Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Cables and I have long had a deep, loving relationship that I refer to as a “cableship”. I bring the yarn and needles, while the cables bring the power to make my heart sing!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The perfect match to the Scoreboard cowl and a great way to use any leftover yarn. Stripe the hat to reflect the win/loss record of your favorite team.
Knitting: Poncho
Join me in April as we knit a gorgeous poncho - absolutely this year’s hottest fashion accessory! The fabric has an interesting design with superior drape. Best of all, the simple construction makes it a garment that is flattering on EVERYONE! Knitters of all shapes and sizes modeled the poncho and were thrilled with the flattering silhoue...
Knitting: Cowl
Ramp up your knitting skills with a stunning two-color cowl using HiKoo Sueno (formerly Frog Tree’s Pediboo). The stranded cowl (also known as Fair Isle knitting) features lessons on hand positioning, yarn dominance, managing floats and a surprising take on an old favorite. The cowl is available in two sizes to suit your style.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Navajo knitting magically alternates opaque and sheer stripes in this versatile V-shaped wrap. The long color repeats of Laceball are a perfect showcase for Navajo knitting. See Navajo Knitting video.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A beautiful crescent-shaped shawl knit with the lovely yarn, Rylie by HiKoo®. The shawl will be featured in the limited edition color, Power Pink. This specially dyed yarn is a deep berry hue that complements everyone. Rylie is also available in 16 other beautiful colors for endless possibilities.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A stylish hat to accompany my Unleashed convertible mitten pattern.
Knitting: Home - Other
These darling ornaments take only a few hours to knit but will be treasured for years! Pattern includes simple charts for 3 designs, written row instructions and video tutorials.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Unleashed – a delightful convertible mitten that was my July 2015 KAL. These gems have a handy flip top allowing them to be worn as fingerless mitts or as a warm mitten. Perfect for texting, dog walking, or knitting outdoors. Available in Child (approx. 4-6 yrs.) and Adult (fits most) size.
Knitting: Cowl
The Scoreboard Cowl is worked in the two (or three) colors of your favorite football team! The idea is simple - knit the points as they are scored in each game. Knit the long and proud original version or Scoreboard 2.0, a shorter version that still keeps you in all the action.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Pattern is available as part of a kit on Craftsy or pattern only here on Ravelry.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Kaika is the Japanese word for “bloom” and this toe up sock is blooming with gorgeous stitches and techniques. The design debuted in my April 2015 KAL and features Japanese-inspired stitches and a Japanese short row heel.
Knitting: Mittens
This varsity inspired classic is simple to knit and a great introduction to the world of mittens. This design features an easy full-fashioned thumb gusset.
Knitting: Table Setting - Other
Knitting: Scarf
The reversible cable pattern is full of beautiful stitches enhanced by the lovely tweed yarn, Kenzie. Endgame’s unisex design features a tubular cast on and bind off and an I-cord edge. Continue to grow your knitting skills while creating a classic, yet modern, scarf.
Knitting: Cowl
Namesake is a completely reversible cowl featuring the luxurious yarn, Simplinatural. The exquisite softness and superior stitch definition of this yarn is perfect to showcase the unique design. I’m excited to share the Channel Island Cast On and a brand new bind off that I created! The cowl is available in three sizes and the circumference may ...
Knitting: Hats - Other
The Progressive Needles Knit Along continues with an exciting two-color hat design that is an adaptation of one of my most popular patterns, Corkscrew Mittens. The hat is “brimming” with new techniques sure to dazzle knitters of all skill levels. It is the perfect portable project for your summer travels.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitters of all skill levels will love this quick to knit hat. It is suitable for beginners as a first circular knitting project. (Yes, there is life after scarves!) With four size options (2 years to adult) you can knit one for almost everyone!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knit a gorgeous shawl that was my April 2014 Mystery KAL featuring the brand new yarn from HiKoo – Rylie. This luxurious yarn is is a blend of baby alpaca, mulberry silk and linen. It is soft and strong with a lovely hand and is available in a variety of beautiful colors. You won’t want to miss the new stitches and techniques as well as this exc...
Knitting: Pullover
This simple sweater “pops” thanks to a bold plaid front worked in intarsia. Knit from the bottom up and fitted with set-in sleeves, the colors of Simpliworsted quickly create a retro classic.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Two at a time sock pattern from my January 2014 KAL sponsored by Skacel Collection.
