eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 6 patterns

Choose each element of your mysterious trunk knitting adventure - make different kinds of shawls, cowls, scarves, dishcloths, kerchiefs, or go wild and make a bigger item like a top or a blanket, all in custom sizes, and any weight yarn (no gauge swatch needed).

eBook : 4 patterns

Choose each element of your day in the woods knitting adventure, starting with which path to take (that’s which item you’ll knit). Choose which tree to climb (each is a stitch pattern); then pick where you’ll go exploring next - the river, the camp, go for a hike, or swing from a vine? All of your choices will result in different designs, along with your pick of yarn(s), size, etc. All the choices are yours to make!

eBook : 3 patterns

The modular, customizable Betiko shawl is joined by cabled, colorwork, and lace designs using the same unique construction.

eBook : 2 patterns

November’s club ebook - Bundle Up! - includes 2 knitting patterns that can be used to fancy up some imperfect winter clothes - pockets and a cabled piece that turns a long scarf into a cowl! With an emphasis on thrift store finds, the ebook includes 2 pages on thrifting for secondhand sweaters, and a tutorial for a wool mug sleeve, made from a felted sweater.

eBook : 2 patterns

February’s club ebook - Buttons! - includes patterns for Shoggoth, the pin cushion demon, and Buttontastic, a versatile accessory which can act as a bracelet, necklace, or headband. Those, plus button project tutorials for clothing embellishments, home decor, and jewelry!

eBook : 3 patterns

October’s club mini-ebook is all about celebrating! Make drink sweaters for wine glasses and beer bottle for when friends come over, knit up a lapel flower to wear out when you get dressed up, and crochet up some frilly special occasion shoes (which can also be easily dressed down to get more wear)! There’s also a bonus extra from my wedding crafting - printable song lyrics, fun!

eBook : 12 patterns

Accessories designed to make the most of your colors, using basic stripes and easy slipped stitches!

eBook : 2 patterns

May’s club ebook - Eat! - includes patterns for the Blocky Coaster/Potholder and Picnic Wrapper, plus a tutorial for a recycled shirt pocket apron, and a meatless grilling mini-zine!

eBook : 3 patterns

A pattern set for fingerless mitts, mittens, legwarmers, and a cowl, all in your choices of chevron block stranded colorwork patterns!

eBook : 2 patterns

September’s club mini-ebook includes everything you need to organize your knitting needles and notions! Make a case to hold all your most used items, a cup to display extra straights and double points, and a hanger to store your extra circulars. There’s also a tutorial for a little sewn baggy to hold your stitch markers and other tiny bits, and a sheet of embroidery patterns that you can use to embellish your bag and/or needles case.

eBook : 3 patterns

This pdf includes the basic strappy Haka hat (simple, super quick, and great for beginners!), the cabled Haka hat (also quick in bulky yarn), and the matching cabled cowl!

eBook : 3 patterns

3 different neck accessory patterns which are each ideal for bulky or super bulky weight yarns!

eBook : 1 pattern

3 different patterns for versatile garments!

eBook : 7 patterns

This mini-ebook is a set of the first 4 months of leethal quick knits club patterns (Aug-Nov 2009), which all use 10-15 yards of yarn!

eBook : 8 patterns

This mini-ebook is a set of 4 months of leethal quick knits club patterns (January-April 2010) - 8 patterns total - which all use 10-15 yards of yarn!

eBook : 8 patterns

This mini-ebook is a set of 4 months of leethal quick knits club patterns (May-August 2010) - 8 patterns total - which all use 10-15 yards of yarn!

eBook : 12 patterns

A collection of 12 knitting patterns by Lee Meredith which each use no more than 20 yards of yarn. A variety of different kinds of designs - from wooly home decor to functional items to silly costumes and more - these tiny patterns are great for learning knitting techniques on a small scale, instant gratification crafting, and using up leftover yarn scraps!

eBook : 3 patterns

Three different accessory patterns which each feature short rows and stripes!

