eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 6 patterns

An ebook of six baby blanket patterns from Katherine Vaughan: Amirah, Chessboard, Drew, Hans, Harris, and Windowpane. All six of these patterns use only knit and purl stitches, and several are available in different sizes and weights of yarn.

eBook : 2 patterns

A pattern pack for the Beachwalker Skirt and Top patterns.

eBook : 2 patterns

This set provides the PDF files for the Damariscotta Mitts and coordinating Damariscotta Scarf with one easy purchase. You can complete both the mitts and the scarf with one skein of sock yarn - about 440 yards!

eBook : 5 patterns

Several patterns based on one stitch: a cowl, hat, neckwarmer, and mittens/convertible mitts/fingerless mitts.

eBook : 3 patterns

This scarf, hat, and mittens set uses an easy twist stitch to provide texture, interest, stretch, and just plain fun to knit. The hat is a very stretchy beanie, the scarf has a keyhole design to allow for less length but more stability, and the mittens have extra twisting detail along the sides for fun and comfort. Done in a bulky alpaca/wool blend yarn, there’s plenty of time to knit up a set to keep everyone in the family toasty warm this winter!

eBook : 2 patterns

The Payden hat and mittens set is designed for knitters who love cabling but aren’t quite in the mood for cables AND shaping at the same time. In this set, the hat’s brim and the mittens’ cuffs are first knit flat with a bulky cable motif, then sewn into a band. Stitches for the crown and hand are picked up from the selvedge of this cabled band and knit in the round. The hat and mittens are both decreased along two sides instead of in a circle; this allows the mittens to fit more comfortably on the hand and the hat to lay flat (as well as to mimic the mittens). Instructions for the mittens are mirrored so that the seam for the cuff lays under the wrist and the cables are mirrored.

eBook : 6 patterns

I’ve always loved stories about spies and spycraft. From a young age I was able to sing most of the Bond movie themes, and as a 12 year old I created my own cyphertext “code” that used symbols to replace letters. So you can imagine that a recent trip with my daughter to the Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., coupled with reading The Code Book about spycraft and codebreaking, really piqued my lifelong interest in all things secret. This collection let me explore keys and locks, coding and decoding, dead drops, field communication, and my favorite keepers of secrets—archivists.

