Leo's Lovely Treasures

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Throw
For a long time, I’ve been inspired by the process of recycling Indian saris and turning them into beautiful ribbons and yarns. Searching high and low, I had yet to find a pattern that highlights the gorgeousness, culture, and history of these stunning yarns. I designed the Pink City Blanket as a way to celebrate this tradition as well as suppo...
Knitting: Throw
My love for A Series of Unfortunate Events started in childhood. I created this blanket as a mysterious journey inspired by these books. With the addition of random scrap yarns and small bits of leftovers, no two Snicket Files Blankets will look the same!
Knitting: Cowl
Mosaic knitting is almost like a puzzle. The colors and slipped stitches come together to make interesting patterns and motifs. Similarly, the denouement is the final part in a play or narrative where the pieces come together to a resolution. This cowl uses simple mosaic stitches and is knit in the round. Knit with fingering weight yarn, it wil...
Knitting: Cowl
I’ve been so inspired by the colorful French Quarter, and I wanted to design a fun cowl to commemorate my trip! I used two semi-solid contrasting colors that makes a bold statement. You could also use a variegated skein with a matching or contrasting color for a totally different look!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I wanted to design a large blanket scarf that was easy to wear and used as much of each skein as possible. I’ve also been extremely inspired by New Orleans culture as well as the magic of voodoo.
Knitting: Throw
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Knitting: Throw
Please note: $1 from each sale will be donated to Caring for Cats! This is a local no-kill shelter and foster home, and dear to my heart. I have donated multiple blankets to them in the past for kittens. The blankets provide warmth and comfort as they wait for adoption.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This asymmetrical shawl uses two colors of fingering weight yarn blending the two colors together in the middle section. Use two complementary colors for a sharp, contrasting shawl; a speckled skein with a matching semi-solid, or something totally different! It’s highly customizable; follow your inspiration!
Knitting: Accessories - Other
Looking for an easy baby knit? This adorable cocoon works up fast using your favorite skein of worsted yarn! Great for many baby activities including; napping, photo props, birth announcements, and keeping warm.
Knitting: Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Chilly weather calls for bulky sweaters, lattes, your favorite pair of boots, and these cabled boot cuffs. Once you make one pair, you’ll want to make more! Using a speckled yarn isn’t necessary; you can use a semisold yarn if you wish.
Knitting: Accessories - Other
Looking for an easy baby knit? This adorable cocoon works up fast using your favorite skein of worsted yarn! Great for many baby activities including; napping, photo props, birth announcements, and keeping warm.
Knitting: Sleepwear
This adorable chevron knit cocoon is the perfect sleeping accessory for newborns. It is highly customizable by adding or decreasing stitches and stripes. You could even work the pattern using one skein of worsted and no stripes!