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Designs by Monica of monicaknits.com

Perky Plaid Infant Socks

Knitters : Easter is coming up! The pattern for these perky infant socks is found at my Ravelry store . The pattern contains 4 sizes: A, B, C and D to fit infants of ages 0-6, 6-12 and 12-24 months. Size D is for a tall 24 month child. Size B front and side views are shown in Palette Cream (23730) and Cosmopolitan (24568) fingering weight yarns.

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Sweetheart Bands

These sweetheart head and wristbands were inspired by the colors of the spring blooming, heart-shaped dicentra (bleeding heart); cream, with dark and light pinks.

This high relief, textured hair band, is 2-3/8" wide, knitted flat and joined to form a ring using a Kitchener (grafting) stitch. Optionally, the band can be seamed at the center back to form the ring. The design features garter stitch borders, a center cable of light pink Xs and dark pink Os and slip stitch accents. The band stretches in both directions so it is forgiving, size wise.
The pattern is provided in written and charted formats for medium headband (19"-21") and wristband (6"-7") circumferences. Instructions for custom sizing are also included.

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UPDATE SEPT 2014 The pattern can be purchased at my Ravelry Store:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sweetheart-bands

Easter Parade Socks

Hop into spring with a parade of easter colors for baby! Knit all 3 sizes of this darling baby sock with a skein each of PaletteTM fingering weight, Peruvian Heighland wool yarn in spring green, baby chick and lady slipper colors. The cuff and toes are yellow, the heel green, and the sock body features all three colors in a spring garden medley.
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Basic Fingerless Gloves

Traditionally, fingerless gloves were used by fishermen to provide dexterity for removing fish hooks, while providing warmth to the rest of the hand. Nowadays they are welcomed by keyboard users--allowing fingertip control, coupled with warmth. Just last weekend, I noticed that our favorite teller at the grocery store was wearing a beautiful pair of black and pink fingerless Valentine's day gloves. When I commented on them, she said that she needed them to keep her hands warm. Read more ... for fingerless glove knitting instructions.

New Monica Knits Baby Sock Pattern for Sale!

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