Scarlett Royal

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 50 patterns

A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.

eBook : 8 patterns

There are 8 patterns in the book that include beanie, slouch, cloche, beret, ball cap, flat cap, and ski mask. The book uses a simple math formulas based on the peg numbers of a loom for a hat. Video tutorials are included to help understand the formula and how it is used to make each hat in the book.

eBook : 10 patterns

This book is inspired by the fact that I needed sleek elegant patterns for myself. So I came up with adding collars and hoods together in several modular patterns. The collars are great to put with high neck garments and t-shirt necklines. They can also be used for the collars of sweaters you make as well.

eBook : 13 patterns

This book includes the child and adult size, as well as using the 36 and 41 peg Knifty Knitter looms as well as other options similar, like Darice and Boye looms. I also include the 44 and 59 peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood looms, with the option of being able to put together looms with same peg count using Martha Stewart looms. Each of the new patterns comes with a private video tutorial, along with the written. It offers an array of sizing, looms, learning styles, and difficulty levels.

eBook : 7 patterns

This is a fun collection for wonderful gifts for friends and family, and heck gift for yourself. This collection uses a lot of 10 stitch techniques when making the wash cloths. The other projects are great like, the insulator for your summer mug with cold water and keeps it cold, and a washable loofah that you can open up and dry out. Many of the patterns have videos to follow with beginning to end, and if not plenty of video examples that can help you achieve the patterns. I used 2 different looms, the 25 peg 3/8” gauge loom and 60 peg 3/8” gauge loom. These are great projects for some scrap yarns and srubby yarns. So have fun and happy looming!!!

