Heidi Schultz

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eBook : 4 patterns

The knitted Christmas sweater is an iconic symbol both of the avid knitter and the holiday spirit. This timeless classic has been scaled down and reworked to adorn another icon of the holiday season – the ball ornament! Knit one or all 8 designs, play around with the color combinations to make a gift uniquely yours! These delightful ornaments are fun and quick to knit and make wonderfully welcome gifts.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These cute little mitts are the perfect accessory for keeping your hands warm while leaving your fingers free to text, type, and find your house keys. Simple chevron shaping provides interest and texture while highlighting the unique hand-painted characteristics of the yarn.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This wrap is redolent of the sea side, sitting around the shoulders like sea foam or flowing like the tail of a mermaid. For spring days by the waterside and cool summer evenings, this striking cotton wrap will keep the chill off your shoulders and add an elegant touch to any outfit. The asymmetrical shawl spirals in on itself like a sea shell a...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
What to do with beautifully hand painted yarn? The dye work is stunning but obscures most texture patterns, leaving you with an unsatisfying mess that shows off neither the yarn nor your knitting. Antheraea is the answer! Simple mitered shaping and short rows add design interest while leaving the yarn and dye work to shine
Knitting: Cowl
You may not be able to turn back time, but you can turn heads with this beautiful and decadent cowl. This loose, drapey cowl worked in a luxuriously soft and warm yarn will add a classic finish to your cool weather wardrobe. A bit looser than the standard cowl, the slack can easily be taken up with a lovely shawl pin for those extra cool days or...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This roomy slouch hat is just what you need to keep cozy on long winter walks in the woods . The easily memorized traditional fir cone lace pattern adds a bit of elegant texture and interest. With plenty of space to tuck long hair up out of the way, this hat will be a favorite accessory in your winter wardrobe.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This asymmetrical wrap is the perfect finishing touch to your spring and summer wardrobe. The interesting curved triangle shaping is complimented by simple yet striking lace bands that keep the knitting interesting and add texture to the finished piece. The lace is based on traditional lace patterns sometimes referred to as cat’s paws, making th...
Knitting: Cowl
Keep warm without the bulk of a full length scarf with this striking yet easy to knit buttoned cowl. Worked in a fun ombre yarn, you will catch eyes coming and going. The buttons add just a hint of extra interest and allow the cowl to be worn open or closed depending on the weather or your whim.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Baby sweaters and jackets are a great way to put small amounts of beautiful yarn to use, even without a specific baby in mind! This jacket is knit in one piece, from the top down, with the sleeves knitted in the round after the body of the jacket is complete. Small cables set off the raglan shaping and add just the right touch of textural intere...
Knitting: Scarf
This crescent shaped scarf or shawlette is trimmed with a pretty lace edging reminiscent of spring blooms. Knit in a soft, warm wool it will keep the chill off your neck without too much bulk to your winter ensemble yet is light enough to keep on while indoors. The stitch pattern compliments the beauty of the hand-dyed yarn perfectly, without co...
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
Nothing beats an old-fashioned red rubber hot water bottle for sore muscles . Covering your bottle with a soft, hand knit case will not only help the water stay hot (or cold) longer, but feels wonderful on achy limbs. Use soft yarns and a fun color pattern to create your own one of a kind cover and bring comfort to the whole family. With this de...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The knitted Christmas sweater is an iconic symbol both of the avid knitter and the holiday spirit. This timeless classic has been scaled down and reworked to adorn another icon of the holiday season – the ball ornament! Knit one or both designs, play around with the color combinations! These delightful ornaments are fun and quick to knit and mak...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These lacy little anklets will add just the right amount of warmth for fall or spring days. Knit from the toe up and finished with a pretty picot bind off at the cuff, these socks add the perfect bit of sweetness
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Inspired by the intriguing shapes of the misty Alaskan fjords, the simple knit and purl stitch pattern is easy enough to knit while on the most distracting of vacations, but interesting enough to keep your reaching for your needles. The stitch pattern combines well with hand painted yarns, but will also work with solid or semi solid yarns to pro...
Knitting: Cowl
This little confection of a cowl is worked in a loose and airy wrapped stitch to give a lacy feel without working any lace stitches. Ribbons of contrasting color add a touch of texture, like ripples of frosting on my favorite tiny cakes. Finished off with a subtle picot edging this cowl is a great project to show off some beautiful hand dyed yarns.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Inspired by the beautiful tones of cream and yellow in the hand dyed yarn, the fun rippled texture of the slightly overspun singles and shape of the lacy cable patterns is reminiscent of buttercups and daffodils on early spring days. These toe-up socks are easy to knit and will brighten even the most dreary of winter mornings. The extra long gus...
Knitting: Cowl
This easy knit cowl is the perfect accessory for cool days spent out and about wandering city street, country roads or forest trails. A hint of lace keeps the knitting interesting and gives just the right amount of texture for a beautiful hand painted ombre yarn. A bit more generous around the neck than many other cowls, you can even keep it on ...
