eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 6 patterns

The Erin Collection contains Erin’s Hat, Erin’s Mittens and Erin’s Cowl. Each pattern is available for sale individually for $6.00 each or as the collection for $15.00.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cardigan
Elliet was designed for that special little girl in your life. It is knit from the top down with a sturdy seed stitch collar, cuffs and bands. Embellished with knitted flower buttonhole covers, it’s sure to be the perfect sweater for that perfect little girl! Omit the flowers and you’ll have the best little sweater for a handsome little guy!
Knitting: Slippers
Every now and then you need that quick, personal gift for someone special on your list. Slippin’ Up is the perfect fit. It knits up quickly in sturdy garter stitch using aran weight yarn. Add tassels or pompoms and your gift is ready to go!
Knitting: Cowl
Honeycrisp is buttoned cowl/wrap in a stitch pattern reminiscent of a gathering basket, edged in sturdy ribbing. Perfect for around your neck in the short version or pulled down around you shoulders in the long version when the days turn crisp.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Springtide is a simple but pretty shawl featuring a center panel of cascading leaves surrounded by simple garter stitch. The charming, lacy edging is finished with a simple picot at the end of each leaf. Wrap Springtide around your neck or shoulders for a beautiful bit of spring time!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat was designed in collaboration with Knitted Wit, as a part of the Snowy Hat Collection. Five other Portland designers and I were given skeins of Knitted Wit’s yarn in these new Snowy colors, and were tasked with designing a hat. This pattern is available for individual purchase here, or, from October 1st through December 31, 2015, you ca...
Knitting: Cowl
The zig zag of ric rac takes me back to my childhood and the trim that my mother put on practically every dress she made for me. Ric Rac is easy to memorize and works up beautifully in that favorite skein or two of worsted weight yarn you have hanging around in your stash. Version A is a traditional cowl and Version B is a little longer to wrap ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Here’s a piece that is sure to have everyone buzzing when they see it. What’s The Buzz begins and ends with a picot edging and incorporates 2 bee-like lace patterns that run the length of the piece. You’ll be able to wear it like a stole or wrap it around your neck several times giving What’s The Buzz style and versitility.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Cairdeas is the gaelic word for friendship or ‘the condition of being friends.’ Designed with my knitting friends in mind, Cairdeas is a lovely triangular shawl, knit from the top down and finished with a knit-on edging. It’s the perfect accessory for you or for one of your very best friends!
Knitting: Poncho
Named for my great-aunt Wanda, this wrap features an intricate cable pattern running along the edge of a stockinette body. The wrap slips easily over your head as an elegant accent to any wardrobe. Beautiful and elegant, just like Wanda Estelle herself!
Knitting: Cowl, Fingerless Gloves
When fall arrives I find myself out searching for that perfect autumn leaf. What better to wear while on my search than Leaf Chasers, a cowl and fingerless mitts featuring a beautiful lace pattern. The cowl keeps your neck warm on crisp fall days, the mitts are reversible so you get two looks with one mitt and are perfect when chasing leaves wit...
Knitting: Cowl
In a series of changes, In Flux moves and shifts, in and out, along its length.  Knit in a super bulky yarn, it buttons cozily around your neck.  Button up, winter is coming!
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Shades and hues shift seamlessly from light to dark, or dark to light if you’d rather, in an easy to memorize garter stitch scarf that grows asymmetrically from tip to top and finishes with a delicate, open lace edge. Shifted Shades is the perfect accessory wrapped around your shoulders on a cool summer evening or tucked into the neck of your wi...
Knitting: Cowl
Raptor Ridge is a quick to knit, versatile accessory that is sure to become a staple in your closet. Using a single strand of Yowza! for the Solid Rib and a double strand each of Yet and Alpacacita for the Striped Rib adds texture and interest to a basic infinity cowl. Worn as a shawl around your shoulders or wrapped double around your neck, Rap...
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf was initially designed for the 2014 Miss Babs Armchair Traveling Knitting Tour, and will be exclusive for six months.
