Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Sarah is a fun piece with a touch of elegance. It is beautiful by itself on warm days, or it can be layered over a long sleeve tshirt and jeans for a modern take on the classic sweater vest, or under a blazer for the workplace or a night out. Sarah is a racerback sleeveless top with a deep and thick cowl neck. It is knit from the bottom up, begi...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Braided Socks are knit toe up with a cable and eyelet pattern that begins at the toe, and a unique braided cable on the back of the leg beginning at the short row heel. The pattern is only a 4 row repeat, making it easy to follow. The leg is ribbed between the pattern stitches for the best fit.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pucker Up is a perfect hat for Fall or Spring because it’s very lightweight and breaths well. Its 3-dimensional texture keeps it interesting to knit, and nice to pull out at the end of Winter when you still need a hat, but are tired of wearing one- Pucker Up is there with fun texture! It knits up quickly, but looks more complicated than it is.
I originally wrote these charts to use for a needlepoint TARDIS kleenex box (pictured) but the charts could just as easily be used for knitting, crochet, cross stitch or weaving. Use any yarn with appropriate size needles/hook to achieve the size you’re looking for.
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth, Scrubber, Bath Mitt
Use any worsted weight cotton or cotton/linen blend to make these quick and easy circular washcloths! Use them flat as potholders as well, or braid some yarn and thread it through the eyelets, cinch it closed around a bar of soap and use as a loofah for a luxurious washing experience.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Using this pattern, you will make 2 socks at a time, starting at the toe. You’ll try them on as you go, or follow the instructions in the pattern to take measurements of the person you are knitting them for. You can use any yarn and knit at any gauge, to any size foot!
A cable scarf to take you from simple 4 stitch cables up to a complex aran motif. 4 different cable patterns and the transitions between sections create a beautiful balanced scarf- whether you’re just learning cables or just want an interesting scarf to knit!
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
A highly textured lap blanket covered in woven cables and basketweave, knit in one piece with virtually no finishing. The complexity of the cables and texture will keep you interested while knitting, and will draw they eye when it’s draped over a chair when finished. The blanket is the perfect size to snuggle under while knitting away a cozy eve...