It whistled across the floor taking out every last degree of temperature the coin meter had just put in. I would sit down in the evening with my knitting and feel first cold, then colder, then frozen.
I have been wanting to make a new version of that one for some time, and when I felt the first cool draughts of winter creeping under the door in Massachusetts, I decided that the time had come. So here is the next suggestion for my "Winter Knits" blogpost series: make your very own draught excluder.
The Rothay Draught Excluder shown here is quick and easy to knit, so you might be only a short time away away from making your world feel warmer!
For see more details about the Rothay Draught Excluder pattern, please click here, and for more details about our Reversible Knitting Stitches book, please click here.
I'll be back next time with some more ideas in the Winter Knits series, and will be turning my attention towards Christmas knitting! Yes – Christmas is less than a month away and posting deadlines are coming up fast...
Until then – Happy Knitting!
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Winter Knits Introduction: What time is it?
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