eBook : 2 patterns

April’s club ebook - Listen Up! - includes patterns for the Record CD Gift Case, Guitar Pick Keyring Pouch, plus a tutorial for Vintage Doily Covered Speakers, and 6 Album Cover Artwork Connect-the-Dots Puzzles!

eBook : 2 patterns

March’s club ebook - Plug In! - includes patterns for the Screen-Friendly Gadget Case and Wrist Rest Tube, plus tutorials for a phone charging station and mp3 player pocket!

eBook : 2 patterns

January’s club ebook - Read Books! - includes two bookmark patterns which use around 12-15 yards of yarn; the short rows bookmark is fun to knit and will look fabulous in variegated sock yarn leftovers, and the pen tube bookmark is super functional and includes a couple of different variations for you to choose from. Those, plus bookends tutorials and book word game instructions!

eBook : 8 patterns

Remixed is Lee Meredith’s pattern collection and in-progress ebook, available for pre-order now. When you pre-order the book, you’ll immediately receive all 8 individual knitting patterns.

eBook : 2 patterns

June’s club ebook - Thrift! - includes patterns for the Bobble Star Embellishments and Bulky Teardrop Towel, plus a tutorial for nature plates, and a thrifty crafting links list! This is the last of the leethal quick knits club ebooks - all 10 are available separately to everyone.

