Terry Morris

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Puzzle pieces are not only a fun design, but are also used as the logo for Autism Awareness. Stranded color-work and slip stitches create the puzzle piece pattern on the legs. This pattern includes extensive advice for successfully knitting with two colors in your sock. Puzzle Pieces Socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and feature the tradition...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
THESE ARE SPECIALLY REQUESTED UPGRADES TO AN EXISTING PATTERN
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
In nature, mineral specimens of Rose Quartz (cuarzo rosa in Spanish), can be found as groupings of lacy crystals. These amazing clusters of delicate pink crystals are the inspiration for this lace sock design. The lace begins in the ribbed cuff then grows into more substantial formations along the leg and down into the foot. These socks are kni...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This was the Feb/Mar 2016 KAL sock for the Six Sox KAL Yahoo group.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
No knitting gymnastics are required to make these socks. You can create a beautiful pair of socks with only simple knit and purl stitches to make the diamond patterning. So take it easy, sit back and enjoy your knitting. These socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and feature the traditional heel flap and gusset construction method. Directions ar...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Sometimes we need to knit and wear fun shorty socks. These fit the bill with pretty lace on the foot and a flirty floral edging on a turned down cuff. Knit cuff-down to the toe, these socks feature the traditional heel flap and gusset construction method with a special decorative edging on the flap. Directions are given both in charts as well a...
Knitting: Mittens
Easy to knit stranded colorwork patterning make these mittens work up quickly plus the stranding adds extra warmth. The “cheating” is the color work accomplished by simply using a self-striping sock yarn for the contrasting yarns. The stranding is worked over only 2 sts at a time so that you don’t have to “catch” the floats and fingers won’t ge...
Knitting: Mittens
Bold zigzag peaks encircle little boys or girls hands. Stranded knitting is worked in an easy-to-memorize pattern which also gives extra warmth to these mittens.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Do you need to carry something small and not want to be bothered with a purse or pants pockets? I need a passkey card to access the yacht club and showers here in the marina.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The patterning on the back of the hand of these mitts is tolerated by even the pickiest of men.
Knitting: Containers
Snippets (definition): Those short lengths of yarn after you’ve woven in a yarn tail end and clipped it off. Does your work space end up littered with these bits of yarn even if you try and keep them in a neat pile? Mine do. So I’ve created this little felted wool cup to catch those ends before they wander off. Snippets love to cling to felted ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
After finishing a pair of socks, every sock knitter has leftover small amounts of beautiful yarns. Stack up these different flavors of yarn like layers in a party cake. Separate each layer with a spread of eyelet frosting and you’ve created another delicious pair of socks. Each layer will remind you of a pair of socks that you knit. These socks...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
St. Augustine, Florida is a beautiful and historic city where we moored the boat for a few weeks as I knit these socks. Spanish moss can be seen gracefully hanging from the branches of the old trees which inspired the cables on these socks.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
ONE skein of 100gr sock yarn can makes this!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A picot folded hem, simple 2x2 ribbing and just a touch of lace and stranded color-work adorn these pretty socks. Charts are provided in 3 different methods for the color-work so that you can (and only if you want) choose your own colors and when to change them.’’
Knitting: Ball
This is a 2-part Mystery knitting project that is fast and easy to make. In Part 1, you knit a flat piece of 3-colored garter stitch. In Part 2, you will seam one side and gather together the other two. Stuff and you have a ball with swirling colors!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and feature the traditional heel flap, a Dutch (square) heel turn and gusset construction method. The wide ribbing continues down the heel flap. Although the finished sock will appear to be very skinny, this is simply the effect of the ribbing and your sock will stretch to fit many different shapes of l...
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Sometimes we all just need to knit and wear pretty lace socks. The lace patterning has strong vertical elements in the lines of the centered double decreases and eyelets combined with chevron shaping. These socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and feature the traditional heel flap and gusset construction method. Directions are given both in char...
Knitting: Bib
Soft like a favorite chambray denim shirt, this baby bib features a decorative seed stitch pocket and a functional bottom catch-all pouch. Extra stitches on the side borders (short rows) ensure that the edge is neat and straight.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Exito (pronounced Eck-See-Toe) means “Success” in Spanish. Slip stitch patterns are fun to work but usually don’t have the elasticity needed for the legs of socks. By using larger needles and giving the stitches to be slipped an extra wrap on the needles you can successfully use this easy knitting technique. These socks are knit cuff-down to th...
