Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Designed by Carrie Bostick Hoge, the Junegrass Pullover celebrates the beauty of simplicity. Using the classic contrast of stockinette and garter stitch, Junegrass is knit top-down with raglan yoke. Side slits and a longer back hem add a modern twist to this clean design. The construction is straightforward and great for a first sweater project.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Arrowroot Mitts are a simple stranded colorwork mitts pattern and would be a great pattern to try as your first colorwork project. The thumb hole is picked up from held stitches and worked at the end. Arrowroot Mitts feature our Heirloom Romney yarn which is a hard-working and lustrous wool that will hold up to wear and look great for years to c...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This narrow, textured shawl knits up quickly in hearty Heirloom worsted weight wool. With its clever stitches, the Imposter’s Shawl mimics woven and crochet work, but it is truly knitted from start to finish. The shawl uses a unique stitch to make the scalloped edge reminiscent of crochet work.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat
This little cap uses just 55 yards of yarn! That means it knits up quick as can be. You can make plenty as gifts for dear friends in need of a cozy cap this winter! The perfect project for special skeins of handspun, the Ice Skating Cap makes the most of your yarn when you don’t have much, with short row earflaps to keep ears cozy!
Knitting: Animal Toy, Pet Toys, Decorative - Other
Minikitti is knit in the round on DPNs. The kitty pictured uses a fingering weight handspun yarn knit on size 0 needles. This makes a kitten about 5” tall from paw to eartip. You could make him bigger by going up in both your yarn size and needle size. You will want a nice tight stitch--the better to keep in the stuffing (and optional catn...