Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Now you can embrace your inner pirate, whether you do your marauding at sea or on the slopes. A traditional Norwegian snowflake motif meets the Jolly Roger in this cozy but cool hat. Featuring a sleek and stretchy knitted hem, Latvian braid trim and a matching braided tassel, this hat is perfect for wintertime looting, pillaging, and trips to th...
Knitting: Glasses Case
Blink and you’ll miss it! Here’s an adorable little glasses case you can knit in under an hour. Felt it up in your washing machine and embellish it any way you wish. Useful to have around and great to give as a gift, Wink glasses cases will also help you use up those odds and ends of yarn you’ve been hanging on to.
Inspired by the designer’s hometown, Portland, Oregon, City of Roses is a buttoned cowl worked in delicious Cashmere-blend yarn created just for the design by Portland’s own Abstract Fiber. Stunning shades inspired by Portland’s famous International Rose Test Garden bloom on a background of pearl, edged in leafy green.
Work a little Magic! The adorable hares on these Selbuvotter will keep you hopping. Starting with bobbled hems and chevron-lace cuffs, the mittens continue with gusset thumbs, and finish with traditional pointed tops. Worked primarily in two contrasting colors, the design is embellished with additional colors using duplicate stitch.
Originally designed as an exclusive for the Knitters Review Retreat in 2012, Slebu-Baaa-Ter are a modern twist on traditional Norwegian mittens. Love Sheep? Who doesn’t? These are the beginning of your Dream Flock. Count them, why don’t ya? Then make a pair for all the sheep-lovers you know. And don’t forget yourself!
Formal Kilt Hose to fit your favorite Scot! Whether you’re Scottish by birth or Assimilation, properly fitted hose are a luxury every Braveheart deserves. With a foldover cuff that sports cables, openwork and bobbles, these hose are suitable for fancy dress occasions from weddings and balls to Hogmanay.
Caora Dubh (Black Sheep) is Mary Scott Huff’s fresh new take on the classic cabled cardigan. Worked flat, in pieces, from the bottom up, Caora Dubh’s details include dense cables above a stockinette lower body, easy-fitting gathered sleeves, and a cozy shawl collar. Bobbles on all the edges provide both a surprise finish, and a touch...
Two gorgeous versions of the same lace pattern, in deep, vinyard-inspired colors. The vest, in “Old Purple”, sports a hip-skimming length and asymmetrical closure. The Cardigan, shown in “Wine” has a cropped length, centered closure, and bracelet sleeves. Both use the same delicate lace pattern, for a feminine look with an easy fit.