Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Socks - Other
A Sock Surgeon’s Afterthought Heel for Self-Striping Yarn -- also works great with solid or variegated friends!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
By popular demand, the Skyline Hat knitting pattern is now available to coordinate with the matching mittens. This stranded colorwork project calls for two colors of Malabrigo worsted, a yarn you will surely enjoy working with as you create your topical topper. Enjoy all the fun of knitting colorwork, without the repetitiveness of traditional mo...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A simple sock whose fun-to-work stitch pattern will have you eager to knit and finished with the pair before you know it.
Knitting: Mittens
“Alphamitts” is a child-sized pattern, available for free download here, that uses small amounts of two colors of Knit Picks Palette or similar fingering-weight yarn. The pattern includes a full-page color chart, and tips to start you in the right direction if you should want to adjust these for adult sizing. The mittens are identical - you do n...
Knitting: Mittens
The Skyline Chilly blog now has its very own signature knitting pattern: the Skyline Mittens. This stranded colorwork project calls for two colors of Malabrigo worsted, a yarn you will surely enjoy working with as you create the perfect pair of hip handwarmers. Enjoy all the fun of knitting colorwork, without the repetitiveness of traditional mo...
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
Using a hot water bottle to warm up the bed on cold nights is a great way to stay cozy and save energy: Cold toes can tolerate a lower tempertature on the theromstat and thereʼs no need for the risk or expense of an electric blanket. However, the rubbery texture and outdated color of these bottles makes them something of an eyesore instead of th...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
“Boo!” is a whimsical design where little ghosties gradually emerge out of your knitting, and stare back at you from your completed socks! The ghastly motif, an adaptation of a Barbara Walker pattern, is created with a few lace stitches and continually crossing cable stitches, which could be worked with or without a cable needle. The toe-up cons...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Coming Up Roses is a fancy sock pattern originally offered in September 2008’s Robyn’s Nest sock club kit. Choose a yarn that is soft, smooth and light, and discover a sock rich in luxurious, feminine details. Your socks will feature custom-toe up fit and the polished formality of a turned-hem cuff. Every step can remind you of a fanciful aftern...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Update 2/1/10: KnitPink.com is closing up shop, after pattern sales enabled the donation of over $3,000 to Breast Cancer Research! The pattern is now available at a discounted price, right here through Ravelry’s Pattern Store.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Proceeds from the original sale of the Pearl’s Diamond Sock pattern went to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. In Pearl’s memory, it is now available for free.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Grumperina’s Jaywalker socks are widely loved for the way they showcase multicolored sock yarns and the great fit of the bias knitting in the chevron pattern. I wanted these great features in a sock that I started knitting one weekend when I was on a little vacation from the daily grind, and I was away from my stash of knitting patterns and with...
Knitting: Softies - Other
The cartoony mushroom from Mario games has become a cultural icon of Nintendo fandom and retro 8-bit style. Now you can knit yourself a small toy or desktop accessory as an emblem of your gaming glory or nerd style pride. Or knit one for the child or the grown-up kid in your life, as a reminder that life should be colorful and problems should be...