eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 33 patterns

What a wonderful way to learn how to knit new stitches and techniques. I’ve created a compilation of cozies including all 33 of my cup cuddler designs. Available to you as an instant download PDF file this Ebook consists of an introduction, table of contents, high quality pictures of each completed pattern, a list of materials needed, knitting abbreviations listed on each new pattern page, and step by step instructions to make the Leaf Cuddler pattern. The skill level for the patterns is divided into three sections: “Easy”, “Moderate”, and “Challenging”

eBook : 20 patterns

This EBook includes 20 of my original quick easy knitting projects. My aim in selecting the patterns for this collection is to provide a variety of projects that can be knit up within a weekends time or sooner. If it’s hand knit patterns for gift giving your looking for or a quick weekend project, I believe there is something for everyone in this book named, “Charming Knits”.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. The pattern includes two variations, the lacy version and the solid lace version. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
The original leaf cuddler design is designed to slip over your “On the go” cup but this new version makes the cozy much more versatile due to the button closeure. It is knit flat and then seams are sewn once blocking is completed. The construction of the sleeve is pieced one leaf at a time. There are a total of four leaves that make ...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
The original leaf cuddler design is designed to slip over your “On the go” cup but this new version makes the cozy much more versatile due to the button closeure. It is knit flat and then seams are sewn once blocking is completed. The construction of the sleeve is pieced one leaf at a time. There are a total of four leaves that make ...
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an embroidered monogram.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This is a simple two color knitting project worked in the round. The main color is worked in cream and the contrasting color in brown which I wound onto a bobbin before beginning the project.
Knitting: Gloves
I adore butterflies. On the rare occasion that my two children and I are graced by the presence of a butterfly, it’s as though time stands still for a few short moments.
Knitting: Accessories - Other
This pattern is available in “Charming Knits”
Knitting: Cozy - Other
I designed this Cup Cuddler with Christmas in mind. It is a “reversible” pattern and will fit wine glasses of several different shapes and sizes. The design is perfect for different shaped wine glass because the spiral ribbing draws inward causing the cozy to hug most forms. The pictures show what it looks like on both sides. You can...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a small size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a larger one. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a small size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a larger one. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use.
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin-off of the traditional bookmark only instead of slipping it into the book it hugs the pages. I hope you enjoy making these fun little acorn bookmarks to kick off the autumn season.
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin-off of the traditional bookmark only instead of slipping it into the book it hugs the pages. You will receive all 4 different leaf patterns to adorn the corner pages of your favorite books. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I have designing them.
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an embroidered monogram.
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. The pattern includes two variations, the lacy version and the solid lace version. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an...
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an embroidered monogram.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This pattern is also available in my Ebook “33 Cup Cuddler Patterns” here on Ravelry and at my Etsy shop.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
You will receive 8 different Cup Cuddler patterns when you purchase this pattern. All of the designs in this set are assigned names after either a coffe or tea blend. I’ve listed them in order from left to right starting with the one on the cup in the picture, including: Lattice, Jamocha, Traveling Vine “Citrus Mint”, Bamboo &#...
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
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Knitting: Cup / Mug
You will receive 8 different Cup Cuddler patterns when you purchase this pattern. All of the designs in this set are assigned names after either a coffe or tea blend. I’ve listed them in order from left to right starting with the one on the cup in the picture, including: “Oasis” Butterfly, “Yukon” Tunisian, “K...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This is a free knitting pattern designed by me. Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle to view the full pattern. I hope you will have lots of fun using up those leftover bits of yarn with this easy cup cuddler pattern. I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a small size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a larger on...
Knitting: Pin Cushion
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Wristlet
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Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Please visit my blog at Knit ‘n Kaboodle and have a look around. Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question, and don’t forget to feed the fishies! :)
Knitting: Cup / Mug
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Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit “Cup Cuddler” pattern to fit most size travel mugs, disposable cups, and even sippy cups. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit in one piece. Once you bind off your Cup Cuddler is ready to use. I recommend you use cotton yarn for a cold beverage sleeve and a wool/wool blend ya...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
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Knitting: Cup / Mug
You will receive 8 different Cup Cuddler patterns when you purchase this pattern. The designs are: Lace Rib, Bulky seed stitch, Two by Two rib, Diagonal lace, Broken rib, Twisted rib, Mock rib, and Corset.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
The inspiration for the design of the cell phone pouch was the need to get to my cell phone quickly and the need to keep the phone protected from its surrounding environment. It’s a convenient pouch because it can hang from a belt loop or purse strap. I hope you have fun coming up with your individual version.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
The inspiration for the design of the cell phone pouch was the need to get to my cell phone quickly and the need to keep the phone protected from its surrounding environment. It’s a convenient pouch because it can hang from a belt loop or purse strap. I hope you have fun coming up with your individual version.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
The inspiration for the design of these cell phone pouches was the need to get to my cell phone quickly and the need to keep the phone protected from its surrounding environment. It’s a convenient pouch because it can hang from a belt loop or purse strap. I hope you have fun coming up with your individual versions using these patterns. There are...
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. The pattern includes two variations, the lacy version and the solid lace version. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Corset for its cute shape and pretty yet functional laced ribbon which allows the size to be adjustable. I recommend cotton yarn for a cold beverage and a wool/wool blend yarn for a hot beverage. It’s also a great pattern for using up those bits of yarns and ribbons in your left over stash.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a large size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a smaller one, if needed. Named for its lacy design it is pretty and functional. I recommend cotton yarn for a cold beverage and a wool/wool blend yarn for a hot beverage. It’s also a great pattern for using up those bits of yarn in...
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. The pattern includes two variations, the lacy version and the solid lace version. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a large size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a smaller one, if needed. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use. I recommend cotton yarn for a cold beverage and a wool/wool blend yar...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a large size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a smaller one, if needed. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use. I recommend cotton yarn for a cold beverage and a wool/wool blend yar...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a small size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a larger one. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
The inspiration for the design of the cell phone pouch was the need to get to my cell phone quickly and the need to keep the phone protected from its surrounding environment. It’s a convenient pouch because it can hang from a belt loop or purse strap. I hope you have fun coming up with your individual version.
Knitting: Bookmark
The corner bookmark is a spin off of the traditional bookmark but instead of slipping it into the book, it hugs the pages. The pattern includes two variations, the lacy version and the solid lace version. There are many embellishment possibilities: bows, ribbons, and tassels to name a few. A lovely way to create a family heirloom is by adding an...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a large size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a smaller one, if needed. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit all in one piece, so once you bind off, your Cup Cuddler is ready to use. I recommend cotton yarn for a cold beverage and a wool/wool blend yar...
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
The inspiration for the design of the cell phone pouch was the need to get to my cell phone quickly and the need to keep the phone protected from its surrounding environment. It’s a convenient pouch because it can hang from a belt loop or purse strap. I hope you have fun coming up with your individual version.