Knitting: Scarf
When the days turn cold and the snow hits, it’s time for Winter Birch. A one skein project, it is perfect for that extra bit of warmth around your neck, tucked into a coat. The beautiful Fir Cone lace pattern is easy to memorize and because it is worked in worsted weight yarn, Winter Birch knits up quickly and is easily made longer by adding add...
Knitting: Scarf
Spring Mix, delicate and lacy, light and airy, a beautiful scarf with a frilly edging. The perfect accessory to add just a bit of warmth around your neck to ward off those slightly chilly, early spring days!
Knitting: Cowl
Traliccio, Italian for trellis, is the perfect name for this infinity cowl worked in a beautiful trellis stitch pattern. Traliccio is worked flat, beginning with a provisional cast-on, and then grafted together using the kitchener stitch.
Knitting: Cowl
*As seen on the Yarn Harlot’s blog!*
Knitting: Cowl
When our daughter Kate became engaged, she asked if I would design something for her bridesmaids. She wanted something lacy, with beads, in different colors to compliment each bridesmaid and their likes and coloring. Down the Aisle was born!
Knitting: Cowl
Up in the mountains of Eastern Oregon is a beautiful area known as Tollgate. This is where our family cabin has been for over 50 years. The cabin sits in a forest of tall fir trees, next to a clear, high mountain lake. We have spent many days and nights in this gorgeous spot.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
I designed Coming Home for our newest granddaughter, Elliet. Because she was an early summer baby, I knew that the blanket needed to be light and lacy.
Knitting: Cowl
Barbara is a great one skein project. It is knit flat and then twisted and joined into a mobius. Wear it long, wound around your neck or over your shoulders. It’s perfect for that special skein in you stash and is ideal for gift giving! Finished dimensions: Circumference - 42” Length - 12”
Knitting: Cowl
A bit of warmth around you neck, Erin’s Cowl is perfect for crisp, autumn days. It features two beautiful cable panels that finish with smart decreases and buttonholes that are perfect for highlighting those special buttons you have in your button collection.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
Ready for a walk on a brisk fall day? Then you’ll want to knit up Erin’s Mittens/Mitts to keep your hands warm. This pattern includes charts and written instructions for both mittens and fingerless mitts.
Knitting: Cowl
Meditrina is the Roman goddess of health, longevity and wine!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A beautiful band of cables travels around the brim of this hat, ending with a smart decreased, cabled buttonhole section. The stockinette section and uniform decreases on the crown finish off this simple but classic hat. Add a special button and you’re set for cooler weather and the crunch of leaves under foot!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Lucy is the perfect one skein project. The shawl features a pretty lace panel that travels down the center. Lucy is trimmed with a beautiful lace edging. It’s perfect for that dressy occasion or with your favorite jeans and a t-shirt!
Knitting: Cowl
Meet Virginia! The younger sister of Patricia! Do you have that special skein of bulky yarn in your stash? Virginia is your girl! She knits up quickly and can be worn many ways; as an infinity cowl, twisted and fastened as a mobius, or wound two or three times around your neck. Add a couple of special buttons and Virginia is ready to go! Written...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl was inspired by my knit night group. It’s a one skein project that is perfect for that special, luxury skein of yarn in your stash and knits up quickly. It features a pretty knotted stitch in the body of the shawl, that adds great texture, and a bit of lattice that transitions into the charming knitted on lace edging. It’s...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pretty lace shawlette can be knit in one skein of your favorite fingering/sock weight yarn. The pattern contains both written and charted instructions. It’s the perfect accessory to add to your favorite t-shirt or jacket.
Knitting: Cowl
The pattern for this infinity scarf has two versions. Version 1 can be knit with any heavy worsted weight yarn and Version 2 can be knit with any DK weight yarn. The pattern has both written and charted instructions. It can be worn many different ways from long and knotted at the end, doubled up and fastened with a beautiful pin or wrapped sever...
Knitting: Cowl
Ida is a simple, beautiful lace cowl that can be worn loose at the neck or gathered and held close to the neck with a pin.
Knitting: Cowl
Patricia can also be knit using 250 yards bulky yarn and a size 11 needle. Work the pattern as written, knitting until you have just enough yarn left to graft ends together. Block, graft and enjoy! This make a great shrug!!