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Knitting: Cardigan
With Bare Naked Wools Breakfast Blend DK you will want to jump on in to this great cardigan project. It’s got all the fun—raglan shaping, great cable combo, and comfy shawl collar. This flattering cardigan is sure to keep you cozy this fall and winter, especially with this toasty wool/alpaca blend yarn.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
These two hats were created to swatch for the Glentrekker Cardigan. Those who purchase the cardigan pattern will receive this hat pattern for free. It’s a fun way to get gauge!
Knitting: Cardigan
The Meme Cardigan is designed in honor of my mom, LaRue, who has become known as “Meme” in our family. She has three granddaughters who have called her Meme over the years and now five great-grandchildren who address her thusly--she calls them her “GG’s.”
Knitting: Pullover
The Magdalena, a collaboration with MacKintosh Yarn, was influenced by women’s Medieval garments, and especially the painting “Mary Magdalene” by Dutch painter Jan van Scorel (1495-1562).
Knitting: Scarf
Inspired by the Art Deco style for the Brendigan Scarf, I searched for lace stitch patterns that would convey this look. Art Deco began in the 1920’s in Paris as a departure from the organic style of Art Nouveau as tastes moved more toward technology. The angular, geometric shapes in this scarf embody Art Deco as I interpret that wonderful artis...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Ivywalk Stole is a collaboration of three different lace patterns and a sweet feather and fan edging. The stole begins with the scalloped edging and transitions to an intriguing border with diamonds and twisted stitch detail, where the simple slipped-stitch and open lace side edging also begins. From there the design progresses to the main t...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
If you need a sweet beginner Fair isle project, this might be the perfect one for you. This warm, yet lightweight hat is knit on larger needles than usual for fingering, yet turns out just right. Instructions include numbers for two different depths so that you may customize your hat for your own wearing--mid-ear or covering the earlobe.
Knitting: Scarf
The look of this design is random, but is actually made of a series of cables worked within a framework of twisted rib. The wandering stitch pattern repeats six times and begins and ends with simple 1/1 twisted rib. The design is subtle, yet interesting enough for any discerning scarf wearer.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are named Ironwork because the colorwork pattern reminds me of wrought iron work. The idea came to me as I was learning Fair Isle knitting--I wanted a project that would give me practice, but that would not involve steeks and rapid color changes. Keeping the colorwork away from the shaping areas allows singular focus, and the use of ...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This simple hat has just a touch of peek-a-boo arch lace to make it interesting and you may adjust the depth of your hat by adding one of two different edges according to how deep you like to wear it. Worked in worsted weight yarn, this hat works up very quickly.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Make your own Viking warrior cap with our Ingefred pattern. Its modular construction gives you lots of choices—make a headband, a beanie, or a full-blown ear flap hat all from one pattern. Start with the cabled band, join the ends, and expand your headgear from there, if you wish. Pompoms are optional, but the coziness is a certainty, especially...
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Ingelill is our Viking hat for little folks! Its modular construction gives you lots of choices—make a headband, a beanie, or an ear flap hat all from one pattern. Start with the cabled band, join the ends, and expand from there. Pompoms and bobbles are optional and you can line the band for extra warmth.
Crochet: Cowl
I fell in love with this stitch pattern because it looks like little bricks stacked up to make a wall of warmth. It’s an easy pattern, yet looks complicated. This cowl would be a great next step after learning to crochet with our Learn to Crochet Cowl, which as the name implies, teaches you to work chain, single crochet, and double crochet stitc...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Merripog means “happy kiss,” because these socks have just enough of a happy kiss of colorwork to keep things interesting. I designed these socks as I was practicing my two-handed color knitting and wanted to be able to take breaks between the color changes. The cuff starts with a contrast color, adds the main color in a flowery patt...
Knitting: Cardigan
The construction is basic top-down raglan with ribbed button and buttonhole bands and edges, but the real benefit of the pattern is that it includes instruction for making this classic cardigan in four different gauges, meaning four different yarn weights (6, 5, 4, and 3 sts to the inch). It’s like having four patterns in one. The sample s...
Knitting: Cardigan
The construction is basic top-down raglan with ribbed button and buttonhole bands and edges, but the real benefit of the pattern is that it includes instruction for making this classic cardigan in four different gauges, meaning four different yarn weights (6, 5, 4, and 3 sts to the inch). It’s like having four patterns in one. The samples ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Now available as a Mirth PDF download! Named for the only standing tower of the notorious Scottish Graham clan, this Faroese-style shawlette features an Argyle lace pattern bordered by Celtic lace. The shawlette finishes out to a generous 27 inches deep and 58 inches wide. Made with Ravenwood 100% US domestic cashmere (grown, milled and spun in ...
Knitting: Cardigan
This versatile pattern is written in four different gauges, which means that you may use virtually any yarn for this classic children’s cardigan--it’s like four patterns in one!
Knitting: Cardigan
This versatile pattern is written in four different gauges, which means that you may use virtually any yarn for this classic baby cardigan--it’s like four patterns in one!
Knitting: Cardigan
The Wanda Nell is a lightweight cardigan that was designed specifically for knitting with sock yarn, preferably hand dyed and hand painted sock yarn. Knitting the WN with sock yarn on a bit larger needles produces a lovely fabric that’ll keep you warm during the spring and summer (think air conditioning!) but won’t be too heavy.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Lovely mitts with a Bavarian twisted stitch cable combination on the back of the hand, knit from the cuff up with gusseted thumb and 2/2 ribbed edges.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Knit from the top down, this beret is made with four sections of stockinette stitch graced with two different cables and a lace increase line for just the right touch of texture. The 2/2 rib edging snugs just right and the 100% cashmere yarn keeps your head oh-so-warm without the weight of wool.
Crochet: Cowl
Kathy’s Cowl is a lovely lacy cowl worked in the round in a crocheted arch stitch. Begun at the top, increases are worked into the stitch pattern to gracefully widen the cowl for sitting comfortably on the shoulders.
Knitting: Scarf
This lovely fairy-light lace scarf is knit in two directions, beginning in the middle, with the Ostrich Plumes lace pattern. At each end two ribbed gores are worked into the lace pattern to form a delightful flounce. The two sections may either be joined with kitchener to produce an interrupted flow of the lace pattern or the stitches for the se...
Crochet: Cowl
If you’ve been meaning to learn to crochet, here’s a pattern that not only teaches you to chain, make single crochet stitches, double crochet stitches, and increases--it also teaches you how to crochet in the round. The result is a comfy cowl you’ll be happy to wear or make for someone special. All steps of the process are expl...
Knitting: Billed Hat
I worked up this cabled baseball cap in memory of my grandaddy, Dexter Orville Alford. Knit in chunky weight yarn, you can literally make one in an evening.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Designed for my daughter Emily’s 30th birthday, this delicate twist stitch hat ends in a flowery crown. Try it in an angora or mohair for flair!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is the cabled blanket in the Figheadh pattern Mairead, #2225.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Bubble cables emerge from 2/2 rib and extend up to the tip top of this simple cable cap. Designed for my daughter Jessica’s 28th birthday.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
Designed for my daughter Natalie’s 26th birthday, this hat has a double-fabric hem under which you can knit in the recipient’s initials (chart for initials included in pattern). The brim has a diamond stitch pattern and the body of the hat has three knit/purl patterns, one of which is the Tree of Life in honor of Natalie’s arbo...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Once a part of the Secret Garden set, #2226, now the Sawtooth Shawlette stands on its own and looks lovely in this hand dyed yarn from Fantail Fibers. This easy shawlette would be a good project to get your shawlette fix before moving on to a more difficult shawl project.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This easy baby blanket was part of the Figheadh Little Charlie Brown Baby Set, #2221. We separated it out from the garment pattern, so now the two can be different projects.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
The Clockwise Crochet Cap starts at the tippy-top and winds its way on down to the brim. The clockwise swirling stitch pattern is an easy trick using only chain and single crochet stitches. Once the increases are taken care of, the sides of the cap proceed on down using only single crochet. You can make it as deep as you wish—beanie style or cov...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Feather Lace Socks are a dream if you’ve been wishing for a light, feminine sock either for yourself or for a very special gift. Knit them in a luxury yarn like this Schaefer Audrey and you’ll feel positively royal. Knit these lace socks with superfine weight yarn on size 1 needles from the toe up, put in a short row heel, and finish them off wi...
