Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
Nothing’s better on a chilly fall or spring day than a cozy hand knit sweater, there’s no denying! This super easy sweater can be knit up for a boy or a girl in no time. The pattern includes a baby cable ribbing option for a girls sweater as well as a regular 2x2 rib for a boy~but done in girls colors, a 2x2 rib is perfect for a girl as well. Yo...
Knitting: Wristlet, Drawstring Bag
Every knitter needs a great little project bag, and this one is perfect to hold your sock or other small project, but it’s size is easily adjusted with the size of the yarn you use! A beaded heart motif runs all the way around the bag, so it looks great coming and going. This bag is a quick project that can be easily completed in a weekend. Othe...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Knitting: Knee-highs
Beautiful cables run zigzags down the leg into the foot of these comfy cozy socks! This pattern will keep your interest all the way thru, but it is not difficult, 8 row pattern repeat that you will memorize in no time! The pattern also offers an alternate cuff if you dont want the baby cable in the center.
Knitting: Cowl
A simple seed stitch pattern for the beginner knitter’s first moebius! Easily knit within a weekend, or even a day for the more experienced knitter. Periodic knit rows within the pattern create a slight striping in the design.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
The design of these socks was inspired by a retreat to the mountains in southwest North Carolina. We stayed at The Hawkesdene House in Andrews, which has to be one of the most wonderful trips I have ever taken.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The design of this hat was inspired by a retreat to the mountains in southwest North Carolina. We stayed at The Hawkesdene House in Andrews, which has to be one of the most wonderful trips I have ever taken.
Knitting: Mittens
The design of these mittens was inspired by a retreat to the mountains in southwest North Carolina. We stayed at The Hawkesdene House in Andrews, which has to be one of the most wonderful trips I have ever taken.
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
Combining several stitch paterns gives this handy bag a great textured look, while keeping the knitters interest. Perfect for a beginner to modular knitting.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The perfect pair of mitts for a weekend trip, or for a weekend project. They are knit flat, so they knit up quick~great when you need a last minute gift!
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Knee-highs, Mid-calf Socks
It never fails while I’m camping my feet always get cold! Either the weather is on the cold side, or the air conditioner in the camper is too high! So I’m always looking for a pair of socks to slide on in the evening as we relax at the lake from a busy day. I have combined a beautiful lacey pattern with worsted weight yarn to create these gorgeo...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A quick knit hat! Categorized as intermediate due to the fact it is worked in the round, requires DPN’s, has mutiple stitch techniques and has shaping, but it is not complicated! The woven stitch is a 4 row repeat that is super easy to memorize! You can easily knit the hat body or the ribbing longer, if desired, for a different look.
Knitting: Pullover
You’ll surely be a heartbreaker in this sassy hoodie! Knit it up in wool with long sleeves for a great winter sweater, or try linen or cotton with the 3/4 sleeve for a great spring or fall hoodie. You’ll find that this will quickly become your “go to” sweater for almost any chilly day!
Knitting: Cowl
Beautiful bell ruffles fall from tunsian ribbing (brioche) to create this lovely cowl. A great pattern to do for yourself & for others as gifts! Knits up in just a few hours and doesn’t take much yarn either, so if you need a last minute gift, it is perfect!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves