Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Perfect for people who love cables and cowls! Hyperballad has two sizes, a smaller one for wearing inside a coat to keep your neck toasty warm, and a bigger, more dramatic version that you can wear from fall through to spring. Instructions for both sizes are included in the pattern.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
This pattern was designed exclusively for the TFA Year In Colour Club, March 2014, featuring the custom colour ‘Fiesta’ in Tanis Fiber Arts Cosmic Blue Label Fingering Weight yarn. Now it is available for individual purchase, with a tweak on the thumb gusset for the right mitt.
I wanted a lovely, lacy bonnet that was fast to knit for my baby girl. The lace design is simple, and reminds me a bit of lilac flowers (the colour helps, too). The ties are i-cord, but if you wanted to skip that you could easily sew some ribbon to the edge instead. Enjoy!
This is a pattern I drafted based on the scarf pictured, which is a factory made store-bought scarf form Primark (UK). As it is no longer sold, and I get loads of questions about mine, I charted out the design and recorded the details, so that if you wanted to make your own, you can!
This scarf features a completely reversible stitch pattern with a 4 row repeat, and is easy to memorize. I knitted this scarf in two pieces and seamed them together, and I really believe that the seams prevent the scarf from getting stretched out. The pattern is a fast knit- it took me less than a week from cast on to cast off.