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Knitting: Cape
A quick and easy cape worked flat with a ribbon woven up the front instead of buttons. One size fits most but there are notes with in the pattern for larger sizing.
Knitting: Tee
This simple raglan top is worked from the top down with a little side shaping and finished with a picot hem. A great intro to top down knitting, this pattern works up quickly. This pattern would be a good 1st sweater for a new knitter.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This tank is made from the bottom up with a minimum of shaping and i-cord straps. A good one for an advanced beginner to try. I grafted the straps to make them seamless though these could be sewn. The armholes are on the deep side making it a good layering piece.
Knitting: Cardigan
This is the 3rd pattern in my latest series that requires participation on your part to make it a custom fit.
Knitting: Pullover
This piece was designed for The BagSmith who is now carrying Trendsetter yarns.
Knitting: Cowl
The perfect cowl for a sophisticated play date!
Crochet: Shrug / Bolero, Other Top
A quick and easy capelet to work up in a couple of hours. Great project for beginner to learn following a pattern and simple increases.
Knitting: Vest
This piece was designed for The BagSmith who is now carrying Trendsetter yarns.
Knitting: Mittens
I wrote this for a class we had at the store a few years ago. Although I would rate this for an intermediate knitter it’s a quick knit.
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
Update 08/27/15:
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
This is an easy capelet that is worked from the top down. One skein (of Cascade Magnum @123yds/250grams) project for the S, M, 2 skeins for the L.
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
Update 8/27/15:
Crochet: Poncho
This is a top down capelet made on a big hook for immediate gratification. One size fits most although modification is easy and is noted in the pattern
Knitting: Poncho
I wasn’t planning on designing another capelet but I was asked to design a knit version for the crochet Magnum Capelet #4. I wanted to try and mimic the stitch I used for the crochet version and also make it reversible. I played around with brioche techniques to come up with this reversible stitch pattern. I like the versatility of being a...
Knitting: Vest
This vest is worn with reverse stockinette stitch on the RS so the collar shows the knit side. For a larger collar and a shorter vest wear with the longer side up. For a smaller collar and longer vest wear the short side up.
Crochet: Vest
This vest is reversible in that for a larger collar and a shorter vest wear with the longer side up. For a smaller collar and longer vest wear the short side up.
Knitting: Pullover
There are a few challenging techniques in the construction of this sweater that make it for the intermediate knitter. Invisible or provisional cast on, brioche honeycomb stitch & kitchener stitch are all used. If you’re an advanced beginner and like a challenge this would be a good piece to challenge yourself with.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This top is made by working 2 flat panels in an openwork pattern then joining to work the bottom section in the round. The openwork section, a wide neck and generous side openings make this a perfect summer “T”. I would rate this for at least an advanced beginner.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Worked from the top down with simple increases, easy color changes and an i-cord for the straps this would be a good top for an advanced beginner to tackle. Sizes: S/M, L.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a unisex baby/toddler hat within a hat, reversible worked from the top down.
Knitting: Tee
Worked from the top down, the size is generous to fit most (laid flat and measuring the front at the underarm @26” across; measured at the bottom @30” across) with adjustments for petite or extra large sizes noted.
Knitting: Cardigan
The BagSmith’s Big Stitch Bundle is made up of 6 different yarns (@88yds each) bundled together with most of them being hand dyed together so all 6 yarns match though the Big Stitch Bundle I used for the shoulders, collar & bottom section has the same tone throughout.
Knitting: Pullover
This sweater is worked in a “T” shape cuff to cuff and from the top down in Stockinette St. This pattern is not for the pedestrian knitter as your participation is needed in making it a perfect fit for your size. Sizes are easy to adjust as you work and will be noted. The numbers provided form the framework and a starting point while making modi...
Knitting: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
This jacket is worked from the top down in a raglan style using stockinette stitch with garter stitch finishing on the collar, facings & cuffs. The use of different increases being the most difficult part of this jacket would make me rate it fairly easy, a great 1st sweater for a beginner looking to challenge themselves. It’s really mo...
Knitting: Clothing - Other
This piece is structured using the framework for a classic semicircle shawl that starts at the top with a few stitches and fans out by increasing a set number of times every few rows. 2 pieces are made (front and back) then sewn together, leaving openings for the arms and neck.
