Cambria Washington: Knitware & Patterns

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

This e-book comprises the Fibonacci-Stripe Accessory collection, which includes the slouchy tam, a set of convertible mittens with an optional texter-thumb (pattern includes options for traditional mittens as well), and a close-fitting neck-warmer with button closure or a long cowl that can be worn open or doubled. Each pattern includes instruction for both the two-color Fibonacci-Stripe pattern, or the one-color Texture-Stripe variation.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Knee-highs, Mid-calf Socks
My 2016 entry for the Super Sock Scarefest is based on one of the WORST horror movies I’ve ever had the misfortune to watch…Leprechaun in the Hood! The sock features a shamrock motif on the sole (representing the Leprechaun), and a paisley motif similar to that found on a bandana (representing the hood). There are two sizes and the pattern prov...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The second of my contributions for the 2015 round of Super Sock Scarefest. This beauty is based on one of the best of the worst vampire movies ever made…Blacula! The design embodies colors we usually associate with vampires, as well as splashes of colors associated with Nigeria (where Blacula is from). The pattern itself is inspired by one foun...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
My latest contribution for the SuperSock Scarefest, and the first up in the 2015 round. I give to you…The Babadook. A sleeper hit in the horror genre, this slowly builds up the tension as it goes. If you’re knitting the sock while watching, pay close attention to your knitting tension as you go!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Certain Death was designed for the 2014 round of the Super Sock Scarefest.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I designed and knit this hat especially for one of my favorite Missionaries, Elder Motes. It’s unseasonably cold this year and the Providence missionaries are outside in the wind and snow wearing flimsy store-bought acrylic hats. Not anymore.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
When the weather turns cooler, I like to pull out my 3/4 sleeve garments but I still need a little something to keep the chill off. The Gingerbread Arm-Warmers are the perfect companion to your fall, winter, and spring wardrobe, and are a great stash-busting project.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Expressions hats came out of my love for the Incognito Cowl by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark. I knit two for my boys and thought “it would be amazing if they had matching hats with eyebrows”. The idea sat around for years until I finally decided to reach out to Mercedes about my idea and ask her for her blessing (which she graciously provided). And...
Knitting: Pullover
Apogee means the farthest or highest point. I’m usually the highest point in a room, lol, and I know that most of the tall knitters I’ve designed this for are as well. (Standard sizes are also included).
Knitting: Knee-highs
Elizabeta was inspired by the 1992 movie Bram Stoker’s Dracula. She was the wife of Vlad who was tricked into believing that he was killed in battle, which lead to her to take her own life. After learning of her heath, Vlad was told that she would burn in hell for taking her life. Enraged, Vlad rejected the church and became Dracula, taking his...
Knitting: Vest
Jardin de Vignes (garden of vines) is a pretty and simple pullover vest with waist shaping, perfect for crisp fall days or wearing to the office (when they haven’t gotten around to turning off the air conditioning). I wanted to create a piece that combined the rustic nature of Cascade Yarns Eco Wool and Eco Plus with delicate lace stitches and ...
Knitting: Cardigan
Apogee means the farthest or highest point. I’m usually the highest point in a room, lol, and I know that most of the tall knitters I’ve designed this for are as well. (Standard sizes are also included).
Knitting: Mittens, Convertible Gloves
These convertible mittens are the most practical, warm, soft, and all-around best mittens I’ve ever designed or worn. They provide quick access to your fingers when you need them, and the ability to quickly tuck them away when you don’t.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This is the 6th pattern (and my 2nd contribution) for the 2011 round of Super Sock Scarefest. I was inspired by the classic Night of the Living Dead, and decided to knit a sock that looks like something the fashionable zombie-chick would wear.
Knitting: Socks - Other
The is the second pattern release for the 2011 edition of Super Sock Scarefest.
Knitting: Necktie
Shelby is a hand-knit tie that blends the best features of a traditional adult tie with those of a child’s tie. I replaced the clip-on feature with a button collar to more closely resemble the look of an adult tie. It features two slip-stitch faux-seams that create a natural “fold”, allowing the tie to lie flat once it is seamed closed, and it ...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This hat was inspired by the hat that Emily Deschanel wore in the Bones episode, The Blackout in the Blizzard. It is a slouchy tam with a pom pom, and fully finished crown decreases (to allow knitters to omit the pom pom if it’s not their thing).
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Rhodes is a stranded sock pattern written for the two-circular method, and includes charts and written instructions. It fits an 8” foot circumference but can easily be sized up an inch at a time by adding another pattern repeat. The sole is knit through the back loops to provide additional cushion and durability, and the toe is worked in a slip...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Socks inspired by our favorite FBI agent :) The pattern provides two different charts to fit a men’s or women’s foot circumference.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
For this hat, I wanted to knit something that would be pretty and warm, and would also be capable of fitting all of my hair into it when the weather takes a turn for the worst without wrecking my hair for the rest of the day. Any of you girls out there with curly hair know what I’m talking about, and this hat is for you! (I’m happy to say that ...
Knitting: Cowl
This is the updated version of my original Fibonacci Cowl pattern, which pulled over the head and fit close to the neck. As anyone with long, thick or curly hair knows…pulling anything over the head causes hair to become wild and out of control. My solution…knit a neck-warmer that buttons up the side, and/or a cowl that can be worn loose or wor...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This pattern was originally designed for the Super Sock Scarefest group, and is now available to the general public. It was inspired by the 1972 classic movie Night of the Lepus, staring DeForest Kelly. The movie is supposed to be about giant blood-thirsty killer rabbits, but the effects are so bad that you just know these bunnies are of the cu...
Knitting: Chart
This is a set of charts and a basic recipe based off of the