Jimenez Joseph

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Throw
Kirkbymoorside - a small blanket/throw that is generous in depth, texture and warmth. My uniquely designed stitch pattern offers visual interest on both sides of the fabric, matched with simple cables and garter ribbing. It looks complicated, but is very easy to memorize!
Knitting: Pullover, Tee
PIXHAM is a relaxed-fitting top featuring braided stitches that run across the upper body. It is knitted sideways, flat and in pieces, while the trims are worked in the round. The braiding feature is worked using a crochet hook. It is designed to fit loosely and have an open fabric.
Knitting: Pullover, Tee
PIXHAM (Addi Express) is a relaxed-fitting top featuring braided stitches that run across the upper body. It is made sideways, flat and in pieces using the Addi Express King Size (46pin) Circular Knitting Machine, while the ribbing trims are hand knitted in the round using circular needles. The braiding feature is worked using a crochet hook. T...
Knitting: Tee
Widden is a wide, relaxed-fitting top featuring mock cable trims and aesthetic seams. It is made sideways, flat and in pieces, while the trims are worked in the round. This project will suit a variety of yarn types or weights. It is designed to be loose gauge, ideally using larger size needles.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Friday Street Shawl gives an appreciative nod to the traditional Hap shawl, but with a modern twist. With stripes, slipped stitch texture and lace edging, this shawl pattern offers a choice of 2-colour,
Knitting: Sleeveless Top, Poncho
Galliatt is a turtle neck lacy poncho-style tunic, comprising 3 colours of worsted weight yarn (or any colour configuration you like!). It is worked flat in two pieces. The sides are fixed together with your choice of fashionable buttons, facing back-to-back, therefore no button holes are required. It is designed to be roomy, so that you can we...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Kitty Whiskers Fingerless Mitts - A fun and functional pair of fingerless mitts. They are made using the Addi Express Professional 22-pin, with a small amount of hand knitting for the trims, plus an optional thumb. Pair up with exciting yarn colours that will show through the braided ‘kitty whiskers’, while offering an extra layer of warmth. Pe...
Knitting: Cardigan
Polesden Lacy has a nostalgic style with a modern twist. It’s a blouson style cardigan with slimline sleeves, made using a DK/Worsted weight yarn base and a contrast colour lace overlay in 4ply/Fingering weight yarn. It is worked flat, from the top-down for the upper half. It is then joined together to work seamlessly down to the hemline, allow...
Knitting: Vest
A warm and Sporty Gilet Vest, made using the Addi Express Professional (22 pin) and/or Addi Express King Size (46 pin) knitting machines – along with a certain amount of hand knitting.
Knitting: Pullover
Veza = Zulu for “Reveal” or “Show”
Knitting: Vest
Inspired by the bohemian fashionistas at music festivals, VESTival is a sleeveless top, worn as a relaxed overlay. It is knitted sideways for the base section to create a loose and airy fabric, while the yoke is picked up and knitted off the base.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
For the Castle of Dreams
Knitting: Cowl
UPDATE: Gladrags Cowl pattern is now available in French! Translations by Gemma Heathcote gemsh.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Choob - A thick and insulating sideways-constructed hat, made out of knitted tubes using the Addi Express Professional (22 pin) knitting machine. A small amount of hand knitting is done to create the ribbing trims using circular needles.
Knitting: Throw
Massive Attack is a throw/blanket that is made using chunky weight yarn and five colours. A textured blanket with garter stitch short rows that approach the left and right flank, giving it an interesting arrangement, as well as fun colour-changing possibilities.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Refraction Shawl is made from the top down using two colours. Colour 1 is the neutral ray of light that connects supportively with Colour 2, its flamboyant partner. An ideal project for showcasing yarns that offer that ‘Wow!’ factor, such as: bright yarns, gradient (graduated tint) yarns, or variegated yarns. Together they mimic the refracted l...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Rupert Plaid Hat - A fun and simple hat with a plaid/tartan design, made using the Addi Express King Size (46 pin) circular knitting machine.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Céri Beret
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
In Cricket, the term LBW (Leg Before Wicket) is the basis of the law that, following an appeal by the fielding side, an Umpire may rule a batsman out if he believes the ball would have struck the wicket had it not been obstructed by any part of the batsman’s body except the hand holding the bat.
Knitting: Cardigan
Cricket - an English sport with a long tradition and unique style. Jimi Cricket takes on this theme by featuring cables and ribbing, put together in this slimline cardigan. With deep v-neckline and fun colour combinations, this cardigan naturally flatters your shape while keeping you luxuriously warm. Reveal your own ‘cricket’ personality as yo...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
“Howzat!” In Cricket, this term (derived from “How’s that?”) is an appeal made by the fielding team which asks the Umpire for a decision as to whether or not a batsman is out. Following the cricket theme, this hat is made from the bottom up using a circular needle and features nifty cable rib patterning and funky stripes!
Knitting: Pullover
Matterhorn - A wide scoop neck pullover with drop shoulders and an oversized fit. The Front, Back and Sleeves are made using the Addi Express Kingsize circular knitting machine (46-pin) or similar, along with a small amount of hand knitting.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
“Take THAT!” In cricket, when a batsman hits a six he is really thumping that heavy ball out of the arena! These fingerless mitts are made in the round from the bottom up using a circular needle. It features nifty cable rib patterning and funky stripes.
Knitting: Pullover
ByeLine: A Henley style striped pullover tunic with a scoop neckline and buttoned-down front. The ribbed hemline is curved at the front and back while the sides are overlapped. The three-quarter length sleeves have buttoned, ribbed cuffs.