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Poncho
This is a pattern based off of a stitch pattern from Renee Van Hoy’s first stitch dictionary. The Mesh Lace Stitch. This pattern you will need at least 108 pegs in the 5/8” gauge. I used the large universal x loom in the gauge. I also used basically a full Caron Cake. You need minimal extra supplies, sewing needle, and a couple of stitch marker...
Crochet: Slippers
I am not a crochet pattern writer, but I provided video for assistance if my writing doesn’t make much sense. If any of you seasoned crocheter would like to make suggestions on how to write this better please feel free to shoot me a message.
Knitting: Animal Toy
128 peg 1/2” gauge x loom was used to make this elephant with a minimum of 24 pegs used and a max of 48 pegs. This is a challenging elephant but well worth the effort when a full 2 part video tutorials are provided along with the written instructions. I used the Lions Brand Vel-Luxe yarn, it can be testy and if you so choose to do that yarn wit...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is done on the smaller 120 peg 3/8” gauge universal x loom, but you can use the larger gauge too. You might could make this on the larger 1/2” gauge but it might be more slouchy. You do wedge increasing and wedge decreasing. There is short rowing and a brioche style stitch pattern. I would say this is an advanced pattern but it has a video...
Knitting: Cowl
Based off of a Russian design, transferred to the loom. I used an x loom, but you can use any loom you have that has 48 to 53 pegs in the 5/8” gauge. It is a fairly simple pattern and is seamless, but it is modular. If you have done a 10 stitch blanket you can make this easy. There is a full video tutorial and written instructions. I used Premi...
Knitting: Clothing - Other
So everyone has loved this pattern, it was about the 4th thing I made on the x loom before anyone knew about it. Which means it wasn’t filmed, I had lots of notes. I wrote it down and am only asking a dollar due to the fact I don’t have video for it. It uses basic techniques for the x loom which means you should be able to follow the written, a...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is a fun pattern if you want a challenge to make an entire animal that doesn’t require sewing. This pattern uses short rows and adding sections gradually back as you go. Lucky for you there is a video tutorial showing you how and photos to help as well. This was done on a 24 peg loom in a 3/8” gauge loom but you can use any 24 peg loom jus...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern was done on the 128 peg 1/2” gauge universal x loom, but it can be done on a regular loom that is divisible by 10 with a fine gauge drawstring bind off to finish rather than the x loom finish. This is an easy hat using only knits and purls. It is simple and classy and would also look great in a solid yarn. I barely used a skein of ...
Knitting: Clothing - Other
This is a complete set hat, sweater, mittens, and booties. There is video tutorials along with written instructions and photo instructions. It is a fairly easy set, the sweater might give you a little more challenge. You can do the hat, mittens, and booties on a regular loom. The whole set was done on the universal x loom 120 peg 3/8” gauge. I ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a pattern done on the new 120 peg 3/8” gauge Universal X Loom by Cindwood. It has a video tutorial and creates a special shaped crown for a cool yet simple design element on a simple stitch as a rib stitch. Great start to working with some fun on the new x loom if you are still getting the hang of it. I also provide instructions for if ...
Knitting: Cardigan
This gives sizing from infant to toddler depending on the x loom that you have. If you have the 120 peg 3/8” gauge x loom you can make an infant size. If you have the 160 peg 3/8” gauge x loom you can make a toddler size. If you have the larger gauge like the 128 peg 1/2” gauge x loom you will do the toddler sizing. 96 peg 1/2” gauge will do th...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This is another pattern that you can do on the x loom that will require no modular knitting, sewing, or any other fancy thing to create it. It is all one piece and is easy when compared to other patterns out there where you have to do all kinds of tricks to create this shape. I would suggest using the large 160 peg x loom but for the smaller si...
Knitting: Stocking
While this is written for adult they way I chose to do this it will fit a child to adult. I have video tutorial and pictures to help as well. This is a 3 style brim pointy hat series. An elf, santa, and hemmed brim pointy hats. The hemmed brim pointy hat is a bonus. All these have no seams and are done on the new Universal X Loom that I designe...
Knitting: Softies - Other
This is a seamless snowman done on the new Universal X Loom that was designed by me and modified and being made by Cindwood looms. You are using wedge increasing and wedge decreasing to create the shape of the snowman. There is a video link included showing how to make the basic shapes you are working with but this is a photo tutorial and writt...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a basic hat pattern to get you started getting used to the Universal X Loom that I designed and Cindwood modified and making. It is a new loom that you can decrease and increase from 4 directions. This concept allows for a beautifully smooth crown. No more bulk and all kinds of fancy techniques to try and get a smooth crown. The loom co...
Knitting: Animal Toy
This bear was done one the new Universal X Loom that was designed by me and modified and is being made by Cindwood looms. You will increase and decrease with the wedges on this pattern to create shaping for the bear. There is written, photo, and video instructions for this pattern in the PDF. It can be a challenge to get used to but there is ve...
Knitting: Skirt
