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Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
A symphony of nature inspired lace, Ancient Runes, and a sparking star adorn this lap/baby blanket.
Knitting: Tee
Lovely summer boat-neck ( also called ballet neck ) style top with dropped cap sleeves.
Knitting: Cape
This light as air capelette is just the bit of warmth and discretion for those spring and summer days or nights. Draped loosely over the shoulders, it curves gently to caress your shoulders and décolleté in delicate lace.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These were destined originally to be called simply oatmeal socks, after the colour of the wool used, Truly’s Cygnet 4 ply fingering in shade 2046, Oatmeal. However, as I brought the socks to life on my needles, it occurred to me that the lacy meandering teardrops looked more like the large rivulets of tears that might form if a crocodile r...
Knitting: Cardigan
2012.02.27. Completely revised, the Duck Duck Goose Lace Hoodie pattern now features full charts for the body sections and the sleeves in all 5 sizes. This just seemed the expedient thing to do since the decreasing lace is a bit tricky.
Knitting: Cowl
Nothing says siren better than a pair of Opera gloves. They are the epitome of timeless elegance. Every girl should have at least one ( or 3!) pair in her wardrobe.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Nothing says siren better than a pair of Opera gloves. They are the epitome of timeless elegance. Every girl should have at least one ( or 3!) pair in her wardrobe.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This beret is the perfect match for the gloves of the same name!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Für Elise Glove pattern has been thoroughly revised and tested. Thank you to all the lovely ladies who tested this pattern!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The gloves shown are part of the Georgie Girl! Reversible Cabled Scarf & Fingerless Gloves pattern which is available for sale.
Knitting: Scarf
Made, and named, for a dear friend, this scarf is mostly reversible, that is, the pattern is not exactly the same on the reverse as on the right side, but you have to look closely to see the difference.
Knitting: Coffee / Tea Pot
Simple yet interesting knitting that will keep your tea wonderfully warm.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
The spiral is a cross-cultural and timeless symbol that, for many, represents the cyclical nature of life, death, and rebirth. Spirals occur abundantly in nature. Human crafted spirals can be found as a perpetual motif from ancient through to modern times. One experiential interpretation of the sacred spiral is the Grouse Dance.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Grouse Dance pattern includes instructions for the beret with choice of 2 band options, and the matching fingerless gloves. The Beret is best suited to women, but the gloves can be worn by men or women.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Heavenly Peace is the name I gave to one of my daughters, and this pattern was designed for her. She is a ‘hat girl’, like me.
Knitting: Cowl
Gorgeous, practical, feminine, and reversible! What more could you ask for in a cool weather accessory?
Knitting: Cardigan
For the youngling (young Jedi in training) in your life, an (almost) seamless wrap style cardigan. Twisted stitch diamonds cover the body of the wrap and cables travel along the front edges.
Knitting: Cowl
A simple lace pattern makes this a good transit or knit night project. This cowl is easily adapted to be narrower, wider, or deepe. Directions for a completely customized version are included.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These gloves were designed for Ewe Knit in Toronto, Canada.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
What more romantic symbol could you imagine than the Luckenbooth, two hearts entwined, a pledge of love and fidelity. Since its first appearance at the beginning of the 16th century, this love token has been given by friends, lovers, and family to not only show affection but also to offer protection, even against malevolent faeries.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Nigella blossoms are one of the prettiest flowers of the annual garden, with a pretty name to match, not the Latin name of Nigella Damascena, but the ever so whimsical Love-In-A-Mist… l.i.a.m.!
Knitting: Vest
I have been dreaming about mohair for awhile now. When on holiday in Milan, Italy, we came upon a fabulous outdoor market selling all manner of goods; invariably, I found the wool vendor! Once home, I set about making this traditionally constructed vest with classic lines, deep ribbing, and a big cuddly collar.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This beret, like the matching gloves, is inspired by the ancient Greek Architecture of Paestum, Italy and the legendary roses that grow there. This tam is worked in the round from the band to the crown. Columnar ribbing at the brim gives way to amphora lace, a scattering of blossoms and then finishes with broken ribbing. Use a high quality natur...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Paestum, Italy, is a beautiful place, rich in historical and cultural meaning. These gloves pay tribute to the Temples, Roses and pine forests of this UNESCO Heritage site. Classically elegant, these gloves are perfect for the office, or for your next great adventure. These are actually my favourite everyday gloves. A garter or ribbed cuff, stru...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The heather and the bracken are blooming, bird song fills the air, and magic emanates from every tree and rock inviting philosophical musings on the wonders of nature and offering the gift of Celtic peace. Scotland’s historical landscape inspired this pattern. Made in the traditional manner, three styles of cable meander in harmony from the ribb...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
What’s your princess style? Pampered or passionate, petulant or playful, philosophical or philanthropic, physically fit…no matter what your princess style from Italian Principessa to Celtic Warrior Goddess, this richly cabled beret will serve you well. The pattern is fully charted. It is also the perfect match for my Principessa fingerless...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
What’s your princess style?
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
Life is a joyous adventure full of challenges, opportunities, friendships, love, learning, and the appreciation for the wonders of this world. Each runic symbol on this blanket represents key qualities or lessons that we either need to develop or draw upon as we venture forth.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I was going to make a plain beret, really. I wanted a simple, quick, not too involved project but somehow, this sparkling yarn wanted to be more than plain…
Knitting: Cardigan
I don’t know how it happened, but Carriage Sets for wee ones seem to have gone out of favour these past years. I think it is time for a Carriage Set come-back! The weather still turns chilly in the fall. In spring of the year little ones need warm outfits to keep the damp away.
Knitting: Purse
This lovely little handbag the holds just the essentials.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Unisex style for any teen or adult who needs a really, really, warm hat. Warm enough to survive even winters in Winnipeg, Canada… think minus 30-40 degrees Celsius for weeks and months on end.. and that is without the wind chill. Really.
Knitting: Sleepwear
I named this contemporary baby sleeping sacque after one of the lullaby’s that I used to sing to my children when they were little. The lyrics are on my website!
Knitting: Scarf
I came up with this stitch since I wanted something with depth to trap warmth while maintaining an airy feel and above all, reversibility.