eBook : 2 patterns

I am always drawn to the wonderful ways water flows—in this case with force, straight up. The lace stitch on the foot and back of hand for these pieces has plenty of movement and style, but is remarkably simple to work.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
My friend Diana found a very old, typewritten with penciled notes, missing its second page, well loved pattern for a shawl in her grandmother’s knitting box. It was the original pattern for a traditional Shetland Hap shawl that her grandmother knit several times. The language in the original is out of date, and it calls for a construction that i...
Knitting: Tote
Felted tote using one skein of Malabrigo Worsted wool. This tote uses cables to add detailing to the flap and sides, and has decreases at the bottom to give depth. The strap is adjustable; mods suggested by testers exist (see projects). A joy to knit - both because of the yarn and the pattern - and looks great either felted or unfelted and with ...
Knitting: Collar
This collar takes the great aspects of small-project knitting and runs with them. It pairs just one skein of a luscious wool/alpaca/silk chunky yarn in a bold teal color with a simple but dramatic slip-stitch pattern to make a warm and stylish accessory for any occasion. Additional personalization is added with two interesting buttons. This woul...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Sometimes inspiration for baby blankets strikes in the oddest places. For me, the bus to the university offers a wealth of colors, textures, and patterns to choose from in design. The Amirah blanket started from two very different images: a stop sign, and a Persian carpet that I saw on the cover of a book. Both of these images had strong octagon...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Whether at work or play, I like a little something to wrap around my shoulders to ward off a bit of a chill. But I’m very picky: I like a rounded shape, with motion in the stitch, lacy but not too complex, and the same on both sides. For this shawlette, l I took an interesting ripple stitch pattern that is lacy but not technically lace, ad...
Knitting: Skirt
This sideways-knit skirt evokes thoughts of sand, sea, and summer skies with just the hint of clouds. Your favorite girl will love having a cotton/linen skirt perfect for playing at the beach or at home!
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This linen/cotton tank top evokes thoughts of wide sandy beaches along a foamy sea. The shirt is a straightforward knit, with picked up garter stitch trim at the neckline and armholes that echoes the colors in the more glamorous skirt. With extra deep armholes and a generous scoop neck, this linen/cotton top is sure to be a favorite even in the ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Beehive Cap meets all of the standard criteria for hospital chemo caps, plus it is a fun and quick knit appropriate to a wide range of yarns and heads.
Knitting: Tee
Beide is the German word for “both” and, in addition to being a pretty word that bounces off the tongue like sunlight bouncing off water, is a concept that describes this summer tee nicely. Why? The top combines both cables and lace. It has both circular knitting and flat knit sections. The sample yarn is a pairing of both cotton and...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Cabled socks are lovely, and ribbed socks always fit so nicely, but it can be a challenge to pair the two techniques. In this toe-up pattern, a simple cable twist pattern flows up the sides of the sock from toe to cuff while ribbing fills in the space on the instep and sole. The pattern is maintained over the short-row heel. In all ways this soc...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Sometimes you just want a little something warm and special to wrap around your shoulders—maybe when you’re hanging out at home or tromping about in the country. This reversible, slightly felted wrap fits comfortably on the shoulders, knits up in a flash because of the sizeable gauge, and really shows off interesting yarns well.
Knitting: Scarf
There are days in the winter when the sky is almost painfully blue, when the wind snaps the flags (and your hair) briskly, and the reflection of the bright sun against the snow makes your eyes water. This scarf helps cut that wind in a stylish and simple way. The vertical pleating created by the stitch pattern means you end up with a double-thic...
Knitting: Pullover
This cozy sweater is a great knit for the depths of winter. Its generous sleeves are knit cuff to cuff in a cabled rib pattern that drapes nicely over the shoulders and across the fingers. The wide boat neck slides easily over the head and sits without binding. The body is roomy and has enough length to make you want to just curl up in it – with...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Even people who have never seen the musical “The Phantom of the Opera” know a few basic plot points: there’s a weird guy in a mask who is in love with a singer, he plays the organ at inappropriate times, and at some point the theater’s grand chandelier falls spectacularly. These opera-ready gloves were inspired by that last bit of common knowledge.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This lovely baby blanket combines a simple design with a beautiful look to make the perfect gift for the newborn (and new parents!) in your life. Unlike other patterns in a standard checkerboard layout, this one has instructions for two different weights of yarn (DK and worsted) and two different sizes. The “half” blanket is 20in by 30in (50cm b...
