Sarah Peasley

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Tote
These colorful and extremely sturdy totes got their start as class projects for beginning entrelac students. The felting process hides any imperfections created by the learning curve (yay!), and the resulting fabric stands up superbly to years of hard use. Novice and experienced entrelac knitters alike will enjoy choosing their own personal col...
Knitting: Legwarmers
My father-in-law, after his knee replacement surgery, complained that his new knee was cold during the winter months. He requested a knee warmer, which I happily provided. Here’s the result!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Scarf
Oooooh! Aaaaah! Pretty! Basically, it’s just a garter stitch scarf, but there’s a little lesson in yarn management thrown in for good measure.
Knitting: Clutch
Protect your moolah or the crown jewels with these stash reducing pouches.
Knitting: Scarf
This is a really easy scarf to knit, but it includes a cool fringe-making technique from designer Melissa Leapman. Dana’s Scarf is cast on along the long edge and worked until the desired width is reached. Play with different yarns and needle sizes -- gauge doesn’t matter, but a loosely knit fabric looks great!
Knitting: Scarf
Snuggle into this cozy hood/scarf combo. Insert Scarf Tab A into Scarf Slot B to stay toasty warm.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Here, in pattern form is the striped pillow cover from my Beginning Knitting class, along with a matching “squared” pillow cover. Knit with worsted weight yarn, although you can use a different weight of yarn to create a larger or smaller pillow. Use one color or many colors to create the effect you desire.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Use short rows to knit “knifty” earflaps that will keep even the tiniest ears warm!
Knitting: Sports Equipment
Knitted covers to protect those expensive golf clubs. The spiral rib expands and conforms to fit any size golf club -- even those oversized heads.