Heidi Gustad

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Tote
Knitting: Cowl
Knit with 50g each of two different colors of worsted weight yarn, this knitter-friendly pattern is great for folks looking to level up their brioche knitting. Knit with stretchy cast ons and bind offs you might not encounter every day, in addition to two color brioche rib in the round, the Funkasonic Cowl is so much fun to make & wear.
Knitting: Cowl
Finished Size
Knitting: Scarf
The Ruby Stole is a great way to master simple short rows, twisted stitches and basic lace, all in a single skein pattern. The three techniques combine elegantly to form a pear-shaped motif inspired by one of the many shapes rubies take. Throughout this pattern, this motif adds texture and dimensionality to a straightforward garment silhouette....
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Worked from the cuff down, these fun socks take a classic sock structure and turn it on its head - literally. The cuff, ankle and heel flap of these socks are actually worked inside out before turning the sock right side out to construct the gusset, foot and toe sections. Why? The rick rack stitch used to create a thick rib on the cuff of the s...
Knitting: Scarf
Get your hands on the Rhombuster Scarf pattern, a colorful new design from Heidi Gustad. Don’t think scarf patterns can surprise you? Give the Rhombuster a shot to try something new!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
You might not believe it by looking at them, but these fingerless mittens are actually worked flat! The Feel Good Mitts are a perfect skill builder for knitters wanting to master new techniques that are useful for making a wide range of knitwear.
Knitting: Mittens
The Funkasonic Mittens were designed alongside their sister pattern, the Funkasonic Mukluks. Both are intended to be fun, fresh and colorful, but also to challenge knitters to try new techniques and be brave with color.
Knitting: Slippers, Mid-calf Socks
The Funkasonic Mukluks were designed alongside their sister pattern, the Funkasonic Mittens. Both are intended to be fun, fresh and colorful, but also to challenge knitters to try new techniques and be brave with color.
Knitting: Cowl
The Quinque cowl is a simple looking, sleek garment for transitional weather. Designed to rest close to the skin, the Quinque uses an ultra soft, light-feeling yarn and incorporates two drawstrings for easy, casual wear. The name quinque comes from the Latin word for five, and as a name, this suits this garmentʼs understated appearance.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
The Delta Hat is an asymmetrical hat with a garter stitch flap that can be left down for added coverage or buttoned up for a cute, cloche look. The side of the hat opposite the flap features a triangle motif reminiscent of art deco architecture, and the off-center decreases help this hat lie naturally at a jaunty angle.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Howdy Ombré is a versatile, bias knit bandana featuring easy colorwork. It travels well in every sense. As a work-in-progress, it fits easily in a travel bag, and as a finished garment, it makes a handy accessory that works for casual layering as well as formal wear.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This fun, colorful pattern works up quickly. The Turtle Mitts are knit both in the round and flat, and feature ribbing and a bold colorwork section. Nothing is worse than a baggy hand warmer, so these mitts are specifically designed with some stretch throughout to help this single-size pattern fit close to the skin.