Emily Connell

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7 shawl patterns:

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Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is an exploration of opposites, translated loosely into knitting. I was curious about how two drastically different yarns would behave in the same project, while using a stitch that is both reversible and beautiful on both sides. Combining two contrasting colors for the yarns as well proved another artistic element that I wanted to ex...
Knitting: Cowl, Shawl / Wrap
When Stephanie of Wonderland Yarns sent me the So Fond of Rainbows mini skein pack (with 20 minis!), I knew it had to be a stunning project worthy of the masterful color palette. So, I set off to design something with a few key elements: easy stitch pattern, repeatable instructions, and maximum yardage for each color. I settled on this modular ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
this shawl is part of the Amplify - Vol. 1 collection, which features 7 shawl patterns all ‘inspired’ by 7 different songs. amplify is a collection of 7 shawls, ranging from triangles to rectangles to half-pi and asymmetric shapes. different yarns, textures, colors, and inspiration for each…
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
the very first release of the amplify collection!
Knitting: Cowl
Wandering Ivy combines the delicious squishiness of brioche stitches with gentle traveling cables. Featuring two simple cable stitches in the entire pattern, this cowl is a great choice for practicing your brioche. Never done brioche cables before? This is the pattern for you!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Wandering Ivy combines the delicious squishiness of brioche stitches with gentle traveling cables. Featuring two simple cable stitches in the entire pattern, these mitts are a great choice for practicing your brioche. Never done brioche cables before? This is the pattern for you!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Pullover
I’ve fallen into the rabbit-hole of brioche… and in the midst of my daydreaming of squishy stitches, I discovered this sweater!
Knitting: Pullover
This sweater builds upon the same theme as Assateague and Baton Rouge: short row shaping combined with
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
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Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
The sister pattern to the larger, three-colored Fruit Loops and Spiderwebs, Winterbird is only two colors, smaller, and less airy for a warmer project. With similar shaping and the same concept, this wrap is more of a small shawl that can be worn as a kerchief. Buttonhole shaping and decreases along with smaller mesh sections create the shape f...
Knitting: Cardigan
Butterflies are one of my favorite insects, and they have been since I was little. Their colors are beautiful, they fly in such a mesmerizing manner, they look so delicate…
Knitting: Cowl
My favorite lace pattern and a gorgeous yarn pair wonderfully in this pattern. This is an homage to the stitch dictionary I based this pattern off of, The Haapsalu Shawl. (If you’re interested in learning more about Estonian lace, I highly recommend finding this book.)
Knitting: Pullover
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Knitting: Pullover
ERRATUM: On page 10, the setup round should read: k (62, 68, 72) 79, 85, 90 98, pm, k6, k (67, 74, 78) 86, 91, 97 106, pm, k6, k rem (5, 6, 6) 7, 8, 7 8 sts. Pattern update coming ASAP!
Knitting: Pullover
Knitting: Pullover
After knitting Assateague, I was hooked on short rows. And three colors!
Knitting: Pullover
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Knitting: Scarf
I like thunderstorms and rain. Rainy days are the best. These colors came from my favorite rainy days: orange sunlight peeking through the bluish gray thundering clouds.
Crochet: Cowl
I was headed to a conference to present a paper over the weekend and decided to take a small project with me. I was thinking something like Sarah London’s “Apache Tears” would be perfect…
Knitting: Pullover
This sweater has a mobius band as the yoke. It’s worked from the top down, starting with the yoke, then moving on to the body and then the sleeves. It’s finished with contrasting i-cord bind-offs on each section and short row shaping for the shoulder/neck section. It has minimal seaming: only grafting included is to finish off the i-cord bind-o...