Knitting: Cleaning
It is said that Cleopatra nurtured her beautiful skin by bathing in fresh milk and honey. You can do her one better by using a milk/cotton or pure milk yarn for your bathing accoutrements. Milk fiber is soft, silky, has the same pH as human skin, and is naturally antibiotic.
Knitting: Cape
Shawls and capes are such comfort clothes, with their gentle drape and ease of both wear and creation. However, many shawls are created in a triangle shape… which for those of us with (ahem) derrières isn’t the most flattering of looks. Who wants an arrow pointing right at their largest body part?
Knitting: Table Setting - Other
Every summer, knitters the world over plan to get a jump on their winter gift knitting. But, for many of us, it’s so hot in the summer! Who wants to work on some large woolly shawl all summer long? This is probably is why so many of us make cotton dishcloths as gifts… So… why stick to the same-old-same-old when there are so many techniques to tr...
Knitting: Cowl
The textures available with just two stitches, arranged in a pleasing rib and diamond pattern, are like crystals in a dish—regular yet sometimes surprising in their simple beauty. This cowl is quick and easy to work, great for fast fall knits or winter gifts.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This long and flowing stole is equally good for a special night out on the town and for cuddling on the couch—two of my favorite weekend activities. First one end is worked in a lace stitch that looks like swan feet, then the second end and the body are worked. Finishing is a matter of a simple graft to join the two sides.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
I used to love digging through all of my grandmother’s various lace “social gloves” that she would wear (with hats and pearls) whenever she went out to a friend or neighbor’s home for tea. My generation has never been forced into such social niceties—which means we can play with bold colors, stitch patterns, and other modifications of the tradit...
Knitting: Scarf
This relatively simple scarf uses an eyelet rib placed against a reverse stockinette stitch background to let lovely hand-dyed sock yarns shine.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Sometimes you have a small amount of some precious yarn—handspun, hand dyed, a gift, or a luxury item that you could afford just one skein of. You think it’s enough for a hat, but adding in the swatch could just put you over.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This baby blanket offsets eyelets and decreases to create a rippled, feathery pattern that will appeal to both baby and mom.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
The stitch pattern for this blanket is an old eyelet lace, called “Dewdrop Stitch” by Barbara Walker. Babies love having small holes to peek and/or poke their fingers through. This pattern runs a lower risk of “pulling” a strand out than most traditional laces. In addition, it is easy to work and memorize, with only two rows out of the eight tha...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Baby blankets offer such fun opportunities to play with pattern, texture, color, and material. In this case I paired a very boyish blue cotton/acrylic with a diamond motif to create a blanket fit for a younger prince. (In pink, it would be perfect for a princess, too!)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a bulky-weight, bottom up, seamless adult hat with eyelet-lace ridges for interest. For real interest, though, the knitter works the hat inside out and then reveals the public side at the end. This construction takes advantage of the easier k2tog and ssk over the p2tog and ssp stitches to make the interesting texture of the ribs. The nam...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Working with fingering weight yarn—particularly when you’re not wild about socks—can be a challenge. How many triangle shawls does one woman really need? This pattern explores other shapes for small shawls, or “fichus” (fee-shoos). Alternating which side of a marker the yarn over increases fall on the fichu results in wedges of increase sections...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pity the punk babies. They have no hair. They have no control over what they get dressed in – and so they’re stuck with duckies or puppies. All they can do to show their true colors is to yell (which they do well)! Help support the inner punk in your little one by knitting a skullcap complete with a faux fur fauxhawk.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A fulcrum is a hinge or point around which a lever pivots. The mosaic pattern that forms the wide border of this garter-based, ¾ths square shawl reminded me of Archimedes’ quote, “Give me a place to stand, a lever long enough, and a fulcrum, and I can move the earth.”
Knitting: Mittens
Many years ago my then elementary school-age daughter and I were on vacation in Maine. We stopped (as knitters do) in a tiny, now closed, yarn shop in Biddeford. It was full of lots of mass-market yarns, but what I really wanted was something special—something Mainer. I found this skein of loosely spun 2-ply that reads as purple but is really a ...
Knitting: Tote
