eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

This eBook collection contains patterns for three lace designs by Bonnie Sennott: Restless, Anita Caroline, and Stony Brook.

eBook : 2 patterns

Includes two patterns by Bonnie Sennott: Fiery Searcher Hat and Fiery Searcher Fingerless Mitts.

eBook : 2 patterns

Rockywold (a pair of fingerless mitts) and Deephaven (a matching cabled cowl) are named after the Rockywold-Deephaven Camps on Squam Lake in Holderness, New Hampshire, where knitters and other crafters gather for the Squam Art Workshops in spring and fall.

eBook : 2 patterns

The Peppernut Set includes two patterns: my Peppernut Shawl and Peppernut Mitts. Knit in fingering or light fingering weight yarn, they’re named after the spicy Christmas cookie called Peppernut or Pfeffernuesse.

eBook : 2 patterns

This ebook provides instructions for two matching patterns: Shallows Cowl/Scarf and Shallows Mitts.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Holiday sale! This pattern is offered at the discounted price of $4.00 through January 1, 2015. No coupon code necessary. (After January 1, the price will be $5.50.)
Knitting: Cowl
A cozy winter cowl, Eastward can be worn as a single long loop or doubled around the neck for extra warmth. It pairs a sculptural cable running the length of the cowl with columns of slipped stitches and a textured rib stitch.
Knitting: Pullover
Use the coupon code MEADOW to get $1.00 off this pattern, through October 22 (EST).
Knitting: Scarf
A scarf for all seasons, Skipperling combines lace and twisted stitches in an elegant, feminine design that works equally well with jeans and a jacket or a little black dress. It’s knit in fingering weight yarn in one piece, from end to end—no grafting required. Blog post here.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Couplet is a top down, “his and hers” sock pattern, with instructions for two sizes and two options: one with lace at the calf and one without lace. The sample shown in the gold color is the “with lace” option in the smaller size. The final photo, of a sock in progress in brown yarn, shows the “without lace” o...
Knitting: Cowl
Warble is also included in Quince & Co.’s Scarves, Etc. 2014, available here
Knitting: Cowl
Bluet is a lacy, seamless cowl knit in the round on a circular needle using sport weight or DK weight yarn.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit in the round with fingering weight yarn, the Knoppen Hat is named after the Dutch word meaning “buds.”
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit in the round with two colors of DK weight yarn, the Rowhouse Hat offers an easy introduction to stranded color knitting. The color motif is worked on a 16-inch circular needle, so there’s no fiddling with dpns while you’re knitting with the two colors. It’s also a great stashbusting project and, with instructions for four sizes, you can mak...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Peppernut Mitts are textured lace fingerless mitts that are worked flat, then seamed—no dpns required. Knit in fingering or light fingering weight yarn, they’re named after the spicy Christmas cookie called Peppernut or Pfeffernuesse.
Knitting: Vest
Wichita is a double-breasted cabled vest knit in DK weight yarn. It’s meant to be worn with 1-3 inches positive ease and have a comfortable, swingy fit at the hips.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Peppernut is a triangular lace shawl, worked top-down, in fingering or light fingering weight yarn. It pairs an attractive knit-purl stitch with an ample lace border featuring the beautiful Estonian-style bobbles called nupps. It’s named after the spicy Christmas cookie called Peppernut or Pfeffernuesse.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Wonderberry is a triangular lace shawl worked top-down, ending with a beaded, scalloped edging. The pattern gives instructions for three sizes: small (medium, large). The “wingspan” (width of top edge, after blocking) for each size is 45 (54, 63) inches/114 (137, 160) cm.
Knitting: Cardigan
This swingy, open-front cardigan pairs the simplicity of stockinette and garter stitch with a touch of graceful lace. It’s worked flat in one piece from the top and the raglan sleeves are worked top-down in the round. It can be worn open or fastened with a shawl pin or clasp. Or, sew on a few buttons and use the yarn overs as buttonholes.
Knitting: Cowl
Birchleaf is a texture-and-lace infinity cowl. It’s knit flat from a provisional cast-on; after blocking, the two ends are joined with a three-needle bind-off.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Stria is a lacy, two-color, asymmetrical rectangular scarf knit in fingering weight wool. The pattern gives instructions for making either a scarf (shown in the photos) or a wider and longer shawl.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts match my Shallows Cowl/Scarf. The pattern is also available as part of a set that includes both the Shallows Cowl and Mitts.
