Kirsten Spitzer

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I searched high and low for the perfect hat pattern for my brother who is currently in living in England. I couldn’t find the perfect one, so I decided to make one up. This is a great unisex hat. It can be worn with a bit of slouch or folded up and tight like a beanie hat.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This basic baby hat pattern is one I have used for years. As I was searching for something new to make my new baby, I couldn’t find the perfect hat, so I returned to the same old hat I always make--tried and true. I wanted to make the pattern available for everyone to enjoy in honor of my new little baby--Sadie Lynn.
Knitting: Cowl
Just in time for fall!! I just love fall, it is my absolute favorite season. I really wish I lived somewhere where I could really dive into some beautiful leaf piles and see all the colors change, the desert, unfortunately, does not provide that for me. I don’t let that hold me back from creating a fall atmosphere in my home, though-apple crisp...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
My sister is a really fun, hip, cool girl. She loves to snowboard and asked me to make up a funky, fresh pattern for her to wear on the slopes. This slouchy hat is a fun, quick project. The intermittent purl stitches throughout add a cool, subtle texture to the hat.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is a fun, frilly, slouchy hat with a really cool X pattern around the edge. Because it uses a size J hook for the bulk of the pattern, it makes up really quick. I provide detailed pictures with the instructions to do the X in the edging.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
This is a knitting pattern for a “thick and quick” slouchy hat with an owl perched on the brim. You can whip one of these up pretty quickly in an afternoon. It can be worn slouchy or roll the brim up and it can be a scull cap.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat is so perfect for a crisp, cool day! It is such a classic looking beanie that is knit using circular needles. I love the texture of the braided cable, and if you use wool yarn, it will keep your little one nice and warm.
Crochet: Headwear - Other
Looking for a way for your kiddo to keep the sun out of their eyes this summer and look super cute at the same time? Here is a series of headband, visor patterns that will do just that! This series comes with 3 crochet patterns that all whip up in a quick hour or two.
Crochet: Accessories - Other
This pattern is now available to purchase.
Crochet: Billed Hat
I love the rustic look of crochet cables. This crochet newsboy hat is very fun to make. If you can front post and back post crochet, you can make this hat!
Crochet: Beret, Tam
My sister wanted to re-learn how to crochet, so I made up this pattern for her. She did a fabulous job creating this hat (not bad for not crocheting in forever)!
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Both knitting and crochet techniques are used in this pattern. The bulk of the pattern is knit in the round while the edge and brim are crochet.
Crochet: Legwarmers
This is a very easy crochet pattern that a beginner can do within a couple of hours. It is crocheted in the round, so there is no sewing involved at the end.
Crochet: Billed Hat
This crochet hat pattern is now listed in my etsy shop. The inspiration for this hat came from a dear friend of mine who is from New York City. She is such a city girl, and when I saw a picture of her wearing the cutest hat in Paris, I had my inspiration!
Knitting: Legwarmers
Because my daughter has the skinniest stick legs you have ever seen, it is impossible to find legwarmers that fit her. It is a very easy pattern that a beginner can do within a couple of hours.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I have been loving the warmer weather and beautiful sunshine the past few weeks. The trees are all in bloom, and I have serious spring fever! I wanted to make my daughter a hat that would be nice for spring. I created this pattern from about four different patterns, so I cannot claim it as my own. I would love to share this creation with you.
Knitting: Dress
This dress is perfect for any season. The main part of the dress is knit using circular needles, and there is very little sewing involved. You can follow the striped pattern, or make it a little easier by using a solid color or a striped yarn.
Knitting: Billed Hat
Both knitting and crochet techniques are used in this pattern. The bulk of the pattern is knit while the edge and brim are crochet.
Crochet: Brimmed Hat
This is a “slightly” slouchy hat, it is not fully slouchy like some you may find. I like this slightly poofy look for smaller children and adults with smaller heads.
Knitting: Skirt
This skirt is knit using circular needles, so it can be made up super quick. It is a fun way to use up all the scraps of yarn you have left over from other projects, and looks so cute on your little girl! If you prefer to knit without circular needles, directions will be provided at the end of the pattern.