Christy Becker

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
An easy pattern of stripes and slip stitches create a very wearable cowl. Choose a skein of fingering weight yarn and 4 mini skeins (or more if you want a wider cowl or if you have smaller amounts of your contrast colors). You might find just what you need diving in your stash. Or you might just choose a second skein and use just one contrasting...
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is quite a hike, but a beautiful and fun one. You can choose all garter stitch or opt for more variety and a little challenge. The size is flexible, letting you knit just the kind of scarf you will love.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern includes all 4 versions.
Knitting: Cowl
This simple pattern highlights a beautiful tonal yarn and is fun and easy to wear. It lays happily around one’s neck and can be doubled up for warmth and coziness. My husband even enjoys it doubled.
Knitting: Cowl
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Knitting: Cowl
This is the younger sister of the original Downtown Cowl. They are clearly related, but uniquely different. Although they have a lot of row patterns in common, they are unique in size, shape and personality.
Knitting: Cowl
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Knitting: Cowl
The easiest cowl to wear and a fun one to knit! It all started when I combined one of my favorite yarns (String Theory Caper Sock) with one of my favorite places to knit with friends (My local yarn shop, String Theory Yarn Company in Glen Ellyn, Illinois)! Somehow having different pattern sections makes the knitting go quite quickly!
Knitting: Cowl
A great cowl for a skein of luscious sock yarn, it has just enough lace to make it fun to knit and give it a great drape and a fun style. A fun and easy knit that is fun and easy to wear!
Knitting: Cowl
The name came from three colors and three sections in the cowl, three versions included in the pattern, and three special friends who helped bring this pattern into being. But, now the pattern also includes a pattern for knitting a 5 color version.
Knitting: Cowl
I love this cowl--the drape, the weight, the feel! It is perfect for summer!
Knitting: Cowl
I wanted to play with fibonacci numbers and create a cowl in which the dominant color could change, dependent on how it is worn. The plan was for a mirror image -- the Echo. But, I did a bit of revising as I knit it. My friends insisted they liked it better this way, so this pattern actually has two designs--A Choice (where the stripes are a bit...
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern was designed to teach an introductory class in lace knitting and reading charts. It progresses from a very simple pattern to ones containing more manuevers and their symbols. It is interesting to gradually combine different patterns and stitches and become a proficient chart reader.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl incorporates the Gull Lace pattern as Elizabeth Zimmermann used in her February entry in the Knitter’s Almanac--the baby sweater on two needles and recently loved in the February Lady Sweater.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These are my plain vanilla socks, but with a few optional toppings!
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is a variation of the Cool Breezes Cowl, It creates a light, lacy fabric by knitting back and forth. Gauge is not essential. You want a fabric that is loose enough to be breezy, but to still keep its shape.
Knitting: Cowl
I wanted to design a cowl to wear when enjoying the cool breezes of spring and summer. But I wanted the pattern to also be great if one used a different yarn for when those breezes are a quite a bit cooler in fall and winter. Of course, you can vary the length and width to meet your taste and needs and the amount of yarn you have. I have include...
Knitting: Cowl
Designed to bring out the best in a multicolored skein and conquer the pooling, to have a border that doesn’t roll, and to allow the knitter to make it any size they choose.