Knitting: Cowl
The Hyacinth Neck Cozy is covered with alternating twisted-stitch cables and lace panels. Make yourself one with DK weight yarn on size 6 16” circular needles. It also helps to have a stitch marker and a cable needle. The project starts at the lower edge in the round and decreases in circumference toward the top for a snug fit just under the chin
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Mosey Cable & Lace Wrap is an amalgam of tilting cables, lace columns, biscuity lace edges and cable fingers all joining together to make a lovely swath of cozy. Make it with your favorite sock weight yarn, like this Schaefer Nicole in Thistle. You’ll need some size 4 needles, some stitch markers, a cable needle and a few blissful days s...
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
The Wavy Mitts & Cap are great for either semi-solid or any hand painted fingering weight yarn. The wave and chevron pattern gracing the edges of both the mitts and the cap play well with color changes. Start by making the wavy cuff, which finishes later with buttons at the inside wrist, and then pick up stitches to make the mitt hand in a s...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These are some cozy cable mitts knit from the knuckle down so you can make the cuff as long as you want. Work them on 2 circulars, one long circular, or 5 dpn, whatever you prefer. About 125 yards of worsted weight yarn and size 7 or 8 needles (according to yarn and your tension) will be enough for a pair.
Knitting: Vest
Ailsa’s bodice is worked in three pieces and seamed together before picking up stitches along its lower border and working the skirt from there down…as far as you want to go! The cables & lace lower body of the garment increases as it goes. Rib cage measurement (just below the bust) is the main reference point, allowing this top ...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Coralee Ankle Socks are knit from the toe up with a short-row heel on superfine weight yarn for a gauge of 32 sts and 44 rnds to 4”/10 cm. The pattern includes 4 sizes from XS to L and takes approximately 150 to 300 yards to knit. The lace pattern, which begins on the toe and continues up to the complimentary lace rib cuff, emanates from a centr...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Lo Shu is a generous cable and lace wrap measuring 25” x 60” and the pattern gives the option of working it as a scarf. The name comes from the nine-square shaping provided by the lace pattern, which looks like the 3 x 3 Lo Shu Magic Square of Chinese Legend, which inspired Feng Shui and so much more. This lovely wrap will inspir...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Fundamental Watch Cap pattern has instructions for NINE sizes and SIX different yarn weights. No gauge info appears here because you can use virtually any yarn with this pattern to create a versatile cap for anyone from premie size to XL adult. This pattern is great for any yarn in your stash!
Knitting: Cardigan
Annabelle is a girls’ cardigan featuring lace, Bavarian stitches and edges of seed stitch. It is sized from children’s size 2-12 and worked with DK weight yarn in pieces and assembled.
Knitting: Pullover
Declan is a modular pullover pattern for children’s sizes 2-10. Knit in six separate sections with worsted weight yarn and then sewn together, the shoulder pieces sport a chain cable on a background of seed stitch, the other pieces are worked in easy Stockinette Stitch, and it finishes with a square garter stitch collar.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The beautiful Grace Note lace pattern adds a peek-a-boo effect on the back of these fingerless mitts designed for fingering weight yarn. Baby cable rib appears at the cuff, sides, and edges, and the palm is knit in Stockinette Stitch. A fun, easy, one-skein pattern!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Named for an ancient Scottish stone bearing similar markings, this comfy cap is graced with a traditional Pictish design, edged with generous 2/2 rib and topped with easy double decrease crown. You’ll want one in every color combination! Pattern written in four sizes to be knit with DK weight yarn.
