Sarah Knight - Crafts from the Cwtch

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is available for free at Crafts from the Cwtch Blog, or you can purchase a PDF copy for offline use (or printing), for a small fee
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This versatile oversized shawl (or cape) is comfort knitting at its best. Knit flat from the top-down, this is a simple design which makes the most of this beautiful self-striping yarn.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
By request, this pattern and the accompanying tutorials are now available to download as a printable PDF. The 7-page document includes the written as well as step-by-step photos for all stitches used and links to slow-motion videos (left- and right-handed). They are still available for free on Crafts from the Cwtch Blog
Crochet: Cowl
On chilly days, when you want to add interest to a plain outfit, or when you just want something comforting and snuggly to throw on, this reversible any-way-up cowl will fit the bill perfectly. It’s eye-catching, soft, cosy and easy-to-wear. It’s also very easy to make… but that can be your little secret!
Knitting: Tote
Please note that this download is for the colour work chart only - the written pattern is available for free on Crafts from the Cwtch blog
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Chilly hands and wrists are no fun and, if you like to have your fingers and thumbs free, arm warmer mitts are a great solution. The Leaf Collector’s Mitts feature a pretty leaf design (naturally) with just enough lace to add interest, but not enough to let the draughts in.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This quick one-skein shawlette is a perfect travel companion. Wear it around the neck to keep air conditioner blasts at bay, or over your shoulders as a lightweight traditional shawl. With the addition of the button (cuff)links it turns into an elegant shrug which looks cute over a casual summer vest or elegant over an evening dress.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Super-sized and super-snuggly, this strikingly simple project is a great introduction to triangular shawl knitting. I love versatile garments, so with the addition of a strategically placed icord, it is quickly and easily transformed into a poncho… it’s a “ponshawl”.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Easy to knit and easy to wear, this reversible oversized wrap is sure to become a seasonal favourite. Using super-chunky merino yarn, it is made up of five seperate squares that are knit-in-the round, with alternating knit and purl elements and three different increases which make a subtle geometric pattern. The squares are then sewn together a...