Linda Jo Park

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Knitting: Mittens
This fairly easy pattern is written for 2 sizes to fit larger hands, ie. men, and features 2x2 rib cuffs and knit in thumb gusset for comfort and good fit. The smaller size has a finished length of 11 inches and a hand circumference of 8 inches. The larger size is 12 inches in length and 8.75 inches in circumference.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I came across this stitch pattern, which is actually called Little Dots, in one of Barbara G. Walkers stitch pattern books. I decided to try doing it in 2 colors and found the results so fascinating I had to write a sock pattern for it.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This is a fairly simple pattern for a pair of Ladies medium size fingerless mitts utilizing the Granite stitch. It’s written to be knit on 2 circular needles, but should be easy to convert to double pointed needles or the Magic Loop technique.
Knitting: Slippers
This is my take on a very old slipper pattern.
Knitting: Mittens
This fairly easy pattern is written for 2 sizes to fit larger hands, ie. men, and features a knit in thumb gusset for comfort and good fit. The smaller size has a finished length of 11 inches and a hand circumference of 8 inches. The larger size is 12 inches in length and 8.75 inches in circumference.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I started knitting a pair of Argyle socks for my son-in-law for Christmas, but I didn’t like the way they were looking so I frogged them and came up with these instead.
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
I belong to a very active local charity knitting group named the Knit Wits. This pattern is dedicated to them.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This is my first toe up sock pattern. It features short row heels and a ribbing stitch pattern that I designed myself. You can knit it with contrasting heels and toes, or all one color if you desire.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Fuzzy Hat is a super easy pattern knit in the round on large needles with just one skein of bulky weight furry yarn. You can add a novelty carrying thread to really give it some pizzazz. The pattern is in PDF format.
Knitting: Mittens
These textural striped mittens are knit with 3.5oz/100gms of worsted weight yarn on two size 5 circular needles. They are sized to fit larger hands, ie. men, and feature a ribbed cuff and knit-in thumb gusset for comfort and good fit.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is written for the 2-circular needles method of knitting. It features 2x2 rib for the cuffs and top with small Entrelac blocks in between. By decreasing and increasing the sizes of the blocks, I have succeeded in shaping the mitt for a better fit. The pattern works best with yarns that have a long color repeat. It is written to fit ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I am a life long Star Trek fan. It seems only right I have Star Trek socks. They are done in Captain Picard Red, but there’s no reason why a person couldn’t do them in Captain Kirk gold, Spock blue, or even Deanna Trois lavender. Or perhaps you’d rather have Gorn green. Whatever the color you choose, I hope you enjoy these socks.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The name of these socks was inspired by the color of the yarn I was using, and a fond memory of swimming in cenotes in Mexico. Cenotes are fresh water lakes made by the collapse of underground caves and then filling up with ground water. There are many of them on the Yucatan peninsula, and the water is as blue as these socks.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I wanted to make a pair of chocolate brown socks for my new son-in-law, Frank, for Christmas, preferably with some kind of cable stitch in them. I just love this tiny little twisted stitch cable pattern. It’s super simple to remember, works up very quickly, and doesn’t require cable needles to cross them.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I started designing these socks while I was on vacation in Mexico, which turned out to be the best vacation of my life. The stitch pattern I used for them is Quilted Lattice from Barbara Walkers Treasury of Knitting Patterns Vol. 1. Thus, the name.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I call these the Happiness socks because they made me so happy while I was making them. I made them for a photo contest that is being held during the Summer of Socks ‘08 knit along. I hauled these socks up into the north Idaho mountains in search of the perfect ‘Vacation Sock’ photo. I had a blast doing it too.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a really easy pattern using worsted weight yarn that I use to teach beginning knitters. You learn how to cast on, knit, and purl, but no binding off, though if you wanted to bind off, then thread a yarn in the edge stitches to gather the top, you certainly can. Techniques used are stockinette stitch, K2tog decrease, and ribbing.
Knitting: Poncho
This is a very simple pattern in garter stitch. It even fringes itself as you knit. Great for using up leftover bits in the stash. Use your imagination for colors in this poncho.
Knitting: Toy Vehicle
In another life (during the 90’s) I was an avid machine knitter. Here is one of my patterns that was published at that time.
Knitting: Toy Vehicle
In another life (during the 90’s) I was an avid machine knitter. Here is one of my patterns that was published at that time.
Knitting: Animal Toy
In another life (during the 90’s) I was an avid machine knitter. Here is one of my patterns that was published at that time under the name Precious Knits.
Knitting: Doll, Doll Clothes
This pattern is written for Passap E6000 and DM80 knitting machines.