Jamie Hoffman

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Tee
Scrappy V and The V-back Tee are part of a bundle. If you have purchased one, you will receive an automatic 20% discount for the other. No coupon needed!
Knitting: Pullover
The Waning Lace yoke features an airy zigzag pattern that evolves into delicate lace-framed leaves. The lace fades asymmetrically into stockinette for both the body and the sleeves, and there are three sleeve options: half, three-quarter and long sleeve. The sweater is worked seamlessly and top-down, with a crew neckline to squeeze in as much l...
Knitting: Cardigan
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Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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Knitting: Pullover, Tee
The V-back Tee and Scrappy V are part of a bundle. If you have purchased one, you will receive an automatic 20% discount for the other. No coupon needed!
Knitting: Throw
This chunky, square-shaped afghan evolved from the royal color palette that I selected for its intended recipients. The afghan is knit by alternating sections of garter stitch with sections of stockinette stitch and is finished off with four extra-thick tassels at each corner. Throughout the pattern two strands of yarn are held together. After ...
Knitting: Potholder, Doily
When searching for quick and easy patterns for Christmas gifts this year I found nothing that grabbed me. I am always drawn to Knit Collage, which makes a variety of yarns that knit up quickly while also giving a pop of that extra something that is truly special. I bounced around a few ideas and ultimately decided on a potholder. Essentially ju...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As with all my previous patterns, I designed this one because I could not find a pattern that I liked for the yarn and style that I wanted.
Knitting: Softies - Other
I designed these adorable toadstools for my family. My kids absolutely love them. Each is knit in one piece, but they are not stand-alone! I wanted these guys to be true softies that can be thrown around and squeezed to the heart’s desire. Enjoy!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I knit this hat for a friend, who requested a garter brim and simple design. Because I could not find a pattern for adults and using bulky yarn for this type of hat, I created one myself using trial and error.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I designed this pattern for a special baby girl named Kaiya Mei. This Fair Isle motif is intended to fade gradually and randomly from the first color to the second. I chose a multi-color yarn with a natural main color to soften the look, but I think two solid and contrasting colors would work great, too. Get creative!
Knitting: Feet / Legs - Other
This knitting pattern is for sandals or foot decorations that tie around the ankles. The ties are crocheted chains but can be knitted in I-cord instead. It is a relatively simple pattern and ideal for beginners, plus it requires only a few scraps of yarn.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I designed this hat for the baby of a member of my tennis community. It is very simple to knit, and the rolled brim allows for a flexible fit and all around good comfort. Tennis fans big and small are sure to love it!
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
My children enjoyed helping me string the beads in this quick and easy project!