eBook : 2 patterns

December’s club ebook - Wrap It! - includes 2 knitting patterns that can be used to contain and decorate special gifty items. The cabled box covers can be made with any yarn, fitted to any size box, and the simple chevron bows are any gauge as well! The extras are for various kinds of recycled wrapping paper - cork stamped paper, twirly designed wrapping, and 4 different knit fabric patterns to be printed out.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
This asymmetrical stripy pullover is custom fit to your body, with a boxy, oversized, snuggly shape, in any gauge, and it can be worn in any direction! Get really different kinds of sweaters depending on your yarn weight, and on the density of your gauge.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Use up leftover mini-balls of yarn for these simple, stretchy, ribbed fingerless mitts with stripes that blend and blur together!
Knitting: Cowl
Inspired by colorful beaded necklaces, Krewe is created with slipped and twisted stitches, then finished off by dropping full columns of stitches. It’s less airy than normal dropped stitch patterns, because of the density of the slipped stitches, but it’s still light enough for a spring or summer night accessory.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern includes 2 versions - the fully patterned shawl, in fingering weight yarn, and a simple variation with twisted stitches only around the edges and garter stitch stripes filling the body, which is for any weight yarn and custom sizable.
Knitting: Cowl
This reversible cowl for any gauge (worsted or heavier weight is recommended) uses a 2-color slip-stitch pattern which makes for completely different looks on the two sides; and the fit of the cowl will differ depending on which side is out, and on how it’s positioned, giving you multiple different looking cowls in one!
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This simple L-shaped piece of ribbed knitting, bordered with eyelet holes lining all edges, can be wrapped, buttoned, laced, or tied in countless different styles! (videos here!)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for any weight yarn! A very simple pattern for a very basic custom hat. A good introduction to any-gauge patterns.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Worked at any gauge in any weight yarn, with a simple construction for the asymmetrical triangle shape, this relatively easy to knit piece is a great way to showcase a collection of beautifully colored yarns. Pick a main color and as many contrasting partial skeins as you want, to make the dots in this slip-stitch colorwork shawl.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is an any-gauge pattern, designed specifically to use busy variegated colorways in any weight yarn, which may not look their best in plain stitch patterns, and would hide complex patterns like lace or cables. This hat uses slip stitches to really show off the colors in the variegation. You’ll work the easy stitch pattern in the hat’s body b...
Knitting: Headband
Inspired by a box of crayons, this design can be made in as many colors as you want, as a scarf or a headband in any size and any yarn weight, with woven-looking lines of colors scribbled over striping background colors. The contrasting pointed wedges are meant to resemble crayons, pointing asymmetrically into the piece throughout the body.
Knitting: Scarf
Inspired by a box of crayons, this design can be made in as many colors as you want, as a scarf or a headband in any size and any yarn weight, with woven-looking lines of colors scribbled over striping background colors. The contrasting pointed wedges are meant to resemble crayons, pointing asymmetrically into the piece throughout the body.
Knitting: Throw
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Cowl
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Headband
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Cowl
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Headband
Color by Number patterns are made with striping, picked up stitches, and a couple yarn-carrying tricks to make for as little finishing as possible, no complex techniques like stranded knitting or intarsia!
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is written for any gauge, though it’s ideal for yarn weights ranging bulky to super bulky, or yarns held double or triple stranded.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern includes 2 versions - the fully cabled shawl, in aran weight yarn, and a simple variation with cables only around the edges, which is for any weight yarn and custom sizable.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is for any weight yarn! Work at any gauge (no swatch necessary) to make any size shawl you want.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for any weight yarn! Work at any gauge (no swatch necessary) to make a custom fit hat by working the modular sideways brim first.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is part of the leethal Short Stripes Trio - 3 different accessory patterns which each feature short rows and stripes! Robin the shawl, Barry the hat, and Maurice the cowl (this pattern) all play with stripes and short rows in different ways, and are all fun and unique designs with lots of variations. (Each single pattern is $6; the who...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for any weight yarn! A stretchy garter stitch gender-neutral hat, with lots of size and shape flexibility in any weight, a wobbly braided cable wrapping around the base and over a single vertical stripe.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is for any weight yarn! A shawl constructed in sections, this can be made in any gauge (no swatching needed!) and in any size you like, with variation options based on your use of colors. The sections are all connected modularly, with no picked up stitches or sewing.
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
A lacy (or not so lacy) scarf or cowl with several options, constructed in panels worked in opposite directions, modularly with no picked up stitches!
