Natalia Prats

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
This winter sweater is worked in stockinette stitch with cuffs, hem, and neckline in seed stitch. It is worked in the round and has no seams except for attaching the sleeves. The body features a set of four darts that shape it smoothly for a more flattering fit. Worked with DK yarn in two colours (50% of each) using US 6 (4mm) circular needles...
Knitting: Purse
Pattern includes full instructions to create a handbag using fingering, long-change variegated yarn or two colours of sport weight yarn. Construction details can be combined in order to create different models.
Knitting: Tee
Waist-shaped, short sleeved top with 2in ease. The sleeves are non-tapered for extra comfort. Instructions with charts show the placement of the pattern stitch at the edges, making the pattern on the skirt flow all around. Detailed schematics with measurements are included.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
The file includes four charts: one head, one tail, one straight body, and one curved body so that the puppy can turn; and some ideas on how to use these charts.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This design was inspired by the main gate of the fabulous building created by architect Antoni Gaudí at the beginning of the 20th century in Barcelona, Spain. The building is known by the name of Casa Milà after the surname of the man for whom the house was built, and also as “La Pedrera” (“The Quarry”).
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
This item is made knitting in the round, beginning from the bottom with Judy’s magic cast-on. It is recommended to use circular needles, but DPNs can be used instead.
Knitting: Headband
This headband combines a lacey pattern of leaves in relief with a cable section that adds interest. The buttonhole is worked into the pattern, which makes it easy to convert to other sizes simply by adding or substracting repeats of the leaf pattern.
Knitting: Pullover
Medieval inspired top with shaped body and 3/4 sleeves, worked in an easy slipped stitch pattern. The centre front and cuffs are worked in plain stockinette. Instructions included to susbstitute yarnover eyelets in place of the metal eyelets.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
This mobile cozy is worked with a small amount of laceweight yarn, making it a delicate looking item that will wrap your phone in luxurious beauty. The flowing lace panels are a pleasure to look at, while the sides are adorned with tiny cables. Detailed, yet easy to make, it is a perfect present and no sewing is involved thanks to the ingenuous...
Crochet: Purse
This is a small handbag created especially for two little girls. It uses less than 50g yarn and is very quick to make. I used DK acrylic yarn so that the bags can go to the washing machine with no qualms, but you can try other yarns and colours to suit your taste.
Knitting: Purse
Pattern worked in the round using Judy’s magic cast on, easily adapted for other preferred methods, including knitting flat. Written instructions with charted cable section. Worded instructions for the cable section are enclosed for those who prefer them to charts.
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
This little bag has a 6x6cm (2½x2½in) square base and a body made up by bullion-like columns that end in a scalloped border. Use it to keep your favourite treasures or as a luxurious envelope to present a special gift.
Knitting: Cozy - Other
This is a pot cover for a standard nursery pot, dimensions: 40cm/16in top perimeter, 32cm/12 5/8in bottom perimeter, 20cm/8in tall. It is knitted flat and sewn along the side. Very easy to use for larger pots just by changing the needles and yarn.
Knitting: Headband
This hairband is a gorgeous addition to your hair accessories. The band is 6cm wide until it widens in a beautiful cabled oval that holds a delicate braid in its centre.
Knitting: Bookmark
This easy and quick stash buster whose lacy stitch reminds me of a river crossing the hills, and of new branches being covered with leaves, is a great little gift that can be made with a few yards of any yarn, preferably fingering or thinner. Try using decorative thread or mixing angelina with the yarn.
Knitting: Glasses Case
This is an ideal case to keep your reading glasses. It has a tiny gusset at the bottom that helps shape it into a roomy pouch, and a button closure with loop. The sample measures 6”1/2 x 2”1/2. The smaller sample was made with DK Courtelle and 3mm needles, and is a perfect sleeve to keep your cream tube in your bag or to be able to handle your ...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This item takes up just over one skein, so it’s a good stash buster for those oddballs of chenille left over.