Knitting: Pullover
Mixed patterns pair perfectly in this drop shoulder crew neck sweater. Fans of my Colormatic cowl will recognize the fun slip stitch patterns. Sweater is knit flat from the bottom up with minimal shaping for a quick knit. Two colors of yarn are used - make one of them a variegated for a multi-color look. Pattern includes both charted and written...
Knitting: Cowl
Color work meets pattern mixing in this stylish cowl. Four colors of Kenzie yarn play together in a simple yet interesting knit. Pattern includes both charted and written directions and lots of video support. Try the short version for a quick knit or go for the long version to wear fashionably doubled.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Ridgely was the April 2013 mystery KAL in the Progressive Needles Knit Along sponsored by Skacel Collection. The two colored shawlette features Cobasi and can be worn as a stylish scarf or over the shoulders on a chilly evening. Knit with two skeins for the main color and one skein for the contrasting color, the pattern features many color techn...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Celtic cables dance up the leg of this toe up sock that is sure to put an Irish spring in your step! The ribbed toe, heel and leg give the sock a superior fit. Detailed row instructions and simple charts make this a sock you will want to knit again and again. Sock available in Women’s Medium and Large.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Why shouldn’t toes and heels have fun, too? This toe up sock features a ribbed toe and a ribbed heel for superior fit and an interesting design. All techniques are supported with online video tutorials at knitpurlhunter.com
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Just a few quick rounds transform a plain baby hat into a regal topper with the insertion of the Crown Stitch. Knit the hat in luxurious cashmere and you have the perfect crown fit for your little prince or princess! Hat is knit in the round using double points or Magic Loop method. All techniques are supported with FREE online video instruction.
Knitting: Cowl
The Progressive Needles KAL continues October 4th with a rockin’ cowl that features great stitch patterns, fun techniques and lots of online video instruction. Our sponsor, Skacel, is once again furnishing fabulous prizes. For more info, check out my website.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Summer 2012 project in the Progressive Needles Knit Along sponsored by Skacel.
Knitting: Knee-highs, Thigh-high, Mid-calf Socks
Wear your own sock history! Create one-of-a-kind tights, calf or knee socks using leftover sock remnants. These beauties are knit two at a time from the toe up using the Magic Loop or two circular method for expert shaping and a perfect fit. Instructions for Women’s Small, Medium and Large. Pattern is easily customized to any size.
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Stocking
The honeycomb cable pattern has never been as much fun as in these stylish hats. Try the Slouchy version for a trendy look or the Watch Cap version for a classic nod. Both versions are toasty warm and deceivingly simple!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Beginning with a garter stitch tab, the textured shawl contains three bands of interesting stitches finished with the charming picot bind off. Formerly my October 2011 KAL, all the techniques are supported with video tutorials at knitpurlhunter.com
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The first pattern in the Trekking Knit Along series features a toe up sock and axis cables using “Susanne” yarn. Like all my patterns it is supported with video lessons. Look for the video title next to the pertaining abbreviation or technique. Videos may be accessed directly from the pattern by simply clicking the highlighted link or from my ho...
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Knit this cozy coffee sleeve from leftover sock yarn. It’s a win‐win: help the environment AND make room in your stash for more sock yarn!
Knitting: Mittens
Two color cabled mittens are not only fun to knit, but will keep your hands toasty warm. Pair the colors of your favorite team and cheer them on in style!
Knitting: Balaclava
This simple to knit hat is perfect for snow boarders, hunters, and sled riders. It features front and back flaps with a snug ribbed neck to keep you warm without the bulk of a scarf.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Enjoy knitting this lacy top down sock that begins with a hemmed picot edge. The process used here requires no finishing - the hemming is worked into the knitting and not as a final chore at the end of the project. Watch the Hemmed Picot Edge Video to learn this sweet little technique. The pattern includes your choice of an easy to follow chart ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Just one stitch will cause your sock to “lean” to the left or the right. Make one of each and you have a pair of politically correct socks. This top down sock starts with a unique bobble row and spirals on down to an easy short row heel. Everyone votes for this sock!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Have a wonderful time knitting this double mock cable using a right twist in place of traditional cabling. This handsome top down sock is suitable for both men and women with directions given for both.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Begin this top down sock with a dainty picot cast on. The line of leaves down the outside of each cuff provides the opportunity to knit a sock specific to the left and right foot. The nubby rib just begs to be accompanied by a purled sole. The reverse stockinette allows the soft knit side to comfort your feet. Increase your skills with the purl ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This simple top down sock uses the classic basket weave pattern. It looks deceivingly difficult (only you need to know how easy it is!) which makes it perfect for the newer sock knitter. Be prepared for lots of compliments!