eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 7 patterns

TheNettie’s Super Simple Collection eBook includes the 5 patterns that have already been posted on Jessie At Home: the Cowl, Tube Wrap, Tassel Scarf, Mitts, and Cover Up; PLUS 2 additional patterns: the Fringe Wrap and the Hooded Poncho. The eBook is the only source for all 7 PDFs, as the free patterns are only free online. You can read more about this eBook at http://jessieathome.com/netties-super-simple-collection/

eBook : 7 patterns

The Twisted and Twirled Crochet Necklace eBook contains the 5 crochet patterns from the Twisted and Twirled MCAL hosted on JessieAtHome.com over the summer of 2015, PLUS 2 more patterns only available in the eBook. All the patterns are compiled into one convenient PDF that can be viewed on your device, or printed to go with you wherever you may travel.

eBook : 7 patterns

The Twisted and Twirled Knit Necklace eBook contains the 5 crochet patterns from the Twisted and Twirled MKAL hosted on JessieAtHome.com over the summer of 2015, PLUS 2 more patterns only available in the eBook. All the patterns are compiled into one convenient PDF that can be viewed on your device, or printed to go with you wherever you may travel.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This pattern is available for free at: http://jessieathome.com/angled-scrubby-washcloth/
Crochet: Poncho
This pattern can be found for free at: http://jessieathome.com/phoebe-poncho/
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is free at: http://jessieathome.com/skylark-through-the-looking-glass/
Crochet: Brimmed Hat
This pattern is free at: http://jessieathome.com/tauni-hat/
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
This pattern is available for free at: http://jessieathome.com/circle-pouch/
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is available for free at: http://jessieathome.com/panda-wrap/
Crochet: Beret, Tam
The Amalthea Hat can be made from what is left of one skein each of Frabjous Fibers/Wonderland Yarns Unicorn and Cheshire Cat yarns after making the Amalthea shawl ~ The shawl pattern can be found free online here. The hat is a bit slouchy, and is made with a solid base of Cheshire Cat and a small overlay of Unicorn to tie in the lace pattern fr...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
The Cari Continuous Shawl is a flirty filet shawl that doesn’t fall off! I have made several continuous shawls lately, as I just love the shape. Using gradient colors, the triangular shawl is made flat until it is ready to be joined. Then the 2 acute points are joined and the shawl is continued in the round, creating this fun and easy to wear sh...
Crochet: Afghan block
This pattern can be found free at: http://jessieathome.com/four-points-square/
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This design earned first place in the accessories category of the 2014 CGOA Design Competition.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Katherine is the adult version of the Kat Coat I made two years ago in children’s sizes.
Crochet: Skirt
Emma is a playful skater skirt inspired by a UK reality star, and the lovely ice skating ladies of the 2014 Olympics. This pattern features my unique less~bulky crochet waistband. There are photos to help you along and a few videos for extra explanation, though everything is completely explained in the text of the pattern. Emma also features a d...
Crochet: Skirt
Rachel is a slightly flared double crochet skirt with lace ruffles on the bottom. You choose how many rows of lace you want at the bottom of your skirt! Instructions are given for 7 different lace patterns, which can be place in any order, use several different laces, switch off between two, or even just make a few rows of the same one, it is al...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
A while back I asked a group of ladies here what kind a pattern they would like to see. The first response was from knilesknitter, and she said she would love a shrug that covered her breasts and stayed there. She loves the circle shrugs, but hates when they don’t actually close. This pattern is my answer to her problem. I have worked hard at be...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This net shawl or wrap is lightweight and perfect for a spring or summer accessory. Rather than using the popular net yarn to make ruffles or a scarf, it connects the yarn top to bottom to create an airy fabric. The shawl is half circle in shape, and the wrap is a bit more stretched out, becoming longer and thinner than the shawl.
Crochet: Earflap Hat
In my hunt for a great ear flap hat, I just couldn’t find what I wanted! I was looking for one that had the ear flaps made within the last several rows. I just love the look of those. Unfortunately, every pattern I found was just not quite what I wanted. The flaps were the wrong size, or they sat at the wrong angle, or they stood straight out fr...
Crochet: Cowl
This flouncey, ruffled, playful scarf has so many possibilities! With four openings that will fit over your head you can create a variety of different looks. Dress up your jeans or wear it for a fancy night out on a cold evening. One rule: have fun!
Knitting: Chart
This is the chart only for the Mushroom shown in the pictures, not a pattern for the garment in the pictures.
Crochet: Skirt
Fanny is a fan stitch and double crochet skirt with a slight flare. The top of the skirt is made of 6 panels of fan stitch alternating with 6 wedges of double crochet. The wedges are what give the skirt the flare. The panels/wedges are made one at a time and connected to their neighbors as they are made, so only one yarn is being worked at a tim...
Crochet: Vest
Freya is a lacey, tight~fitting vest that can be made short, long or in between, and dresses up nearly any outfit. The vest is slit up the sides to create three fun flaps that swish as you go about your day. You can close your vest just at the top of the front opening, or on down to the waist. Use closures of your choice, from tie strings, lacin...
Crochet: Skirt
Amelia is a fun, twirly skirt that fits a variety of shapes and sizes. The sides of the skirt are open from the waist on up. To wear the skirt, simply step on in and tie the back section around your waist, then wrap the front section around and tie. Or switch and tie the front section first, it is a matter of preference, creating a different loo...
Knitting: Skirt
Amelia is a fun, twirly skirt that fits a variety of shapes and sizes. The sides of the skirt are open from the waist on up. To wear the skirt, simply step on in and tie the back section around your waist, then wrap the front section around and tie. Or switch and tie the front section first, it is a matter of preference, creating a different loo...
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This fun, fanciful, Faerie Frock is perfect for the little girl in your life. It features vertical stripes of knit panels, connected with crochet. The frock can be made with or without a skirt, hood and sleeves. The sleeve can be of varying lengths, and can even end with mitts with thumb holes. You can close your frock with a separating zipper, ...
Knitting: Chart
Please enjoy this Swirl Heart chart. The yellow/darkened line marks the center of the design. This chart was made when I wanted something pretty to adorn the back of a creation made from my Kat (Faerie Frock) pattern. Kat is on sale here in my Ravelry store.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl, Collar, Necklace
I just love when form meets function! My Turtle~Neck~Lace was created just for that reason. I wanted a way to keep my neck warm, and be fashionable at the same time. A turtleneck, cowl, and necklace all in one, every time I wear it, I get complements!
Knitting: Pixie Hat, Costume
This sample was made with Red Heart Eco-Ways Bamboo Wool, 2 balls Cayenne 3920, 1 ball Dill 3650 and size US 8 knitting needles.
Knitting: Chart
This is simply a graph for the skull and cross bottles design. It does include a written chart for making the design in two colors, and one for making the design in knit side/pearl side
Crochet: Skirt
Flora was inspired by an old potholder pattern that can be found at: http://web.archive.org/web/20071227052119/http://www.ange...
Crochet: Wall Hanging
This fun, decorative tea cup is great for decorating your home, your tea shop, or just about anywhere. The pattern includes written directions and photos to help you along. It works up quickly and is easy enough for a beginner. Instructions for joining the tea cups into bunting are also included. At the end of the pattern is a page of line drawi...