Megan Marshall

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 5 patterns

Pattern bundle of 4 crochet shawls and one cowl.

eBook : 2 patterns

Pattern bundle containing Blackwood and Sassafras shawls. Both use the same lace eyelet pattern. One is triangular and one is rectangular.

eBook : 3 patterns

A collection of 3 textured crochet accessories.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
A simple little cowl in 3 different yarn thicknesses.
Crochet: Cowl
The soft, semi-solid single ply merino of Malabrigo Lace makes a beautiful textured cowl.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
A small triangular textured crochet shawl in sock-weight yarn, perfect for that special skein in your stash of solid or semi-solid yarn.
Crochet: Beret, Tam
Perfect for that special skein of semi-solid, solid or tonal hand-dyed yarn.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This delicate crochet shawl uses basic stitches and is much easier to make than it looks. Perfect for that special skein of hand-dyed or handspun lace weight yarn.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Hand-dyed semi-solid merino/nylon is the perfect yarn for these twisted cable socks.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
A delicate, quick and deceptively simple crochet shawl/scarf in hand dyed lace weight yarn.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This sock has an interesting but easy to memorise cable pattern and plenty of stockinette which makes them knit up quickly. They’ll go even faster if you can cable without a cable needle.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are much easier to knit than they look. The cable pattern is easily memorised, and you will quickly be able to knit them without the chart.
Knitting: Socks
The central cable panel for these socks is modified from Elsebeth Lavold’s ‘Viking Patterns for Knitting’. This in turn is an interpretation of cabling/knotwork from a helmet found in York. In the late 9th century and first half of the 10th century, Northern England was dominated by Norse warrior-kings, and Jorvik was their name for the capital...
Knitting: Socks
These toe-up socks knit up quickly but the lace pattern on front and back still keep them interesting. They’ll be finished before you can even think about second-sock syndrome.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This shrug small enough to put in your handbag and take to a party, pub, park, restaurant, etc and whip it out when you need an extra layer. It is very versatile and will look great over a party dress, a camisole or a strappy summer dress.
Crochet: Scarf
I came up with the idea for this scarf as a project to fight boredom on a very long flight back from Tasmania to England, I managed to finish making it minutes before landing!
Crochet: Scarf
Originally published in Spring 2008 through The Inside Loop, now available as a free ravelry download.