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Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
There is something special about working with a rare breed yarn like Leicester Longwool. When I saw the laceweight that Ross Farm had in their booth, I could not resist it. The resulting fabric is even nicer that I expected and is surprisingly soft given how rustic it looks. But if you are not one to wear rustic wool on your wrists, I’m ha...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Errata: The original version of this pattern had the incorrect cast-on number. The correct cast on number is 33 and the revised version, dated 2014_09_19, has the correct number. Apologies for any inconvenience caused by this oversight.
Crochet: Cowl
The inspiration for this cowl came while browsing a stitch dictionary. I knew that I wanted to use a pattern with post stitches to explore the depth that I could achieve with the rustic Ross Farm yarn, so I assumed that I should be looking at cabled patterns. But then I happened upon a few pages of stitch patterns that used whole rows of post st...
Knitting: Scarf
More than just a basic entrelac scarf, this design uses broken ribbing to accentuate the directionality of the entrelac shapes, and creates a fabric that looks great on both sides. The pattern includes the option for a simple but attractive lace motif in the central diamond, which can be omitted for a gender-neutral result. Worked from end to en...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This stole pattern explores the construction of the oval shape with straight edges and half circles on each end. Color and texture changes occur at the same time as the increase rounds. There are also two short row sections on one side to show off the variegated yarn and to add depth to the oval.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Note: The lace on this stole is charted only and the lace instructions are not written out.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
There is nothing like working with a rustic yarn such as the Ross Farm longwools. It’s less forgiving than a springy commercial yarn, but I find the character of a yarn with such halo to create a great look that can’t be achieved any other way. In order to get a nice, slouchy look it will take a nice strong blocking to relax the yarn...
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is a great way to use that special skein of handspun or luxury yarn in a project that you can show off whenever there is a chill in the air.
Crochet: Scarf
I designed this scarf pattern to demonstrate how easy it is to make something with repeating motifs, and how straightforward it is to crochet them together as you go. As you finish each motif, you use part of the last round to crochet it to the previous motifs. And the whole scarf is made up of repeating squares and triangles - easy to work up o...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was designed to be an ideal first stranded knitting project. It is meant to cover all of the basic skills that ones needs to do stranded knitting on a small, rewarding project that slowly builds in difficulty. Pattern includes a page of notes for successful stranded knitting.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Each time I open a stitch dictionary, I see a new stitch pattern that I want to try. There are so many possible textures that can be created with crochet – the combinations are endless. This blanket was inspired by a series of swatches worked in the summer of 2011, a summer which seemed to also include a parade of new babies in my circle of fami...