Knitting: Pullover
LUCKY STAR • An over-sized boxy style jumper, with wide scoop neckline, drop shoulders and super-long sleeves. The sleeves are slim fitting with extra long cuffs and optional thumbholes so that they double up as fingerless mitts. The star motif is created using the intarsia method, with a simple lace patterning that becomes a window for showing...
Knitting: Pullover
Under Duress: A classic set-in sleeve V-neck pullover that is worked seamlessly from the top-down, with the sleeve caps integrally formed with the shoulders and neckline. The body and sleeves are worked by adding blocks of colour and slip-stitch ‘jagged edge’ patterning.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Under Duress: Fingerless mitts
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Under Duress: HAT
Knitting: Cardigan
Cherry Ginger Ale - Lounge around in something luxurious! This box styled open cardigan with drop shoulder, bracelet length sleeves is the perfect overlay. It has a textured fabric that keeps you warm and cozy, and is light enough to wear all day long. The wavy lace edgings lend it that extra charm. It’s like wearing your favourite shawl, but w...
Knitting: Pullover, Other Top
誕生日 = Tanjobi (Japanese for “Birthday”)
Knitting: Pullover
Javelin is a unisex sweater with raglan sleeves and contrasting lines that follow the sweater from neckline to hemline. It is knitted from the top-down, seamless and in the round. It contains 4 contrast colour lines that are carried vertically throughout the length of the sweater on separate yarn bobbins.
Knitting: Pullover
Leaps and Bounds is a pretty top featuring contrasting coloured sleeves, leaping tramlines and bounding cable patterning. It has a flattering squared-off neckline and a gentle waist shaping. An unusual sweater that offers an intriguing aspect whichever way you look at it. Mix and match yarn colours to suit your taste.
Knitting: Pullover
BUCKSHOT is an over-sized, medium length sweater with bracelet length sleeves. It has an all-over textured stitch pattern that looks as if it’s riddled with bullet holes! A relaxed fit for comfort during any occasion and versatile for any wardrobe.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A 2-colour scarf/wrap or shawl that is knitted from end to end. It features simple intarsia-style colourwork with easy cable & lace patterning and funky fringes.
Knitting: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
‘Gakusei’ (pronounced: gak’say) is Japanese for ‘Student’. The design for this cardi was influenced by an old sweater I once had while at Art College (minus the holes and the paint stains!).
Knitting: Tee
This is The Boss. A commanding, yet intriguing open gauge lace top, with V-neck and integral short sleeves. It is knitted flat in 2 pieces (front and back) from the bottom up, then seamed together. The hemline, the neck line and sleeve ribbings are picked up, then worked in the round using circular needles.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Aggregate is an arrowhead shaped wrap/scarf. It is made using 2 colour skeins of Heavy DK/Worsted weight yarn. It is knitted from the top-down with short row wedges and arrows that form a distinctive Left side/Right side mirror effect.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
LongStuff A semicircular-shaped shawl/wrap/scarf. It is made using 2 or more colours of Fingering weight yarn. It is knitted from the bottom-up with meandering short row stripes that build up as you go. The edging is picked up and knitted to form a neat border. Go as creative as you like with colour, or even add pompoms – your choice!
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
Moorside Infinity is a stylish, textured infinity scarf.
Knitting: Skirt
Tower of Strength
Knitting: Cowl
A fitting match for its original partner, Moorside Mitts
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Moorside is a complex-looking design, but is very simple in its application. This makes for a uniquely original stitch pattern that results in a pair of fingerless mitts that is a snug fit, lacy in appearance, yet extremely stretchy and cosy.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Bitter & Twisted – with lacy holes to let in the ‘Bitter’ wind and ‘Twisted’ stitch cables to reflect the designer’s personality… Mwa ha ha ha! :-)
Knitting: Coffee / Tea Pot
Don’t let your coffee get cold! Keep it warm with Clandon, the coffeepot cozy.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
An elegant cowl with intricate cables and lacework, Langbrook is an ideal accessory to finish off any outfit. It is knitted flat from side to side and is finished off with button detailing that can be worn fastened any way you like.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Peaslake is a top-down triangular shawl with an interesting textured lace pattern and ruffles for that extra chic. Goes well with jeans if you’re just nipping out to buy provisions. Goes well with a summer dress for those nippy nights out!
Knitting: Cowl
Westcott Cowl is a cozy cowl/neck warmer features a reversible wavy block pattern.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless mitts are ideal accessories for keeping your hands warm while freeing up your fingers for general tasks. A quick and simple project that is fun to knit and makes an ideal gift.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Tillingbourne beret is based on my very first sock pattern, Sakana. The brim is made of a stretchy lace, while the rest of the hat features spiraling twisted stitches that swim upwards from right to left. This hat would suit a worsted weight or heavy DK yarn.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern contains 2 yarn weight versions: Fingering & DK.
Knitting: Cowl, Fingerless Gloves
Chrysler is a pair of fingerless mitts that is glammed-up with a delicate overlay of lace. Knitted in the round like normal mittens (with 1 circ needle), the lace is incorporated into the main body using 2 circular needles.
Knitting: Pullover
This pattern contains 2 versions:
Knitting: Animal Toy
Hettie the Hedgehog is a cuddly and versatile toy, cushion, footrest or companion. The overall size is approx. 40cm wide by 25cm tall (16”x10”).
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
‘Sakana’ is the Japanese word for Fish. This sock pattern was named as such because of the fin-like cuffs and the iridescent colours and textures of the Koi.