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eBook : 6 patterns

A collection of six original patterns for knitted accessories from the designer of Fetching fingerless gloves: a stunning, super-chunky cowl, a set of basketweave scarves, a super-quick cute pointy hat, striped mittens with extra-long cuffs, a one-of-a-kind welted neckwarmer, and elegant baby-cabled fingerless gloves.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
Sweet Jane is a simple pullover with a ton of style. It gets its modern styling from colour blocking, side slits and a step hem. Wear it with your favourite t-shirt and jeans for a casual weekend look or dress it up for work over an oxford and pencil skirt. Made from a warm, heathery wool/hemp blend that is lovely to knit, this sweater is a quic...
Knitting: Cardigan
Italian translation by mariarosa72 now available as a free download in my Ravelry Store.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless gloves are very useful accessories. They keep your hands warm while you work in a chilly office, browse at a used book store or play the saxophone in the park. They are fun to knit because they don’t involve a big commitment of time or yarn, and one size fits most so you can make them for yourself or give them away as gifts and feel c...
Knitting: Mittens
These striped mittens will brighten even the dreariest winter day. Extra long cuffs will keep your wrists toasty warm even when your sleeves ride up or gusts of wind work their way into your coat. The techno yarn is lightweight but warm and extra-soft. It’s lovely to work with and promises not to pill. Three skeins will easily make a pair of mit...
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl looks like complicated cables or entrelac, but it’s actually a very simple project. The single-ply
Knitting: Cowl
This project is all about letting go and experimenting with textures. Each neckwarmer will be a one-of-a-kind creation! The neckwarmer is worked from the top down, with free-form welts that scrunch up plain stockinette stitch and give it depth and movement. The irregular thickness of the yarn adds to the organic look. Layer it under a jacket for...
Knitting: Pixie Hat
This is a fun little hat with a cute pointy top that spirals up into a very short i-cord. It’s made from techno yarn that will keep you warm without weighing you down. Wear it with the brim turned up, or pulled down to keep your ears warm. This is a very quick, uncomplicated project to make. It would be easy to embellish with buttons or felted f...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Bellota means “acorn” in Spanish, and this chic yet simple slouchy beret looks a little like a stylish acorn top. Worked from the top down with yarn-over increases that spiral out from a cute i-cord “stem,” you can knit it up quickly when the weather turns chilly, and it won’t flatten your hair when you wear it.
Knitting: Knee-highs
These are socks that really want to be leg warmers. You can pull them up to your knees, but eventually they’ll slink back down your calves, looking all cool and slouchy. They’re knit from the toe up in straightforward stockinette, with the heels worked in at the end. The self-striping Noro yarn will give you socks that don’t quite match but stil...
Knitting: Cardigan
This is a simple little baby jacket that is perfect for keeping warm on those trips out in the stroller. It’s made in one piece from the top down and knits up quickly in chunky yarn.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Here is a simple yet interesting-looking reusable sleeve for hot take-out drinks that you can make for yourself or someone you like. The wool insulates your drink and keeps your had from burning while the bobbles make it easy to hold on to. Knit in the round, this project takes a little bit of yarn and a few hours. You can make a bunch of sleeve...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
You know that bittersweet feeling at the end of August, when you’re kind of sad that summer is almost over, but you’re also excited that it’s almost time to start wearing warm sweaters again? And at the beginning of September you bring out your fall sweaters and wear them proudly, unwilling to admit to yourself that it’s ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A perfect gift for a baby, this hat is quick to knit, uses only one ball of machine-washable yarn, and has minimal finishing. It also looks really cute on. Instructions for two different types of brim are included.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
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Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is available for free. A typeset version is available for sale as a PDF for teachers who wish to provide printed copies of the pattern to their students. Teachers can also direct their students to Knitty.com to print the pattern for free.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is available for free. A typeset version is available for sale as a PDF for teachers who wish to provide printed copies of the pattern to their students. Teachers can also direct their students to Knitty.com to print the pattern for free.