Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
This drapey, colorwork cowl is easy enough for those new to stranded knitting and rewarding enough to be a quick project for those with more experience in the technique. The circumference of this cowl can easily be customized, and using less than 50 grams each of two contrasting colors, Flurry is a wonderful way to stash-bust some of your worste...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These gently rotating ribs are both fun to knit and provide visual interest that are a perfect complement for any yarn from semi-solid to variegated to self-striping. A unisex design, this cuff down pattern includes instructions for both a right rotating and a left rotating sock, so your feet can go in different directions (so to speak!), or you...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern was created for the February 2012 Knitter’s Choice Yarn Club.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern was originally written for DK weight yarn, but it has been test knitted in worsted, sport and fingering weights as well. Required yardage and recommended needle sizes for all weights are as follows:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Note that I issued a revised version of this pattern on 2/11/12 that clarifies an oddly confusing bit of direction in the “Foot” section of the original pattern. It only pertains to those who are resizing the sock upward, so if you downloaded the pattern before 2/11/12 and are knitting as the pattern is written, this bit won’t ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Cowl
Gauge for this pattern: One 10-stitch repeat of the pattern should cover approximately 1 1/2” unstretched. One eight-round repeat of the pattern should be 1” high.
Knitting: Softies - Other
Pulpie, a fun little piece of orange juice pulp, was created in response to my teenage daughter’s ongoing references to her great dislike of pulp in her juice, to which I heartily agreed. Pulp = ick. One day, however, the vision of this happy little guy popped into my mind, and I decided I must make him for my daughter!
Knitting: Puppet
If you’re in need of a really quick gift for a kid, these finger puppets are just the thing! They take very little yarn and very little time. You’ll likely spend more time embellishing them with the stitched on faces than you will actually knitting the puppets themselves.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
I designed this to fit a 3rd generation Kindle, with about an extra inch of space width-wise. The extra room should allow the pattern, as written, to accomodate the slightly larger 2nd generation Kindle as well.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Note about yarn: either DK or a light worsted weight yarn will work for this pattern as written. I found Springvale, while categorized as a worsted, worked well, the only difference being in row gauge, yeilding a hat about 1” longer than the one made with the Kathmandu DK. If you are using a light worsted weight yarn and would like it to b...