Elisa McLaughlin

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 4 patterns

This headwrap collection allows you to buy four patterns for less.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Having five kids means I am always on the go. Occasionally I need a quick satisfying pattern. Also being style conscious I want to knit something I will wear, with everything. I made this pattern for some friends who wanted to learn knitting in the round. It is a beginner pattern but I had the pattern tested by seasoned knitters and they all lov...
Knitting: Headband, Earwarmers
Knitting: Earwarmers
PLEASE NOTE: This pattern takes both knitting and crochet. Raverly does not yet allow for me to put both in the type of craft section but this pattern does require you to use both knitting and crochet.
Knitting: Headband, Earwarmers
Introducing another headband ear warmer—this time with a twist! This slightly asymmetrical pattern is a quick, satisfying project, and more importantly, something you’ll love to wear. Enjoy!
Knitting: Earwarmers
Unlike my other Flower Headband pattern this pattern requires ONLY knit.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This adorable hood feels as though it has jumped from the page of your favorite Austen classic. It fits comfortably over long hair or short and covers the ears for a little extra warmth. The loose construction of the body of the hat allows air flow for warmer weather. Enjoy the larger size for a looser look or the medium for the more fitted feel.
Knitting: Hair accessories, Headband, Headwrap, Earwarmers
Created for the bohemian traveler this head wrap is versatile and easy to make. Due to the small size of this project you can knit it on a train or double-decker bus. You can keep the finished head wrap in your purse for the surprise storm or cold spell. It is reversible just in case you aren’t in the mood for the pattern, just turn it ins...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Ready, set, smock! Reminiscent of a gnome hood, this smock pattern beanie appears complex but is actually quite easy to create—and the best part is it’s reversible! Choose your favorite side before you attach the pom pom, or leave it off and choose each time you put it on! Use the video tutorial to learn about the smock stitch.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Chevrons! I design with what I love and at the moment I am in love with chevron patterns. That is how this slouchy beanie was inspired. It is knit up with a delicate chevron pattern (see chart on page 3). Get ready for winter by knitting it out of a warm merino wool or a cooler cotton, either way it is the perfect accessory for your wardrobe. Th...
Knitting: Headband
This bohemian styled head wrap is cinched in the middle so it does not have the width of the other head wrap patterns in my store. Half way between a head band and head wrap this pattern is great for all seasons. This headband secures at the back with buttons. It is a quick knit great for beginners and is perfect for gifts. You can use up all yo...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These lacy fingerless gloves are shorter in length so they will fit perfectly inside the sleeve of your favorite coat. Knit them in whatever color you wish and delight in the airy yet cozy make up of these mitts. To add a little of your own personality you can pick out your favorite ribbon and thread it through one of the eyelet rows. Quick and ...
Knitting: Cowl, Headband
This is a perfect begining knitter pattern. If you are not a knitter but you want to be check out the video tutorials. This pattern only requires that you know the knit stitch, how to cast on, and bind off. If you don’t know how to do that you can always check out my YouTube Channel.
Knitting: Cowl, Hats - Other
Who says that knitted accessories have to be warm and cozy? With a light, breathable fiber such as cotton, you can make a wonderfully versatile Spring and Summer cowl that doubles as a hat! It will add a little extra personality to your favorite outfit and keep your neck warm on those cool spring/fall days.
Knitting: Headband
Thick or thin…stripes are in! This head wrap is a light and loose knit that allows air flow for the warmer days, and keeps the heat in for those chilly evenings. Perfect for spring or fall, this pattern includes both a pattern for a head wrap with thick stripes and one for thin. Choose your colors and get started. This knit is quick, easy,...
Knitting: Headband, Earwarmers
No matter your destination—a day at the market or a night on the town—this head wrap will keep your ears warm without giving your hair that matted look. It can be worn in a variety of styles and is always a head-turner! This pattern has a lot of stretch so it can be warn by children or adults and recommendations for making the headwarp smaller.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat is comfortable and if you meet the gauge it should leave your head free of the “hat hair” look. The cinching and tie in the back give it a fun unique look. The pattern allows for the hat to be cinched or uncinched.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque
If you downloaded a pattern with the abbreviation SO in it but no explanation of what SO is I apologize. In my test knit pattern I used the term Slip Off (SO) instead of Drop Stitch (DS). When I changed the termanology to DS I forgot to change two over so they remained SO. Just read them as DS and the pattern should knit out great. I am uploadin...