Amy Klimt

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A companion piece to my Vertebral Socks, in a new colorway inspired by House Bolton from A Song of Ice and Fire.
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knitting: Accessories - Other
As seen in January 2011’s Phat Fiber Sampler Box. Kit including fiber, hardware, and pattern available from the Out of Step Dyeworks Etsy shop. Pattern is available to purchase by itself as a Ravelry download.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Designer’s Description: I designed this hat to match my Eureka Valley Mitts worked in the worsted weight version of
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Originally designed for the May Phat Fiber sampler box, “Blossoms & Bark.”
Knitting: Scarf
Designer’s description: This scarf is a perfect introduction to lace knitting. Believe it or not, there are only 3 different rows in this zig-zag stitch pattern! The use of sock yarn also helps to make lace less intimidating. Instructions are given for a scarf with or without beads. Beaded version takes 255 beads.
Knitting: Cowl
Lima is an exquisitely soft alpaca blend. Its i-cord-like construction looks surprisingly wonderful in cables. This cowl is buttery soft, warm despite its eyelet stitch pattern, and has terrific drape.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Also appeared on the Phat Fiber secret site in August 2010.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Designer’s description: I knew I had to design something for this new yarn the day it showed up in my LYS last summer. It combines the self-striping colorways knitters love with a soft, almost mohair-like, Merino/nylon blend. These mitts knit up quickly, making them a great gift. In this colorway, they can brighten up your winters or take the c...
Knitting: Cowl
Designer’s description: This entrelac cowl is neatly finished with attached i-cord. Trendsetter Tonalita is a wool blend singles yarn with medium-length color runs perfect for entrelac on a small scale. This cowl is beautiful and designed to be practical as well. The i-cord edging will hold the cowl in place to cover your mouth, ears, and nose ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks remind me of old damask wallpaper patterns, with their ornate curves in half-drop orientation. Deeply textured cables stand out in even dark yarns. The pattern flows harmoniously over cuff, heel, gusset, and toes. Wear with clogs to show off the patterned heel flap.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A fancy name for a hat that’s quick, easy, and makes a great gift for anyone. The 6-fold symmetry of the decreases on top of this stretchy ribbed hat form a snowflake when worked in the ice-blue stripes of this shade of Silk Garden Lite (#2043).
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Undulating cables sprout from the ribbing and disappear harmoniously into the crown shaping of this unisex design. Merino yarn makes this the ultimate warm and comfortable winter hat! It’s a great option for a cabled hat for men. Stitch patterns are given in charts and as written directions. Thanks to Abigail van Roode for technical editing.
Knitting: Headband
This headband features an undulating lace pattern which highlights the vibrant colors of Curious Creek Serengeti. This machine-washable merino yarn is great for gifts. You can make 2 headbands from 1 skein.
Knitting: Cowl
This neck snuggler features an undulating lace pattern which highlights the vibrant colors of Curious Creek Serengeti. Unlike a scarf, it stays in place and out of your way! It’s great for active people in mild Bay Area weather. Best of all, it uses only 1 skein of this washable merino yarn.
Knitting: Scarf
Knit on the bias with an eyelet border, this mid-length scarf can be worn in multiple stylish ways. I was looking for something classy but a little rustic & funky for a small skein of handspun yarn. I was well into knitting this scarf when, thanks to Cecil B. Demented, I realized how the eyelet border reminded me of perforations on movie fi...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Send your favorite rude boy off to work in these subtly checkered socks knit from the top down with an eye of partridge heel flap.