Create Your Own Spooky Knit Ski Maskcomments (3) October 29th, 2010
In the article "Snow Fooling" from a 1992 issue of Threads magazine, author Meg Swanson shares a pattern to create knit details like eyebrows, noses, and even an earring for a knit snowmobile helmet. The techniques demonstrated in this article could be used for anything, but these strange and spooky ski masks have become a Halloween tradition here at CraftStylish. Even the author had to admit "if you have no skiing or snowmobiling recipients, there is always Halloween to lurk for." This year, we are offering this article as a free download for those of you who are feeling brave enough to try this project for yourselves. Make sure you share your masks with us in the gallery. We would love to see what you can come up with.
Snow Fooling by Meg Swanson
Threads magazine, issue #39, p.78