Aneeta Patel

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Toys and Hobbies - Other
St John’s Hospice asked me to help them raise some joy and money for their patients. If you knit this free pattern for yourself, a gift or for sale could you please make a donation to St John’s Hospice.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
I’ve been looking for the perfect pattern for a Christmas stocking but nothing really appealed to me. My inner knitting-teacher was demanding a stocking with sock-rules! So I decided to write a pattern myself using a traditional formula for a top-down sock on double-pointed knitting needles. As well as knitting a Christmas stocking, this patter...
Knitting: Sweater - Other
Ok…are you paying attention? There’s a lot of information coming your way in this versatile jumper-hoodie-or-not-which-shoulder-style-is-the-size-you-are-knitting?
Knitting: Gloves
Gloves may seem fiddly little things to knit, but they make a perfect project if you’d like a knitting challenge but don’t fancy a ‘big’ project.
Knitting: Pullover
This jumper will knit up in no time using super bulky yarn. If you are just learning about shaping and sewing up, I think you’ll like seeing it grow quickly and the big yarn and needles will make sewing up much easier for you as you’ll really be able to see into the nooks and crannies of the fabric. This is a great project for building up your ...
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
This cushion cover, briefly shown in the stitch library in Knitty Gritty - The Next Steps is one of the prettiest items in the book in my opinion. The cushion cover is shown in the book as an example of what can be knitted using Moss Zig stitch rather than a fully written pattern and I’ve had several requests asking for the pattern in a more tr...
Knitting: Neck / Torso - Other
This snood, briefly shown in the stitch library in Knitty Gritty - The Next Steps has proved to be one of the most popular items in the book! The snood is shown in the book as an example of what can be knitted using Six-Toed Cable rather than a fully written pattern and I’ve had several requests asking for the pattern in a more traditional form...
Knitting: Booties
This is a pattern that I’ve been asked to design again and again by knitters who loved the baby bootie pattern in my first book.
Knitting: Dress
Here’s a pattern that I really enjoyed designing. It appeared nearly fully formed in my head, and I had instant visions of it being worn everywhere from the beach, to a winter party or a wedding.
Knitting: Cardigan
I’m a huge fan of The Cardigan. I own endless variations of this
Knitting: Pullover
This is a pattern for a classic, simple ladies’ jumper with a slightly
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Using a double-knit yarn, you can choose something utterly luxurious like silk yarn to add glamour to this shawl. It can be worn in a variety of ways (see the photographs for inspiration), and it is the perfect way to ward off chills on a spring evening.
Knitting: Hot Water Bottle
Any double-knit yarn will work in this pattern; just remember that you will be taking this knitting to bed with you so choose something extra soft.
Knitting: Booties
A beginner’s pattern.
Knitting: Tote, Tutorial, Stitch pattern
This workshop and pattern and designed for beginners to knitting who can cast on, knit and purl and cast off.
Knitting: Necktie
So how about something any Big-Daddy won’t be able to resist wearing? I’ve designed a funky yet utterly wearable necktie that will appeal to his inner Daddy-Cool! Why not make one for each of the men in your family?