Knitting: Pullover
This pattern has 2 versions of the same design. The lavish version is a more dramatic sweater with longer, fuller sleeves and a collar that can change from a deep cowl neck to off the shoulder while the moderate is a toned down version you could wear to the office.
Knitting: Pullover
1 skein of Knit Collage’s “Sister” yarn in Camel for the main body and 1(2) skeins of their “Rolling Stone” yarn in Poppy for the trim.
Crochet: Pullover
This is the crochet version of my Honeycomb Brioche Sweater. The gauge is 4 SC & 5 rows for 5”. It only let me select 4”.
Crochet: Cardigan
This is a fairly easy piece, at least an advanced beginner. The main body is worked in one piece in Single Crochet through the back loop and Half Double Rib. A collar and bottom piece are picked up and worked after the main body is complete.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This is a simple pattern without any shaping. A great piece for an advanced beginner up to an advanced knitter.
Knitting: Cardigan
Designed with a growing baby in mind this long sleeve jacket for a newborn becomes a cropped 3/4 length sleeve jacket for a toddler.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
The jacket is a top down raglan style in stockinette stitch ending with ribbing on the body & sleeves and with garter stitch finishing on the collar & facings. The use of different increases being the most difficult part of this jacket would make me rate it fairly easy, a great 1st sweater for an advanced beginner looking to challenge th...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A simple shawl I would rate for at least an advanced beginner.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This is a reversible hat. Double thickness for extra warmth. The loftiness of Misti Alpaca compressed nicely into a worsted; do not use a chunky weight yarn unless you can get gauge.
Knitting: Pullover
This oversized sweater is worked from the top down, sleeve edge to sleeve edge in Stockinette and Sand Stitch. Techniques used: invisible (provisional) cast on, short rows, picking up stitches, 3 needle bind off, k2tog, SSK, and working in the round.
Knitting: Pullover
A simple pattern for a stylish piece. For an advanced beginner a good starter piece to get beyond scarves. For more experienced knitters a couple of nights of mindless knitting and you’ll be done!
Knitting: Vest
A very easy pattern, great first piece for a beginner looking to move on from scarves.
Knitting: Vest
This is a reverse stockinette stitch vest with the collar, front facings & armhole finishing worked in garter stitch.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
One size fits most because of how the openwork pattern stretches. I had a trunk show and saw this piece on many body types; it looked great on all of them. The bolero uses one skein of Magnum and #17 & #19 needles, straight or circulars since the piece is worked flat.
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
This capelet is an addition to the Openwork Bolero Pattern, so 2 patterns are included in this pattern.
Knitting: Cardigan
Back in December I had a trunk show and was able to see this garment on many body types. And, like the Openwork Bolero it looked great on every one who tried it on. It is a one size fits most although adjustments are easy & noted in the pattern for petite & larger sizes.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This jacket is worked from the top down in Stockinette stitch with the collar worked separately in Trinity Stitch then attached by either a 3 needle bind off or grafting. Notations are included to make a shorter or longer body, a shorter or longer collar and either cap or 3/4 length sleeves. The longer collar is adjustable by buttoning one side ...
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Construction: This coat is worked in a “T” shape cuff to cuff and from the top down in Stockinette St although it is worn as Reverse Stockinette (purl side facing out) with Garter Stitch facings.
Crochet: Coat / Jacket
This Tunisian crochet pattern is for an intermediate crocheter because some of the construction techniques. Made from the bottom up in Tunisian Crochet Simple and Single Crochet through the back loop. Techniques used: short rows to shape the shoulders, increasing, decreasing, picking up stitches for the front bands and collar, Tunisian crochet a...
Crochet: Vest
This is a great piece to start with if you’ve never worked in Tunisian crochet. A very easy vest pattern without any shaping.
Knitting: Pullover
This oversized collar sweater is knit from the top down using thick yarn & large needles. 2 versions are given for a cap or a 3/4 length sleeve. Even though this sweater is pretty straightforward without any challenging techniques I would still rate it for an intermediate knitter since there is some involvement on the knitters part to get a ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A simple hat for an intermediate knitter and a great hat for a advanced beginner looking to start cables.
Knitting: Pullover
This is a unisex baby sweater worked from the top down. Easily adjustable for younger or older babes.