Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Because she is knitworthy and LOVES getting hand knits from me, the gal who cuts my hair always gets a winter accessory for herself and her daughter in lieu of a cash tip around November. This year, I made Autumn a pair of fingerless mitts and threw together these little cuffs for Tindall using the same yarn. Hope any little princesses you make ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was posted in the As Seen in TV and Movies Group and I took it on as a challenge. I am happy with the result and I think it’s pretty close. Regardless it makes for a nice, snug warm hat. It fits both my little head and my husband’s monster head well and looks very masculine when worn by a man and yet interesting if not ̶...
Knitting: Pet - Other
When our beloved “son” Ty (of the canine four-legged variety) died, we had him privately cremated. The Humane Society, which does the private cremations, provides a very utilitarian yet nice urn. It even comes with a space and a clear cover for a photo on the top. However, I wanted to adorn it somehow along the sides. At first I thought about gl...
My neighbor and friend Diana LOVES dragonflies. Now that I have learned to do two-handed stranded knitting, I am able to make her a hat with a band of dragonflies around it. I am sooooo excited. I am happy to share the chart I designed with anyone else who loves dragonflies or has a friend who does. I chose purple and green because they are her ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
My friend Bev was bemoaning not having a clue as to what to get her husband Colin for his birthday in September. She refuses to buy him more t-shirts and they are not extravagant gift spenders in the best of economic times. So, I valiantly offered to knit Colin a hat for her to gift him with.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket, Not a pattern
This “recipe” is suggestive only of a possible way to replicate the coat so popular during the 2010 Olympic games that the girls presenting the medals wore. I have not knit it, so I have no idea if it works, but if you are adventurous and want some kind of starting place, feel free to take a look and spark the designer in you!
This pattern came from a request of another Raveler for a way to knit the hat her son wanted and of which he showed her a picture. I wrote a pattern based on guesswork and the picture and sent it to her and ….lo and behold! It worked!!! So, with some tweaks from her, I have put the pattern up for anyone else with a desire to knit this hat :).