Greg Cohoon

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
The great horned owl (also called the tiger owl) is the largest species of owl in the Carolinas. When I found the “tiger eye” stitch pattern in Barbara Walker’s A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns, I immediately saw this beloved owl looking back at me and knew it would make a perfect cowl for the Carolina Fiber Fest 2020 KAL.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
As a kid, anytime my parents drove us through the city, I was mesmerized by smoke billowing from smokestacks. I loved to watch the giant puffs drifting off with the wind, eventually converging and streaking the sky with clouds. My dad’s friend even convinced me that the factories were manufacturing the clouds! (I was a gullible four-year-old. G...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Like thunderbolts flashing from the sky, slender cables zig-zag down from the crown of this hat — but they have a twist! Not only do you knit these thunderbolts from the bottom up, but their stitch definition is as sharp as a lightning flash thanks to the use of twisted stitches. Worked in worsted-weight yarn, this fast and fun-to-knit hat is a...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
As I knitted this shawl and worked out the cable pattern that defines the top edge and spine, I was reminded of the portions of my high school physics classes that dealt with the study of waves. In physics, “amplitude” is a measurement of how a wave changes over time, and the cable pattern in this shawl is reminiscent of the many graphs I drew ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Scrappy Sock Yarn Preemie Hat pattern includes instructions for two versions of a sock yarn preemie hat: stockinette and lace heart. The stockinette version is particularly suited for using up bits and pieces of scrap sock yarn. The pattern is available in three sizes. The small hats will fit micro-preemies. The medium hats will fit preemie...