Lori Emmitt

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Scarf
This simple lace scarf has a beautiful drape and is perfect for TV or conversational knitting. It looks great in most weights of yarn, and is delightful in solid, smooth, fuzzy sparkly, gradient or variegated yarn!
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
These quickly knit nautical pillows will brighten up any room!
Knitting: Scarf
This simply textured scarf with asymmetrical borders is delightful on both sides, and may be worn many different ways. With a width of 6 ½” (16.51 cm) and a length of 67” (170.18 cm), your choices are almost limitless!
Knitting: Scarf
This adorable scarf has two looks …..lots of ways to wear it too!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a simple and quick hat knit it the round using worsted weight yarn and U.S. Size 10 needles. Whip one up in no time at all for your favorite person!
Knitting: Clutch
This stunning clutch purse will work beautifully for both a spring day and a night on the town. Knit and felted using worsted weight wool and lace weight mohair, this purse can be knit up in just a few days.
Knitting: Vest
Can’t you just see you favorite toddler snuggling up in this adorably simple vest? It’s knit all in one piece with minimal seaming, using a three-needle bindoff.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
This is a simple garter edged mini-sock pattern. The finished item is the perfect size for a gift card or small treat, and would also make an adorable ornament or gift decoration.
Knitting: Containers, Hanging Ornament, Christmas Stocking
This is a simple lace edged mini-sock pattern. The finished item is the perfect size for a gift card or small treat, and would also make an adorable ornament or gift decoration.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This awesome hat will be the talk of the town, whether worn by baby, child, or adult.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern uses 3 colors of worsted weight yarn in different colors and textures - approximately 150 yards each, and 1 multi-color chunky boucle - approximately 55 yards.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This afghan is a great stash buster! It is also a wonderful opportunity to try out new yarns …..have fun with it! Pull together “odds and ends” and orphan balls of yarn to create a unique blanket any child will love. There are only a few small rules: