Julie Tootill

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Mittens
Fun, warm and stylish! Arbour mittens are knitted in DK weight yarn, they and have a folded wrist cuff and central cable detail along the front of the mittens. They are knitted on circular needles using the magic loop method or dpn’s if that is your preference. The mittens have an asymmetric thumb gusset that places the thumb increases only on ...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Reigate Mittens are textured handwarmers with a distinctive pattern and simple construction. The pattern is suitable for someone with little knitting experience as there is no thumb gusset. It is written in row detail as well as being available in chart format. This is a one size pattern which will fit the average women’s hand. A slightly small...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Simple, effective and stylish. Corrugations are fingerless mittens consisting of a simple textured pattern which creates a corrugated effect starting at the wrist and continuing for the length of the mittens.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Primavera are fingerless mittens with eyelet lace detail around the cuff, a twisted ribbed wrist and more eyelet lace along the back of the hand. This is a one size pattern which will fit the average women’s hand. A slightly smaller or larger sizing could easily be achieved with a different yarn and/or needle size. The mittens are knitted on ci...
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Jong is a one size fits all pattern….minimal detail, maximum style. This bulky oversized garter stitch jacket is knitted top-down with faux seams. It’s a great cover-up and warm enough to wear as an outer jacket on most occasions. Its simple style means that it looks good dressed up or down and has the added advantage of being a really quick an...
Knitting: Cowl
A simple but effective 4 section cabled cowl that knits up in under 100g. This quick chunky knit creates a warm and stylish accessory for cold wintry days. After cast on the stitches are joined in the round and the 10 round pattern repeat is knit across 16 stitches creating a cable offset.
Knitting: Pullover
Now available in English and Danish
Knitting: Pullover
This v-neck sweater is a classic box style which includes a lace panel worked across the centre back. The modern loose-fit style is knitted without any body shaping, plenty of positive ease and 3/4 length sleeves. It’s worked bottom-up in the round until the split for the sleeves where the front and back are then worked separately back and fort...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mittens are just a small project but incorporate lots of knitting techniques (provisional cast on, Italian tubular cast on, cable pattern from chart, i-cord edge, kitchener stitch, crochet seam) and as such provide a means to learn new techniques and recap on those knitting techniques which are perhaps used only infrequently. O...