eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads
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).
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!
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.
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!
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!
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.
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!
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!
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.
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.