A simple fun pattern to work on new techniques and garments on the new Universal X Loom designed by me and modified and made by Cindwood Looms. It has video instructions along with written and some photo instructions. It will soon have a collaborated bodice pattern to go with it but for now you can easily make a skirt using the basis of this pa...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is a basic sock pattern using the new Universal X Loom by Cindwood Looms. Designed by me, and modified and made by Cindwood Looms. You can do a cuff down sock without need to do a kitchener toe finish. You can now do a simple finish in round toe method. It had video tutorial, as well as written formula for different size, plus photo tutori...
Knitting: Pullover
This is a simple sweater done in Bernat Home Decor Yarn I used 1 skein of Black and 1 Skein of Yellow, I had plenty of yellow left.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This is a cute pattern and lots of fun for kids to play with. If you are fan of this dog breed you will love this pattern.
Knitting: Bonnet
I used the 72 and 88 peg 3/8” gauge looms to create this hat pattern. But I have written a formula on how to make it on any loom and any size you would like. It is an easy pattern and has several reference videos for all the steps in the hat. I used cascade yarn pima cotton to create this bonnet. This was a commissioned hat that was done for so...
Knitting: Drawstring Bag
I used the 48 peg 3/8” gauge loom, it has a full video tutorial and the tutorial explains how to make in different sizes. I have written instructions with some alternatives on how to make the bag. This is a fun pattern for carrying small projects or for kids who want little bags to carry their things in. It is a intermediate pattern that would ...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
I wrote this pattern for the 56 peg 1/4” gauge loom but used the new preorder 72 peg 1/4” gauge Cindwood universal sock loom. Provided a formula to be able to make any size you would like. I have an example written for a 24 month old. It has different videos to help with the techniques used. It uses the new Pinned short row heel and Kiss short ...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is a little bit of a challenge but I think well worth the effort. The entire sock is done in diamonds, this includes the heel and the toe. I have a written for the 36 peg 1/4” gauge loom and a full video tutorial for the 40 peg 3/8” gauge loom. I explain if you want to use different looms to adjust the sizing. The 36 peg is for baby to tod...
Knitting: Hats - Other
This is a unique design, I have searched the internet and have found nothing quite like it. It is a blend between a dickie and a hood. This style is sleek and warm with no bulk. One size fits all. We tried it on every member in the house and it fit everyone. I used the 70 and 54 peg 1/2” gauge CinDwood looms for the project. I used a full skein...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I used the 80 peg 3/8” gauge loom to create this pattern. I also used about 1/2 a skein of Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable Stained Glass Yarn, but would suggest also you could use Lions Brand Landscape and yarns similar in this length of color change.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I used the Cindwood 3/8” gauge 72 peg loom to show how to make this project but used a chart to show how you can make this on major brand hat looms to make this hat.
Knitting: Bonnet
This bonnet fits everyone, the elastic you add around the brim is what changes the size more than anything.
Knitting: Dress
This pattern includes a full video tutorial, as well as written, and photo instructions along with a formulas on how to make it any size you want.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The fun thing about this pattern is it is worked up on the negative side rather than the positive. This gives you an idea that you can work mentally on the inside of the loom and do a pattern design. It takes more mental work but makes some stitches much easier.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a fun pattern using a stitch technique that is not difficult and has dramatic affects. I include video tutorials on how to do the diamond ribbon stitch. The instructions include a formula to be able to make it on a loom you possess. I used the 90 peg 3/8” gauge Cindwood loom but you will need a loom in sets of 10, 11, or 12 to do this p...
Knitting: Pants
This pattern has a full video tutorial, as well as written and photo instructions with a formula to make it in any size you want.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a fun hat that looks like it is complicated but really isn’t. It can fit a 4 year on as a loose beanie and fits adult comfortable.
Knitting: Booties
This pattern is fun and uses an easy stitch and works with a slip stitch to achieve the effect.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This pattern is written so you can use any loom gauge you would like just so long as you have 10 pegs. I would suggest for big blanket size using a zippy loom, or do the 2 peg as 1 technique.
Knitting: Cup / Mug
This is a great project for those who like to drink out of a 32oz mason jar. I do because 2 fillings and you have your daily water intake. The only problem I find is the cold water weeps and doesn’t stay cold as long. I chose to work up this project in 100% wool in that the fiber is naturally waterproof and if it insulates you in winter it will...
Knitting: Vest
This is a pattern that is the offshoot of my 10 stitch star blanket pattern but it adds new techniques into it to create arm holes, lacing, and adding a ruffle edge. This pattern is well worth the new education on getting creative with the 10 stitch blanket concepts. But this isn’t 10 stitches it is 8, but the pattern would be easy enough to ad...
Knitting: Throw
If you know the techniques of a rectangular 10 stitch blanket, you can get this pattern, plus there is a video tutorial for how to get started creating the shape and how to continue.
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
This is a continuation of the 10 Stitch Star Pillow concept but turning it into a pillow rather than a blanket. There are instructions as to how to go about doing this.
Knitting: Bonnet
This clover bonnet has a video tutorial on how to do the clover stitch.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Done on the 36 peg 1/4” gauge Cindwood loom
