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eBook : 10 patterns

Inspired by the world’s most famous consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, this collection of ten kntting patterns includes garments and accessories for women and men, as well as home decor. Each knitting pattern is accompanied by quotes from the original literary works alongside watercolor illustrations depicting the characters and scenes from the beloved fictional detective’s life and work.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Scarf
Do not be concerned if your knitting “curls” while you are knitting up this luxurious scarf. When you are done knitting, the process of blocking and edging the scarf will eliminate any curling that might take place, and the fringes lend a perfect finish.
Knitting: Coffee / Tea Pot
This tea cozy, inspired by “The Five Orange Pips” and decorated with colorwork orange slices, is knit in the round. To create openings for the handle and spout, steeks are cut on each side of the cozy.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
This “two faced” casebook (or tablet) cozy is worked upside-down in the round, beginning with the ribbing at the top and ending with a three-needle bind-off at the bottom. Work the chart as it is printed, upside-down, so that the motifs will be right side up upon completion. For the sample shown, I used a variety of colorwork techniques, includ...
Knitting: Vest
This classic houndstooth colorwork pattern is created using stranded knitting. The colorwork chart shows that this design is created using a simple four-row pattern repeat. Be sure when choosing your yarn to select colors with a light and dark value difference. As the vest is shaped and stitches are decreased for the underarm and neckline, plea...
Knitting: Billed Hat
This stylish hat, in the tradition of the classic “deerstalker” hat, has two earflaps that tie on the top, and a subtly shaped front and back brim. Knit from airy Brooklyn Tweed, it is sure to become a staple in your wardrobe. It is knit from the bottom up, and has a turned seamed hem at the bottom edge to stablilze the structure and design ele...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks, worked over a mutliple of ten stitches, are worked in the round from the cuff down using a traditional flap-style heel. You can knit the lace columns on the leg of the sock either from the line-by-line written instructions or from the chart provided.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is worked form the hem to the neck edge in a combination of lace and garter stitch. The speckled yarn is alternated with bands of color from the transitional skein set, making this shawl the perfect knit for a combination of speckled and transitionally-dyed yarns.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mitts are worked in the round from the wrist up and employ a simple razor shell stitch pattern which is very stretchy and elastic once blocked. The increases are worked over the stockinette stitch panels at the beginning and end of each round, and a sturdy i-cord finger-loop is added at the end to create a fashionable finish to...