Audrey Knight

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

A variety of knit/purl stitch patterns make each project entertaining to knit.

eBook : 31 patterns

With more than 30 patterns, and a wealth of ideas for you to incorporate into your own knitting, Reversible Scarves: Curing the Wrong Side Blues by Audrey Knight of AudKnits is a treasure trove of knitterly goodness. Available in print, pdf and device-specific editions.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
Using worsted weight yarn, the cowl makes for a very quick knit – just right for gift-giving. The loop does double-duty as a scarf or, wrapped twice, a warm and cozy cowl.
Knitting: Scarf
It’s winter, and there’s nothing I like better than a warm, snuggly scarf. Double knitting makes for a doubly-cozy thickness with the added bonus of the scarf being reversible.
Knitting: Bedding
Here are some very simple ideas for making blankets for cats in animal shelters. I’ve put together yarn suggestions and stitch pattern recommendations to match the weight of the yarn (either bulky or super bulky). The blankets are dense to offer the cats plenty of cushioning for warmth and softness against hard cage floors.
Knitting: Scarf, Headband
Super bulky yarn makes for warm and cozy accessories. The headband and reversible scarf are quick to knit – just right for gift giving during the busy holiday season. Post-holiday, they’re the simple kinds of projects that we all love to make as we crave relaxation, simplicity and maybe some social knitting with friends.
Knitting: Vest
The V-neck flows beautifully from the center eyelet rib. Special touches include instructions for decreasing stiches within the ribbed trim.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Sizes S, M, L
Knitting: Mittens
The variety of stitch patterns in these mittens make them an entertaining project.
Knitting: Scarf
A variety of simple knit/purl stitch patterns make this an entertaining scarf to knit.
Knitting: Throw
Snuggling up in a hand-knit throw is one of the best things about winter. How do you like to use a throw? Maybe to wrap around your shoulders as you fumble for that first cup of coffee in the morning? Maybe as a lap robe while watching TV or posting something funny online? Me, I love books and use my Page Turner Throw to complete my favorite ne...
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern looks complex, but in reality is very easy. With only two written rows making up the six-row pattern repeat, it’s simple to memorize and fun to work. Using a ribbed reverse cable technique made popular by Lily Chin and others, ribs are formed on both sides of the scarf simultaneously as you go along.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I’m intrigued by the variety of stitch patterns used in traditional twisted stitch designs. With Emmalina, I transformed tradition into contemporary. Featuring twisted stitches and winding cables, this pattern provides plenty of variety to keep the knitting interesting. Knitters will appreciate little details like cables that grow out of the ri...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Women’s’ sizes: S (shoe size US 5‐6), M (shoe size US 7‐8)
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A fun and fast project. Uses a printed (jacquard) sock yarn for the main part of the gloves, plus a solid sock yarn for cuffs, thumb, and fingers.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
In small, medium, and large sizes, this hat will be a favorite for everyone in your family. It’s quick to knit and the braided cable band keeps it interesting. The huge variety of colors available in worsted weight yarn makes this a good go-to pattern for gifts or to accessorize any outfit you might have in mind. Instructions are included for b...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mitts draw their inspiration from the colors surrounding Santa Fe. I originally designed them for my husband to wear when photographing in cool mornings. They provide a layer of warmth while also allowing for dexterity. Ribbing at the mitt’s top, tapered inward from the mitt’s hand, ensures the mitt stays snug at the base of th...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This cuffed sock features hidden ribbing to hold the sock up. It is worked from top down, with the cuff worked flat and the rest worked in the round.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The sock is worked cuff to toe, with a slipped-stitch heel flap. As with many fair isle socks, the leg will be snug.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Pattern covers women’s sizes small, medium and large.
Knitting: Scarf
This is a quick-to-knit scarf. It is easy enough for a beginning knitter, yet the color changes will keep the more experienced knitter entertained as well.