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This pattern is available as the April pattern in the CALENDAR OF HOPE 2014 fundraising calendar.
Knitting: Scarf
Written for special request 10/11/2013. Pattern has not been test knitted yet. Please message me with your questions or notes of errors.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Heavily textured fisherman style socks are really very easy to knit. The legs of these socks are decorated with double moss stitch cobblestone panels, broad ladder bands and simple rope cables. The patterning (minus cables) continues down the top of the foot to show off when not wearing shoes. These socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and featu...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Let’s sit by a cool pond and enjoy the water lilies and delicate trailing vines. Or you can knit these socks and dream about the experience. These socks are knit cuff-down to the toe and feature the traditional heel flap and gusset construction method. Directions are given both in charts as well as Line-by-line written instructions.
Knitting: Mittens
Sweet little kittens sit among winter’s fluffy snowflakes. These mittens were inspired by a photo of a pair of socks for sale in Russia. The thumb gussets are on the sides and the hand decreases are swirled which gives you mittens that can be worn on either hand.
Knitting: Purse / Handbag, Hanging Ornament
Fill with candy, gift card, or special gifts like jewelry for the very lucky! This ornament is worked flat for the corrugated ribbing, then joined into the round for the remainder of the stocking.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Colorful and organic, my friend Carol’s garden is a natural paradise filled with flowers, fruits, and a small flock of chickens. Capture the delights of summer with a warm pair of knit socks for winter’s chill.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
A biscornu is a strangely shaped little object
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Lativa is known for their richly colored and patterned mittens. How about making a small tribute to this adventurous knitting technique by creating a little hanging pouch that will hold a gift card, cash, or check on your Christmas tree. Your special recipient deserves a nice presentation!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Big chunky cables in contrasting colors run down the front and back of these socks. The two color technique is an intarsia-in-the-round method which leaves no stranded yarns on the wrong side of the fabric. The heel construction is the traditional flap & gusset method with your choice of a plain heel or to bring the cable all the way down t...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Knit a little teddy bear as a Christmas tree decoration or package tie.
Knitting: Pet Clothing
This easy to knit sweater has crossed fronts for extra
Knitting: Mittens
Simplicity with just a touch of a rope cable makes a mitten that a whole lot of men would actually wear. Add a touch of striping to the cuff if desired.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
In the teal blue shallow waters behind the reefs of the Caribbean Sea, green turtlegrass waves gently in the ocean currents. The flowing lace patterning and yarn colors used on these socks match the view I have from the deck of my sailboat anchored in the islands. The easy lace patterning uses only yarn-over, ssk and k2tog and is only worked on...
Knitting: Bracelet
How about a quick gift? Use leftover yarn to knit a simple I-cord bracelet. Because the cording has a natural stretch, you don’t have to make an exact size as the band will slide over the hand. Match some socks by using the same yarn! Add some “bling-bling” by using a yarn with a metallic thread, or twist two cords together, or add a single fan...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A Guide to Monster Socks is a tutorial and idea generator for those who want to knit using many different colors and brands of sock weight yarns. Use your favorite sock construction methods and stitch counts.
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
Technically, Mosaic knitting is very easy to work because you only use one color on each row and simple knit and slip stitches. The pattern is made by slipping stitches from a prior row which are a different color. The execution of the pattern can be a little mind-boggling, thus making a small cloth is
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Just a small amount of stranded color work
Knitting: Booties
Sweet little garter stitch booties with just a touch of
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Just like potluck supper and covered dish parties where each person brings a piece of the meal, your leftover sock yarns will come together to create a delicious feast! Combine light colors, dark colors, selfstriping, hand-dyed yarns or whatever you have to make your own artistic and unique socks. This sock is worked from the ribbed cuff down t...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Wrap your little one in this sweet lacy coverlet
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Let’s go on a sea cruise! Ships’ anchors, cabled ropes,
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Sweet little socks for baby with ribbing to snuggle
Knitting: Coaster
Slip a little cozy on the foot of your wine glass and you’ll
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
What could be better than a cold Rum Punch on the
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Ribbons of gold and red beads twist down the leg of this
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Open scallops top a ribbed cuff on these lacy socks.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Crossing here, there, and often at odd angles, the roads we travel intersect, thus giving us choices. These lace socks have diagonal “roads” which are created from strategically placed yarn-over increases and k2tog & SSK decreases. Heel construction is the traditional flap & gusset method. The pattern is given both by charts and by line...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Wisps, or bundles of straw are gathered and tied together on
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Great for beginner sock knitters, and a good choice for charity or gift knitting.
