Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
The Knit Parisian Souffle Scarf takes the Parisian tote geometric pattern foundation and expands it to a scarf. With a very wide base now, you work the familiar Parisian knit and purl pattern rows. The length of the base determines the length of the scarf. Fun to knit in the round. Beautiful around the neck.
This fabulous sac is knit using the log cabin technique. This mimics the traditional log cabin pattern used in quilt making in which strips of fabric are pieced around a central patch to form concentric squares. Check“Mason Dixon Knitting” (my pattern source) by Steve Gross & Sue Daley, for more log cabin techniques.
THIS IS ONE OF THE ORIGINAL PARISIAN TOTE seen in Vogue Knitting Spring/Summer 2005 issue. It has since given birth to a family of “totes” seen on my website & included in my new pattern booklet. The pattern is a simple geometric design of knits, purls, increases & decreases so even a “courageous” beginner can mak...
Knitting: Hats - Other
strong textThis cap is worked from crown to brim and is snug fitting. Knitting begins on straight needles moving to circulars as the pattern progresses in the round. A separate cable brim, worked on straight needles, is attached to the cap to complete. Those of you familiar with Susie’s Parisian geometric pattern design, can find this in h...
strong textThis pattern is worked in one piece from neck down to bottom. Increases for the shoulder shaping are clearly instructed. The cable and rib pattern repeats around and is a simple set of ribs and cables. Add the beads and bling later. Size to fit.
strong textThe Soiree tote, found in the Parisian Tote Pattern booklet, and available as a single pattern, is the shoulder bag variation of the knit Parisian Tote. Its geometric design of knit and purls varies from the other totes only in its upper rows where the flap is knit. We also suggest yarn & fabric combinations for the strap.
strong textthe Knit Parisian Trousseau Tote is knit in the same geometric design, in the round, as all the Parisians. This tote, varies at midpoint to top featuring a modification in the rows. Gorgeous, works beautifully in a white, silver, ribbon and lacey mohair. Works well for a money bag as well at the wedding. Great shower gift.
strong textThe knit Parisian Demi-Tote, found in the KNIT PARISIAN PATTERN booklet, is also available as a single pattern. It uses the same geometric design foundation as all the Parisian Tote family with a change midway up to turn it into a semi-circle. Zipper or other closure than is added to the bottom or side (fun).
strong textThis is the latest in the Parisian Tote series of Purses from designer, Susan Zanni. It follows the same geometric design as the original Parisian Tote set with the addition of expanding Cables in place of some of the expanding ribs.
This tote adds a 6 row lace pattern to the center of the traditional Parisian Tote patterns. It also features a simple 4 row lacey pattern in the upper rows of the purse. Its is absolutely gorgeous. If you like knitting the Parisian Totes, you’ll LOVE this one!
The Knit Parisian Tote is a geometric pattern of knits and purls knit in the round. Once the bottom rectangle is established, the body of the purse is knit by picking up stitches around the rectangle, then knitting and purling your way up to the top.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This bap uses the familiar Parisiam geometric design seen in all of my Parisian Totes. Knit in the round the pattern fits the average head size. Inside the pattern is a recommended website to check your hat size. This works best with 30r 4 yarns held together (alpaca blends) for a standout ribbed effect.