Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
Columns of textural knots interspersed with lacey panels make for a perfect transitional cowl as cold weather gives way to spring. This luscious cowl is wide enough to fold over and clasp with a shawl pin, or leave it big and loose for airy style. The inside is pretty, too, making Coralline fully reversible.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Bands of horizontal chains on the cuffs, along with matching chained cast on and bind offs, distinguish these pretty mitts. A simple lace motif and clusters of twisted stitches supplement the textural appeal. For a fun additional twist, add a bit of sparkle with optional sew-on crystals.
Knitting: Cowl, Cuffs, Beanie, Toque
A trio of chill chasers -- cap, cowl, and cuffs -- keep the cold at bay without overheating. The easy lace rib works up quickly and can be blocked aggressively to show off the pretty openwork, or left unstretched for closer fitting warmth.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A bit of garter stitch welting in a contrasting color on the cuff and a simple lace motif on the hand distinguishes these pretty fingerless mitts. The longer length of both the hand and cuff add a touch of elegance and extra warmth.
Knitting: Decorative - Other
A charming, quick-to-knit Christmas tree applique that can be decorated as desired. Try beads, sequins, embroidered French knots, mini light bulbs or jingle bells from a crafts store, or sparkly yarn or tinsel. For a stitch marker greeting card, tie on marker(s) with thread or yarn, attach any other desired embellishments, and affix the tree to ...
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl features a simple slipped stitch pattern worked in alternating bands of variegated and semi-solid yarns and a pretty textured border. For a bold geometric look, work the cowl in brightly colored yarns with high contrast. An optional striped knitted lining adds a bit of fun and extra warmth, as well as making the cowl reversible. The pi...
Knitting: Cowl, Cape
A multicolored border, foldover collar, and lovely textured body feature in this lusciously soft capelet. Versatile enough to wear with jeans or for a dressy night out on the town, this shoulder hugger will keep you warm and in style.
Knitting: Cowl
Slipped stitch stripes punctuated with Stockinette diamonds result in a striking geometric design. The pretty openwork edging softens the overall look. Work the cowl in two sharply contrasting colors for a bold look, or choose closely related colors for a subtle effect. Blocking very lightly will allow the diamond sections to pucker resulting in...
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
The familiar V-shaped formation of Canada Geese flying overhead inspired this pattern, which can be knit and worn in many forms. The infinity and long scarves, worked in a soft fluid yarn, provide elegant drape. Wear it long or wrapped two or three times around your neck or up over your head for snuggly protection against the elements. In a stur...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
An exuberant ruffled cuff and beaded leg are featured in this delightful anklette. Knit in a brightly colored yarn, the sock almost shouts summer fun. If a ruffle is not your thing, simply omit it and knit the ribbing a bit longer.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A two-color dotted rib cuff distinguishes these lovely little hand warmers. Worked with slipped stitches and only one color per row, the rib is quick and easy, even for those new to colorwork. Knit the mitts in the longer length for a touch of elegance and for extra warmth, or knit them short to keep your fingers free.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A sweet scalloped cuff tops this simple and versitile sock that is fun and quick to knit. To easily transform the sock to an anklette, add a repeat or two to the Cuff Top, eliminate the Leg portion, and voila. If you prefer a fancier instep, simply work the entire Leg pattern down the instep to the toes. The choice is yours.
Knitting: Cowl
A pretty little cowl worked in a luscious cashmere/silk yarn keeps the chill at bay. The openwork ribbed pattern is easily memorized and works up quickly.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The wonderfully textured leg of this easy, quick-to-knit top-down sock leads to a little surprise on the insteps: charming butterfly motifs worked with basic knits and purls. Choose a knit or purl background, or one of each; add crystals or metallic thread at the ends of the attenae for a bit of bling; or simply work the instep in plain Stockine...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A reversible lace & rib pattern and hook & eye closures are featured in this whimsical sock that can be knit in a variety of ways. Fold the top over for an interesting cuffed look (with the hooks either open or closed), or knit the entire leg in the round for a more traditional sock. For a dramatic shawl-collared anklet, knit the top of ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This download provides complete instructions in both charted and written format for TWO PATTERNS:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Along California’s Gold Coast lies a stretch of beach known as the Rincon. Long and narrow, it’s a great place to walk, scramble over rocks, and search for sea glass. This sock’s simple yet engaging cable motifs evoke the Rincon’s tidepools and little rivulets of water running down the sand to meet the Pacific.
Knitting: Decorative - Other
A charming, quick-to-knit Christmas tree applique that can be decorated as desired. Try beads, sequins, embroidered French knots, mini light bulbs from a crafts store, or sparkly yarn or tinsel.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This download provides complete instructions in both charted and written format for TWO PATTERNS:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Paired couching stitches worked on the diagonal resemble little wings taking flight. Add a bit of bling with sew-on crystal montees, or leave unadorned for a lovely textured sock.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
A thick slipped-stitch rib-patterned cuff hugs your ankle with warmth and comfort. The short cuff is worked flat and then joined for working in the round to complete the heel and foot. Add a button closure, or leave it plain for a slight V-neck opening. A simple pattern on the instep keeps up the textural interest without adding bulk.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
A top-down anklet with two cuff options: a shorter stand-up cuff or a bit longer fold-over cuff. This anklet can easily be converted to a full leg by adding additional repeats of the cuff and leg ribbing until desired length is obtained. The cuff is worked flat, then joined for working in the round.