Elizabeth Kay Booth

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Knitting: Scarf
The idea for this scarf came when I wanted to make a Pittsburgh-themed gift for my stepdad. There weren’t many patterns to choose from other than logo-ed items that required lots of intarsia work. My design is reversible and will work in any team colors you wish to knit it in, even if there are more than two colors. Featuring two coordinating s...
Knitting: Throw
A good-sized throw that works up quickly, Lattice In the Garden is made with bulky yarn on big needles and features a “lattice” slip-stitch pattern. This is a great pattern for variegated yarn since it helps the eye focus on the colors, but it would also be a beautiful texture for solid color too.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf is a fun stashbuster that will lend itself well to whatever color choices you prefer. I knit mine in a beautiful silk variegated yarn pared with a merino solid in fall colors, but you could make this scarf over and over and have options to spare. Gather all those random single skeins you didn’t know what to do with, pick a color (or ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl reminds me of patchwork and is a fun project for using up stash yarn. You can choose ten colors or two or anywhere in between and knit until you run out of yarn. This is one of those projects you will want to make multiple variations of just to see how each one will turn out!
Knitting: Scarf
This is a scarf you can make as long or short as you like. The stripes go in perpendicular directions due to alternating vertical slip stitch striping and horizontal garter stitch striping. It is very easy to make it the length you want, or until you run out of yarn, which makes it a GREAT stash buster!
Knitting: Pullover, Tee
Sheba is a modern take on 1920’s style and ease. It features a slip stitch pattern that mimics the look of beading. It has plenty of ease and is a glamorous, lightweight piece that will elevate any woman’s look.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
A luxurious piece to wear over pretty much anything for a little extra warmth and style. It is perfect for running around the city in jeans doing your thing, or dressed up for a night out on the town. Stripes, simple shapes and a little Stockinette curl for trim make this piece a fun knit in mohair with a modern twist.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf began as traditional stranded colorwork and morphed into shadow knitting (also known as illusion knitting). I found shadow knitting showed off the design concept and gradated yarn much better than my original stranded version. It also makes for simpler knitting because you don’t need to “float” yarns in the back of the work.
Crochet: Pullover
Pick two of your favorite bright colors and crochet yourself a lightweight, breezy top to throw on all summer long. This top is two simple pieces of single and double crochet which are seamed together when you’re done. Mix the stripes and color however you like for your own custom breezy top!
Knitting: Scarf
A scarf for a girl who’s not a teenager yet, but outgrowing the little princess frou frou. Polka dots and big stitches from a chunky yarn strike a good balance for a girl who’s growing, but not growing up too fast. It’s a very quick knit, even though it does involve basic intarsia. In fact, if you’re new to intarsia, this is a great project to ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
These colors remind me of an orchid. This design speaks to the hidden beauty we can find in flowers, especially when we look closely. Lots of shades, sometimes hidden, sometimes only visible when the flower opens fully. Knitting this shawl feels as luxurious as the final result, and this mohair yarn is as soft as flower petals - or as close as ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This wrap is inspired by gradations in sand dunes. Pick your two favorite colors, or do as I did and pick one variegated and one solid. Like sands and ocean waves, this design waves and gradates from one end to the other. Although there are stripes, there is minimal weaving in of ends because the design allows you to just carry yarn up the sides!
Crochet: Cowl
When it comes to cowls, I like bright and chunky, and quick and easy. This is a very fun, yet simple pattern with front and back post double crochet. Doublestrand your favorite color (or pick two favorites like I did!), and you will have yourself a squishy cowl in no time!
Knitting: Cowl
When it comes to cowls, I like bright and chunky, and quick and easy. This is a very fun, yet simple pattern with double seed stitch and 2x2 rib to start and finish. Doublestrand your favorite color (or pick two favorites like I did!), and you will have yourself a squishy cowl in no time!
Knitting: Pullover
This sweater is a fun, easy knit with minimal seaming. It gives a flattering fit with waist shaping and a wraparound collar. I chose a gently self-striping yarn, but it would also be beautiful knit in your favorite solid color. It is worked in St st and seed stitch for trims, and is knit from the bottom up, in the round, until it is necessary t...