Knitting: Bonnet
Used the 36 peg 1/2” gauge CinDwood loom.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is written for a 3-4T sizing, but an example written for average adult female. Plus notes how to make the size you want.
Knitting: Socks - Other
A Victorian style baby sock with a lace cuff and a honeycomb brioche stitch body. Made to be babies first socks.
Knitting: Dress
I used the CinDwood universal hat loom 90 peg 3/8” gauge with 2 wedges.
Knitting: Slippers
Fun simple pattern with full beginning to end video tutorial.
Knitting: Bonnet
Loom used 60 peg 3/8” gauge
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Made these for my son. He is 3 so the pattern written originally for 3-4T. I provide a formula to figure out other sizes, and my example of the formula is womens size 8-9. It is a great pattern that looks complex but really is a beginner pattern for making socks.
Knitting: Bonnet
This is a baby bonnet pattern that is beginner intermediate level. It have a full beginning to end video tutorial for those who would like to try a simple project using simple lace terms.
Knitting: Dress, Booties, Cloche Hat
3 Patterns in 1 bundle. A classic elegant look for your sweet baby.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I used the 48 peg 5/8” gauge loom, size 6 yarn. I used 1 skein for toddler and 2 skeins for adult.
Knitting: Booties
This is a pattern that was done on a 36 peg 1/2” gauge cindwood loom. I used 2 skeins of Lions Brand Hometown USA Daytona Yellow, 1 Skein of Cincinati Red, and Green. I used part of a skein of Caron Simple Soft Pale yellow yarn.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This is a coat that is added to my dragon hat. I used the 30 peg and 44 peg 1/2” gauge looms to make this in 3T and 4T sizing.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat, Neck / Torso - Other
This is a fun sweet pattern to do for a photoshoot or special occasion.
Knitting: Booties, Mittens, Beanie, Toque
This is 3 patterns in 1 package, great for a first little bundle for a baby.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is a fun pattern that I am offering an easy version and a more complex version of. I am also giving you a formula to make it on any loom you would like in any size. I do have the pattern written in easy format on a 36 peg 1/4” gauge loom, and the complex pattern written in 56 peg 1/4” gauge loom.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This pattern was written for the 36 peg 1/4” gauge CinDwood loom, but I have included a formula on how to go about making the sock on a loom of your choice.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Onesies
This is an unique pattern in that it uses 4 different looms to create one pattern. Luckily it is a set you can get at CinDwood. The Extra Large Adult 3/8” gauge Hat Set. 88,68,48,28 peg looms in the 3/8” gauge.
Knitting: Socks - Other
This pattern for the lace is written for a large foot around size 8-9 women’s US. It was done on the 56 peg 1/4” gauge CinDwood Loom. Includes a graph chart to easy follow lacing while working. Plus video tutorial explaining what the symbols mean in the graph.
Knitting: Doll
This project was done on a 54 and 36 peg loom with a 3/8” gauge CinDwood looms. I used Bernat Baby Yarn in size 3 in a mint and yellow yarn but only used about half of the skeins to do the doll. I used Caron Simply Soft for the skin tone and barely made a dint in the skein. I would say this is an intermediate pattern, it includes faux kitchener...
Knitting: Slippers
The slip flop is a design for comfy house shoes in the summer. I used the base of a cheap pair of flip flops, and you hot glue your faux leather sole, loom knitted top, and straps to the flip flop base.
Knitting: Animal Toy
This pattern works very similar to many of my other stuff animal patterns. The difference is I am using 2 pegs as 1 for this project, and in order for the stitches to be thick enough for you not to see the filling I bulked up the yarn. This is the most major difference with this pattern from my usual. So I provide visuals on the 2 peg as 1 tech...
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
This pattern is written for 60 pegs 1/2” gauge loom, but I have offered instructions using basic math and peg count to make this hat on any loom.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is a great pattern that uses a formula to tell you how to go about making this pattern on any loom you might have. After swatching and figuring out the size loom and number of pegs, you plug it into the formula and get how to make the sock. :-)
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
The Seeds for Summer Hat is a cloche hat that is made in 2 sections. The hat is made first and then the brim is slowly knitted into the base of the hat as you work.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This is a pattern that uses the 20 peg 3/8” gauge and 30 peg 1/4” gauge CinDwood Looms.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mittens, Beanie, Toque, Animal Toy
This bundle includes 4 patterns, hat, mittens, socks, and stuffed rabbit. It used a single skein of Cascade Cherub DK Yarn.
Knitting: Onesies
This is a cozy classic pattern for a baby, wrapping it in love. The design allow for the front to be undone to allow the baby to be placed in the cocoon easily. The Hood is narrow to allow for very little for the baby to wrap it’s head around.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a fun quick pattern that uses the 8 stitch right cable cross in such a way to create a bunny.
Knitting: Bonnet
This pattern is actually more versatile than just the bonnet itself. You can make this longer and put into a scarf. Also it is done with 37 pegs so if you go with a large gauge like 1/2” or higher you can make an adult size. If you use 3/8” gauge it will make the size in the photo.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This was a fun hat that came about with me trying something and instead of it looking like what I was after it looked better. I am excited to share this pattern with you, as it is probably the most unique hat I have made.
Knitting: Booties