Knitting: Cowl
The lace pattern used for this cowl reminds me of dragon scales and the texture of the shale rocks along the rugged shores of my native California. Worked in a soft, single ply yarn it has an ethereal, fog like quality that is pretty and functional on the chilliest of days.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These pretty fingerless mitts will keep your wrists and hands warm while leaving your fingers free for your phone or tablet or finding your keys on chilly spring and fall days. With a fun twisted edge at the cuff and pretty yet easy to follow leaf lace pattern, there is plenty of detail to keep any knitter interested in the project. These mitts ...
Knitting: Scarf
This lace pattern is simple and easy to memorize, yet lends a beautiful texture to the edge of this scarf that reminds me of the froth that forms as waves crest on windy days. Worked up in a drapey silk or bamboo blend yarn, the wrap will be perfect for keeping the breeze at bay on cool spring and fall afternoons. This would work equally well in...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The knitted Christmas sweater is an iconic symbol both of the avid knitter and the holiday spirit. This timeless classic has been scaled down and reworked to adorn another icon of the holiday season – the ball ornament! Knit one or both designs, play around with the color combinations! These delightful ornaments are fun and quick to knit and mak...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The knitted Christmas sweater is an iconic symbol both of the avid knitter and the holiday spirit. This timeless classic has been scaled down and reworked to adorn another icon of the holiday season – the ball ornament! Knit one or both designs, play around with the color combinations! These delightful ornaments are fun and quick to knit and mak...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The knitted Christmas sweater is an iconic symbol both of the avid knitter and the holiday spirit. This timeless classic has been scaled down and reworked to adorn another icon of the holiday season – the ball ornament! Knit one or both designs, play around with the color combinations! These delightful ornaments are fun and quick to knit and mak...
Knitting: Scarf
The pleated (or goffered) edge of this crescent shaped neck scarf adds interest, whimsy and texture to a functional and fashionable accessory. The scarf is knit lengthwise, using short-rows and increases for shaping. An eyelet and garter edge helps minimize rolling at the neck. Knit in a super-soft yarn, this will quickly become one of your favo...
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This beautifully draped scarf, knit in a super-soft, luxurious yarn, is a great way to keep a slight chill off the back of your neck on cool spring days or crisp summer nights. The lace pattern is easy to knit and gives the wrap extra movement, like waves and eddies on a river.
Knitting: Scarf
This cleverly shaped scarf, knit in a super-soft, luxurious yarn, is a great way to keep warm without adding a lot of extra bulk around the neck and down the front of your coat. The lace pattern is easy to knit and brings the perfect touch of spring to even the coldest days.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The modern world is full of technology with touch screens, from cell phones to cash machines to tablet computers; touch screen technology rules our lives. The only problem with all this great new technology is that it’s impossible to answer your phone with full gloves or mittens on. Mitts are a great solution to the touch screen problem! These m...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These cute little mitts are the perfect accessory for keeping your hands warm while leaving your fingers free to text, type, and find your house keys. Leave them on all day in a chilly office or while running your weekend errands! The simple cable is easy to memorize, making this a great project for new cable knitters. These little mitts are als...
Knitting: Poncho
Some days, you don’t need a bulky sweater but can’t get away with all those cute little summer tops and dresses by themselves. The Cherry Bomb Capelet was made for those cool spring and autumn days and evenings, when a sweater is too much but there is still a bit of a chill. The capelet works equally well over long sleeves tops as an extra layer...
Knitting: Pet Clothing
A wide panel with a single cable adorns the back of this the simple yet striking sleeveless mock turtleneck dog vest. The cable keeps the knitting interesting without adding too much difficulty or fuss. The sweater is knit from the top down, making it easy to try the sweater on your dog as you go and adjust the fit as needed. An i-cord edging fi...
Knitting: Pet Clothing
Sometimes everyone needs a little extra love and protection. The design for this sweater was inspired by Molly, my Chihuahua mix who we rescued from a local animal shelter. A lovely combination of easy-to-memorize cables adds texture and interest to the knitting, creating a sweater that will keep your little one warm and wrapped in the knowledge...
Knitting: Pet Toys
These felted fish cat toys are easy and quick to knit, and will provide your cat with hours of fun. This is a great way to use up small amounts of scrap yarn! Try adding stripes to the body of the fish to make a clown fish or a beta fish.
Knitting: Pet Clothing
This sweet dog sweater is worked from the neck down, in the round and is totally seamless. Textured hearts and cables keep the knitting interesting and add interest and whimsy. Your little one will know she is loved every time she wears this sweater!
Knitting: Pet Clothing
This adorable dog sweater features a spiraling stitch pattern that is the perfect combination of cables and lace. The cable twists are cleverly worked without a cable needle, and spiral up the body of the sweater in columns like the twists of a candy cane. Worked in a festive red or pink yarn, this would make a wonderful holiday sweater for a sp...