Jane Comyns

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Celebration Shawlette is a small shawl that is the perfect accessory to have in your closet. It can easily be draped over your shoulders or wrapped around your neck for a little extra warmth with an elegant grace. Knit with sock yarn, it makes a gorgeous lightweight accessory.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
A cosy neckwarmer featuring an allover old English cable pattern. Torden means thunder in Norwegian, a suitable name for such an actively textured piece. All that sound and fury is captured in this one accessory that can be worn with buttons or a shawl pin to hold it in place.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
An elegant tam featuring an allover old English cable pattern. Lyn means lightening in Norwegian, a feature that is echoed in the elaborate texture of the piece. The twisting cables of the design seem to shoot jaggedly towards the centre point on top of this hat, just like lightening bolts.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl, Beret, Tam
The is a Double Pattern, including written patterns and charts for both the tam and neckwarmer
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I originally designed this Mock Cable Hat to go with my popular Kids Mock Cable Scarf. A lot of people had asked me if I could create an accompanying hat so that they could make a set to gift to that “special little someone” in their lives. When I finished the first sample, my teenage daughter loved it so much that she begged me to make an adul...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A light weight, mid-season hat, “Raindrop” was inspired by a nomadic life lived in notoriously rainy places. The colour choice pays homage to my present nearest city, Seattle, WA. The beads are pre-strung on to the yarn and then placed at the base of each raindrop to add depth and a watery glimmer to the finished hat.
Knitting: Scarf
This project started life as a commission from my cousin who was looking for a child’s scarf that would actually fit his 3yr old. I chose to design it with a large buttonhole (keyhole) to encourage my little friend’s independence as he’d just become a big brother. Now he loves getting himself ready to go outside all on his own.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The African Hope Hat is a great introduction to stranded knitting for those looking for a simple starter project. It can be adjusted to fit a variety of head sizes, although the Patons Classic Wool Merino which I used has enough stretch in it to accommodate most head sizes anyway. The hat is 5.5 inches deep from the CO edge to the start of the ...