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is for any weight yarn! These are constructed in the round in any gauge, from the thumb out, and come in 3 different versions: short fingerless, long fingerless, and full mittens. In the long fingerless version, the hand and wrist sides are the same length, so they can be worn in either direction.
Knitting: Bonnet, Earflap Hat
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This bonnet style hat can be made in any gauge, and custom sized to any head, though the specifics of its shape may differ with yarn weight - a bulkier yarn will make for more of a hood style. The modular shape is worked seamlessly, bordered with garter stitch around all the edges, with i-cords or braids fini...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Balaclava
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This mask can be made as freaky as you want it, and can be folded up into a completely non-freaky hat for when you don’t feel like scaring the socks off everyone who sees you! Crochet around the eyes and mouth with your choice of matching or contrasting yarn - the crochet edging can help up the freak factor i...
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This scarf is a very simple pattern, but by using all leftover yarn scraps to work each row in a different color, you’ll make a completely unique work of art for your neck - vary yarn weights and textures as well as color for the most interesting looking fabric. The easy garter-stitch-esque stitch patte...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is for any weight yarn! These fingerless mitts are custom sized to fit your hands, and can be made in any gauge. There are two different design options for the top hand section, as well as a 2-color option. These mitts are filled with swirling twisted stitches, decreases, yarn-over eyelet holes, and garter stitch texture; they are w...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This cabled shawl design is worked outwards, starting at the top center, with increases bringing it out into a curved U-shape, and can be worked either until it’s just the size you want, or until you run out of yarn. The bind-off can come at any row, and can be worked in a different colored yarn, both for a c...
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque, Cloche Hat
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This swirly hat pattern can be made with any gauge, fitted or beret style, slouchy or not, custom sized to your head, with buttons or without, with a pointed tip or not. With all these options, you can make it over and over, use up hat-quantity yarn leftovers, or random single skeins, making a totally differe...
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This moebius loop scarf can be made with any gauge, as wide as you’d like it, with a single yarn (self-striping works well) or striped between 2 or more different yarns. The simple slip-stitch pattern is the same on both sides, giving this moebius no right or wrong side. Wear it once around your neck fo...
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is for any weight yarn! A buttoning cowl, in a squishy reversible stitch pattern which plays very nicely with variegated yarns, and makes striping look like stranded colorwork!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for any weight yarn! An argyle-inspired custom-fit hat that can be knit in any gauge, with or without buttons, fitted or slouched in back - make yours exactly how you want it, then knit it over and over again, different every time!
Knitting: Cozy - Other
This pattern includes an any-size/any-gauge version, so you can make a case perfectly fitted to anything you want (I imagine this design working great for a laptop). Because of the way it’s constructed (with a sideways edge cast-on), every part can be measured as you work, so there’s no need for gauge-swatching or any calculations to...
Knitting: Accessories - Other
The flowers can be used to make headbands, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, be sewn or pinned onto clothing, or anything else you can think of!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is for any weight yarn! A uniquely constructed shawl (or shawlette) designed to work in any gauge, and to be made any size you like; not just that, but the construction makes it somewhat easy to plug different stitch patterns (like cables or simple lace) into the piece, if you’re adventurous enough! Betiko is a Basque name mea...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is for any weight yarn! Custom Tritops is a pattern set for any-gauge, custom fitting hats - you choose yarn, brim width, style, and one of three different tri-themed top decrease designs, each with a garter stitch element, tying it together with the sideways garter stitch brim!
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Cloche Hat
This texture-tastic, swirly, wavy, buttony, sea-inspired hat can be made in either a cloche or beret style, and is custom fit to your head by placing the buttons just so! Make a more subdued solid color version or a vibrant 2-color hat with contrasting waves!
Knitting: Accessories - Other
The 15 yard pattern from June’s leethal quick knits club kit, the luggage tag pouch can either be all knit, or include some crochet.
Knitting: Decorative - Other
The 15 yard pattern from May’s leethal quick knits club kit, this garter and stockinette stitch piece is designed to fit over a standard light switch plate, with all edges curling around, for easy gluing onto the plate.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Much easier than it may look - this mitts pattern has a lot going on to keep a knitter interested: 2 different working directions, faux cables, and more… but with stitch markers to help keep track of everything, it’s really not much harder than knitting with lots of increases and decreases, and will leave you with some classic but to...
Knitting: Stocking
A simple hat optionally made less simple by dyeing the yarn first! The hat is designed with style flexibility in mind - wear it brim-down for an oversized, slouchy style, or brim-up for a completely different, more classic look. This hat is all about personalization - make it how you want it, and keep your head warm in your own style! Includes p...