Knitting: Table Runner
The Meadowood is a good pattern for beginner lace knitters. It features two easy lace patterns and may be made up as long or as short as you wish. It would also make a great dresser scarf or you could make it shorter as an antimacassar to embellish the back of your favorite chair.
Knitting: Throw
The Big Easy is a great pattern for beginner knitters. All four of the stitch patterns in the blanket use only knit and purl stitches and the garter stitch edging makes its own clean finish.
Knitting: Pullover
This basic crew neck pullover pattern is perfect beginner knitters or anyone who wants to use self-patterning yarns, highly textured yarns, or any yarn that just needs to be the star of the show. The pattern’s blank canvas is also great for stripes or embroidered embellishments.
Knitting: Pullover
This basic crew neck pullover pattern is perfect for beginner knitters or anyone who wants to use self-patterning yarns, highly textured yarns, or any yarn that just needs to be the star of the show. The pattern’s blank canvas is also great for stripes or embroidered embellishments.
Knitting: Pullover
This basic crew neck pullover pattern is perfect for beginner knitters or anyone who wants to use self-patterning yarns, highly textured yarns, or any yarn that just needs to be the star of the show. The pattern’s blank canvas is also great for stripes or embroidered embellishments.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Basic Toe-Up Sock for beginners in ten sizes and four yarn weights.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This sock pattern has instructions for 10 sizes and four different yarn weights to make this basic top-down sock. The design features a Bamboo Rib and Eye of Partridge heel.
Knitting: Pullover
This basic crew neck pullover pattern is perfect for beginner knitters or anyone who wants to use self-patterning yarns, highly textured yarns, or any yarn that just needs to be the star of the show. The pattern’s blank canvas is also great for stripes or embroidered embellishments.
Knitting: Pullover
The smaller version of the Iain hoodie pullover in sizes children’s 8-16.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Dressy socks for your little miss--in baby size and child size 10-12, sporting a delicate traditional heel and round toe.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Alpine twisted stitch pattern, named for one of our favorite Alpine hikes here in Washington state. This pattern comes in four sizes and is knit toe-up with an easy short-row heel.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Called Vertigo for the swirly-dizzy stitch pattern made from increase/decrease stitches, this is a fun, easy sock to knit. The stitch pattern extends onto the heel flap and the toe.
Knitting: Vest
Instructions are included in the pattern for knitting this vest in four different yarn gauges and for sizes 3 months to child size 16--12 sizes.
Knitting: Vest
Instructions included for knitting this vest in four different yarn gauges and chest sizes 34-62.
Knitting: Vest
Instructions included for knitting the vest in four different yarn gauges and in chest sizes 28-64.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Two knit/purl stitch patterns create a brocade fabric for this feminine shell. The Swirls & Garter pattern decorates the front center and forms a flattering neckline and hemline. The Dry Bones Cable covering the rest of the garment is a twisted stitch pattern on reverse Stockinette stitch background. The top is knit in two pieces and assembl...
Knitting: Dress, Brimmed Hat
Dainty lace bodice is knit in 2 pieces and assembled with the skirt being knit from the waist down. Hat is knit top-down and both hat and skirt are edged with knitted Rick Rack stitch. Neckline and armhole edge are finished with single crochet.
Knitting: Vest
A basic shape and easy cable on garter stitch background provide a classic knit for guys. Knit in two pieces and assembled.
Knitting: Pullover
Ollipheist is The Great Beast in Celtic legend, and is another form of the Gaelic uilebheist (oo-le-veist) which means “monster”. This monster is scaly on one side and bony on the other and is reversible so that the little monster can switch around according to mood. The bony side is made from a triplet of two-part cables and the scaly side feat...