Knit totes are fabulous items. They are simple in construction but carry a lot of wow! factor. They allow you to play with a stitch, yarn, or color that you might not pick for a sweater but still love. And to top it all off, they’re useful! Good Day Sunshine will brighten your day while knitting it and while carrying it. At 11 inches square by 2...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Babies love textures, and who can blame them? This blanket uses a simple knit/purl basketweave stitch for extra depth. Beginners will find this not too challenging for a first “fancy” baby blanket, while more advanced knitters will quickly memorize the pattern and find it good for comfort knitting.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Happy Wrap takes three different lace stitches, all based on a diamond motif, to create a flowing but nonrepetitive whole.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Some ancient and relatively simple stitches are just made for baby blankets. The Harris Tweed Stitch is one such. It is easy to memorize, reversible, and results in a fabulous three-dimensional texture that will please Mom if not baby. This pattern has special meaning for me, since Harris is the middle name of both my son and his godfather.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
One of my favorite flowers in the spring garden is the pansy, or Viola tricolor. This flower has such a happy “face” decorated with all sorts of colors from reds and yellows through deepest blues and purples. The pansy is a traditional part of English herbals under the name of “heartsease” because it was believed to help with respiratory and car...
Knitting: Purse
The Hugs & Kisses Purse is a little package of love all bundled up. At approximately 5 inches (12.5cm) square, and with a 16 inch (40cm) skinny strap, it is the perfect accessory for a night out on the town - with or without a date. The cabled Xes and Os give it the right amount of whimsy without being too heavy.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A well-known fact about me is my ongoing and eternal love of pie. I have never met a (dessert) pie that I didn’t like, and am unable to pick just one favorite. Apple? Berry? Key lime? Chess? Pecan? Peach cheesecake? Sweet potato? But I also love the mathematical constant pi—that is, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, or ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
You keep using that wrap… I do not think it is what you think it is. Is this a wrap? A cowl? A capelet? A shrug? The options are numerous, the lace is good for beginners, and the results are fit for a princess or a bride. It’s Inconceivable!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Oh what a tangled story some shawls tell. This one was inspired by several of my loves coming together at once. In this case a reference to the taxi driver in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, combined with Isadora Duncan’s love of shawls and drapes in her dancing led to the creation of this very stylized shawlette.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves, Convertible Gloves
There’s something just fun about convertible or “flip-top” mittens. They have all the warmth of regular mittens, with the added practicality of being able to get to your fingers when you need them. This makes them ideal for situations where you want to stay nice and toasty warm—such as in a snowball fight—but still need some manual dexterity—suc...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat
Joss Whedon fans, show off your true natures by knitting and wearing the most famous piece of knitting from the short-lived but excellent series “Firefly.”
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Lalima is a girl’s name meaning “Beauty” in Sanskrit. You’ll feel beautiful in this lightweight summer shawlette. The unique shaping and matching borders at the top and bottom show off long color changing yarn to full advantage. The sample shown is in a cotton fingering yarn from Wolle’s Yarn Creations.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Peekaboo is so much easier when you’ve got some eyelets to help you peek! This gender-neutral but still light and lacy blanket packs a lot of movement and texture into a very simple stitch.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
In a summer storm in the mountains I was struck by the horizontal peaks of the hills turned and made electric by the vertical bolts of lightning.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Throughout history, spies and counter-spies have made complex locks with equally complex keys to try to keep things safe. These socks use four simple but related colorwork motifs as keys; along the way you’ll also unlock the “forethought” heel. This heel works on the “afterthought” principle, but works the heel first and then the foot.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
What a sweet little blanket, with an easy to remember lace pattern that gives a great graphical punch to a simple knit. The eyelets could look like hearts, birds, tents, mountains, or faces, depending on the angle of view and the imagination of the viewer.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Somehow lace just seems appropriate for baby knitting—but what to do about those grabby little fingers? And what if the baby is a boy, when “lace” may seem a bit girlish? This pattern uses a simple border and ingenious eyelet non-lace to create a blanket with interest for knitter, baby, and mom. What a great combination!
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
May is the month when the days start to really warm up for much of the US and Europe—the month when dancers of all types come out of their winter stupor and take to the streets and fields to celebrate the return of spring and life. This tank top is knit in the lovely fingering-weight Baah La Jolla yarn, making it light and airy for the hottest w...