Knitting: Baby Blanket, Hats - Other
This little baby blanket and hat are super easy to knit
Knitting: Mittens
An overall 2-color pattern decorates these warm mittens. Choose to work in highly contrasting colors for a bold effect or work as shown in the photo, two similar colors for a more subtle mitten.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The traditional Scottish and Scandinavian
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knit in the round with stranded colorwork and corrugated rib brim this warm cap is sure to please. The finished size is determined by the gauge to select to knit. Leaves and crown motifs are charted.
Knitting: Mittens
Ruffles, soft pastel colors and a flower design all make for a pretty set of mittens for that special little girl. Charts are given in black & white with symbols and a complete color layout is provided for quick reference.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Celebrate the holidays with Christmas socks. These socks are knit from the cuff down to the toe and feature the heel flap and gusset construction. Stranded colorwork is used to produce the designs and corrugated ribbing.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Here’s a fun way to use up your leftover self-patterning and hand-dyed sock yarns while creating useful beanies. Simply combine two sock yarns or another fingering weight yarn with your various sock yarns and see what you get. This hat is worked in a 2 x 2 ribbing all the way to the top with 4 options:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Now available as a FREE pattern
Knitting: Gloves
Delicate lace and stranded knitting mimicking old-fashioned gingham fabric adorn these women’s gloves. To change the colors of the gingham patterning from pinks to something else, simply choose a light and a dark shade of the same color (greens, blues, etc.) The lace and gingham patterns are given in both line-by-line as well as in chart format...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The intarsia colorwork designs are worked in the flat, then the stocking is seamed. There are a variety of motifs to select from and build your own unique Christmas Stocking. Motifs include: Tree Lights, Pile of Gifts, Christmas Tree, Gingerbread Man, Candy Cane Stripes, Ornaments, Stars, Gifts Under the Tree, and Color Blocks.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Fair Isle style toque. Colors of gold and precious gemstones such as sapphires, rubies and emeralds adorn this little cap within a framework of traditional all-over stranded pattern. A simple rolled stockinette brim and matching top knot finish the hat.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Corrugated ribbing, fair isle and Scandivanian designs of your choice. Select your own motifs (charts) and create a unique Christmas stocking for your family, pet or friends. Knit in the round in worsted weight yarns, this stocking will surely become a treasured heirloom. The “afterthought” heel is worked last. Let your imagination and/or color...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
Choose your own motifs to create a unique Christmas stocking. The Textured Knits & Purls version is knit in the round and features traditional Scottish and Scandinavian pattern stitches. The short row heel is worked after the leg and before the foot motifs.
Knitting: Afghan block
Easy! This square is made with simple knit and purl stitches. It only looks more complicated! The resulting fabric is richly textured.
Knitting: Mittens
Fishermen have worn sweaters decorated with simple knit and purl designs for hundreds of years. The designs on these mittens are traditional patterns found among the Scottish fishing fleet; diamonds, ladders, and purled ridges. Instructions are given in both the line-by-line written method and charts. You choose whichever method you prefer.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A fun and quick knit even with the stranding.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Large medallion cables emerge from 2 x 2 ribbing, play down the leg, then disappear. Two choices are given for your heel; a traditional slipped stitch heel pattern or continue the ribs & cables down your heel.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Sock yarn isn’t just for feet! Create a unique decoration for your Christmas tree or simply display on its own in a pretty bowl. This ornament is knit in the round from the center to the top, then again from the center to the bottom shaping with decreases. Directions are written with both a chart and line-by-line instructions – choose your favo...
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
These fun mittens, knit with sock weight or fingering yarn, are embossed with “bumps” up the back of the hand and simple garter stitch columns. Instructions are given in both the line-by-line written method and charts. You choose whichever method you prefer. You also choose whether you want your fingers bare or covered.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Picot edgings add a touch of spice to this little doll sweater and matching headband. Extra large neck opening and extended back opening makes it easier for a child to dress her favorite 18” doll. Sweater is worked in the round to the armholes, then flat to the shoulders. Sleeves are picked up and knit down to the cuffs.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These stranded-colorwork socks are knit from the cuff down to the toe and have the “afterthought” (peasant or Turkish) heel.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Heavy-worsted yarn makes this comfortable loose-fitting hat a quick knit. Use a soft, luxury yarn and you’ll have a special gift – even a gift for yourself! Knit/purl ladders climb from the edging to swirl together at the top of the crown. Instructions are given in both the line-by-line written method and charts. You choose whichever method you...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
One of a series of little hats for 2 to 2 1/4” “Elves” - see other designs for complete instructions
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
EASY! The textured patterning is created with simply knits and purls in these warm mitts knit flat on 2 needles. To top of your mitts for a full mitten, stitches are picked up along the edges and worked in the round to the tip of the thumb and hand. Instructions are given in both the line-by-line written method and charts. You choose whichever ...
