Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Hats - Other
This is a design inspired by Elsbeth Lavold’s Viking Patterns for Knitting. The symbol between the cables is the St John’s Cross, also called the happiness sign because it was supposed to bring happiness.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This Parfait Top is worked in stockinette, in the round, bottom up to the armholes. It is then divided front/back, then divided again at the neckline to work the shoulder straps which are grafted/kitchenered together.
Knitting: Chart
These charts are based on the ones used in my DK Tea Set and Sheep Blanket patterns. These charts are available to use in any other patterns, DK or otherwise.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The gauge listed above is for the S and M sizes. To get the larger size, use larger needles to get a gauge of 24 sts over 4 inches.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is the steeked version of my DK Sheep Blanket that I posted a few weeks ago.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This is a relatively small blanket, probably good for a baby lap blanket or car seat blanket.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
If you do decide to download this and make a cozy, please post your project in Ravelry and indicate this as the source pattern. Thanks!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I based this hat design on an earlier design I created that used a “3-strand” Celtic braid cable pattern. I wanted to try some sort of cable/braid patterm using 2 colors and tried different combinations of cabling until I found one that seemed to work well and gave it an organic look.
Knitting: Coaster, Potholder, Coffee / Tea Pot
I developed this pattern for a wedding gift for a good friend of mine. I chose the cotton-wool blend for the durability and cleanability for something that would be used potentially every day and quite likely around tea, and I chose the O-wool version because these friends are very eco-conscious (they had compostable flatware at the wedding rece...
Knitting: Headband
This pattern creates a reversible design using characters that are asymmetrical, so it’s a little trickier than typical Double-Knitting which usually uses symmetrical images that automatically reverse. In those cases you follow one chart alternating the colors. With this, each side of the DK work has its own color pattern so there are two ...
Knitting: Headband
This pattern creates a reversible design using characters that are asymmetrical, so it’s a little trickier than typical Double-Knitting which usually uses symmetrical images that automatically reverse. In those cases you follow one chart alternating the colors. With this, each side of the DK work has its own color pattern so there are two ...