Knitting: Pullover
Huge update! (12/2/13)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Cables weave from 2/2 rib to form a crest pattern on both scarf and hat. The base of the hat is the same as the scarf, but is then joined at the back and stitches are picked up to knit the crown. Essentially an easy project, the pair is knit with approximately 650 yds of worsted weight yarn on size 8 needles. The hat may be made in sizes XS (S, ...
Knitting: Headband
Starting April 1, 2010, all proceeds from this pattern will go to the Habitat for Humanity specifically to help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti.
Knitting: Scarf, Ankle Sock
If you need the perfect gift for your guy, try this pair. It’s not fussy, but it’ll be fun for you to knit. The same easy stitch pattern appears on both socks and scarf, but with the use of different yarn weights, the pattern produces different results. SIZING Adult sock (size may be varied by making foot longer or shorter to fit). Scarf approx ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The cuff on these socks begins with garter stitch and the Mist Drops Lace stitch pattern creates waves along the edge before changing to a simple knit/purl lattice. The lattice texture graces the rest of the cuff, as well as the back of the heel and the instep. This is a dainty sock with a lightweight round heel and French toe.
Knitting: Headband
Loving yarn as well as pasta, it wasn’t long before cables started to look like noodles to me. The first was lasagna, and then came the rest. This is what happens when you get hungry when you’re knitting—you knit some noodles! Three different headbands knit three different ways: Fettuccini is worked end-to-end starting as a cord and ending the s...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The cable pattern in these lively socks effortlessly emerges from 2/2 rib. It gives the look of little elbows linked to play Red Rover. So, Red Rover, send a knitter right over to knit these fun socks!
Knitting: Cardigan
Three different braid cables grace the simple shape of this cozy cardigan; the body is worked as one piece to the armholes and then is separated for working the back and front sections independently. The shoulders are joined with saddles featuring the smallest braid cable, which continues down the entire sleeve. The sleeves are picked up at the ...
Knitting: Headband
The Jewel Cross-Rib pattern found in Barbara Walker’s Second Treasury featured in this design has a unique execution, and looks much more difficult than it really is. Adapted to knitting in the round, it makes a fun project in this headband and mitts set. Work the headband first and you’ll have the pattern down by the time you work the mitts. SI...
Knitting: Pullover
Craft a traditional Aran for the smallest member of your family! This little sweater is just like an adult’s, but it knits up so much faster and will keep baby warm and stylish. Sizes include newborn up to 24 mos and instructions are included for knitting in the round or in flat pieces.
Knitting: Onesies
Eavesdrop on a Scottish nursery and you may hear the word “baloo” being whispered to lull babies to sleep. An easy overall cable pattern adorns this one-piece baby suit that’ll be so comfy for your little one, he’ll be off to sleep in no time, as if you soothed him with “baloo.” The “cable” stitch pattern is formed by twisted stitches that may b...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Here’s an easy lace pattern to enhance your next pair of socks. The pattern is worked only on the leg and the top of the foot, giving the sock extra wearability. These socks have an easy half-handkerchief heel and pretty picot-edged top.
Knitting: Pullover
Knit this traditonally styled sweater with no seams. The structure is Guernsey in origin, but the stitch patterns are Aran. Joined together, these two styles will give you a sweater that’s all one piece as soon as you work the last BO! Saddle shoulders and underarm gussets give the wearer comfort, and the fun cables give the knitter a little cha...
Knitting: Gloves
The crooked cable in these gloves is like crazy Lombard Street in San Francisco. It turns one way, then the next. Added to the back of these basic gloves gives a little interest for an accessory fit for guys or gals. Knit them in any fine gauge yarn in the round on size 2 dpn or circular needles. Sock yarn works great for a glove project. 6 pgs.
Knitting: Purse
Make these two bags as a mother-daughter set, or use each as a separate project. Vary it up by using different colors—the simple structure allows for many different looks. Felted with 100% wool yarn, the large tote is knit sturdy with a double strand for a total of about 900 yds, and the dainty, small bag uses just one strand at about 200 yds, b...
