Jenny Williams

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
A classic aran sweater with a flattering V-neck, Rhiannon allows the knitter to try many different cable patterns. Knit flat and seamed, in DK weight yarn, this is a sweater you won’t forget knitting.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Third in the series, this stranded Christmas Stocking is the perfect, heirloom gift! Turtledoves, Christmas trees and various holiday motifs decorate this cheery stocking. Worked in the traditional 2 strand Fair Isle method, a total of 8 colors gives this stocking it’s designer appeal.
Knitting: Scarf
It can be difficult to find a scarf pattern that suits the picky guys in your life (at least around here!). But Handsome Fella Scarf is rugged enough for a chilly hike in the woods, while still being elegant enough to dress up a trench coat in the city.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Check out the picture at the left! We (SHE) won 2nd prize at the Texas State Fair!! And that’s a really BIG state!
Knitting: Cowl, Earflap Hat
Need a fair isle project that’s quicker than most? This set, knit in worsted weight wool, will be finished in a flash. Six skeins of yarn make both items, so you’ll have enough wool and just enough time left to try your hand at so much more, once you’ve completed this eye-catching pair.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Knit using the classic Fair Isle stranded method, never more than 2 colors are used at once. A total of 6 different colors give this Christmas Stocking a distinctive designer look.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Knit using the classic Fair Isle stranded method, never more than 2 colors are used at once. A total of 6 different colors give this Christmas Stocking a distinctive designer look.
Knitting: Cowl
Three times the fun!!! This exciting pattern includes instructions for three stylish cowls: a roll-over collar version, a neckwarmer and a slouch cowl. The pattern has been fully test knitted and tech-edited and includes both easy to read charts and line by line written instructions. The stitchwork is interesting and unique, but easier than it ...
Knitting: Scarf, Hats - Other
A vine wanders back and forth across this scarf, accented by leaves and berries. The scarf is knit in two pieces and grafted together. A hood is then added to create a warm, dramatic accessory you’ll love. (And no funny point at the back of your head!)
Knitting: Cloche Hat
What is more personal than a handmade gift? And this stylish, Art Deco-inspired cloche is sure to be a favorite fashion accessory. It is worked in the round from the bottom up. It begins with a simple lace motif and ends with a star pattern at the crown. The pattern offers the 3 listed sizes and includes both an easy-to-read chart and written i...
Knitting: Scarf
A lovely, cabled leaf follows the edge of this scarf, as a lace mesh makes up the interior. The one piece, shaped hood is attached to the middle of the scarf, just beneath the rolled edge.
Knitting: Headband
This one-piece, seamless headband has I-cord ties so it’s adjusted to fit you! My beloved test knitter, Nancy, lives in a stone house in France (can you imagine?!) and is a fabulous gardener. I designed this headband, decorated with lace & bobble flowers, for her and for you. The pattern includes both charts and written instructions. It beg...
Knitting: Scarf, Accessories - Other
This luxurious lace & cable scarf has a hood built in for warmth & style. The pattern includes both an easy-to-read chart and written row-by-row instructions. It requires intermediate skills including lacework, cabling, simple shaping and seaming. It’s sure to become a favorite accessory!
Knitting: Messenger Bag
A beautiful, cabled tree serenely stands guard on the front of this lightly felted bag. It’s roughly 13.5”X12”, just the right size for everything you need on the go. You can choose between an I-cord handle (as shown) or a simpler, flat handle. The sample is knit using 4 skeins of Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn in the gorgeous Rooibos Heather. ...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
If you are a tree lover like me, having a tree branching out across the back of your hand just feels right!
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This simply shaped shrug has just enough stitch variety to keep it interesting. The result is a comfortable, romantic accessory that can dress up a camisole or just warm up your shoulders a little. NOTE: Sizes S & L are edged along the arm with a cable, producing a nice scalloped effect. Size M is edged with a lattice stitch, as shown.