Debbie is a 1950’s inspired headband that can be worn different ways. Either with the knot tied at the top or at the bottom or even off center. I especially like the leaf shaped tips sticking up at the top.
Name after Deann, who loves hats! The design is packed with a variety of textured stitches for knitting interest.
Eilish is a pretty headband, that is quick and easy to knit up. Only using around 30 yards, and size 7 needles, you will be wearing this one in no time!
ZigZag is an offset rib pattern, resulting in a lovely textured hat. Both written and charted instructions are included for convenience; each on its own page for printing ease.
Sail! is a slouchy tam with a cable band, worked all in a nice warm chunky wool. Using size 10 needles, Sail! knits up quickly and you will be wearing it in no time!
A sweet little bow to accessorize with. Quick and easy to knit, takes very little time and materials, so great for a stashbuster and last minute gifts.
A cozy, chunky knit hat, great for everyone on your list! Cables alternate with rib to keep this knit interesting and help fit it to a variety of sizes.
A simple beanie with a pretty hearts pattern. Worked in the round, in two colours, which are stranded all the way around the hat.
The Cuppycake hat is knit in the round with no seaming and a nice swirl effect. With three options for the ruffle, you will be able to please everyone. I have included a photo tutorial to help with the ‘tricky’ part, but really this is an easy and cute hat.
A turban style hat that can be worn many different ways. This hat is knit in two different parts, first the brim is knit flat, then you pick up stitches to knit the rest in the round. This turban is quite stretchy and fits a range of different sizes.
Friendship Hat was designed to represent the friendship found since I became a knitter and connected to other knitters around the world over the internet. I wanted it to show the friendship brought about by people from all walks of life coming together despite differences and distances, so I chose to have each person be a different color.
For Necks & Shoulders..
Felicienne is a pretty ascot-style lace scarf, featuring a falling leaf diamond lace pattern at each end and keyhole slots at both sides for flexible styling. The scarf is worked flat from the bottom up, in two parts, which are grafted together at the centre back.
Cloverdale is a rustic and simple little crescent shawl worked flat and knit from the top-down, all in one piece, increasing in size as it is worked, and continuing on into the border.
Cosy up in this big beautiful bulky weight shawl, adorned with finely decorated lace panels, a softly scooped neckline for comfort and gently bobbled edging.
Mariana is a capelet/poncho with a ruched hem, pretty lace band detailing, and softly pointed hood with a decorative edging.
Drop it! cowl is layered with graduated bands of dropped stitches for knitting interest and a slouchy finished look.
Beginner level pattern for a shawl/scarf, knit on big needles, no purling.
Small cowl/neckwarmer. This piece is super simple to knit yet gives a classic chic look. A great beginner project. It’s good for when you’re broke as it only takes one skein, and it’ll certainly get you ribbing!
Midnight in Georgia cowl is great for any who lose interest in knitting projects quickly. This easy yet varied pattern knits up quickly holding two strands of worsted weight yarn together. Choose both strands to be the same colour or hold two different colours together, either way will give you a lovely accessory.
For Legs & Feet..
Leaf Me Alone! Socks.. The socks to knit when you just want everyone to leave you alone and let you knit! With small, easy cables and a quickly remembered stitch pattern, these knit up quite fast.
Thick snuggly house socks, worked in worsted weight yarn. Inspired by Welsh Tapestry fabric accessories of the 1960’s.
Legwarmers for reindeer? Or reindeer to keep your legs warm?! Either way, keep them snug with this quartet of prancing deer, cuddled around the calves.
For Holding Things..
Download our fabulous combined crochet and knitting pattern for this mini autumn treat bag…for free!
Little gift/storage pods. Decorated with a little loop at the top and toggle closure.
This is a beginner/easy level pattern. The pods are super simple to knit. All you need to know is how to cast-on, bind-off, knit and purl.
A mini duffle bag style purse in tactile seed stitch and waffle stitch. This is an all-in-one, all knitted design, with an integrated knitted lining, minimal sewing, and a drawstring which is also made out of the same yarn as the purse.
Colourwork tote bag, inspired by Welsh tapestry fabric accessories of the 1960’s. Uses one yarn in a solid colour and one multicoloured yarn with long colour changes, to give the ombre effect within the pattern.
A small hug for pocket tissues! In association with Knitted Knockers UK. These sweet little covers work up quickly and would be great for little gifts or to sell at fundraisers and craft fairs.
Crux is a knitted take on a chic couture style belt with a pattern of subtle alternating crosses along the length.
Set of four vibrant colour-pop knitted jewellery pieces
For the Home..
A little pin cushion with a traditional Fair Isle look. Great for using leftover oddments of fingering weight yarn.
Purl the Phoenix is a washcloth made with knit and purl stitches. We provide both a chart and written pattern for this one, and we include tips for left handed knitters.
Ellen explains how to make this simple little garter stitch cushion, with decorative trims.
These crochet record coasters will be the envy of all of your music loving friends! Crochet them today and add a touch of whimsy to your decor.
This cheery and bright Bonanza Blanket is worked in one piece with an optional crochet edging. Super simple, if you can do the knit stitch you can do this! Just cast on and knit (and knit and knit…!).