Theresa Belville

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Knitting: Brimmed Hat
There’s an entirely new phenomenon happening in my house. My boys are becomes skaters. We’ve done roller skating, ice skating, and rollerblading before. That is not which I speak of. This is Sk8, of the board variety. Along with it comes a whole new language, clothing, and…truth be told, a feeling of utter panic in my mama heart. (will they bre...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit in the round with shaping at the ears to keep earms and neck warm without annoying ties. Simple knit/purl texture adds interest to this hat, and is very easy to do! Like many of our other patterns, this one comes with sizes from infant to XL adult and includes an appendix with complete details on any techniques that you may need clarificat...
Knitting: Pixie Hat
Are there elves living in your house? There’s a few in mine, and they love these Elfin Hats! In sizes from infant to man’s, you can keep all the elves warm with this one easy pattern.
Knitting: Slippers
This slipper sock is Little Turtle Knits’ November Sock Club pattern. Fuzzy Elf (A great name for a cocktail, Mr. Turtle Knits thinks!) is a simple sock, knit on large needles with some ingenious design elements to make it the perfect house elf socks.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Honey Do is a versatile cap, suitable of either guy or gal, and works up quickly in worsted weight yarn. With a generous ribbed brim to keep ears warm, and a fun slip-and-tuck pattern to keep it interesting enough to zoom to the finish but easy enough that you won’t be glancing back at the pattern constantly. Use my Circular Tubular Cast On if ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Winter’s chill is just around the corner, and what better way to keep those you love warm than by wrapping them in some knitted hugs and kisses? This hat features easy cabling details that will help trap air pockets to keep heat in, and a long fold-up ribbed cuff for extra ear warmth. It knits up quickly on large needles, and strikes the perfec...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This is Little Turtle Knits’ January Sock Club Pattern. It will be available for public purchase on June 1, 2009.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
With a tubular cast on for a nice stretchy edge, this hat works up jiffy quick with worsted weight on oversized (US 10.5) needles. The texture pattern is embarrasingly simple, but looks complex. Clever shaping maintains the stitch pattern look as you decrease for the crown.
Knitting: Headwear - Other
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Knitting: Cowl
Not a scarf! is the answer to the busy mama’s desperate plea. Do you have one of those little squirmers who will not wear a scarf? I’ve had four of them, and this simple cowl has saved my sanity. Worked in the round, it’s a quick knit done in mistake stitch ribbing. It provides warmth and insulating thickness, while being plain and comfortable ...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
There are way too many mornings when I wake up and feel like my brain is tilting and scattering all over the place. My go to fix? Coffee, of course. (The overextended mama’s salvation can surely be found in a steaming mug of java!) One particular morning as I was sitting and knitting a pair of socks with this tilting cable on the cuff, I realiz...
Knitting: Leggings
This pattern offers an easily customized pair of longies for their little one.
Knitting: Bonnet
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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
this is Little Turtle Knits’ December Sock Club pattern.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is a very special design that I worked on while on bedrest for our youngest babe. Obviously, turtles are a big thing in our house ;) This blankie is completely seamless, knit flat in garter stitch, so it’s a super easy knit. You can make it girly by leaving off the head, feet and tail and it’s instantly transformed into a fantastic flower ...
Knitting: Poncho
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Knitting: Animal Toy
Can you tell I’ve got a thing for turtles? This is a super sweet, squishy and huggable turtle for the wee ones. Worried about lead paint and other dangers in your kids’ toys? Give the gift of warm and woolly turtle goodness and know that it’s safe, because it’s made with love by you!
Knitting: Scarf
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Knitting: Beret, Tam
Okay, apparently I really love Kirsten Dunst hats, LOL! First was the SpiderMan2 hat, and now the Elizabethtown hat. So, I’ve quickly put together these two patterns for anyone else out there who, like me, loves these movie hats!
Knitting: Cloche Hat
This is a cute, easy to knit hat - perfect for baby shower gifts!