A million thanks to KnitPicks for these adorable knit sachets. If you want to learn color work, this is a perfect way to give it a go. The designer is Anna Davis. The pattern is a part of their 12 weeks of gifting. Enjoy!
"One Island - One Book"
The Cricket Pages
A liberal that believes in facts.
A Blog about my Handmade Soap and Soap Making Videos
licensed to cunt
I sew so I am- adventures in creativity. My interests are wide from appliqué, cross stitch, knitting,crochet,free machine embroidery, patchwork, quilting etc
Welcome to Buddhism Now an online Buddhist magazine, giving advice on how to practise Buddhism
Crafts and family life 💝
I love to "Make It Myself"
We’re just inviting you to take a timeout into the rhythmic ambiance of our breakfast, brunch and/or coffee selections. We are happy whenever you stop by.
knit. knit. knit. knit. knit. pet cats. knit.
crochet and creativity blog
knitting, traveling and the stuff that happens in between
Exploring the world one fiber at a time
For the Love of All Things Yarn
Ruminations of a curious person
a life with purpose
Scribbles on Cocktail Napkins
6 thoughts on “Free Fair Isle Sachet Patterns”
They will make great stocking stuffers. 🎄🎅🏼
LikeLiked by 1 person
Went ahead and downloaded the pattern. I am a regular customer of Knit Picks–especially their sock yarn! I have never been disappointed in anything I have bought from them. Looking at these, I am already starting to figure out a few changes. Going down a needle size and using sock yarn. Also, I dislike purling back on fair isle. So, maybe knit as a small drawstring bag, knit in the round with some kind of plain or scalloped edge with some YOs to accommodate an icord pull or perhaps just a pretty ribbon and Kitchener stitched bottom edge. I like patterns that you can change about to suit yourself, which might be why I like sock knitting.
LikeLiked by 1 person
Excellent ideas! Thanks. I don’t have enough knitting experience yet to make those kind of changes. Although I will soon. 😊
I think knitting socks helps you get used to seeing a pattern in different ways. Socks have a fairly standard template (cuff, leg, heel, instep, toe) that allows you to change things up a bit. Harder to do with a sweater pattern. I always say knitting is for thinkers. As you do more projects, you will get more comfortable with not taking a pattern as gospel and adventuring out on your own. Good times (and some tearing your hair out) ahead of you!
Yes, I can’t wait. The good and the bad.