Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Baby Blanket
A sweet, simple blanket—what a great way to welcome a brand-new baby! Lots of parents wait ‘til the big day find out if they’re having a boy or a girl, but that can be hard on knitters who want to make them a special baby gift. Some patterns are just too girly; some are just too plain…and don’t even start on the question of color! The Till...
Knitting: Gloves
Soft as a snowflake, these long gloves feature a lacy cable motif that runs from cuff to fingertip. Seed stitch edging, reverse-stockinette ground, and a tiny button-and-loop closure at the cuff add further textural interest. Worked in a fingering weight yarn with a touch of cozy-soft cashmere, they feel just as elegant as they look!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
With its rich cable, bobble, and garter-stitch textures, picot edging, and bright golden color, this blanket reminds me of channa masala, a favorite Indian dish. Perhaps you’ll be reminded of tender chickpeas and the warm taste of curry and spice as you make it, too! You might also see a swaddled baby encircled by loving arms in the diamon...
Knitting: Cardigan, Sleeveless Top
The PDF for this twinset includes the patterns for BOTH the Cecily Jacket and Cecily Camisole at a reduced price--save $1.00 when you get them together! Includes charted and written instructions for lace motif.
Knitting: Cardigan
With its kimono-like styling and delicate lace edging, the Cecily cardigan offers the perfect combination of ease and elegance. Worn with the Cecily camisole underneath, as shown here, it’s a pretty updated twinset; you can also pair it with a tailored skirt for a softer alternative to a suit. It goes with yoga pants or jeans on your lazy weeken...
Knitting: Animal Toy
Peabey the Polar Bear is a realistic, soft stuffed toy suitable for all ages. Made in sport weight yarn (or worsted, for a slightly larger finished bear), Peabey is worked in the round from the rump forward on dpns, and can be finished in an evening or two--perfect for a last-minute winter gift and a great stash-buster, too! Use soft organic cot...
Knitting: Cowl
Storm clouds overhead can be a good thing--like when you slip on this cozy cowl! It’s light as a breeze but warm as can be thanks to the mohair-blend yarn, worked in a large-scale lace pattern that looks like thunderheads mounting on the horizon. Clusters of knitted-in beads and an optional beaded fringe complete the April showers effect. ...
Knitting: Skirt
This ribbed straight skirt has front and back darts, textured detail at the hem, and a cased elastic waist for a comfy, but still stylish fit. It coordinates with the Althea cardigan for a retro sweater-suit look, but works great on its own, too. Worked in a super soft cashmere and wool blend, it’s cozy as all get out, but structured enough to k...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This close-fitting camisole with lace edging at top and bottom is a versatile wardrobe staple—it can be worn on its own with a skirt as a sweet summer top, or as an elegant accent under a suit jacket or cardigan in cooler weather. Front and back darts at the waist along with short-row darts and gentle shaping at the upper edge of the bust give i...
Knitting: Cardigan
This round-neck cardigan with textured yoke has ample structure, thanks to 1x1 ribbing throughout the body of the garment. Three-quarter-length sleeves are shaped below the elbow with a sleek notched hem. Simple 2x1 ribbed button bands are picked up and knit in front to finish the look. Top-down construction makes for minimal finishing and a ful...
Knitting: Purse
Worsted weight wool worked in an op-art twisted-stitch motif gives this felted bag a decidedly mod look. Tone it up or down with your choice of fabric lining and sturdy purchased handles. Domed button “feet” reduce wear on the bottom and make it extra practical for toting around town!
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Soft, cozy blanket worked from the center out in a delicate leaf lace pattern, with knitted-on garter stitch border. Work it in sport-weight yarn for a baby blanket, or go up a few needle sizes and choose worsted-weight yarn for an afghan or bedspread!
Knitting: Cardigan
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Knitting: Cardigan
Pretty and feminine lace cardigan with three-quarter sleeves and scoop neck, worked in one piece to the underarms with seamless set-in sleeves joined and worked together with the body to the top of the shoulders. And don’t let the fingering-weight yarn fool you! The airy lace stitch is easy to memorize and makes this a quick knit, too. Myr...
Knitting: Cardigan
A delicate lace pattern trails up the open front edges of this cardigan, while the body and sleeves are worked in sleek 5x1 ribbing for visual interest and slimming style. Garter stitch eyelets around the hems echo the lace pattern motif and soften the geometry of the ribbing with a hint of flutter.
Knitting: Cardigan
THIS IS AN ADDENDUM, NOT A COMPLETE PATTERN. You will need a copy of the original Agatha pattern, which has the charted and written instructions for the lace pattern, schematics, etc., to work the instructions for the laceweight version. That pattern is available as a PDF download from Ravelry or from the Knit Picks web site.
Knitting: Cardigan
This long, open-fronted cardigan is worked in slimming vertical ribs with vine-and-leaf panels in front. Almost-seamless construction is worked in one piece to the underarms, then joined with sleeves and worked in one piece to top of shoulders.
Knitting: Cardigan
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Knitting: Cardigan
Classic cabled cardigan knit from the top down in DK weight yarn with applied I-cord button band and optional contrast collar. There is no waist shaping on this garment, but the cables give it an extra-stretchy fit that is comfy—not too clingy—and so forgiving!
Knitting: Pullover
This pullover sweater is knitted from the top down on circular needles, and in the round from the bottom of the neckline to the hem. It features a vintage-inspired tie neckline, delicate lace detailing at the sleeves and hem, and gentle shaping at the waist. Most of Shirley is worked in stockinette, and the lace pattern is easy to memorize—put i...
Knitting: Doll Clothes
For those who think Ysolda Teague’s Otto bear is adorable, but would look even cuter clothed, here’s a quick-to-knit, top-down raglan cardigan for him knit in the same gauge as the bear himself. Little fingers can practice buttoning and unbuttoning his sweater and dressing him themselves (but hopefully not choking on the buttons--not...
Knitting: Pullover
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Knitting: Containers
Worked from the top down on dpns, this little bag