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eBook : 3 patterns

The Honey Collection is a mini-collection of six accessories: three hats with three matching cowls.

eBook : 3 patterns

The Lofoten Collection is a mini-collection of three hat patterns inspired by the awe-inspiring islands of Arctic Norway: Lichen It, Sea

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Scarf
The Cotton Candy Wrapper scarf is a great match for jeans and a sweater on a cool spring day or summer evening. The sample shown was knitted with slightly rough recycled cotton (with a synthetic blend to help it hold its shape). Other inexpensive coarse cotton yarn could be substituted for a similar casual, rustic effect.
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
Honey and Waffles uses a classic slipped stitch motif to create a striking raised grid in the main color that is evenly decreased at the crown of the hat. For a subtler look, it can be knit in one color. The bold look of this pattern is surprisingly simple to knit.
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
The Honey Dome Hat creates a peek-a-boo check by two slipped stitches with two knitted stitches interspersed by ridges of purl. Using a slightly piled yarn such as the Seda Rustica used in the sample, the main color is the star, and the background color just peeks through. The garter brim gives the hat a slight cloche-like or beach hat flair. Fo...
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
The Honey Flower Hat uses traveling slipped stitches to create an “X” pattern on the main body of the hat along with strategically placed and, mostly hidden decreases create a flower motif at the crown. It’s striking in stripes or as a solid color hat. Ombre/slightly variegated yarns work especially well as a contrast color or for a single color...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Lichen It hat is inspired by the magnificent lichen and moss-covered granite slabs that rise from the ocean on the glorious arctic islands of Lofoten, Norway. The texture is created by a twisted, modified moss stitch dubbed the “lichen stitch”.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Sea Slab hat is inspired by the magnificent moss-covered granite slabs that rise from the ocean on the glorious arctic islands of Lofoten, Norway. The swirling pattern is made with a simple repeating slipped stitch pattern. The decreases are hidden, so the swirl continues unbroken to the crown of the hat.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Stocking
Nordlys is the Norwegian word for the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. The Nordlys hat was inspired by the incredible green light show that rises in the arctic sky during the dark winter. The stitch pattern along the bottom is a slipped stitch rib that continues into a slipped stockinette stich pattern. The floats from the slipped stitch crea...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Stash-a-fras is fun to knit, easy to wear, and the i-cords are a great way to use up your remnants. You can even enlist your kids or significant other to help make the i-cords (or tuck their yarn tails). It’s a fairly small shawl knit on big needles, so it knits up relatively quickly.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is mainly just a chart for the DNA graphic. It’s NOT a tutorial in how to double knit. However, assuming you can knit and purl, the following links should explain all the techniques needed to make the scarf.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
My mom wanted a cozy outer layer for cool summer evenings outdoors that would look good with a sundress and not be too warm, so I made the Midsummer Night’s Shrug.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Central Dogma is the way the information in your genes becomes expressed as all of the wonderful things that living creatures are.