Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Throw
Here’s another way to use those fiddly bits of sock/fingering yarn you’ve collected over the years to create something beautiful for your home. This pattern utilizes scraps sized from a few inches, up to multiple yards. An added bonus is the simple garter stitch construction (perfect for tv binge-watching). And there are no ends to w...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
After years of projects, most knitters eventually accumulate a substantial load of leftover worsted weight yarn. We just can’t bear to throw it out. Well, shovel that rainbow load of scrap into this gratifying project for you or a gift and have some fun mixing and matching!
Knitting: Cowl
If you’re like me and save even the smallest “fiddly bits” of sock/fingering yarn for future use, then you’ll like this project. You create your own ball of yarn by knotting those bits together - nothing like being thrifty and artistic. Check out Hipknitizer’s Yarn Nuggets on Etsy if you want to pump up your scrap s...
Knitting: Slippers
I like the idea of over-sized baby booties, so I created Boogie Shooz with a quirky sense of style for grown a** women. They are knit with yarn held double throughout, feature a stretch ribbed cuff to keep out drafts and button polka dots.
Knitting: Slippers
I like the idea of over-sized baby booties, so I created Boogie Shooz to keep your tootsies toasty with a quirky sense of style for grown a** women. They are knit with yarn held double throughout, feature a stretchy ribbed cuff to keep out drafts and sassy stripes.
Knitting: Purse
The bag construction is basic. The textured front, back and stockinette bottom gusset are knit in one piece on either long single points or a circular needle. The side stockinette gussets with 1k, 1p rib pockets are set in the sides with single crochet. The upper edge is a provisional cast on leaving live stitches for the attached I-cord trim. F...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I’ve always been fascinated by the gardening world quest to create a true blue rose. Many dedicated rose growers have tried over the years to produce a sky blue rose but as of yet that perfection has remained mysteriously elusive. Here’s to those that have tried and Portland, Oregon, the City of Roses.