Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This circular shawl is knit from the center out using a variation on Elizabeth Zimmerman’s “Pi Shawl” geometry. Four distinct lace motifs combine into a beautiful whole, ending with a slight ruffle and picot edge. It’s knit in naturally dyed Swans Island fingering weight merino, which is an absolute joy to work with.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
In this circular baby blanket, a star emerges on your needles, then a second star appears as a pattern of thick and squooshy nubbins of trinity stitch take root, making for a substantial textured fabric. I hope you’ll find making one as fun and addictive as I did!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This baby blanket takes the unique shape of a 15-pointed star. It’s the perfect gift for the newest star in your heavens. A spiral pattern emerges with each revolution around the needles. This new spin on the pinwheel blanket pattern is easy and fun – a simple three-round repeat combines increases and decreases to make the spiral. You’ll continu...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Taking its name from a thousand year old tree, Wonderboom is knit in a delightfully addictive lace leaf pattern. Tricky enough to make you feel like a rockstar knitter yet intuitive enough that your fingers will remember the way.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The stitch pattern of Dreamcoat strengthens the long color transitions that Noro and Noro-esque yarns do so beautifully, forming thick, chunky, ever-changing stripes. You’ll be thrilled and surprised at the color combinations that appear as you go. Knit in a fun zigzag stitch, this big wrap works up surprisingly quickly.
Knitting: Scarf
This whimsical triangular neckerchief of parrot green is inspired by the costuming and character of Papageno, the love-lorn birdcatcher and hapless hero of Mozart’s Magic Flute.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by the gorgeous orange leaves and scrumptious yarns on display at last year’s Rhinebeck, this shawl will give you that peak foliage look the whole year round. An intuitive traditional lace leaf pattern narrows into a unique trapezoid shape, and since it’s widest at the bottom, each row is shorter and faster than the last. Kn...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This rich and sumptuous knit features a beautiful all-over cable pattern and a tricky looped edging for little hands to grab onto, creating the illusion of a woven knot without a beginning or end.
Knitting: Doll
Warm up winter days by knitting this classic three-part snowman with a carrot nose and sticks for arms. This little fellow will make a wonderful toy, centerpiece, or holiday decoration. Very simple construction with minimal seaming make this a quick knit great for gifting, and a great project for to using up yarn scraps.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This simple and glamorous hat is inspired by silent screen diva Gloria Swanson. A quick, easy, and sophisticated knit. Snug and handsome - make one for all the great ladies in your life.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This beautiful, substantial, sophisticated blanket mimics the natural spiral pattern found on sunflower heads and pine cones.
Knitting: Toy Plant
A tactile triumvirate of Tannenbaums to knit and enjoy. Not one, not two, but three different tree patterns in one! These lovely trees knit up quickly and easily and will make a great knitted centerpiece, softie or stocking stuffer.
Knitting: Scarf
A whole new take on the meaning of “tube scarf,” Phineas makes a perfect last-minute gift. Even if your gift give-ee sees what you’re up to, she’ll never guess what it’ll look like when you’re done. The pattern is named for Phineas Balk, inventor of the pneumatic tube.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
A spiral-tastic baby blanket! Alternating between stockinette stitch and simple fishnet lace, this blanket grows in the form of a logarhythmic spiral, or “spira mirabilis.” Spirals like these occur in nature as the arms of cyclones, the paths of hawks to their prey and moths to light bulbs, and even in the nerves in our eyes.
Knitting: Animal Toy
No strings, no pipecleaners, no hidden mirrors! Suprisingly simple to make, Cubit the Inchworm stands up on her own and inches right along!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Everything you need to know to knit an adorable, enticingly pillow-esque family of Doodlebugs!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Everything you need to know to knit an adorable, downright huggable, family of earthworms!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Striking fear into the hearts of pirates everywhere! Can’t… fathom… the cuteness!
Knitting: Animal Toy
This lovely squid pattern is complicated enough to keep the experienced knitter interested, yet logical enough to be portable - most of the time, you can tell where you are by looking. It’s knit in a single piece until the tentacles, which are joined to live stitches, so no sewing or seaming is required. And it’s radially symmetrical...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This adorable baby blanket picks up where a simple pinwheel blanket leaves off, adding ruffles, lace and fringe galore. The fringe gives the piece a life of its own - sunflower? sea anemone? You decide.