Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
This is my Red Riding Hood…ed Scarf! This beautiful extra long scarf with attached hood is long enough to wrap around the neck and shoulders more than once and the large hood keeps out the brisk winter cold to keep your ears, head, and neck nice and toasty warm! This is an easy pattern that you will have finished in just one weekend, maybe...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This beautiful baby blanket pattern is knit is mitre squares. It is not sewn together! Instead, the stitches for each square are either cast on or picked up from a previous square. There are a few tricky parts when picking up the stitches for the squares, but this would be a great pattern for an adventurous beginner or an advanced knitter lookin...
This cowl is made using a provisional cast on and a grafting bind off. When grafted together, the cable matches up and it appears seamless. This cowl is knit in a chunky yarn with big needles and knits up fast! In the PDF, you receive a pattern for both the cowl and the long scarf.
This scarf pattern is created using chunky yarn and big needles. The knitting pattern has garter stitch on the sides and a bold horseshoe cable down the center and would be a perfect scarf for a woman or a man. With purchase, you receive the PDF including both the long horseshoe cable pattern and the horseshoe cowl.
This crochet pattern is for my “Jamie Cowl”! This warm oversized cowl is crocheted in a super bulky weight yarn that keeps you comfy and warm! This cowl has three large functioning buttons and the look of the cowl can change depending on how it is buttoned!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This baby blanket is knit from the center out using an original heart pattern around the center and along the border. The knitting starts on double pointed needles and changes to a circular needle when the piece is large enough.
This knit pattern is for my “Rib It” cowl scarf! This warm cowl stays close to the neck and is knit in a worsted weight wool blend yarn. This scarf has two different looks depending on how you wear it. If you wear it one way, it has vertical ribs to give an added dimension to the cowl. If you turn it around, it has horizontal ribs th...
This knit pattern is for my “Flip It” chunky scarf! This warm cowl stays close to the neck and is knit in a super bulky weight yarn that keeps you comfy and warm! These scarves can be worn two ways. Flap up and folded over. This looks great over a zipped up coat. It can also be worn with the flap down covering the top of your chest u...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This is a simple lace design that really knits up beautifully. This yarn is so wonderful to knit with, too! This is an easy lace pattern. I would suggest this for a second or third time lace knitter or an ambitious beginner. You will be following 2 charts at a time and this may get confusing.