Nat Raedwulf

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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
A Random Act of Kindness is a quick knit with big heart designed to inspire kindness to one another. It is a textured triangular scarf knit on a bias in dk weight yarn, making it a fast knit perfect for gift knitting or as an act of kindness to yourself. This is a functional yet versatile knit, perfect as an accessory to dress up an outfit or a...
Knitting: Scarf
Pay it Forward is an asymmetrical triangle scarf worked on a bias. It is a great stash-buster and a quick knit, using one skein of two contrasting colours, with limitless aesthetic possibilities. This scarf drapes beautifully and is a fun, versatile accessory. This is an easy to work pattern, suitable for the beginner or someone looking for an ...
Knitting: Scarf
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Clary Sage is my most favourite garden herb. In lore, it is a woman’s plant, associated with the moon and used in love and protection charms. This shawl is inspired from looking at the Clary Sage flowers in my garden fade from an exquisite cream to light purple to a dark purple rimmed border. This crescent shaped shawl is worked top down with a...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is a homage to my Gaelic roots and a journey though the legends of the Maighdeann-ròin. Also known as a selkie, in Gaelic lore a Maighdeann-ròin is a seal maiden caught on land against her will and taken as a wife when her seal skin is stolen away from her and carefully hidden by her husband so that she may never return to her true h...
Knitting: Legwarmers
Warm, yummy, texture is paired with classic cables and my
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Homestead is a half-pi semi-circle shawl designed to keep you cozy while heading out first thing in the morning to collect the eggs or late into the evening while you sit out on the porch reading as the sun fades. It also makes a great oversized scarf paired with your favourite jeans and boots. The weight of the wool provides a functional, rust...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitting: Baby Blanket
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Knitting: Cowl
Rivers and Ravens Cowl was designed during a time of severe drought on Vancouver Island, where I call home. I selected Malabrigo’s Arroyo (which means brook or stream in Spanish) as a meditation prayer for rain, and often soon after working on the project, the rains would begin. Proof that knitting is magical! My most favourite place to work on...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Welcome my newest pattern “Faun”. An elegant but cozy baby blanket, this heirloom piece is destined to be timeless and well loved.
Knitting: Legwarmers
When the West Coast of Canada enters Scorpio, it gets cold fast. The damp chill air of the island makes one glad to have a fire stove, tea and warm cozy leg warmers on hand to add extra warmth and layers. Scorpio leg warmers were inspired by a desire to have a thick, and soft leg warmer that I could wear in the darker months of the year both ar...
Knitting: Toeless Sock
I live in a tiny mining village affectionately known as “Dodge” to the locals. The community is an interesting mix of folk… all of whom enjoy the forests and lakes that surround our little mountain village and these socks are a tribute to the special blend of community and lifestyle found here.
Knitting: Cowl
Knitting: Legwarmers
Knitting: Legwarmers
Earth Mama was inspired by my dear friend Eve, who is the quintessential embodiment of an Earth goddess, spending her day on her organic farm, tending the various plants and lovingly raising animals.
Knitting: Cowl
Equniox was dreamed of and created on the Spring Equinox in honor of my mother’s birthday. Born in April, I wanted to create something for her that was light and airy for spring but still warm enough to ward off the chilly evenings. The design is a balance of light and dark as is the equinoxes, and is the perfect accessory when warm days are fo...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Living on the West Coast of Canada, our family spends a lot of time on the beach…. summer or winter, rain or shine. Winter Driftwood was inspired by the interlacing driftwood found on the beach during a January storm in Tofino. Made of 100% wool, this cute, slightly pointed hat will keep your little beachcomber warm and protected from the winte...
Knitting: Scarf
Leo Moon is the ‘sister scarf’ to Capricorn. Created for my friend Alison (and modeled by her lovely husband Brendan), Leo Moon was designed to be a luxurious scarf fit for the king or queen of the jungle, and warm enough to keep one cozy during the Leo full moon (which occurs in the dead of Winter). Beginning with a rich merino wool and silk b...
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl was created from a challenge to use some very lovely super bulky hand spun llama wool. I wanted to create something that would show off the rustic texture of the wool while also being versatile, light and airy to offset the thick warmth of the fabric once knitted up. The result was this lovely cowl. Loop it around once for a lighter s...
Knitting: Legwarmers
These are simple, sweet and to the point. Use a solid colour for a classic look, multi-coloured sock yarn for stripes, or rainbows or add your own motifs and designs for a truly custom design.
Knitting: Scarf
Ashes is a scarf inspired by and created for my brother-in-law Ashley. Ashley (or Ash as we call him) is the family authority on fashion and is always well dressed for every occasion. I wanted to create something for him that would practical but also appealed to his taste. In the end, “Ashes” (or Ash’s… get it!?) scarf was the result. This scar...
Knitting: Scarf
Capricorn was inspired by my best friend of 20 years, Kim. The quintessential Capricorn, Kim is classy, practical, hardworking, and a true source of comfort to those who have the honour of knowing her, and this scarf mirrors those traits.
Knitting: Pixie Hat
The Gnome Hat was created, in honour of the wild forest spirits (my daughter Faunus included) that make their home in the wild woods of the misty and damp West coast on Vancouver Island. Made of 100% wool, this top-down hat is warm, cozy and a great way to use up leftover wool from other projects. The ties make it possible to secure to the head...