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Nightwood and Solain

Nightwood and Solain

My newest sport weight hat patterns are Nightwood and Solain. Nightwood uses 2 skeins of Barrett Wool Co Woolens, shown in Inkwell and Putty. Solain uses 1 skein of Woolens in Loam, and a skein of Spincycle Yarns Dyed in the Wool in Good Omen. 

New: Sprig hat! Plus, 2 more patterns previously available only in books.

New: Sprig hat! Plus, 2 more patterns previously available only in books.

I just added 3 new pdf patterns to my Ravelry store. If you enter the code NEW at checkout, you can take 35% any pattern here.

New Pattern: Winter Wanderer

New Pattern: Winter Wanderer

I have a new pattern out! I knit my husband a new hat that’s just right for covering a hairless head. Full of texture with an enjoyable and easy to memorize pattern, The Winter Wanderer was fun for me to knit and even more fun to watch him wear. He wore it so much right away that I knit up a second one for him in another neutral. There are notes on adjusting the size or length in the pattern, and it’s 50% off when you use the code NEW at checkout on Ravelry. Not your cup of tea? Use the code NEW on other patterns in my shop too!
New pattern: Little Hiker’s Pullover

New pattern: Little Hiker’s Pullover

A while back, I accidentally felted my 4-year-old daughter’s favorite sweater, her Little Hiker’s Cardigan. I know, I know, I should definitely know better. It had gotten balled up in a pile of muddy clothes, and being a distracted mom, I tossed them all in the 

Good Cheer

Good Cheer

I have a new pattern out this week! Good Cheer is an adult-sized hat, knit in Madelinetosh Farm Twist in “Hydroponic” and “Candlewick”. The pattern is 50% off for the first 3 days, no code needed. See it here. I used a simple tool to 

Stacia Bonnet

Stacia Bonnet

My new Bonnet pattern is now available on Ravelry. Stacia Bonnet uses less than 1/2 skein of Yarn Collective Pembroke Worsted in Bumblebee Jasper. You can take 50% off this or other patterns in my Ravelry store with the code SALE at checkout. All eligible patterns are listed here.

Sized from newborn – 4 years!

Skills needed: 3 needle bind off, knit, purl, centered double decrease (s2kp), yo, m1R, m1L, i-cord.

 

Bring on Fall: Agnes Cardigan

Bring on Fall: Agnes Cardigan

In 2011, I knit what would become a favorite sweater of mine. Agnes, in cozy Quince and Co Puffin is a classic top-down raglan pullover with a little something extra…contrast-lined pockets! At 3 sts an inch, it flies off the needles. The original Agnes pattern 

Elm Blanket

Elm Blanket

My new pattern in the Miss Babs fall collection is here and my Elm Blanket is in it! It uses one massive skein each of 2 colors of Killington for baby or lap blanket sizes. The pattern is $2 off until August 27th with the 

New patterns for kids and adults!

New patterns for kids and adults!

I’ve been a neglectful blogger, and 4 new patterns have come out since we last spoke! I’ve been busy trying to balance my time between this work that I need to do, and enjoying some time with my 4 and 6 year old daughters, as they’ll both be in school very soon.

These patterns, and the others in my Ravelry store, are 40% off until August 3rd, no code required. Eligible patterns are here.

Bean Cardigan is a top-down, round-yoke cardigan, sized from 6-12m to a child’s size 12. It uses 2-4 skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage in “Conference Call”

The Apex Pullover is also knit from the top-down, in Willow and Lark’s dk superwash, Ramble. The same stitch pattern makes a simple, but fun colorwork project, in the Apex Hat.

Finally, also in Ramble, the Windham Hat uses just knits and purls for lots of texture in a fun geometric pattern.

I have a few more patterns coming out this month, plus some new tutorials in the works. Check back soon! Thanks for being here!

 

 

 

New Pattern: Pines Cardigan

New Pattern: Pines Cardigan

When your handknit loving 3-year-old asks you to knit her a sweater, how can you say no? My daughter V spotted some dark blue Berroco Remix in my tiny stash and requested a “blue sweater with a little bit of buttons”, so I thought it’d