Knitting: Scarf
Here’s a good way to use a small amount of luxury yarn, or just a little of your stash. Instructions include information for using four different weights of yarn to make this versatile scarf. An easy lace repeat and seed stitch border make the project enjoyable and give a gorgeous finish. 2 pgs.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The beautiful Triple Gull stitch forms the basis for these interesting socks. The ribbed cuff gives way to the cable pattern separated by columns of twisted knit stitches. Knit in the round on two circular needles, they have a classic round heel and grafted toe. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Two tubes to knit--one for your head and one for your neck! Add this classic set to your wardrobe for plenty of warmth and style. The scarf is knit in the round so that the cables are beautiful from every angle. The hat is also knit in the round with a rib brim and matching cable top which decreases in pattern up to its pompom. Uses approx 660 y...
Knitting: Pullover
Here’s an Aran style sweater with a kick. Knit in the round, the raglan shaping makes for an easy finish—just close up the armholes and add the turtle. Instructions include sizes 32, 36, 40, 46, & 50 and require up to 1444 yards of worsted weight yarn. 8 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
If you’ve yet to try bobbles, here’s a quick project to get your feet wet. Add a pom-pom if you wish, or just let the bobble design speak for itself. Instructions include sizes small, medium, and large and the design requires approximately 150-200 yards worsted weight yarn. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Top Down, reinforced Dutch heel, grafted toe, 4 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This roomy cap has unique decreases in the top, allowing for continuation of the pattern—all the way up to its pom-pom. Requires 200 yards of worsted weight yarn to make sizes toddler, adult small or large. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit this soft pair in your favorite color. Its feminine, classic look will make it a lifelong part of your wardrobe. Instructions included for child size, as well as small, medium, and large adult sizes. Scarf requires 360 yards light worsted yarn; hat & flower, 120 yds. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Pullover
Any guy would love this cable sweater for its casual comfort. Features high V neck, drop shoulders, and overall easy cable. Worked in the round to the armholes, and sleeves picked up and knit downward after shoulder seaming. No seams to deal with when you’re done! Sized in men’s 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52), requires 1145 (1325, 1625, 1900, 207...
Knitting: Throw
Like a good novel, you’ll be sad when this one’s over. The pattern is fun and quick to knit on large needles. Approximately 1100 yards of bulky yarn will knit up to a 50” x 60” blanket. 2 pgs.
Knitting: Purse
Knit this traditionally styled bag in the round three different ways for a quick project. The beautiful Fishernet cable is surrounded by an easy braid cable and basketweave stitch and finishes with an applied I-cord bind off and basketweave stitch strap. With worsted weight yarn, either felted or unfelted, on size 9 needles with 200 yds of yarn;...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pop this hat on when you’re having a bad hair day! Fun to knit up in a free-form cable pattern in the round. Requires approximately 200 yards worsted weight yarn and instructions are included for child size, as well as adult medium and extra large. 2 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This cap has an easy repeating pattern that makes it a fun knit--no purls to interrupt your swift circular knitting, so you’ll be done in a jiffy! Requires 200 yards of worsted weight yarn to knit sizes small, medium, or large. 2 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit this cap a little bigger than you usually wear—the lattice cable shrinks it up a bit, but it is fun to knit and a joy to wear. Instructions include sizes small, medium, and large adult; and the pattern requires approximately 200 yards of worsted weight yarn. 2 pgs.