Knitting: Scarf
This scarflette is easily fastened at the neck by tucking the cast off end through a pocket formed at the beginning. As a result, you can use a smaller amount of luxurious fiber to get a warm and snuggly scarf - just one skein of worsted weight yarn will do fine.
Knitting: Purse
Just one skein of bulky weight Wool of the Andes and some fancy mirrored cabling produces this simple but effective purse—a great gift for yourself or a friend!
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I love going to the beach, the pool, the pond, basically anywhere I can go swimming. But I don’t love what my hair looks like when I’m lounging afterwards! This slouchy, linen blend hat was designed as a cover-up for the head on a lovely summer’s day. Knit in the round with a folded brim and simple lace welting pattern, you’ll have one worked up...
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl was inspired by the need for a simple, lightweight garment to keep the chill off while on vacation in the fall at the beach. The stitch pattern echoes the foam-flecked waves of the Atlantic, and the yarn used includes a small amount of chitin, made from the exoskeletons of small invertebrates like shrimp and crabs. The pattern is simpl...
Knitting: Decorative - Other, Home - Other
When Pandora opened her box, all of the evils of the world flew out, leaving hope behind to comfort her. These bowls are inspired by ancient Greek lidded vessels, use Peruvian yarn manufactured in the US, and a pattern published by an Australian magazine. If the international nature of knitting doesn’t bring you hope, maybe you’ll find something...
Knitting: Tote
Everybody needs a nice roomy tote to carry around projects, patterns, supplies, and the odd snack. Felted totes are particularly appealing, as they use all natural materials and are solid enough not to need a lining.
Knitting: Scarf, Stocking
The idea behind this very cute child’s hat and scarf set was simple: create something with bold lines that a knitter would enjoy making AND that a kid would enjoy wearing. Simple in idea, but not so simple in execution!
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero, Vest
This light, lacy shrug is great for summer nights, when you want a little extra weight around your shoulders but don’t need anything too clingy and warm. The ribbon yarn gives some interest to the eyelet and mesh stitches, particularly because of the pearlescent variations in the nylon half. This shrug is called “The Pearl” for the seaside color...
Knitting: Cowl
This light and lacy cowl is inspired by the granite coast of Maine, where the chilly evenings prompt the wise knitter to keep a stock of quick handknits around—even in August!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
“Perri: Traveler. Someone who lives near a pear tree.” I am fascinated with name meanings, especially when they lead to inspiration in knits. “Perri’s Pattern” evokes decorative windows in houses of worship worldwide as well as heavy hanging fruits from pears to figs. The textural lace of the body of the beanie travels into ribs inspired by the ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
It’s hard for me to believe that five years ago I joined a community of awesome farmers, dyers, spinners, potters, beaders, designers, and other fiber artists all participating in the Phat Fiber Sampler Box. This shawl is a tribute to Jessie and my “Phatties” - it uses samples from various boxes spun as singles and plied with a neutral grey merino.
Knitting: Scarf
This lovely scarf has everything going for it: the strong geometric pointed pattern (modeled on the Pinnacles stitch pattern) lends movement and grace, the wool/bamboo blend gives warmth and silkiness, and the length means it works in nearly any climate.
Knitting: Cowl
The alternating blocks of k2tog and ssk lace blocks in this cowl pull the fabric alternately to the right and the left, which gives it the ripple effect when knit up in a striped yarn. The lace itself is particularly simple to work, with only two true patterned rows.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Short row shawls are all the rage, but most are worked from the bottom up. This limits the flexibility that is one of my favorite aspects of standard top-down shawls; the ability to change the size and border as you know how much yarn you’ll have at the end.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This lovely lace wrap knits up quickly in DK-weight yarn on large needles. The very open pattern is created with frequent yarnovers and decreases arranged to give a wave and feather motif. Every wrong side stitch is purled – making this much easier to knit than your friends will believe!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Sometimes yarn tells you what it wants to be, and sometimes it just doesn’t. This yarn, a handspun alpaca/merino/silk blend, was definitely destined for hatdom—but what kind? After much negotiation, what you see is the result!
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
A different take on the string bag - this one uses approximately 20 plastic (nonbiodegradeable!) grocery bags.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Relevé is a step in ballet in which the heels are lifted off the floor and the dancer balances on the balls of her feet. Not only is that a lovely visual for a sock, but it relates to the inspiration stitch for these cable and lace socks. The “Germaine” stitch is a pairing of a basic cable with an arrowhead lace. Germaine has a similar spelling ...
