Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The mini shawl requires only 1 ball of yarn and an evening or two to make. Worked all in garter st, the kerchief is worked modularly from the center triangle. You won’t need to be an expert to make this- knowledge of the knit stitch as well as simple decreases and increases are all that is required.
These flaired shorts were designed for my college senior collection entitled, “All Dolled Up.” The shorts are flared at the leg and feature a cable panel that runs down the left and right sides. Choose a size that is 0-2” smaller than your actual measurements.
The Japanese word “hashi” translates to “bridge” in English. Much like the Japanese garden in British Columbia that I was inspired by; I am recreating a Japanese structure into a cable pattern. The bridge cable borders the hem as well as the deeply cabled sleeve cuff. Slight waist shaping, fitted sleeves, and an interesting convertible collar ma...
A women’s fitted pullover featuring an attractive leaf lace panel at the center front and travelling up the sleeves. The eye-catching collar can be rolled up or down, depending upon the look desired. Sleeves are elbow length and feature a puffed cap. The lace stitch pattern along the sleeves and the center panel create the look of long leaves.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
A perfect layering piece. Winnie is an a-line shell worked in multiple directions- The center front and back panel are worked first. Ruched bands are picked along the sides of the front and back panel and worked sideways. Then, trapezoidal wedges are made and sewn into place as side panels.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Note: The Baby Bambi yarn has been discontinued, but you may be able to still find it at your local shop. If not, Plymouth Adore is a comparable substitute. If anyone knows a yarn like baby Bambi, please let me know. This was a unique yarn and I don’t know any yarns that look exactly like it. Thanks!