eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

Almond Hat, Mittens and Cowl available as a combined pattern.

eBook : 2 patterns

Get the eBook and add a long cuff to the gloves version!

eBook : 2 patterns

In two different yarn weights, for all temperatures and occasions!

eBook : 2 patterns

Includes Deco Gloves and Deco Mitts

eBook : 3 patterns

Three glove patterns with men’s sizes as well as women’s.

eBook : 2 patterns

First published in the long version in the Mary & Matthew kit from Woolgirl’s Downton Abbey Club. Now available on ravelry in both the original long, and the new short cuff version.

eBook : 3 patterns

A collection of all three Rowan patterns from fingertips.

eBook : 2 patterns

This eBook includes both versions of the Texel pattern: gloves and fingerless mitts.

eBook : 11 patterns

This pattern collection includes all Almond- , Rowan- and Crème de Noyaux patterns from fingertips. All patterns feature the distinct almond shapes in their gorgeous ribbed texture.

eBook : 2 patterns

Knit lots of gloves, mitts and wraps, and wear them in new combinations each day!

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
Take a step up with this fun black-and-white geometric cowl. With enough length to wrap around your neck twice, this will keep you warm too. Have more yarn? Make it a super-long cowl to wrap round your neck three or four times!
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Thick and warm socklets to keep your feet toasty. The stitch pattern is reminiscent of the distinct pinnate leaves of the Rowan tree. Rowan trees display the most vibrant autumn colours, and the name Rowan is thought to come from the proto-Germanic word raudnian, which means “getting red”. What better name for a pair of socklets that will keep y...
Knitting: Mittens
Thick and warm mittens to keep your hands cosy. The stitch pattern is reminiscent of the distinct pinnate leaves of the Rowan tree. Rowan trees display the most vibrant autumn colours, and the name Rowan is thought to come from the proto-Germanic word raudnian, which means “getting red”. What better name for a pair of mittens that will keep you ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The mysterious selkies are both seal and human. To become human, they shed their seal skin. They turn back into seals by throwing their seal skin over themselves.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
If you like this, but prefer gloves, check out my Crème de Noyaux gloves!
Knitting: Scarf
Very warm, ribbed scarf in three variations: one easy and playful with wavy edges, another no-nonsense and manly with straight edges and straight ribbed borders, and the last one complicated and stunning with slanting almond shapes.
Knitting: Cowl
Coming soon: Rowan Mittens!
Knitting: Cowl
A comfy, cosy cowl with a stunning, yet easy to knit stitch pattern.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A comfy, cosy hat with a stunning, yet easy to knit stitch pattern.
Knitting: Mittens
Comfy, cosy mittens with a stunning, yet easy to knit stitch pattern.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
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Knitting: Gloves
This pattern was part of the May 2012 Woolgirl Drink Inspired Club parcel. The theme was the Pink Squirrel cocktail. Now also available as a ravelry download!
Knitting: Gloves
An easy to knit glove pattern, with a design that will appeal to both men and women. The elastic rib pattern, with some negative ease for each size, will ensure the perfect fit and feel extremely comfortable.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
If you love combining colours, but don’t like handling more than one yarn at a time, then this is the perfect pattern for you! Work two rounds per colour, and let the stitch pattern do the work for you: It will make the colours pool into dots creating the impression of a much more complicated pattern. It also results in a marvellous thick and cu...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Frida Kahlo is especially well known for her numerous self-portraits. In one series of self-portraits she depicts herself with exotic animals, such as monkeys and parrots. It is in these paintings that she shows herself in her most Mexican attire, including the traditional hair style of thick braids piled up on top of her head. This hair style b...
Knitting: Gloves
A great pattern to show off your favourite variegated yarn, as well as your prettiest buttons. The body of these gloves is knitted flat, with round knitting starting only just below the fingers. The upper 6 buttons are mock buttons. The lower buttons can be opened, making it easier to slip the gloves on and off. Or if you prefer, the pattern can...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A fingerless mitten pattern with super-flexible sizing, funky colours, and a great opportunity to show off your favourite buttons. The mittens are knitted flat, and then wrapped around the arm. The location of the buttons determine the size. For the thumb, instructions are given for either knitting flat, or in the round. Crossed and twisted stit...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is available in both English and German.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A fun fingerless mitten, and super-easy to make: knit two flat strips, and sew them together in a spiral.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
If you like this, but prefer gloves, check out my Texel Gloves!
Knitting: Mittens
Fiery reds or a cool black and white - what’s it going to be? Or
Knitting: Gloves
If you like this, but prefer fingerless mittens, check out my Fingerless Texels! Both patterns are also available in the Texel eBook.
Knitting: Gloves, Fingerless Gloves
Two years ago I spent a wonderful autumn holiday in the woods of Birnam (Scotland). The vivid yellow of this yarn brought back a whole load of exciting and colourful memories connected with that holiday. I chose stitch patterns that resemble a thicket of empty branches, with some autumn coloured leaves still hanging in there – just the way I rem...
Knitting: Gloves
Here is a pattern to make your favourite variegated yarn sparkle!
Knitting: Gloves
This pattern is available in both English and German.
Knitting: Mittens
These mittens are done in a dense brioche rib pattern, making them thick and warm!
Knitting: Gloves
The chevron pattern of these gloves mimics the pattern of a feather, and this is carried all the way up into the fingers. Choose a fingering weight wool that is self striping, but with rather quick colour changes, so that you don’t end up with fingers that are half (or even all) in one colour.
Knitting: Gloves
Knitting gloves with fingers can be a bit of a challenge. To make it easy for you, these gloves are done in stocking stitch with a bit of garter stitch only – but nonetheless with a lot of effect due to the contrasting yarns and all the pointy bits!