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Knitting: Pullover
I designed and knit this sweater for my personal use, and many knitters have asked for the pattern, so here it is! I love this cozy and light-weight sweater, which can be casual over jeans, or work-appropriate with leggings.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This slouchy hat is a variation of the Rose City Hat in “Annetarsia Knits: a New link to Intarsia”. “:Stumptown” is another nickname for Portland, Oregon, my hometown. I was inspired to try new yarn and new stitch patterns for this comfy, casual hat. This project is a great use for my intarsia in-the-round technique. Ever...
Knitting: Cardigan
Summertime — and the knitting is easy! Sassy is a cozy cardigan with minimal shaping and an opportunity to explore color with basic intarsia technique. The Knitting Boutique yarn, Sassafrass, is warm and the colors are cool, giving the garment a universal appeal for all seasons and styles. Give your all-purpose cardigan some pizazz with color bl...
Knitting: Scarf
This is a scarf that I made from stitch patterns learned in the Simply Stunning Colorwork class, using multiple colors. You will see this used as an example in the class.
Knitting: Vest
Tri-color Linen stitch is one of the stitch patterns featured in my Craftsy class, “Simply Stunning Colorwork”. I was having so much fun with it, in class, that after finishing the class I decided to knit a garment with some of the leftover yarn. The result is this vest, an easy project that showcases Tri-color linen stitch beautifully.
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
This pattern is a fund-raiser for Doctors without Borders.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Jamie Fraser, in the Outlander series, knit socks. It’s a safe bet that lots of sock knitting was happening in 18th century Scotland. When I saw the Outlander yarn from Bijou Basin Ranch, I knew that this yarn needed to be made into Argyle socks.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
These adorable spheres make great tree ornaments and add elegance to gift wrapping. They’re quick to make with those bits of sock yarn waiting in your stash.