eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 2 patterns

Includes patterns for matching hat and fingerless gloves. Written for both DK weight and aran weight yarns. Chart and written instructions included for both patterns.

eBook : 3 patterns

A little ol’ owl who was so lonely

eBook : 12 patterns

This 16 page e-book features twelve unique square patterns done with the knit and purl stitch. All of the squares look great on both sides and several are completely reversible. The patterns include both written and charted instructions for all of the designs, joining instructions and written instructions for the 1 1/2” knitted border.

eBook : 6 patterns

A wonderful collection of six unique knitted headbands. Included are 2 moebius patterns, a cable pattern, 2 lace patterns and 2 braided I-cord patterns. All but one of the six included patterns are reversible. Includes both charted and written instructions.

eBook : 2 patterns

Join your knitted afghan squares easily, without sewing or crocheting.

eBook : 2 patterns

This is a fun pattern, based off of a dishcloth pattern that I was working. It is worked using short rows for the shaping of the hat and the scarf is worked flat to create a jagged toothed edge. This would be gorgeous in a variegated yarn.

eBook : 4 patterns

Create a coaster for every season. This e-book features four easy to crochet coasters, made from dishcloth cotton, for easy care.

eBook : 14 patterns

This is a fun and exciting way to try out a wide variety of increase and decrease stitches. Each square focuses on a new type of increase and/or decrease to create fun, textured 12” squares.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Potholder
Three amazing geometric potholder patterns. Perfect for individuals who are not yet familiar with reading charts, yet a breeze for those who are. Includes charts and FULL written instructions.
Crochet: Tote
Gorgeous, small tote bag pattern constructed out of eighteen granny squares. Full charted and written instructions.
Knitting: Coaster
Choose from two different coffee cup cozies, with gorgeous intarsia designs. These patterns are written with a beginner in mind, but are not so overly simplified that an experienced knitter would find them tedious.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
I was inspired to create these mitts while working Jill Draper’s Sprout-Double Knit Cowl pattern. There was just enough yarn left over after making the cowl to create these gorgeous matching fingerless mitts and Jill Draper was kind and allowed me to utilize a portion of her chart in my pattern.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This is a fun and easy knitted shawlette/scarf, featuring a cute clustered bobble on the edge, giving the illusion of bubbles. This scarf can be knit to any desired length and with a variety of yardages. The pattern is written with precise numbers, but includes the option to continue until half of your yarn is used or you reach half of your desi...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is great, no matter what your yardage is. If you have over 350 yards, this will be the perfect pattern for you. The intuitive nature of the design, means that once you get going on the pattern, it is easy to keep track of and you may not even need to keep your chart in front of you.
Knitting: Wristlet
This adorable cabled owl bag is the perfect size to hold a wound ball of yarn and a small project. There are two included versions; folded edge top or ruffled edge top and includes both written and charted instructions. This can be the perfect gift for an exchange or birthday.
Knitting: Booties
These cute little baby booties are perfect for those brand-new babies. This is a prototype pattern and I intend to expand on available sizes, but thought I would offer this size for free. I unfortunately gave away the booties I knit, before I could get full measurements, but they were the perfect size for a 7 lb newborn.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A little ol’ owl who was so lonely
Knitting: Cowl
A little ol’ owl who was so lonely
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A little ol’ owl who was so lonely
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These quick fingerless mitts can be easily knit in one or two days. Also included are suggestions for increasing the size for a women’s large.
Knitting: Toys and Hobbies - Other
This is a super cute pattern to make a hobby horse or hobby unicorn for the special child in your life. Instructions include both versions and written and charted directions.
Crochet: Coaster
This pattern is a free excerpt from my e-book, Seasons of Coasters.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A wonderful scarf to throw around your neck when you are heading out for a full day of fun. As the evening grows cooler, just stretch it out and button the armholes together and you have a delightful shrug to keep you warm. Extremely versatile and the pattern is 100% adjustable to fit you perfectly. A few quick measurements and you will be casti...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Building with the popular building blocks led me to this creative and fun hat, that is wonderful for both boys and girls, just change the colors to suit the child.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Very cute hat that is perfect for any little boy or little girl!
Knitting: Animal Toy
Cute little bunnies, sewn up from any garter stitch square. Work in any type of yarn with appropriately sized needles.
Crochet: Brimmed Hat
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat pattern includes instructions for working the pattern in two yarn weights, DK and aran. Written instructions and charted diagram.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Pattern uses either 2 strands of DK weight yarn or 1 strand of aran weight yarn. Includes both written instructions and a chart.
Knitting: Headband
Knitted headbands are unbelievably wonderful. You can adjust the size for your specific head size and before long, you will forget you are even wearing it, because it is so comfortable. This headband features a simple 4 row cable pattern. Great beginner pattern for trying cables or chart reading.
Knitting: Headband
Knitted headbands are wonderful, shortly after putting them on you will forget you have it on, since it is so comfortable. You can also customize it for anyone.
Knitting: Wristlet
This bag is great to help you keep track of your yarn when you leave the house. No more wondering where you’ll set your ball of yarn while watching your kids’ game, at the post office or driver’s licensing. This bag will keep your yarn tidy and clean, wherever you chose to knit. Also featured is a handy reinforced hole in the b...
Knitting: Headband
Knitted headbands are so quick and easy to make and incredibly comfortable to wear. You won’t believe how much you will come to love your knitted headband and want to make more.
Knitting: Headband
A nice wide, lacy headband, that looks great on both sides and will keep your ears warm, when out for dinner or snowboarding on the slopes.
Knitting: Headband
You will be amazed at how comfortable a knitted headband is. If you have never tried one before, you must try knitting yourself one.
Knitting: Headband
A wonderfully simple moebius headband, made with simple garter stitch. If you have never tried the moebius method before this is a great project to learn on.
Knitting: Bag - Other
Quick knitted or crocheted, reusable pocket for gift cards, business cards or credit cards.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This cute, elf-like hat will look adorable on just about anyone. It is worked flat, with short rows to shape the hat and is fairly easy to do, as long as you follow the pattern.
Knitting: Scarf
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Knitting: Wristlet
This pattern was inspired by Teresa Murphy’s, Wrist Yarn Holder.
Crochet: Scarf
This gorgeous crocheted scarf will amaze everyone, but only you will know how simple it was to make. Each 2 rows of the pattern create beautiful flower motifs. Pattern contains both written and charted instructions and depending on the quantity of available yarn, you can create it with or without the fringe.
Crochet: Brimmed Hat
Very simple hat, suitable for beginners to advanced crocheters. Stitches used are; double crochet, single crochet, chain and slipstitch.
Crochet: Wristlet
Based on the knitted Yarn Holder by Teresa Murphy, I created this crocheted version.
Crochet: Brooch
This is for Advanced Beginners.
Crochet: Throw
This is a marvelous pattern to create for that special baby or toddler in your life. Each square is crocheted directly onto the existing blanket and so NO SEWING!!! Wonderful for using up all your various worsted weight scraps as well.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Stitches used:
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This pattern works great with any worsted weight yarn. It can be worn as a traditional beret or worn further back on the head similar to a snood. It feels great on, like you’re wearing a headband, but your hair is out of the way as well.
Crochet: Potholder
Pattern can also be made with Sugar and Cream or similar dishcloth cotton, wool or wool/cotton blend yarn. Do NOT use an acrylic for this pattern, acrylic yarns can melt in high heat circumstances.