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Hospitals have a continuing need for hats for newborns and cancer patients of all ages. In general, these hats should:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
One of the most popular tricks of spycraft is that of the “dead drop” - a place to leave messages for other spies to find. I once read a story of a spy caught on a bridge in Berlin during the Cold War. He was trying to conceal a note in a fake cobblestone, which he kicked into the river to prevent the East Germans from discovering it.
Knitting: Purse
Sadz Resama Bega uses a dense stitch pattern knit in the round to create a tote bag out of recycled sari silk that will stand up to normal wear without needing a lining.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
So much of 20th century spycraft involved coding, decoding, and cracking radio messages. I love all of the stories of how governments fought wars over short wave through coded language from the lovely simplicity of Morse code to the ingenious complexity of the Navajo windtalkers.
Knitting: Skirt
In the summer, particularly in the American South, it is (to paraphrase Robin Williams) hot. Darned hot. But who’s to tell a little girl that she can’t run around in the muggy, buggy, sunny afternoon? And further, that she can’t do it while wearing something pretty and pink?
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
This lovely summer scarf is great at warding off both overzealous air-conditioning and those cool breezes that occasionally rise in the summer months. Knit out of cotton with a snowflake (or is it flowers?) eyelet motif, the scarf/stole adds nice weight around your shoulders without the heat retention of a wooly garment.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Slouchy hats and berets are all the rage this year. And why not? They’re fun to knit, forgiving in fit for a wide range of head sizes, and don’t give you hat hair when you take them off. Tammie is a great choice for summer and fall travels, whether to Scotland or just around your neighborhood! The ribbing helps it fold up nicely in your suitcase...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
“Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.”
Knitting: Vest
“This End Up” is a relatively straightforward baby vest with some textured detail at the front and back waistline for extra interest. The vest is particularly designed to show off handpainted yarns without worrying about pooling. Garment is knit flat to help with avoiding pooling differences at the neckline. Ribbing at the armholes a...
Knitting: Purse
The name of this bag comes from the twisted stockinette stitch that forms its body - and the fact that it is knit from one skein of Lion Incredible ribbon yarn.
Knitting: Scarf
Valerie, Max’s wife in The Princess Bride, has a rough job. She never knows when Max is going to want to whip up some weird miracle potion or some such, and so she’s constantly trying to come up with functional ways to arrange the shopping lists.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless gloves are such a fabulous opportunity to splurge on soft, luxurious yarns. They don’t take much yardage, and yet you get such joy from wearing them. These gloves were inspired by the facing pages of an old book that had a lovely marbled paper. Opposite sides of a sheet of paper are called the “recto” and the “verso.”
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
While on vacation I found some just fabulous yarn—it had a beautiful base color with flecks of all the different colors I love, and love to wear. This would go with everything in my wardrobe! As an added benefit, it was a cotton blend that would be all-seasonal in my warm climate.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
It is said that many of the stitches used in Aran knitting are lucky symbols for the wearer. For instance, diamonds represent wealth and success; cables are for strength, safety, and luck. This pattern incorporates such traditional designs into extra-cozy hiking socks loaded with good omens for the new year. Knit in worsted weight at a tight gau...
Knitting: Clutch, Purse
This lovely felted clutch uses a rippled welting pattern to give it unusual depth and firmness. It is a perfect clutch size at 7 inches by 4.5 inches (18cm X 11cm), and includes an optional I-cord wrist strap. The stitch pattern has just enough interest that you’ll enjoy making this gem over and over again.
Knitting: Slippers
Umberto Eco and Dan Brown both played with the secrets hidden in the depths of libraries and archives in their books The Name of the Rose and Angels and Demons. I once visited a monastic archives in Switzerland that had the most amazing parquet floors—to protect them, visitors had to take off their shoes and put on slippers that wouldn’t scuff t...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
The inspiration for this blanket was a lovely stained glass window that set two similar colors against each other in a nested frame pattern. The symmetry and simplicity appealed to my inner knitter and outer mom. How refreshing to have a blanket that is not based on a stitch pattern, but rather a strong graphical idea!
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
Need a 10inch (25cm) square washcloth? Love the beach, turtles, or just interesting textures? Then the Turtle Tracks Washcloth is the pattern for you. This washcloth uses one skein of Lily Sugar & Cream 100% worsted-weight cotton, in the Neptune colorway and size 7 US (4.5mm) needles. It’s a quick knit but will challenge you with a var...