but I decided I should finally learn so that I can use crochet to enhance my knitted designs.  I picked up the “Crafty Crochet Embellishments” course on Craftsy because their courses are awesome and this one in particular teaches you to crochet the cutest little goodies like flowers, decorative edgings, and of course these earrings!

The instructor Linda walks you though every step with lots of helpful hints along the way.  As a newbie to crochet, I was amazed I could make these in less than an hour, they are deceptively simple and super quick.  Having someone to follow (who you can also keep rewinding 😉 ) is enormously helpful too!

What do you think of knitted and crocheted jewelry?  Have you made any?  I could definitely see it being a trend!

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