Hannah Gilly

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pixie Hat
With the aran/worsted yarn, these sizes are all knitted up quickly and you can even get a small baby hat with one ball, including the tassel, so you’re already winning!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
To match the Children’s Flower Beret, you can knit this with the remaining yarn and have a perfect set, all ready for next Autumn term at school.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Made in two steps, the beret is perfect for a new knitter. With a few techniques to move on from plain knitting, you’ll enjoy a bit of a challenge.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Create an unusual baby hat for a baby gift, with this pattern. I’ve added colour-work and pixie pointed top for a style that sits apart from the average beanie. To create the tassel with contrast yarn, the same as the Fairisle stitching gives a continuity.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap, Throw
This basketweave blanket can be worn as a scarf or used a lap blanket or throw for a single bed.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This plain baby beanie is ideal for beginners and is an easy evening knit for an experienced knitter. With one ball of wool and no change of needles or textured stitches, you can knit this with Netflix on or while sitting at the beach.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat is made with DK yarn, with a pattern created for a main colour and two contrast, with an alternative for main and four contrasts. Only a little yarn is needed for the stripes, but I do recommend using the same brand and fibre yarn for this, so the gauge remains the same through the colour changes.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Created to match the men’s stripe beanie, this hat is made with DK yarn, with a pattern created for a main colour and three contrast, with a slightly different stripe for small and large, to count for length of crown before shaping.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
This child’s trapper is made from warm chunky yarn and with the garter stitch band around the rim of the hat, the cosiness just increases.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knit a pair of colourful fingerless mitts. These have a cable pattern across the back of the hand and a thumb insert. The cuffs go right underneath the coat sleeves and keep you cosy as you’re Christmas shopping or needing fingers free for caring for children.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These diamond pattern fingerless mitts are unusual and catch the eye of another mitt-wearer- you’ll be asked to knit these for your friends I’m sure!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A pretty and very warm pair of mitts here, a perfect present as there are so many colours to choose from in the Freedom Spirit range.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I created this pattern for the babies in my life, and come back to it again and again. As with all my hat patterns, I have included a seam at the back, so this is good for a new or beginner knitter.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
This hat is knitted in a thick chunky yarn, which can be duplicated through a few brands. Sirdar’s Sublime Chunky Merino was created for a few exclusive patterns and uses 6.5-7mm needles, to a tension of 14 sts x 19 rows per 10cm. The slightly thicker yarn and using a looser tension, by using 7mm needles, giving 13sts and 18rows to 10cm gives a ...
Knitting: Scarf
This is a scarf made using an 8 row repeating feather and fan lace pattern, with the thicker yarn and long result this gives a cosy feel for a winter’s day.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A long pair of fingerless mitts here, to keep you cosy all the way past the wrist, with a plait pattern up the back of the hand. this was designed to match the plait cloche available here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/plait-cloche
Knitting: Scarf
This mystery scarf is a warm scarf full of fun. Ideal for a beginner or early knitter who fancies a little bit of a challenge as garter stitch is used throughout with cast off , cast on, yarnover and k2tog being the only way we achieve the mystery colour element.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I have seen so many baby hats with plain stitching, stripes and Fairisle so I found some gently soft washable yarn and just went for it. A friend told me that these are the only hats that their baby will wear, and I’ve heard it again and again.
Knitting: Cowl
This Cowl matches the other patterns in the Stripes collection, the beret, scarf and beanie. The stripes continue as a feature of the textured fabric. This offers the tweed yarn to its full advantage. There are many substitutes available if you don’t have the yarn which I used for my samples.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
The leaf pattern scarf now has a partner. :)
Knitting: Scarf
The leaf pocket scarf is 188cm/75” long so will double over around the neck or hang long on warmer days. For extra comfort there is the added bonus of patch pockets, in the shape of leaves, for hiding gloves or chocolate, and to keep the hands warm on extra cold days.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This beanie matches the other items in the stripes collection; the Beret, Scarf and Cowl. It can be worn as a looser style by children and teenagers and as a tighter-fit beanie by adults.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This beret includes twisted stitches and a garter stitch band, wrong side st-st and simple shaping. An unusual take on a beret, to show the full properties of this tweed yarn.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is knitted with the long side of stitches on the needles so that it turns out looking like a very short, very wide scarf!
Knitting: Hats - Other
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This Baby Blanket is quick and easy to knit for a knitter with a knowledge of basic stitches or a beginner looking for a textured fabric challenge, without shaping or sewing seams. The colour is set throughout, so no colour changing or extra sewing in of ends is required.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
A cosy merino chunky hat to pull over your ears on a cold day!