Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Shrug / Bolero
This shrug is worked from lengthwise and the ribbing is worked as you go. The shrug can be worked in any aran weight yarn, and would look great in something like a Malabrigo Chunky. It’s easy to adjust the sleeve length and the arm circumference for a perfect fit. Longer versions double as a cute scarf!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
50% of proceeds from this pattern will be donated to Doctors without Borders through the end of February 2010.
Crochet: Shrug / Bolero
50% of the purchase price for this pattern will be donated to Doctors without Borders between now and Feb. 1 2010
Knitting: Earwarmers
Originally published in MenKnit magazine. Would also be great in Knit-One Crochet-Too’s Wick (polypro and soy) yarn.
Crochet: Scarf
This is a set of scarves--a short cravat and a corkscrew lariat that can be worn separately or together. Quick and fun to crochet.
Crochet: Cowl
50% of the purchase price for this pattern will be donated to Doctors without Borders between now and Feb. 1 2010
Knitting: Slippers
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Crochet: Pullover
The stitch used in this piece is based on a victorian pattern called “Crazy Stitch” because of its tendency to lean one direction in one row and the opposite direction in the next. This same leaning quality gives this silky fabric exceptional drape and a flattering fit.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
“Worked in raglan-style, this lacy hemp mini-shawl hugs the shoulders. The smooth hemp fibers drape beautifully and have a natural luster.”
Crochet: Cardigan
This beautiful bolero jacket features an open double crochet mesh pattern worked sideways (in one piece!) to maximize drape and fit. The result is a stunning piece that is as versitile to wear as it is simple to make.
Knitting: Purse, Messenger Bag
“When I’m purse-watching (something I do often, because I’m a bit bag-obsessed), I seem to be attracted to purses that open in the front rather than the top because of the way they fall nicely on the body, so I designed this bag to do the same. The Half Linen Stitch makes a nice solid fabric that doesn’t require a lining.”
Crochet: Ankle Sock
50% of the purchase price for this pattern will be donated to Doctors without Borders between now and Feb. 1 2010
Crochet: Earrings
These crocheted earrings are set off by tiny crystal beads and sterling silver fish hook findings. The crocheted motifs are only 2 and three rounds each so they go fast and are fun to give and wear.
Crochet: Purse
This mini-messenger bag was designed originally as a felted pattern, but some love the look of the pre-felted bag too. You can choose to felt it, or not!
Crochet: Pullover
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Crochet: Market bag (slouchy)
Using the bright and fun Caron’s Simply Soft yarn, crochet this adorable pumpkin bag complete with vines and leaves. This project is suitable for the advanced beginner.
Crochet: Pullover
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Crochet: Shrug / Bolero
Available in sizes 4-12 with custom sizing guide in the pattern. This is the child’s version of my Alpaca Silk Shrug.
Crochet: Coffee / Tea Pot
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Crochet: Scarf
This scarf celebrates both Valentine’s day and my love of vampire fiction--especially Charlaine Harris’ novels, The Sookie
Crochet: Cardigan
A Round-Yoke, Cropped Cardigan to Crochet. This easy-to-stitch-vest has great stitch definition and a comfortable fit that’s great for layering. The lacy stitch pattern has lots of stretch. The pattern is written with a custom-sizing calculator so every garment has a perfect fit.
Crochet: Vest
This wool vest is created with a simple offset shell pattern that offers great texture and stretch. The vest features easy armhole and neck shaping and a crocheted ribbed hem. A great project for beginner and more experienced crocheters.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
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Knitting: Headband
I designed this headband for a class here in Cordova this winter. It knits up quickly, and is a great introduction to cables. One of my friends, Seawan, made a whole slew of them for christmas gifts. You can get 2 headbands out of the Jo Sharp Silk Road Aran. In sample pictured (which my friend Becca knit), we used Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece Sere...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
50% of the purchase price for this pattern will be donated to Doctors without Borders between now and Feb. 1 2010