Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cardigan
It’s a lovely story, but quite a long one, especially for those of you who have been following from the very beginning. I’ll give you the short version. Carol Jayne’s daughter, Josephine, found a picture of a sweater online and asked her mom, “Can you knit this for me?”
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I was intrigued by a lovely framed celtic knot hanging in our vacation cottage. The twists and turns were mesmerizing and I decided to recreate it with knitted cables. It was challenging to say the least but the result was worth it; a lovely beret emblazoned with a pentagonal knot.
Knitting: Coaster
7 garter stitch triangles interlock to form a circle. The pattern uses less than a yard per color; a quick and fun way to experiment with color before committing to a color scheme.
Knitting: Cape
Two delicate antique lace patterns are combined to create this graceful and stylish capelet. The body of the capelet is knitted sideways and then grafted together before the yoke is picked up and knit in the round. Simple decreases in the yoke flow into the flattering ribbed turtleneck collar.
Knitting: Headband
The pattern includes 2 variations, the graceful cable and pretty crocheted rose, one designed for each of my two small girls, both blessed with their father’s glorious curls.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is a simple knit with elegant results. And argyle without having to weave in ends, what could be better? The perfect knit for a baby gift or to welcome your own bundle of joy.
Knitting: Cape
Dit patroon is in het Nederlands.
Knitting: Poncho
Nederland Versie is available here.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a simple and quick knit; perfect for a last minute baby gift. I like to think it’s classic but quirky. I also firmly believe that babies in silly hats make people smile. And what could be better than a child growing up in a world with people smiling at him?
Knitting: Pullover
This was a quick little knit, and uses only 2 skeins (with a little left over) of Sirdar Baby Bamboo. The cable cast off provides a unique decorative edge, while the envelope neck is practical for slipping over a newborn’s head.