Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Scarf
Tweed stitch in crochet goes by many names, including moss, linen, granite and seed stitch. Whatever you call it, the stitch is easy to work and creates a handsome woven texture. The fabric is reversible, an important feature in a scarf.
Knitting: Booties
These duck foot baby booties feature clever construction and (relative) realism. Birdboot is worked mostly in the round, with no seaming. The duck toes are simple cables (no cable needle needed!) with an i-cord for the hind toe.
Knitting: Chart
Full set of duplicate stitch upper- and lower-case monogram alphabets for the Ex Libris e-reader cover.
Knitting: Gloves
Empyrean (df.): The apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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Knitting: Potholder
Inflammable is a double-knit reversible hotpad with an I-cord hanging loop. The motif is based on the flammable hazard symbol. The pattern is fully charted.
Knitting: Feet / Legs - Other
No one looks at you funny if you say you can’t hike as far as you used to because of knee problems, but it’s embarrassing to say you need to stop because your toes hurt. I’ve tried different boots and different lacings, but haven’t figured out how to keep my big toe from jamming against the front of the boot when hiking down hill. I tried silico...
Knitting: Potholder
This pattern is ridiculously easy to knit, solves an important kitchen safety problem, makes a lovely last-minute gift, and is a great way of using up odds and ends from stash.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
I designed this pattern in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the video game Tetris. This cell phone cozy in a mosaic pattern of Tetris blocks is the perfect blend of old school and new. You can size the case to fit anything from iPod to smart phone to glasses to Nook or Kindle or even iPad.
Knitting: Mittens
I usually knit in a very planned-out, methodical way. Occasionally, though, I like to just start knitting and change colors as the spirit moves me. These warm, festive children’s mittens knitted in Lamb’s Pride Bulky are the result. They’re easy to make and a great stash-busting project.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Dec 2009 Updated version includes larger cable pattern for adult-sized socks. Also now has working hyperlinks, and fixed an erratum in Round 1 of the written instructions for the cable pattern (the chart was correct).