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Knitting: Cardigan, Shawl / Wrap
Well Armed gives you the drape and beauty of a shawl with the comfort and ease of a cardigan.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Inspired by the pink tam worn by Daisy in Season 3 of Downton Abbey, this hat is knit in the round from the top down.
Knitting: Feet / Legs - Other
KnitKickers can be everything from a casual or dressy accessory to a fun, feminine accent on rain, snow and work boots. KnitKickers are small, quick-to-knit projects, making them ideal transitional season knitting and great gifts.
Knitting: Cowl
A thick, warm cowl for our longest nights and coldest days. Beginner’s skills are all that is required to knit this simple, yet sophisticated cowl. Techniques used are knitting and yarn overs.
Knitting: Pullover, Applique / Embellishment
A generously sized drop- shoulder pullover for girls. Stranded colorwork decorates the hip of this classic crew neck sweater. Option for embroidered embellishment is shown. Knit from the bottom up to the underarms. Front and back worked flat and joined at the shoulders with 3 needle bind off. Sleeves are picked up at armhole and worked to cuff.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
My Sunderland wrap is knit in one piece from point to point. Slight assymetrical shaping gives Sunderland a longer wing for easier wrapping. Because it is knit on the bias, Sunderland will softly drape around the neck and shoulders while staying in place. The garter stitch body and lace border are reversible, with no “wrong side”. Th...
Knitting: Mittens
Village Mittens are a classic mitten, and the pattern is written to help a first time mitten knitter through his/her first pair of mittens. This pattern will make an average sized woman’s mitten and is easily adjusted for length.
Knitting: Cardigan
You know THAT sweater? The one that looks great over a turtleneck in the fall, a t-shirt in the spring and your jammies at the bus stop? The one with pockets for your phone and a hankie….The one with a shawl collar the lays flat and stands up to warm your neck on blustery days or in cold drafts at the movie theater? Well, This is THAT Swea...
Knitting: Pullover
Primrose is a classic boatneck sweater with understated elegance. Subtle gathers just below the neckline, and raglan shaping accompany the softly draping body and full sleeves. Garter stitch bands border the neckline, cuffs and hem. Primrose is knit in one piece from the top down using DK weight yarn.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
Designed by Carol Lehman, this Felted Wool Cup Cozy pattern includes instruction for making Tall, Grande and Venti size cozies. This is not a sleeve, but a full coverage cozy to keep your beverage warm! Knit with worsted weight yarn held doubled.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts can be knit in @ 110 yards of either DK or Worsted weight yarn. A simple, basic mitt that is easy to knit, with garter borders at wrist, thumb and fingers. Knit on dp needles in the round. Have fun and use your imagination to embellish these mitts with embroidery, beads, appliques, buttons…
Knitting: Skirt
Violette is a classic straight skirt with optional ruffle at the hemline. Paired increases between waist and hips allow for subtle shaping over fiminie curves. Knit from the top down, this skirt is easily adjusted to desired length.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This is a bulky weight, quick-knit version of my North Porch Hat. Easy to knit and the perfect companion to my Cowl Catcher. Easily completed in an evening. Perfect last minute Christmas knit!
Knitting: Pullover
Candy Corn is the perfect over-sized pullover for visiting the pumpkin patch and passing out candy to trick-or-treaters! Knit in one piece from the bottom up with raglan sleeves and mock turtleneck. Simple stranded candy corn colorwork at hip, cuffs and hem.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This cowl/neck warmer buttons closed to give the wearer the warmth and snuggle factor of a cowl without the hair and make-up mussing hassle of pulling it on and off over the head, and the freedom to adjust the fit to the weather. In addition, the assymetrical shaping covers the chest, which is often exposed to the cold in other cowl patterns. Th...
Knitting: Dress
A Girl’s easy to wear and easy to care for tunic style dress. Slipped stitches create the diamond pattern on the skirt. The dress is constructed in one piece from the top down, with no sewing. A coordinating sweater for boys is available as Sibling Rivalry… Oh Brother!
Knitting: Pullover
An easy to care for and easy to wear striped pullover for our little guys. Slipped stitches create a diamond pattern across the chest. Sweater is worked from the bottom up, in the round to arm pits. Front and back are then worked flat, separately and joined at the shoulders. Sleeves are picked up at the armholes and worked in the round to cuff.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a Baby, Toddler and Child sized version of my North Porch Hat. All three sizes are written in both DK and fingering weight yarns. Perfect for using up left over yarns!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A fun, easy to knit hat that looks great on everyone! Pattern offers instructions for knitting the hat in both Dk and Fingering weight yarns.
Knitting: Vest
Knitted in one piece from the bottom up. Armhole and neckline borders are knitted along with garment, not picked up later. Shoulders are grafted together.
Knitting: Poncho
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Knitting: Poncho