Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Julie’s cozy Nurtured yarn was so inspiring and I absolutely loved watching it transform from skein to this pullover. The full “body” of this yarn lends itself beautifully to not only the lace front of this sweater, but also showcases the textured hem, cuffs, cowl and back detail.
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
A functional, versatile wrap that can be worn multiple ways to achieve maximum warmth while keeping your style fresh, elegant and cool. Lightweight and cozy. Contains a border texture(not moss stitch!) to keep it interesting, but easy enough to keep it zen.
Knitting: Doll Clothes
Two miniature versions of two of my most popular designs!
Per request, the adult version of my child’s Cap A Chino pattern. The medium size is for a calf that is 14 inches at the largest part. Remember that you want the legwarmers snug enough that they don’t fall down as your calf flexes and relaxes, unless of course you like the very slouchy look!
Knitting: Billed Hat
This is a great stash buster project and is a great way to get rid of those leftover half skeins of yarn. This hat knits up fast and keeps the head toasty! If made with wool, which I highly suggest since it’s warmest and lends to stretching, this hat is one size fits all (tweens and adults).