Sarah Dawn

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Boot Cuffs / Toppers
These boot toppers can be mostly attributed to curiosity. Before I got into knitting as an adult, I’d never even heard of such a thing! But, thanks to the amazing pattern database that is Ravelry, I quickly found out that boot toppers are “a thing”, and a thing I wanted to try out in a Canadian Winter!
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Crochet: Scarf
Where did this scarf and hood start? I wanted a hood and scarf that even a newcomer to crochet could make and was inspired by this beautiful but, simple, crochet lace stitch pattern. By adding some seaming to make a hood, a beautiful, unique accessory is created that even a beginner can make!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The design for this hat came about thanks to two things: first, the Ravelry Designer’s Challenge, based on a woodland theme, and second, my roommate needed a new hat! It’s the sister pattern to my Woodland Mittens.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks come from several ideas, but the biggest one was the idea of travelling lace leaves. I fell in love with this motif the first time I saw it, and this seemed the perfect place to use it! When I was working the partial garter rib, it reminded of a newly sown garden, all in neat lines. Hence, the name of the socks was a relatively easy...
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
The Ribbed Bag of Many Things came about as something I made up for my roommate to put her headphones and mp3 player in, but it could be used to hold just about anything!. It’s a bag knit in the round using 1 by 1 ribbing, then seamed at the bottom with whip stitch, or mattress stitch if you prefer. Eyelets at the top allow for a twisted cord o...