Knitting: Mittens
First you knit an easy 2-needle fingerless mitt. Then add the tops of the hand and the thumb in the round. Voila - mittens!
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The first of a series of little hats for these ELVES! Use as an ornament for the Christmas tree, as a gift decoration, or group in a bowl for cheery home decor.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
The 2nd of a series of little hats for these ELVES! Use as an ornament for the Christmas tree, as a gift decoration, or group in a bowl for cheery home decor.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Seriously! Have one of these babies handy and you’ll never burn your precious knitting fingers on a flimsy cup again. Makes a great kitchen helper too!
Knitting: Decorative - Other
Create your own tiny jack-o-lanterns with small amounts of worsted weight yarn. Make them happy, scary, or goofy then stuff with a rice-filled nylon hose for a cute little decoration for home or office.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knit from the cuff down to the toe, these socks have a touch of lace combined with multicolored garter & stockinette bands. Use one ball of a solid colored sock yarn, and one of a multi colored - or simply work all with one yarn. Heel flap & gusset construction, wedge toe.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Tiny cables and dropped stitches combine to create a simply lovely sock. Worked from the top-down with traditional heel flap & gusset construction and wedge toe.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Create vertical lines without stranding or slipping any stitches. You choose whether you want the full coverage of a mitten, or to let your fingers be free.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
** As seen in 1000 Fabulous Knit Hats by Annie Modesitt **
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Isla Buena = Fair Isle in the local Spanish language. Go bright! Go neutral, but either way pick your 5 colors of yarn for these socks and get knitting! You may even choose Christmas colors for a unique holiday accessory.
Knitting: Hats - Other
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Small amounts of sparkling metallic yarn, or leftover sock yarn can be used to quickly knit up this dainty round motif. This smaller version of the popular dishcloth design can be used for a holiday tree decoration or as a small doily.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt This hat begins with a garter stitch band knit flat on 2 needles with buttonholes for weaving through a ribbon. The crown is created by picking up stitches along one side of the garter band and is knit in the round.
Knitting: Hats - Other
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
No-Cal Treat! Use for decorating your Christmas tree or as package decorations. Quick & EASY to knit - just garter stitch.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Gentle waves of alternating cables adorn this sock - a perfect pattern for that very special hand-dyed yarn! Let the yarn do the talking and get showcased in your next pair of socks.
Knitting: Mittens
Tidy flowers all in a row decorate these warm mittens on both the front and the back of the hand. Select your favorite colors and knit up a great fast gift for that someone special.
Knitting: Headband
Let yourself go and use a mixture of beads to decorate this easy-to-knit headband. Knit in elasticized cotton, this accessory is not only fun to wear but is comfortable as well.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Hand-painted yarn and the traditional Feather and Fan lace pattern combine to create this triangular shawl. Knit from the neck edge down, increases are made every other row to shape the shawl while borders are knit in garter stitch. By increasing the needle size, twice, as the shawl is worked, the lace patterning enlarges. Final edging is a set...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Tiny flowers decorate this sock in a pattern reminiscent of patchwork quilts or a field of flowers. When choosing yarns it would be best to use a solid color that does not have any of the colors in the multi-colored yarn so that the motifs stand out better. Sock is constructed from the top down with picot hemmed & corrugated ribbing cuff an...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Slippers
This pattern is written as a 7-day Mystery KAL! Give your knitting friends one “Clue”/day at a time and let them try to guess what they are making.
Knitting: Throw, Baby Blanket
The historic Old Shale lace pattern, also known as Feather & Fan, combined with a simple garter stitch border creates a pretty little blanket for a large baby doll or newborn baby.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Easy to knit, this set of cap and booties will keep a precious newborn warm. Simple knit and purl stitches create the raised ridges. Knit in the round with an I-cord topper.
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
Sized to fit 18” dolls. Hearts adorn this sweet little fair isle doll sweater. Extra large neck opening and extended back opening makes it easier for a child to dress her favorite 18” doll.
