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eBook : 4 patterns

Mile End has been my home for the past 3 years. It is a small, mostly residential district in the heart of East London, within walking distance of both the Olympic Park and the City of London. In many ways it doesn’t have a lot going for it - it’s not very pretty, there isn’t a lot to do, and there are places to avoid at night. But it’s home.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Beret, Tam
Tredegar is a winter hat that will leave you smiling. Using a large lace repeat, the decreases are clevely built into the pattern to leave a clean and attractive crown, and a striking yet wearable result. Everyone needs that perfect winter hat, and Tredegar ticks all of the boxes for me - warm, soft, distinctive, and most importantly a really fu...
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
Wentworth is a unisex mitten perfect for textured yarns. Designed to highlight the wonderful slubby Habu Cotton Nerimaki yarn, and blending texture within texture through the use of cable and slip stitch patterns. Alternatively, knit them in a smooth, solid yarn to reveal a striking stitch pattern.
Knitting: Throw
Weekend is a medium sized throw or blanket that really can be made in just one weekend!
Knitting: Pullover
Ropery is a pullover with a bit of a difference! Using a combination of bias knitting, short rows and quick and easy cast-ons, a deep cowl front is created. This pattern is worked entirely in stockinette and reverse stockinette, to focus attention on the striking and unusual silhouette, and is much easier to execute than you may expect. Part of ...
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
Build on your skills with this classic sock pattern. The Brick by Brick stitch pattern is great for showing off the subtle variation of a kettle-dyed yarn. Available in two sizes to fit both men and women.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Roots is a new twist on a classic ribbed hat design. Knit from the top down, this pattern allows easy customisation for length as the hat can be tried on throughout the knit. Inspired by branching root patterns it features a striking branching rib pattern, stemming from a central point of origin.
Knitting: Cape
An unusual combination of cardigan and cape, this flattering and easily wearable “cardicape” is a quick and simple knit for an advanced beginner knitter, incorporating simple shaping and slip-stitch patterning. Taking inspiration from the changing colours of fall, and with a silhouette inspired by a grand oak tree, this pattern provi...
Knitting: Cuffs
Tumbledown Wristies are a quick and effective knit, making a lively bell shape suitable for all seasons. Particularly effective worn under winter coats for a splash of colour, these wristies are a great way to experiment with lace knitting. Using a simple 8 row repeat, these wristies are great travel knitting, and with an effective stretchy rib ...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top, Vest
K ō h ō is a lightweight summer vest inspired by the twists and turns found in modern Japanese fashion. Using a unique one piece construction including knitting both bottom up and top down (indeed, Kōhō is Japanese for “backwards”) this knit will have you thinking about the way you knit garments in a whole new way.
Knitting: Scarf
Tumbledown Scarf is a fun and lively knit, exploiting the soft drape and lucious sheen on this Sweet Clement Besotted Yarn. It is slightly curved, helping the lightweight scarf wrap snuggly round your neck. Using a simple, easy to memorise 8 row repeat this scarf makes great social knitting, and it’s modular nature gives an unusual, feminine res...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This beret was made to complete the perfect New Year’s Eve Mime Costume. It was made in under half an hour, and is a great pattern for anyone in a rush to complete that must-have look. It uses less than a skein of Rowan Big Wool, and is knitted using 12mm needles.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is included within a 9 page “How To Knit” document, at a Beginner’s Knitting Class held at University College London. The document contains a phototutorial of the knit and purl stitches, and a guide to casting on, binding off, increasing and decreasing.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is included within a 9 page “How To Knit” document, at a Beginner’s Knitting Class held at University College London. The document contains a phototutorial of the knit and purl stitches, and a guide to casting on, binding off, increasing and decreasing.