Knitting: Cardigan, Pants
Knit this classic set for newborn up to 12 mos size babies. The pattern calls for 950 (1150, 1350) yards of baby weight yarn in the main color and 150 yards each of two contrasting colors on size 2 needles. Instructions include knitting the cardigan flat and the pants either flat or in the round on 2 circular needles. Sure to become a family hei...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This cap uses just one repeat of a beautiful lattice cable. Knit it in approximately 100 yards of bulky yarn in sizes small, medium, or large. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
This hat was inspired by the beautiful colors of the Madrona tree. The band is knit, assembled, and attached after felting the hat, providing a nice mix of textures. Instructions include sizing for adult small, medium, large and extra large and uses up to 200 yards of the main color and approximately 50 yards of the contrast color. 3 pgs.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Clothing - Other
Wrap your newborn in this cozy cabled set which includes the bunting, cap and blanket. The bunting and cap included in the pattern are classic enough to become family heirlooms. The bunting is knit in the round, with a bodice of the same cable rib used in the blanket. The cable rib watch cap with pom-pom is knit in the round. Calls for a total o...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The lace pattern reminds me of a branch eddying ‘round stones on its merry way. I chose to name these socks after a branch that ran behind my grandparents’ home in Chambers County, Alabama. The site of many Easter Egg hunts and summertime play, its memory makes me happy, just like these socks. Knit them in the round on two circular needles or 5 ...
Knitting: Pullover
Next time you feel you need to grow a backbone, knit this pullover with the hand impression on front and the wide staghorn cable running up the back for a change. Instructions include men’s sizes small, medium, large, and extra large for knitting in the round. Requires worsted weight yarn (925 yds for small, 1025 for medium, 1175 for large...
Knitting: Pullover
Actually a mini Guernsey tutorial, this pattern includes bodice stitch charts and line-by-line instructions as well as sleeve charts for each of its six sizes--children’s 2/3, 4/5, 6/7, 8/10, 12, and adult small actual chest measurements 22 (24, 26, 28, 30, 32)”. The pattern also includes full alphabet chart for including the monogra...
Knitting: Pullover
Give baby a rugged look and a cozy feel in this soft, classic sweater, cap and socks. All pieces are knit in the round for ease of finish using approximately 600 yds of worsted weight yarn. Instructions include sizes newborn, 6 mos, & 12 mos. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
The basic tam o’ shanter is knit in the round, flocked with purl rounds and was inspired by the big floppy tam worn by Mary Lennox in my favorite movie of The Secret Garden.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
This felted bucket will get you compliments for its unusual contrast design. Felting is fun! Try it out with this unique pattern. Instructions include sizes small, medium, and large; and you’ll need approximately 220 yards of light worsted weight 100% wool yarn (230 for large) in the main color; 110 for the contrast color. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Cozy - Other
If you really LOVE your wine, keep it protected as you travel with this artful holder. You could also make a wine gift even more special encased in this gorgeous felted bag. Requires 525 yds each of two colors wool yarn. Beginner crochet skills needed. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Curtain
Add a delicate touch to any window with this quick knit. You can stop after one repeat of the lace pattern or keep going to make a full-length curtain of any size. Just the topper requires approximately 200 yards of worsted weight yarn and will fit up to a 33” window opening. 4 pgs.
Knitting: Pullover, Beret, Tam
This little outfit is just perfect for taking baby on an autumn stroll. Instructions included for raglan sweater with leafy embellishments gracing the yoke, accompanied by “hiking” bootees & an acorn cap in worsted-weight yarn. Sweater sizing for 3 (6, 12, 24) months; hat & bootees in 3 sizes; and all pieces are knit in the r...
Knitting: Pullover, Booties, Pixie Hat
You’ll have a blast knitting up this set for a little newcomer. Each stripe of the blanket is a different stitch pattern, and the other pieces knit up quickly in the round. The “Charlie Brown” zigzag is done in duplicate stitch after finishing. Newborn size. Approximately 1200 yards each of two colors worsted weight yarn will complete the projec...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
“Cable caps are always in style. Make your own in any color you choose with this easily-knit project in the round. Approximately 120 yards of any worsted-weight yarn will work up to a staple in your wardrobe for years to come. Instructions include baby and child sizes as well as adult sizes small, medium, large, and extra large.” Not...