Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Bouncy Dress is a simple baby dress designed to show off self-patterning or variegated yarn. It is worked in a combination of flat and circular knitting. Techniques used include provisional cast on, short rows, kitchener stitch, picking up stitches, and decreasing. Directions for these are NOT included in the pattern.
Chrysopoeia is the pattern for Week One of the Pattern a Week project at Running Jack Knits. If you would like to use this pattern to make a scarf for the Red Scarf Project, send me an e-mail or Ravmail with “Chrysopoeia for RSP” in the subject line and I will send you a free copy. Visit the Ravelry 2010 Red Scarf Project KAL for mor...
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
I was inspired by the sleeves of my infant daughter’s nightie to make these mitts. Instead of the traditional flip-top of a convertible mitten, the top is joined to the mitt on three sides and functions as a decorative cuff when not in use.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Firstfall is a cabled convertible mitt with a simple gusset thumb knit in the round. The need for flip-tops secured with a button or Velcro is done away with by using flaps which are joined to the hand and thumb on three sides. The cable panel is reversible, so the cable looks lovely whether worn as a mitt or a mitten.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Avant-Ski is a simple stranded design for your little ski-bunny-in-training. The socks are knit in the round from the top down with an eye-of-partridge heel and the toe is grafted closed. Grafting instructions are NOT included in the pattern. Charts are provided for the main design.
Beastly is a cabled raglan unisex cardigan for toddlers. It is worked flat from the bottom up, with ribbed sleeves worked in the round from the bottom up and joined to the body at the yoke. Stitches are picked up for the button band afterward. There are two small underarm seams.
Bunnyclava is a balaclava worked in the round from the bottom up. The mouth covering (which can also be tucked under the chin) is shaped with short rows, and paired increases and decreases over the forehead shape the eyehole for maximum coverage. The ears are picked up and knitted after the rest of the hat is complete.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament, Decorative - Other
Nazareth Angel is a beaded Christmas ornament or tree topper. The body is worked in the round from the bottom up, with the beads added as you go with a crochet hook. The wings are worked flat and tied to the body. A tutorial for beading with a crochet hook is included.
Numisma is a loose-fitting raglan pullover worked in the round from the bottom up. A simple cable motif (which can be worked without a cable needle) decorates the front and back of the yoke. There are two small underarm seams, a button closure at the back of the neck, and directions are included for an optional belt.
Zap is a v-necked raglan cardigan with intarsia colorwork. The body is worked flat from the bottom up, and the sleeves are worked in the round from the bottom up, then joined to the body. The button band and short-row shawl collar are picked up and worked afterward. There are two small underarm seams. The colorwork sections of the body and yoke ...