Ruth Gallo of Todwick Studios

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
Pattern Note: Please swatch and check for gauge. This is very important with this pattern to achieve the drape that is essential to make this garment work. If you find when your working on your swatch for gauge that your Diamonds are too short rather then removing rows, add in an extra wrap and see how that works.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
Herringbone: with all the lines in one column sloping one way and all the lines in the next column sloping the other way so as to resemble the bones in a fish.
Knitting: Cowl
Inspired by the nature that surrounds us at our cottage, this design incorporates my son’s favorite summertime adventures, whether it be swimming with the fishes, catching bugs, and resting under our majestic pine tree. During the colder months he can be warmed by his favorite memories.
Knitting: Scarf
A redesign of the popular Fleece Artist and Hand Maiden Gradient kits in a fingering weight yarn. This wrap is knit in 5 short row colour repeats . While always increasing on the right side your short row triangle shape will always be moving towards the right.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This tunic is perfect for our climate here on the Eastern Seaboard, kinda cold, but not really cold enough for a full sweater. Initially knit in the round, then knit flat for the front, back and shoulders, Then back in the round for the cowl neck.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This wrap is knit in 5 short row colour repeats. While always increasing on the right side your short row triangle shape will always be moving towards the right.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The birch bark canoe was the principal means of water transportation for the Canadian First Nation peoples. They were very lightweight and easily maneuverable in quick waters on the Canadian Shield and other areas around Canada. Like knitting, the Birch bark canoe craft was passed down from generation to generation. This crescent shawlette is k...
Knitting: Mittens
Harness your creativity this summer by designing your own mitten pattern using our L’il Sport yarn. We have supplied the chart, you fill it in. Have fun, and don’t forget to share your progress and mittens on Instagram #fairisleadventure.
Knitting: Mittens
Knit in the round, these mittens are worked in the Fair isle Method. The tree itself is the tree from our cottage which really is an iconic part of our view of the lake. We experience epic sunsets from our deck, and these mittens were designed to reflect those lovely evenings spent with family.
Knitting: Pullover
This jumper is knit top down using fair isle knitting methods. and a variegated colourway in the star portion of the pattern which eliminates working with multiple colours in a chart. There are short rows after the chart which lowers the front of the sweater so there is no bunching at the neck and slight shaping at the waist.
Knitting: Cowl
This Cowl was designed for Fleece Artist, it is knit using Humbug and Thatch - Stranded.
Knitting: Cowl
This pattern is available as a Christmas kit one skein of Himalaya and a Perl Grey pewter button . Please contact your local local yarn shop for more details.
Knitting: Knee-highs, Mid-calf Socks
These boot liners are knit holding together two yarns Fleece Artist Blue Face DK and Fleece Artist Goldiehair. By holding these two yarns together you will have a pair of wool/mohair blended boot liners. The reason I chose this combination is simple. They are luxurious!!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Knitting: Mittens