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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A very easy, new design. This fabulous knitting pattern is designed for the new to knitting. If you have just learnt ‘How to Knit’, or can only knit garter stitch, knit every row, this knitting pattern for an ‘On Trend’ shawl is a perfect first project for you!
This fabulous ‘On Trend’ knitting pattern for an Aran Cable Cowl will make a great disguise for all those major and minor ‘Celebrities’ amongst us wanting to avoid recognition on the ski slopes or when in more general ‘walk about’ mode round and about this winter. This versatile Cable Cowl can also be worn as ...
A few days after a fabulous crochet workshop, teaching a class of wonderful ladies ‘how to crochet’ a granny square, I got on a plane to Canada with a ball of yarn and a crochet hook. Here’s the result, a Canadian Crochet Blanket which travelled 3000 miles overland as work in progress, through Ontario from Toronto to London, Windsor, Point Pelee...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Basic two-colour Fair Isle requires no new techniques beyond basic stocking stitch. At each stitch, there are two available “active” colours of yarn; one is drawn through to make the stitch, and the other is simply held behind the piece, carried as a loose strand of yarn behind the just-made stitch.
A quick and very easy knitting pattern, perfect for the new to knitting (If you can cast on, knit, increase, decrease and cast off, you can knit this beautiful Baby/Toddler Cardigan). Using Garter Stitch (Knit every row) it creates a reversible knit and the pattern can be knit for either a girl or a boy.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
Inspired by Kelims and old woven textiles. Using geometric designs and rich sources of colour and pattern. Kelim designs are quite large and lend themselves to intarsia, but, I wanted to try and translate the designs into a simplified fair isle, stranded design.
Knitting: Toy Food, Pin Cushion
This is a knitting pattern I originally designed in 2010 and I’ve recently been asked if the pattern could be sold to raise funds for charity. We are now using the Apple knitting pattern as part of a Charity ‘Knitted Garden’ project and hope to knit an Apple Tree for display at Castaway Yarns, Haxby, near York by October! All proceeds of the sal...
The Entrelac Technique uses short rows, decreases and picked up stitches and the result is a patchwork knitted all in one. This fabulous Entrelac Cowl was originally designed for my Entrelac knitting workshop. Knit in Aran and using Garter Stitch it’s a perfect pattern to use as an introduction to the technique. Quick to knit using just under 20...
Originally designed for our intarsia knitting workshop. This little Lavender House Scented Sachet is such fun to knit and takes up so little yarn, it’s a perfect stash buster! The pattern is charted and written, the door of the house is knitted using the intarsia technique. The chart can also be used as an intarsia chart using the house as...
Designed this baby cardigan for my first grandchild. WIP!! We don’t yet know if it’s a boy or a girl and knitting decisions have been a small problem! So it had to be Buttons or Bows! The same pattern for both designs and the final decision to fasten with a button or a bow will be made on the day of delivery!!
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
These fabulous Shabby Chic Eggs are perfect for an Easter Egg Hunt or as a Pin Cushion. Knit in the round on 4 x 4mm (UK8-USA6) Double Pointed Knitting Needles. Using the tiniest amount of yarn for each egg. Approx 5 grams of yarn per colour (5 colours per egg) We used a Polystyrene egg, purchased from the local craft store to fill the interior,...
Knitting: Hair accessories, Headband, Headwrap, Earwarmers
A very easy pattern for an ‘On Trend’ Cable Head Band and Ear Warmer. Perfect for the Ski Slopes this winter. The hand knitting pattern is written for two knitting methods. Knit with 2 needles (knit flat) or Knit using a circular needle (knit in the round)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Basic two-colour Fair Isle requires no new techniques beyond the basic knit stitch. (The purl stitch is not used.) At each knit stitch, there are two available “active” colours of yarn; one is drawn through to make the knit stitch, and the other is simply held behind the piece, carried as a loose strand of yarn behind the just-made s...
This fabulous Gingham scented heart is the perfect gift for Mothers Day. The pattern is written and charted, making it quick and simple to knit. Each heart takes a tiny amount of yarn over 3 colours. We used Deep Pink, Pale Pink and White to create the Gingham. You can use any combination of tones to achieve the same effect!
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
This fabulous knitted Leopard Cushion Cover was specifically designed for a Knitterartti interior photo shoot. The pattern is in graph form with written and graph instructions for hand knitting. The original sample was knit on a Knitmaster 360 knitting machine, with the graph for the 24 stitch punch card included in the pattern instructions.
This fabulous Shabby Chic Fair Isle Rosebud Heart takes very little yarn.Perfect for using up some of the stash and very quick to knit.You will need approx 25 grams of the main yarn and a very small quantity of yarn for the rosebuds. You will also need a small quantity of polyester toy filling to stuff the interior of the heart. The pattern is w...
Knitting: Food Cozy, Animal Toy
This Easter Bunny egg cosy takes very little yarn and is really quick and easy to knit. Perfect, boiled eggs for breakfast on Easter Sunday. Knit one for every member of the family and serve up for breakfast before the traditional Easter Egg hunt.
This is a brand new pattern designed by Audrey Wilson, finished and edited today. Designed for the new baby in your life. The original sample has been knitted in Pale Blue and Cream D.K. yarn, but, you can change the design of the stripe to the colours of your own choice and create your own version. Perfect design for using your stash. Takes ver...
Knitting: Pixie Hat
This pattern is for two cute little cabled Baby Hats. To knit in Soft Baby Aran on US 8 - 5 mm Needles. Perfect for those Autumn months to come. Written for two sizes 0-3 Months and 3-6 Months. Both hats take very little yarn to knit. Perfect pattern for using up some of the stash. Quick to knit