Adina Higdon

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Animal Toy
This whimsical little bunny brings to mind memories of the Velveteen Bunny, warm summer afternoons, snuggled up on the porch swing, listening to crickets and watching fire flies. Long strolls through grass taller than you with your best friend in tow. Dangling your toes in the pond, watching dragon flies skim the water and catching tadpoles.
Crochet: Animal Toy
This darling little kitty is a perfect companion and play buddy for your little ones greatest adventures. Laying on a blanket in the grass, watching clouds drift by, and grass hoppers hopping about as cicadas hum and bees buzz. From tea parties to games of marbles, tree swings to tree houses, this sweet Little Kitty Rag Doll is up for any feat ...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Perfect little summer socks, ideal for laying on the lawn and counting grass hoppers, chasing butterflies, or making daisy chains.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Tossing snow balls, packing firewood, or tying a fishing fly, these convertible, thrummed mittens can do it all. Completely customizable to fit your needs for optimal warmth and dexterity.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Stocking
Hiking through the forest, walking in the woods, picking your Yule tree or chopping firewood, this hat is perfect for keeping you or your loved ones head warm and looking stylish while doing it.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Stocking
This hat was designed to be practical for working. Worked with Red Hearts reflective yarn it is high visibility and easy wash. You can work in whatever yarn you like but i suggest a wool blend or acrylic. If you use the Red Heart reflective your hat will be useable as personal safety gear on work sites (don’t forget your hard hat).
Knitting: Bonnet, Earflap Hat
Whether tromping through the forest, or prowling in the shadows of your own backyard. This little cap is perfect for any dinosaur or monster in your life!
Knitting: Accessories - Other
Sipping tea with knitting in your lap. Chatelaines holding your notions, tucked into your pocket for safe keeping. Shawl around your shoulders and warm socks on your feet, this little apron completes any knitters ensemble.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This is a great weekend project or project to take on the go, as every row is worked the same. Once you have the stitch down this is a perfect project to work on out and about as no complex pattern to constantly refer to.
Knitting: Knee-highs
These cheeky little socks are great for under kilts and skirts or over leggings. Perfect for keeping legs warm on fall evenings or spring mornings. Whether you are walking through the fog, kicking fallen leaves along a babbling river bank, or watching cherry blossoms fall on a blustery spring day. You will love these little knee high socks.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
This cloche was inspired by the golden age of fashion. Elegance, sophistication, and classic beauty.
Knitting: Slippers
The wood and hill lay under blankets of snow, but the buds and bulbs begin to push forth Breaking earth and dotting tree. The wind is still crisp and the earth still frozen but soon the warming sun will bring back new life.
Knitting: Stocking
Brisk walks over snow covered hills. Ice skating over frozen lakes and ponds. This hat will keep you warm through it all, and with incredible stretch it is a wonderfully versatile cap.
Knitting: Doll, Doll Clothes
Tiny packages wrapped up in string, left on porches to surprise those inside. Mittens for those that are cold, toys for kids that are sick, meals for the hungry and songs sung for the lonely. This kindly little nisse is all about inspiring those around her to give to those in need.
Knitting: Bonnet
Little Tomte leading your goat laden with duffles full of gifts through the snow. Kind Nisse with your big fat pig how long dose your beard grow? Come sit by the fire and warm your cold toes, here is a bowl of porridge and a hanky to wipe your nose.
Knitting: Legwarmers
Crisp breezes gusting through layers. Frost, fires, long walks holding hands, sipping cocoa while riding in a horse drawn sleigh. Crackling fires and cedar bows.
Knitting: Skirt
Beach combing, drift wood dragging, tide pool jumping, this skirt is made for doing it all! This skirt features a light texturing reminiscent of a mermaids scales. Fit and flair with a stretchy touch allows freedom of movement without sacrificing garment attractiveness. Knee length adds extra movability while maintaining style.
Knitting: Cowl
Dark corridors, cold stones, chilled goblets, and red wine. This Gothic era inspired cowl is perfect for keeping your neck warm even when your shoulders are bared.
Knitting: Spats, Fingerless Gloves
Cobwebs, witches brooms, black cats and bubbling cauldrons. These are perfect for keeping arms and legs warm while bat gazing, cauldron stirring and broom riding.
Knitting: Pixie Hat
Pixie dust, fairy rings, dew drops in cobwebs, Jack Frost painting windows, fires crackling, marshmallows in hot cocoa, hot apple cider sipped, warm cups grasped through mittened fingers.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This pattern captures the whimsy of Kitsune the fox spirit. Perfect for dress up, costumes and play.
Knitting: Slippers
Crisp chill morning, autumn leaves scattered across the ground, fog hung low, toadstools in circles, fairy bells tinkling in the distance and lights flicker in and out. Hardwood floors, warm fires, hot cocoa in hand, alpaca sucks and warm woolen slippers.
Knitting: Pixie Hat
Fresh spring greens and dancing in moonbeams. Flower petal dresses, spider web shawls, and curl toed slippers.
Crochet: Purse, Money Purse
Long walks through the woods and down by the beach, jogging in the park, Sunday strolls with mans best friend.
Knitting: Tee
Hunting little blue Robbin eggs, chasing tiny cotton tail bunnies, picking spring daisies, this Raglan Tee is made for it all!
Knitting: Knee-highs
Fresh spring shoots, dirt under your nails, the earth warming under the sun and giving birth to new life. Bulbs springing forth from the damp cool soil, fresh buds bursting free of their steams. The world shaking off her frozen shroud and bearing forth life anew.
Knitting: Knee-highs
Splashing in mud puddles, digging in the garden, cool moist earth beneath your feet and fresh spring bulbs delighting your eyes.
Knitting: Hats - Other
Errata added to pattern. Pattern has been updated.
Crochet: Mittens
Walking through snowy forests or ice skating on a frozen lake in the crisp winter air. Snow ball fights and building ice forts.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
Sitting by the fire on a crisp evening, needles in hand knitting warm socks or a snugly scarf. Fingers nimbly tying line to a hook, sitting by the bank , pole by your side, ready to test the waters and your luck.
Crochet: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
High mountain tops covered in snow, icy wind swept peeks. Rosy cheeks wrapped up in warm coverings. This little Tunisian jacket is a reflection of far off country sides and a time reminiscent of yesteryear’s. This pattern is what Full Knitted Jacket is all about! Nordic inspired clothing that will whisk you away in spirit to another land.
Knitting: Bracelet
This great Holiday Lace bracelet collection is sure to please with 4 adorable PATTERNS for detailed options on how to make multiple bracelets from these 2 holiday favorite treats, giving you a wonderful variety of bracelet options. Perfect for making gifts and Holiday stocking stuffers.
Knitting: Bracelet
This great Hanukkah Lace bracelet collection is sure to please with 2 stunning PATTERNS, complete with adaptions for a wonderful variety of bracelet options. Perfect for making gifts and Holiday stocking stuffers.
Knitting: Bracelet
This great Holiday Lace bracelet collection is sure to please with 6 stunning PATTERNS for a wonderful variety of bracelet options. Perfect for making gifts and Holiday stocking stuffers.
Knitting: Pullover
Peach cobbler, blueberry pie and Peppermint candy, this extra comfy, over sized, little sweater is as sweet as your little love.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This pattern has endless possibilities for seasons to come. Perfect for posing for pictures or playing, from dress up to every day.
Knitting: Legwarmers
This highly adjustable pattern gives you endless options for leg and arm warmers for your little one. From below the knee to thigh high. Great for babies, crawlers, cruisers, toddlers and walkers. When baby out grows them mom can use them to keep her wrists warm!