Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Gloves
Knitted in a luxurious blend of Baby Alpaca, Silk and Cashmere these are a lovely way to keeps hands toasty this winter. The gloves knitted for the sample (shown in The Knitter) are in the ‘Potpourri’ colourway and only used 50g of the yarn, so if you’re careful you could get two pairs from one skein, or at least a pair with fi...
Knitting: Purse
Turkish cast-on means no seaming at all! Perfect for practising your cables as well.
Knitting: Throw, Bedspread, Baby Blanket
One full pattern repeat in the two-shell pattern of 26 sts and 12 rows measures 14.75cm (5¾“) wide and 5.5cm (2¼”) high on 4.5mm nds after blocking
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Little socks knitted from odds and ends of yarn - patterns written for 4-ply to aran weight, but you could use any yarn and the socks would just come out different sizes.
Knitting: Throw
Knitting: Scarf
9 balls total (87m / 95 yds per ball), 2 balls each in Burnt (722), Ivy (727) and Cassis (723), 1 ball each of Dusty (728), Soot (729) and Heather (724).
Knitting: Scarf
Adapted from an original design first published in The Knitter as the Cheyenne Tabard and knitted in laceweight yarn there, Sissy is a luxurious scarf to really wrap up in and keep the winter chills away from your neck.
Knitting: Pullover
The Colourmart yarn here is used double, hence the large yardages. Sweater takes between 6 and 8 150g cones of the recommended yarn. If using thicker yarn single, between 750 and 1100g as an approximate guide.
Knitting: Pullover
Sized to fit: 81(86, 91, 97, 102, 107, 112, 117)cm, 32(34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46)” bust.
Knitting: Pullover
Vintage style and on-trend details combine in an easy-to-wear jumper that’s a pleasure to knit (The Knitter, Issue 22)
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
11 balls Nashville 225, 11 balls Memphis 229 (instructions are given to bleach the Memphis yarn to create three shades of blue)
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Patterns for two different square cushions and a bolster cushion.
Knitting: Tote
The pattern uses the Turkish cast on, for which there are many tutorials available on the internet, one being here: