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eBook : 10 patterns

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Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Gloves
This is the fourth release from the Warm Hands, Warm Hearts collection. The seed for this design was sewn when I made a pair of fingerless gloves for my husband Sam. I love the combination of twisted stitch ribs and moss stitch with a cable that entwines on the back of the hand and knitting the 2nd and 3rd fingers in rib whilst the others finger...
Knitting: Mittens
Mrs T’s Mittens is the first design from the Warm Hands, Warm Hearts collection of 5 mitten and glove designs featuring Jeanette Sloan Baby Alpaca DK. With each release the patterns will be available individually as PDFs (priced at £3.00) or collectively as an ebook priced at £8.00 from December 2013.
Knitting: Mittens
Simpson is the third pattern from the Warm Hands, Warm Hearts collection.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Sweet Brown is the second design from the Warm Hands Warm Hearts collection.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This beanie is worked in a clever two colour quilted stitch that uses 2 different methods of slipping stitches to create a gorgeously dense fabric that’s snug to wear. I’ve chosen a rich colour combination of chestnut and fuschia but it would also look great worked in a single colour for a more subtle textural look
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
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Knitting: Mittens, Gloves, Fingerless Gloves
This design is both pretty & versatile as it offers 3 different styles from the same pattern for 3 very different looks. The basic pattern is for a plain glove with the fern pattern placed on the back of the hand but there are also instructions for lacy fingerless mitts and beaded mittens. Sized to fit an average ladies’ hand all styles are ...
Knitting: Pillow
Zig-zagging cables and vertical columns of 1 x 1 rib are worked over a background of reverse stocking stitch creating this densely textured stitch pattern. The cushion can be backed with a bright woven fabric in a matching colourway for a modern interiors look
Knitting: Pillow
This design uses the provisional crochet cast on method which allows the columns of tapered calliper cables to grow out of the centre of the cushion. With slip stitches used to create subtle stripes which break up the areas of stocking stitch this cushion is backed with a bright woven fabric for a modern interiors look
Knitting: Scarf, Accessories - Other
Infinity scarves continue to be very ‘on trend’ and this one uses a simple 2 row repeat to create a large, crochet-effect openwork fabric. Edie is great for last minute gift knitting as it’s very quick to knit (in fact you could cast on now and have it finished this evening) and the version shown is knitted in the Mulberry shade of Jeanett...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero, Scarf, Cowl
THIS IS AN EXTREMELY VERSATILE DESIGN THAT CAN BE WORN BUTTONED AS EITHER A SHRUG, COWL OR IF YOU PREFER, UNBUTTONED AS A SCARF. THE ORIEL STITCH IS A
Knitting: Cowl
This isn’t really deep enough to be a snood so I’m calling it a collar but either way it’s a great way to add a splash of colour to an outfit. Worked in the round on a circular needle the lozenge name is taken from the shape of the mock cable motif, lace and bobble pattern.
Knitting: Scarf
This richly textured scarf is a combination of cables, slip stitches and yarn overs which travel both up and down the design and look great both on the right and wrong sides of the fabric.
Knitting: Tote
Pattern now available as a pdf from my Ravelry Pattern Store here
Knitting: Bag - Other
Take the sort of patterning you find on carpets of the Far East and mix it with the shape of a Doctor’s bag and you get this.
Knitting: Scarf
The gently curving side edges on this scarf are created by a combination of yarn overs and double central decreases which create the lace motifs. Knitted in a worsted spun 100% cashmere yarn the scarf is worked in two pieces so that the pattern travels from the ends towards the centre and then grafted using Kitchener stitch. A lightweight but lu...
Knitting: Cowl
This unisex cowl is quick to knit and sure to be a winter warming lifesaver on a chilly day.Worked in the round on a circular needle the mock cable and rib pattern is only 6 rounds long so once you’ve got used to working the mock cable you can enjoy the knitting.
Knitting: Messenger Bag
This easy to wear design is suitable for knitters from advanced beginner upwards. Generously sized it’s knitted on straight needles the decoration is created by knitting with 3 colours of beads with shaping kept deliberately simple so that you can enjoy the beadwork. As the bag is knitted in Rowan Denim and takes into account the shrinkage...
Knitting: Purse
This easy to wear design is suitable for knitters from advanced beginner upwards. Knitted on straight needles the decoration is created by knitting with 2 colours of beads with shaping kept deliberately simple so that you can enjoy the beadwork. As the bag is knitted in Rowan Denim and takes into account the shrinkage of the yarn I would advise ...
Knitting: Purse
This is a generous sized felted bag that’s knitted in Jamieson & Smith’s 2 ply Jumperweight but DOUBLED throughout.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This design is a little salute to the fashion house Missoni and their trademark colourful chevron knits.
Knitting: Scarf
An easy to wear skinny scarf that can be worn long or wound round more times for extra cosiness, this design features the ever popular Dayflower lace pattern worked into a funky but chunky design
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This design would suit an advanced beginner / intermediate knitter and combines slipped stitch stripes and short row shaping on a reverse stocking stitch background.
Knitting: Collar
Originally published in The Knitter this collar is knitted on two needles with the yarn doubled. The fingerless mittens which are new and a great stashbusting project are knitted in the round using a single end of yarn.
Knitting: Purse
Inspired by the colours of the souk in Marrakesh this bag is knitted flat on two needles with a base worked in slip stitch stripes which creates a bright contrast to the bag sides which are worked i n intarsia, swiss darning and subtle 2 colour bead knitting. After felting which gives the bag it’s structure, several embroidery techniques ~ chain...
Knitting: Scarf
The design is great for a beginner as it uses simple knit & purl with a touch of slip stitch for effect. The mock cable detail is worked on a background of reverse stocking stitch. You could easily make this scarf more generous in size by increasing the length
Knitting: Scarf
Short row shaping and slip stitches combine to create the undulating effect in the edges of this scarf.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mittens are cosily soft and will definitely keep you warm throughout the chilly season. Ideal for an advanced beginner / intermediate knitter this design uses simple knit & purl, a touch of slip stitch for effect and basic shaping for the thumbs.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Shaped areas of lace holes rise and fall around the crown of this simple beanie which is worked flat in stocking stitch on 2 needles.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This slouchy style hat is perfect for a beginner knitter as there’s very little shaping involved plus basic knit and purl stitches to create a moss stitch texture
Knitting: Scarf
A lacy beaded scarf that combines a gorgeously soft cashmere/silk blend yarn with a touch of bling. I’ve used sh 50 Camel of the Trendsetter ‘Kashmir’ here but it would look just as good in either of the alternatives given.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This sock which has a contrast coloured cabled cuff, heel and toe section is knitted using the ‘magic loop’ method
Knitting: Sachet, Hanger Cover
This pattern was originally published under my maiden name of Jeanette Trotman and was called ‘Bedroom Set’ although you could of course use it anywhere! It’s a great stash project as you only need a ball of each yarn and it’s quick to knit so it’s also ideal for a last minute gift