Sheena Pennell

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Beanie, Toque, Beret, Tam
Great for rock concerts, leather jacket days at Starbucks, or golfing (apparently).
Knitting: Cowl
This cabled cowl is the perfect match for the Pumpkin Head hat, using the same cable pattern combined with a fold over edge at the top and bottom for a clean finish.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Pumpkin Head is a slouchy cabled hat pattern knit with a flat garter brim. Stitches are picked up to knit the crown. Buttons make it easy to adjust the size, and the pattern also includes instructions for making a two-color version.
Knitting: Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Socks, boots, boot toppers--it’s so hard to find these things for people, ahem, shapely calves.
Knitting: Boot Cuffs / Toppers
Cozy boot cuffs with a “ghost” of texture.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This pattern is made to be easily customizeable. It fits a 9”/23cm circumference foot snugly, and can be adapted from the shown ankle sock up to midcalf length. It can be knit on DPNs, a single circular, two circulars, or two at a time with magic loop.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
A classic cloche with a twist! This is a fairly simple stockinette hat until we get to the brim, and then there’s a little bit of shaping and folding to achieve the decorative finish.
Crochet: Scarf
Customizeable tentacle scarf.
Knitting: Chart
I’ve had many requests for illusion alphabets. This particular group of charts is suitable for smaller scale projects. Knit aran weight yarn, the letters will be about 3.5 inches tall.
Knitting: Chart
By popular demand, I would like to present a complete alphabet plus punctuation!
Knitting: Cloche Hat
A simple, textured cloche that is easily adapted.
Knitting: Scarf
For those days when you’re just feeling slightly homicidal.
Knitting: Cowl
This entrelac cowl is much simpler than it looks! Suitable for someone who has never worked entrelac before, or someone familiar with the technique. It includes the slightest bit of shaping for a more comfortable fit. Looks great in a multicolored yarn!
Crochet: Towel
This is a tutorial/recipe for a hanging kitchen towel. Great for using up scraps of cotton yarn. 1 ball of dish cotton will not only make one of these, but there will be enough left at the end for a washcloth.
Knitting: Towel
A quick and easy tutorial for a knitted hanging dishtowel. A crocheted version of the same pattern is available for free here. Perfect for using up odd ends leftover from wash cloths, one of these towels can easily be whipped up in an hour or less.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern was inspired by the Night Wars series of books by Missouri Dalton, including The Hanged Man’s Ghost and The Night Shift. The pattern includes both written instructions and a chart.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A pair of snug fingerless gloves for warmth and light support for those suffering from RSI’s.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A beanie based on the Quebec flag.
Knitting: Fashion Doll (Barbie, etc)
A cute little skirt designed for a 60 cm ball jointed doll.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Hats - Other
Though this pattern is written for a doll or infant size, it can be adjusted by going up a needle size. The tightness of the gauge contributes to the cute way the ears curl.
Knitting: Cuffs, Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is written for a single size, but includes tips on how to alter it for smaller sizes as necessary.
Knitting: Fashion Doll (Barbie, etc)
The download URL has been replaced as has the PDF file--all errata should now be reflected in the pattern itself, and you should be able to download directly from Ravelry.