Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Love Gradient or Ombre yarn and don’t want to knit another lace edge shawl? Collie is your girl! Collie is a single skein, simple pattern, great for tv knitting, which will produce a knock out finished shawl in no time.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Tritone is a slouchy hat designed to highlight self-striping yarns. It is knit in two directions and features a twist on normal crown shaping. It is a simple pattern that lets your fancy yarn do all the talking. Samples were knit in dk-Aran weight yarns. I didn’t need to adjust my needle size but, as always, check your gauge.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The nature of self striping yarn makes it a challenging choice for shawl knitting because the yarn’s stripes will always cover the same number of stitches. This results in large color blocks when worked over only a few stitches, and increasingly narrow, obscured stripes as your stitch count rises. The construction of St. Clair was conceive...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This hat was originally a bonus pattern to go along with my Aureolinscarf in the Fresh from the Cauldron Rainbow Barf Club.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Aureolin is a broken rib and windowpane lace, checkerboard scarf in my own original stitch pattern. The original scarf was technically worked in a lace weight yarn, but that particular yarn base is really more of a light fingering. Either will work very nicely for a flowing scarf.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The broken rib stitch is my favorite basic stitch pattern. It has lovely purl lines and garter bumps as well as a finished fabric with lots of drape and texture, perfect for yarns with lots of shine. I knit both of the prototypes with beautiful, shiny yarns that didn’t need a complex pattern getting in their way. The edging is a riff on go...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Simple, eye catching, and fun to knit color block shawl. This is the easiest intarsia you will ever do with only 2 color changes per row. Uses less than 191yards in 3 colorways. (instructions on how to use 2-6 colors instead of 3 are also provided)
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I’m working on re-doing the layout on my older patterns…this one is next! Look for an updated version of the PDF on December 1st.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
It’s been my experience that a wide, short knit seems to go quicker than a narrow, tall one. This probably has something to do with the fact that I will procrastinate doing things until ‘the end of the row’ and so with fewer chances to get another cup of tea, turn up the stereo, check twitter (megitwat btw) let the dogs out, get the mail, find m...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This is just about the easiest beret, tam, slouchy hat I have ever knit. It knits up very fast, not 45 minutes fast, but you can definitely whip it out in a day and without heavy concentration. Yet, at the same time it has a lot more character than a plain ole stockinette hat The stitch pattern gives you a pleated effect and breaks up pooling as...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Error: in the pattern the written explanation for a centered double decrease is incorrect. Two stitches should be slipped onto the right needle from the left, the next stitch knit onto the right needle, and then the two slipped stitches passed over it. After a year of publication on ravelry this was just now pointed out to me! My appologies! I h...
Knitting: Scarf
I started knitting this while watching “Oliver Twist” on Masterpiece Theater….and named it after my favorite character in the novel-movie Bill Sykes. (played in this version by the impeccable Tom Hardy) Sykes is a dark, seedy fellow but not without his moments. He’s very much a product of his circumstances. He is also very char...
Knitting: Towel
this is a super easy little hanging dishcloth which requires no buttons or velcro. all you need to know how to do is knit, purl, decrease and do i-cord. i reccomend wooden or casein needles for working with cotton yarn.
Knitting: Tote
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