I used the pre order loom for the 30 peg 1/4” fine gauge CinDwood Loom to make the toddler ones. I used the 30 peg 1/2” gauge to make the adults. Lucky thing is same instructions make the 2 sizes. All that needs changing is size yarn you use. Worsted or smaller for the toddler, and bulky to super bulky for adult. If you are making the adult you...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
This pattern is written for the 50 and 56 peg 1/4” gauge CinDwood Looms. A sock loom with this many pegs should work still.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This was written for adult sizing, but instructions are given as to how to adjust the pattern for smaller sizing.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is written for all the CinDwood fine gauge hat looms.
Knitting: Billed Hat
This pattern was done on the CinDwood 72 peg 3/8” gauge loom but the pattern is also written for the 80 peg 3/8” gauge loom.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is a unique hat that looks cabled, but is not, it uses a faux braid that weaves and spirals around the hat.
Knitting: Booties
This is a fun pattern for those who love the converse look. It is done in two pieces for a nice fit.
Knitting: Scrubber
This is a simple and fast pattern to make up. I used 9 pegs on the 18 peg 1/2” gauge CinDwood Loom, but any loom with 9 pegs can do this project.
Knitting: Pullover
The pattern has cabling on the front and on the sleeves. The back is plain and simple.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
This pattern was done on the CinDwood 30 peg 1/2” gauge and 40 peg 1/2” gauge looms. You can use the Knifter Knitter 31 and 41 peg looms or the Boye 30 peg or 40 peg looms.
Knitting: Gloves
This pattern was done on the 40 peg 3/8” gauge CinDwood Loom.
Knitting: Softies - Other
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a unique hat in that it fits anywhere from a baby to an adult man. This is the reason I call it the Universal Ribbed Hat.
Knitting: Wreath
This is a simple winter wreath that can be jazzed up with a number of things bought at a craft store or even the Dollar Tree
Knitting: Poncho
This is a kind of quilt pattern piecing all the leaves together to create the poncho. If you want to make for a child use less leaves and a different loom for the turtle neck.
Knitting: Accessories - Other
This is a special design that is approved by the President of Knitted Knockers, not other loom knitted design is approved as of yet, but this one is. It is knitted on a CinDwood 56 peg 1/4” gauge loom. It is knitted flat with a near invisible bind off, thanks to the inspirations of Brenda Myers!!! It comes with a video tutorial for assistance i...
Knitting: Backpack
Knitting: Sweater - Other
I used a 150 peg 1/2 gauge and the 60 peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood looms. I also used a stitch holder as this garment is worked from 2 panels into 1.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
If you are looking for a custom sock pattern for you new CinDwood fine gauge loom. This is the pattern for you to try. It doesn’t require swatches, and measuring tape. All it requires is your foot and a piece of paper and your foot traced out on the paper.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This is a heart cabled hat, that is knitted circularly, and has video tutorial included with a link below the picture in the PDF file. It shows how to do the cabled design knitted circularly, so if you wanted to do a scarf flat the technique would not work the same, but if you wanted to do a scarf knitted circularly it will work.
Knitting: Booties
This pattern is created using colorworks. It is for adult size only, and I used the CInDWood loom 30peg 1/2 gauge to do it.
Knitting: Booties
I have the full size ranging from infant, toddler, child, and adult. The pattern was written for a 12, 18, 24, or 30 peg loom. I did mine on the CIndwood 1/2 gauge series so other looms may vary in size. If you are making the child or adult you will need 2 skein of yarn as the crocodile stitch pattern takes up a lot of yarn. I also provide a vi...
Knitting: Doll
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Booties
The full size range it available from infant, toddler, child, and adult. The Patterns are written 12, 18, 24, and 30 peg looms. Specifically for Cindwood looms but other looms may vary in size. I used a skein a foot for the child and adult sizing, with the Lions Brand Hometown USA yarn. The crocodile stitch eats up a lot of yarn. You will also ...
Knitting: Booties
This is the pattern that uses the crocodile stitch on the looms, and was done with the CinDwood Looms. It was written for a 12,18, 24, and 30 pegs looms in 1/2 gauge, other gauges will affect the size some in other brands.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This pattern was done on the 44peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood Loom but is written in the 36 and 41 peg Knifty Knitter Loom as well as the 59 peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood loom.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This was done with the 44 peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood loom, but pattern includes 36 peg loom.
Knitting: Hats - Other
This pattern was done with the CinDwood Loom 44 peg 1/2 gauge loom.
Knitting: Brimmed Hat
Was done on a 36 peg Knifty Knitter loom but is written in the 41 peg loom as well as the 44 and 59 peg 1/2 gauge CinDwood looms.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This pattern was done with the 44 peg 1/2 gauge loom but is written for 36 and 41 peg loom as well as the 59 peg 1/2 gauge loom.
Knitting: Cowl
This is a one size fits all garment, it will fit a man, woman, child, and toddler. The garment will be a cape rather than a cowl on a child or toddler.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
This pattern is an advanced pattern for loom knitters, it uses techniques that are unique to my style of loom knitting. This pattern comes with video on how to, and a reference video on a guide for enlarging and decreasing size of hat. You also get the written pattern in PDF sent all to your e-mail. You will need a youtube account to view the v...
Knitting: Animal Toy
A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.