Knitting: Booties
You’re the boss! Use your choice of 4 different colors of yarn to create the stripes. The cuff is knit on 2 needles as a band, and is joined into a circle. Ankle stitches are picked up along one edge with the heel and foot knit in the round towards the toe.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Three Adult Sizes: Women’s Medium, Women’s Large/Men’s Medium, and Men’s Large.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Afghan block
Simply knit and purl stitches
Knitting: Afghan block
It’s amazing what slipped stitches can do to three
Knitting: Afghan block
Simple knits and purls!
Knitting: Afghan block
This simple knit and purl pattern is totally reversible so it
Knitting: Afghan block
Simple knits and purls frame a column of gentle pebbles.
Knitting: Afghan block
7 x 7” Square #7 of 20 for an afghan, laprobe, or as a single for a dishcloth
Knitting: Afghan block
7 x 7” Square #3 of 20 for an afghan, laprobe, or as a single for a dishcloth
Knitting: Afghan block
This simple lace pattern had the unimaginative name of
Knitting: Afghan block
Challenging!
Knitting: Afghan block
These stripes have a little something extra – a long stitch
Knitting: Afghan block
Four (quad) simple cables rope their way up
Knitting: Afghan block
Let’s mix things up a little and combine two different
Knitting: Afghan block
The gentle waves of alternating cable crossings on a
Knitting: Afghan block
Fishermen have worn sweaters decorated with simple knit
Knitting: Afghan block
Three colors combine to make horizontal stripes
Knitting: Afghan block
A touch of garter stitch and a touch of simple lace
Knitting: Afghan block
Simple knits and purls
Knitting: Afghan block
This easy slip-stitch pattern blends 3 different colors of
Knitting: Afghan block
This is a traditional aran stitch pattern used for filling in areas between cables.
Knitting: Afghan block
Garter stitch fills the fabric between the spokes on these little umbrellas. Simple stitches are used to knit this motif: Yarn-over, purl 2 together, and knit 3 together.
Knitting: Afghan block
Slipped stitches draw up the fabric to create this
Knitting: Afghan block
Simple knits and purls combine to create an eyecatching
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Show your passion for Fair Isle Knitting! Knit your choice of designs and colors, then stuf with rovings or fiberfill.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Two-sided knit from the outside into the center. You may choose to make each side a different set of colors!
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Just a small amount of yarn and a few hours of your time, and you can make one of these cabled holiday ornaments. The shape is achieved by using short rows on the garter stitch top and bottom. Ornament is knit back and forth in rows then stuffed for a 3-D decoration.
Knitting: Bookmark
This pattern is available by messaging the designer, Terry Morris, Ravelry ID: sailingknitter
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesett.
Knitting: Sachet
This pattern is available FREE here on Ravelry only
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Three designs for Fair Isle ornaments - Starburst, Snowflake and Kaleidoscope - in one pattern to knit for your own decorating or to give as gifts. Designs are worked from the outside to the center, then 2 motifs are attached with a 3-needle bindoff. Choose your colors and yarn for your unique ornaments!
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Traditional stranded-knitting patterns decorate this warm hat. Only 2 different colors are used in each round so it is my easier to knit than it appears.
Knitting: Billed Hat
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Food Cozy
Knitting: Containers
Raku is a process that potters use where they place red-hot clay bowls in a bucket of dry leaves. The process creates beautiful one-of-a-kind results. They never know what the end result will look like. Felting your knitted items that are knit in multicolored yarns is much the same as you never know what you’re going to get, but it is all beaut...
Knitting: Headband
A fast & easy project - makes a great gift too!
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Knitting: Headband, Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
EASY Watch your gauge and go down a needle size if you are getting fewer stitches to the inch than recommended. Slightly snug is better than overly big.
Knitting: Applique / Embellishment
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This pattern includes ALL THREE DESIGNS in one pattern.
Knitting: Bookmark
Not just a pattern! This also includes some tips and tricks for working multiple decreases.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As seen in “1000 Fabulous Knit Hats” by Annie Modesitt
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The pattern is a complete description of how to knit socks on 4 double point needles. It includes photos, diagrams of your needle positions, and step-by-step instructions to complete a pair of socks.
Knitting: Booties
Baby socks knit with sock yarn. These are not your traditional “booties” but a miniature version of real people socks. Make a set to match Mom or Dad’s socks! Knit from the top down, these socks have the heel flap & gusset construction with a wedge toe.