So I just HAVE to tell you about the most amazing toast ever before we get to the Traveling Vine Ear-warmer Knit. I know in the following photos I’m wearing the crochet version of this ear-warmer, but I don’t want my knit friends to miss out on this awesome recipe.
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I first devoured this combination of yummy ingredients at Frutta Bowls in Winter Park, Florida. The make it just right, but if you can’t travel I still want you to enjoy this treat, keep reading for the recipe. And also, excuse me while I shove deliciousness in my face during this earwarmer photo-shoot; it’s all in the name of good food.
This is an easy way to please guests with such minimal effort. We did a toast bar for my sister’s bridal shower and this won over the avocado toast! So here are the simple steps to making this must-have toast.
What you need to create this:
Toaster, Bread, Spreadable Brie, Fig Jam or Preserves, Basil (fresh is best, but dry is good too).
Make Toast (easy, I know)
With a butter knife, spread the brie onto the toast.
Spread fig jam over brie.
Sprinkle with basil leaves.
Take a moment to look at the pretty piece of toast
Devour toast and enjoy!
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Traveling Vine Ear-warmer Knit Pattern
The vine ear warmer is a stunning twist of traveling cables. Just like the many species of newly discovered plants, we can discover new ways to transform our yarn. While I’m still working on my green thumb as an aspiring gardener, for now, I find the vines in knitting are longer lasting.
• Size US 10 (6.0 mm) needles
• Removable stitch markers if needed
• Blocking board with blocking pins
• Yarn needle
• Cable Needle
• Madelinetosh ASAP in Antler
Bulky Weight Yarn
Yarn substitutions (check gauge):
• Malabrigo Rasta
• Manos Del Uruguay Franca
• Cascade Boliviana Bulky
• Approx. 70 Yards [64 meters]
• 16 sts and 20 rows = 4” (10 cm)
In Single Crochet
• Width: Adult size, brim stretches to fit 19-23″ heads (48-58 cm)
Height: 4 inches (10 cm)
• k- knit
• ML- make one left
• MR- make one right
• p – purl
• p2tog – purl two together
• RS – right side
• sl st – slip stitch
• WS – wrong side
• Cable abbreviation & instructions
on next page.
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Traveling Vine Knit Cable Stitch:
Cable Vine Ear-warmer Knit Finishing:
About the Traveling Vine Ear-warmer Knit Pattern:
The ear-warmer pattern is worked lengthwise and then seamed together. Therefore I found just under 4 repeats to do the trick, but each head size is different, so be sure to check head measurement and adjust accordingly. Since this is cinched together at the seam, it’s not critical to do all the repeats.
There are some combinations of increasing and decreasing stitches used in this pattern to achieve the infinity cable look. Also, here is a video to assist with the following stitches:
• M1R: Make one right, with LH needle, pick up cross-strand between 2 sts from back to front, knit lifted strand. One stitch increased leaning to the right.
• M1L: Make one left, with LH needle, pick up cross-strand between 2 sts from front to back, knit lifted strand through back loop. One stitch increased leaning to the left.
• Center double increase (increase 1 to 3): k1 through the back and front loop then slip the stitches off LH needle and onto RH needle, insert LH needle behind vertical strand between the 2 sts just made and knit through the front. Two stitches increased.
• 5-to-1 st decrease: This will be done on a wrong side row, the working yarn will not be needed and can be dropped while completing this decrease.
Slip the next 3 stitches to right needle, *pass 2nd st on right needle over 1st (which is the center st), slip center stitch back to left needle; pass 2nd st on left needle over the center stitch*; repeat from * to * once more. Leave the center stitch on the left needle, pick up yarn and purl center stitch. Four stitches decreased.
2/2 LCP– Two Over Two Left Cross Purl:
Slip two stitches to cable needle at front, p2, k2 from cable needle.
2/2 RCP– Two Over Two Right Cross:
Slip two stitches to cable needle at back, k1, p1 from cable needle.
2/1 LCP – Two Over One Left Cross:
Slip two to cable needle at front, p1, k2 from cable needle.
2/1 RCP– Two Over One Right Cross:
Slip one stitch to cable needle at back, k2, p1 from cable needle.
2/1/2 LC– Two Over One Over Two Left Cross Purl:
Slip three stitches to cable needle at front, k2, slip left stitch from calbe needle to left-hand needle and p1, k2 from cable needle.
Traveling Vine Knit Ear-warmer Written Pattern:
|Cast On||Long Tail Cast 16||16|
|1 (RS)||p5, 2/2 LCP, p7||16|
|2 (WS)||k7, p2, k7||16|
|3||p4, m1r, Center Double Increase, m1l, p2, 2/2 LCP, p5||20|
|4||k5, p2, k4, p2, k1, p2, k4||20|
|5||p2, 2/2 RCP, p1, 2/2 LCP, p2, 2/2 LCP, p3||20|
|6||k3, p2, k4, p2, k5, p2, k2||20|
|7||p2, k2, p5, k2, p4, 2/1 LCP, p2||20|
|8||k2, (p2, k5) two times, p2, k2||20|
|9||p2, 2/2 LCP, p1, 2/2 RCP, p5, k2, p2||20|
|10||k2, p2, k7, p2, k1, p2, k4||20|
|11||p4, 2/1/2 LC, p7, k2, p2||20|
|12||k2, p2, k7, p2, k1, p2, k4||20|
|13||p2, 2/2 RCP, p1, 2/2 LCP, p5, k2, p2||20|
|14||k2, (p2, k5) two times, p2, k2||20|
|15||p2, k2, p5, 2/2 LCP, p1, 2/2 RCP, p2||20|
|16||k4, p5, k7, p2, k2||20|
|17||p2, k2, p7, 2/1/2 LC, p4||20|
|18||k4, p2, k1, p2, k7, p2, k2||20|
|19||p2, k2, p5, 2/2 RCP, p1, 2/2 LCP, p2||20|
|20||k2, (p2, k5) two times, p2, k2||20|
|21||p2, 2/1 LCP, p4, k2, p5, k2, p2||20|
|22||k2, p2, k5, p2, k4, p2, k3||20|
|23||p3, 2/2 LCP, p2, 2/2 LCP, p1, 2/2 RCP, p2||20|
|24||k4, 5-to-1 decrease, k4, p2, k5|
Repeat rows 1-24 three more times or until desired head circumference.
To end, fasten off and weave in all loose ends.
Follow along with this video for gathering the sides together: https://youtu.be/jopa9dRHmHo
Aggressively block earwarmer by using blocking boards and pins.
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