Knitting: Cowl
Biscuit is an infinity cowl that’s worked in the round on a long circular needle. It requires no seaming or grafting.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Fiery Searcher Hat and Fingerless Mitts are available individually and as a set.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
The Fiery Searcher Hat and Fingerless Mitts are available individually and as a set.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The triangular shape of this reversible scarf/shawlette results from evenly spaced increases and decreases that are worked in the garter stitch portion of the scarf.
Knitting: Cardigan
Goodnough (pronounced “good-no”) is an open front cardigan with 3/4-length sleeves, mirrored cable front bands, and A-line shaping. It is worked bottom up in one piece to the armholes, then divided for back and fronts. Some seaming is required: the shoulders are seamed, and the front bands are seamed at the back neck. The sleeves are...
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Shallows can be knit either as a scarf or a cowl. Both versions are worked flat from one end to the other; the cowl is grafted.
Knitting: Cowl
This cabled cowl knit in worsted weight wool can be worn in a single loop or doubled up for extra warmth. It is worked flat and seamed after blocking.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A textured stitch pattern takes center stage in these unisex fingerless mitts, which are worked in the round using dpns or a long circular/Magic Loop.
Knitting: Pullover
Knit in sportweight wool, Pomegranate features a wide lace panel on front and back and a crisp twisted ribbing on the sleeves and neckband. It is designed to be worn with 2-3 inches of positive ease.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mitts are knit in the round from the bottom up. The pattern is written for one size. The mitts are quite stretchy and will comfortably fit hand circumferences of 6 to 7.5 inches. For a smaller or larger mitt, try going up or down a needle size, or use light fingering weight yarn or sportweight.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This classic, flattering tank features a crisp knit-purl stitch pattern set against a stockinette ground. It’s designed to be worn with 1-2 inches of positive ease at the bust.
Knitting: Scarf
This lace scarf can be knit in either light fingering weight or heavy laceweight yarn. Its two edgings feature a distinctive diamond motif enlivened by beads, while its central panel is made up of columns of yarn overs.
Knitting: Scarf
This highly textured scarf is knit lengthwise on a 32-inch circular needle.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Stony Brook is a rectangular stole featuring two complementary lace patterns. Knit with sport or DK weight cotton or cotton blends, it’s worked from one end to the other and can be made in one of three sizes: scarf, narrow stole, or wide stole.
Knitting: Scarf
Anita Caroline is a light, feminine lace scarf. Knit in fingering weight yarn, it is worked straight from one end to the other. Because there’s no provisional cast on or grafting involved, it makes a very good first lace project. The scarf is named after my mother and features a stitch pattern of my own design.
Knitting: Cowl
Buttermilk Sky is a textured cowl knit in the round. Its slipped-stitch pattern is reminiscent of a buttermilk sky—a sky covered by a blanket of puffy altocumulous clouds.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
I haven’t listed the yardage needed, because it’s really very small. These are a great way to use up odds and ends and make a very quick and easy gift.
Knitting: Headband
An easy, fast lace headband knit flat end to end, then blocked and seamed.
Knitting: Bookmark
Materials: two colors of fingering weight yarn and 2 seed beads. Techniques: knitting in the round using small dpns; I-cord (pattern includes instructions for I-cord).
Knitting: Scarf
Honeybunch features alternating lace and garter stitch bands and is knit with two needle sizes; the resulting variations in tension create gently undulating edges. It takes 400 yards of laceweight or light fingering weight yarn. It is easy enough to be a first lace project but will hold the interest of experienced lace knitters as well.
Knitting: Purse
Zinnia is an easy-to-knit, roomy shoulder bag that would be a good first felting project for a knitter who wants to try felting. Finished dimensions are about 12 inches wide by 2 inches deep by 9 inches high; the shoulder strap is about 38 inches long.
Knitting: Bookmark
This pattern for a small leaf uses a few yards of fingering weight yarn or a double strand of laceweight.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf showcases a wavy lace pattern framed by a crisp garter stitch edge on all sides.