Cowgirlblues free knit pattern sleeveless vest for boys 3 sizes

Tiny Sleeveless V-Neck Vest

This v-neck vest is a cute pattern if you have little people in your life.  A vest is also a practical garment for tiny people and toddlers - easy to wear and keeps them warm when the weather is in-between. 

Fast Fingerless Mittens

Mittens are a great accessory to have on hand (pun intended!) and I'm a big fan of the fingerless mitten variety.  I particularly love this very light and soft pair knitted in our Cowgirlblues Kidsilk yarn. 

Cowgirlblues cape town free knit pattern soft stripe poncho wool mohair kidsilk shop

Poncho Pattern for a Soft, Stripe Knit

A poncho is my winter favourite, and this one is very soft to wear and knit and the stripe yarn combination gives it interest and texture.  I have a couple in my cupboard from when we first started out and

Speedy Pompom Skinny Scarf

Since we started dyeing up our 2018 new colours I've been looking for interesting ways to work up the yarns to show what they can do, and it's not always easy to keep coming up with new ideas.  So on

cowgirlblues Hamburg DK wool hand knit beanie free pattern

Introducing the Hamburg Beanie

After exhibiting at H&H in Cologne last month I spent a week in Hamburg, and it was very, VERY cold, by South African standards anyway.  There was snow, so I'm not exaggerating about the cold!  So I knitted up this

Pin-Stripe Scarf Knit Pattern

I don't know about you, but I usually have several projects on the go.  At least one of them needs to be an easy knit that doesn't require too much concentration, so that I have an excuse to relax and

Cowgirlblues double moss stitch colour block scarf

Pattern: Double Moss Stitch Colour Blocked Scarf

I don't know about you but I've had a pretty crazy year, and creating knitting patterns hasn't been high on my agenda.  In fact, as you can see from the blog posts on the site - patterns pretty much haven't

Knit beanie and neckwarmer set

Match it up: Beanie and neckwarmer combo

It seems as though most of the world's knitters are well into autumn and thinking wintery thoughts.  It's a little strange for those of us in the south where the days are getting longer and warmer.  But I'm happy to think