Jennifer Lysen

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
This simple and elegant colorwork cowl is inspired by a wall on Western Washington University campus.  It may also be a little nod to Games of Thrones.  This cowl is knit in the round and grafted closed for a warm double knit finished product.  The finished size is 28” circumference and 6” wide.  
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Huldra is a soft, textured shawl with a touch of lace and a contrast edge. It is knit with our Sapling Luxe yarn which lends the perfect amount of drape to this project. The pattern has every line written out with stitch counts at the end of every row. This is done so you can check our count at any point in the shawl. It is the perfect piece to...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Harvest Arms is a fancy fingerless mitt pattern featuring twisted stitch cables and eyelet details. They are a great pattern for crisp late fall mornings filled with apple picking, pumpkin choosing, coffee sipping or whatever else your day brings.
Knitting: Cowl
To celebrate the launch of our new yarn, Windfall, we have published a new free pattern. The Woodsman is a chunky seed stitch cowl and knits up quick with our super bulky yarn. Suitable for ladies and lumberjacks alike.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Ugggg… just what the world needs, another garter stitch shawl. Oh, wait… we do need one? BEHOLD! Inspired by my favorite place to walk in Bellingham, Taylor Dock. Connecting Fairhaven to Boulevard Park, this walk along the water is popular year round with joggers, cyclists and dog owners.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Timber Trail Hat is a slouchy hat with an off center simple cable. It is offered in Baby Bear (Child) size, Mama Bear (Adult medium) size and Papa Bear (Adult large) size. It is modeled by myself and my two handsome guys. Enjoy!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Inspired by the beautiful waters of Lake Chelan, WA, these intriguing socks feature opposing cables which set off eyelet waves, like ripples across the water. From our cabin’s front porch, we have sat and watched the waves which go down lake in the morning then up lake in the evening. Every summer I go to that cabin, stand at the edge of the do...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The twisted stitch pattern on these socks reminds me of many professors I had in college. Mr. So-and-So the Third, there were so many of them with various roman numerals after their names. As if the smarter they got, the less imaginative their names became.
Knitting: Clothing - Other
Growing up in an apple orchard, we made a lot of pie. My mom and my sister and I would spend endless hours slicing, mixing, baking and generally making a mess. We all wore aprons to save our clothes from being caked in flour, apple bits, etc. It was an imperfect system (most of the time we still got dirty) but the apron became a more of a comfo...
Knitting: Cuffs
These pretty little wristlets are simple yet elegant and look great under coat sleeves. The lace pattern is offered in written and chart format.