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
The 10 yard pattern from April’s leethal quick knits club kit, with a square of vintage lace, a little crochet, and a loop of t-shirt fabric for the handle, that small amount of yarn can expand to hold a good lot of fruit!
Knitting: Picture Frame
From the leethal quick knits club March 2010 kit, 15 yards of worsted/aran weight yarn make this 4x6 picture frame - you just need a 4x6 piece of cardboard for the back.
Knitting: Cuffs
From the leethal quick knits club February 2010 kit, this cuff is knit with 15 yards of worsted-ish recycled sweater yarn.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
From the leethal quick knits club January 2010 kit, they’re a pair of earflaps that get sewn into a hat to make it warmer for the winter.
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is for any weight yarn! Shapeshifter is an asymmetrical chevron shaped knit piece which can be worn in a seemingly endless number of cowl and hooded cowl shapes! To make it even more customizable, it’s an any-gauge pattern, which means you choose absolutely any yarn you want, and pick the needles to get the gauge you like, to ...
Knitting: Legwarmers
These legwarmers, which can be made in either the smaller, ankle-warmers size, or the taller size, button around your legs, for both form and functional purposes. Not only do the strappy pieces look super cool, but if you get too warm, you can easily take them off without having to remove your shoes!
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
This pattern is now available in a mini-ebook of leethal quick knits club patterns from Aug-Nov 2009. Get all 8 patterns in the ebook for $6, or you can buy just this month’s pattern set, if that’s all you want. ($3 gets you this one and the winter leaves pattern, as a set!)
Knitting: Bag - Other
This pattern is now available in a mini-ebook of leethal quick knits club patterns from Aug-Nov 2009. Get all 8 patterns in the ebook for $6, or you can buy just this month’s pattern set, if that’s all you want. ($3 gets you this pattern and the Stiffened Chevron Bookmark, as a set!)
Knitting: Money Purse
A little pouch that can strap around your ankle or wrist, just big enough to hold the little essentials, and a no-strap variation big enough to hold your cards and work as a thin wallet. 10 yard chunky weight yarn version of the strappy pouch, 15 yard DK weight version of both.
Knitting: Costume
leethal quick knits club pattern for the October Halloween costume themed kit! This moustache with sideburns is a simple stockinette stitch flat piece, blocked to eliminate curling edges.
Knitting: Money Purse
A very (very!) simple knit pattern, workable in pretty much any gauge, made into a cute zippered pouch with a 7” zipper, bias tape, a scrap of fabric, and lots of hand sewing.
Knitting: Earwarmers
Make ice cream earmuffs or a headband with this dual-purpose pattern!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Way back in my early knitting years, when I feared patterns and loved fat yarn and quick knits, I developed my super easy, fingerless, shapeless, fat and squishy “ninja mitts,” as I’ve always called them. The mitt design is great for finger mobility, can be pulled up over balled fists for extra warmth, or can be taken off the t...
Knitting: Component (stitch, edge)
A knitting concept that can turn a simple pattern into a randomized one-of-a-kind piece by turning the act of knitting it into a game.
Knitting: Coaster
The same pattern can work for smaller, felted coasters or larger, not-felted depending on the yarn you use. A simple design, knit around with decreases creating the five sided shape, you can felt it to be straight-edged or round, and you can bring out the design by picking a variegated yarn. Use different 10-15 yard scraps to make a set of misma...
Knitting: Cuffs
Ten designs, each using 10 yards of yarn, and 2 buttons, the set is meant not just to be a fun way to use up leftover yarn scraps for any knitter, but also to be a learning tool for beginners. So there are explanations of each abbreviation, and some info about things like eyelet holes, short rows, and slip-stitches in case you’ve never don...
Knitting: Cowl, Headwear - Other
This pattern is for any weight yarn! This any-gauge hoodie scarflet combo, with button closure that holds it on when the hood is down, can be made with any yarn/needle combo! Just plug your gauge into the formulas and you’re good to go. Make yourself a styling Skoodlet in different yarns for different looks, all with the same pattern!
Knitting: Scarf
A basic garter stitch scarf with some increases and decreases forming the waving shape and chevron point, and 3-color striping to make it pop! The pattern is written for any yarn weight, needle size, gauge - you just cast on as many stitches as you want for the width and knit until it’s long enough. Try a self-striping or variegated yarn, ...
Knitting: Slippers
A simple pair of slippers, knit flat up to the toe part, then around on double points, this is a good beginner pattern for those looking to get a little more complex.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A unique hat designed with a seemingly random wavy pointed pattern so it’ll frame your face differently as it spins around your head!
Knitting: Hats - Other
This is a pattern set with 6 different versions. There’s the wide straight brim, the slanting brim, and no brim, each with a clockwise spiral and counter-clockwise spiral pattern.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Use short row shaping to knit a hat flat on straight needles, plus some increases and decreases to make the wave design. My first self-published pattern, this one is a great way to learn short rows and can look very different when knit with a self-striping yarn, a variegated yarn, 2 colors striping, or wedges of different colors.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
A great pattern for bulky handspun yarn; because it’s knit top-down, you can easily make it exactly as long as you want without having to guess when to start decreasing. The pattern suggests a crochet edge, but if you don’t like to crochet, you could knit the last 4 or 5 rows in seed stitch instead.