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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A ¾ circle shawl with three different lace sections and a knitted on border. Knit from the top (neck) down, the shawl can easily be made larger or smaller by altering the number of repeats in the last section. The ¾ circle shape creates more width for wrapping around the shoulders.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Simple cables and rib are combined to create a great fitting sock, while the unusual lace stitch running down the front and back add a bit of flair.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
A ribbed, flip-top mitten with a simple color-work cuff.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Thoughtfully placed yarn overs and simple decreases are combined with multitudes of twisted stitches to create the gracefully curving instep pattern for this sock.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A simple ribbed fingerless mitt with options for working with or without a thumb. The thumbed version includes a gusset for a great fit, while the thumbless version uses a slit opening for the thumb and knits up super quick.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Stepping Stones is a quick to knit triangular shawl knit from the top down. The simple geometric pattern stacks neatly, making it easy to read your knitting, perfect for those new to lace or reading charts.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This half circle shawl, inspired by Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Shawl, is knit top down with three different lace sections. Simple increase rows separate and define each lace section and create the shaping. The lace border is knitted directly onto live stitches, no long bind off or picking up stitches.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
Matching hat and fingerless mitts in a simple stranded color work pattern. The mitts are worked with an afterthought thumb to keep the color work pattern on the palm simple. The hat is worked with the yarn doubled for a little extra warmth and the added bonus of knitting up quickly.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This pattern uses a simple eyelet rib pattern to create a lacy yet well fitting sock. This easily memorized stitch pattern looks great in solids, stripes and multi-color yarns.
Knitting: Mittens
This pattern incorporates a simple three row rib pattern to create a warm mitten that stretches to fit a wide range of sizes.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A combination of simple increases and decreases create the lovely lace pattern for this shawl. Knit from the top down so you can easily make a larger or smaller version by altering the number of repeats.
Knitting: Cardigan
A quick to knit baby cardigan, perfect for beginning knitters or seasoned veterans.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Basic sock pattern - worked top down with a traditional heel flap and gusset and a wedge toe.
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
The design for this elegant drawstring bag was inspired by a sample in Gayle Roehm’s class on stitches from Japanese designs.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Checkerboard Mitts is an easy and quick to knit pattern that looks harder than it is. A simple combination of increases and decreases create the wavy checkerboard cuff while the ribbed pattern on the hand ensures a good fit for a wide range of sizes. Two skeins of yarn will make two pair of mitts in alternating colors.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
California Dreaminʼ is an elegant yet simple design that can be worked as a small shawlette or a large shawl. The lace pattern creates the scalloped edge, so you can stop when you want to, or knit until you donʼt have enough yarn left to work another repeat. Yarn choice further increases your options as the lace pattern looks great in any weight...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Claire consists of alternating columns of traveling stitches and rib. This easily memorized stitch pattern was designed to work well with multi-color yarns, but looks great in solids too.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I designed this sock pattern based on one of my favorite stitches for socks. I can’t recall where I first saw this stitch or if “skyp” was the actual abbreviation that was used. All I do know is that I love this stitch, the abbreviation makes sense to me and I have been using them both for years.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I designed this sock pattern based on one of my favorite stitches for socks. I can’t recall where I first saw this stitch or if “skyp” was the actual abbreviation that was used. All I do know is that I love this stitch, the abbreviation makes sense to me and I have been using them both for years.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
I designed these socks while watching my son compete in his regional wrestling meet. The better he did, the longer we stayed. He did very well, second place, and I finished most of the first sock before we left. A wonderful memento of a wonderful day. I hope you enjoy it.