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We love to knit and this love stems from two parts of the knitting experience. The first is being able to craft beautiful pieces for people to use, share, or admire. It makes you feel great to see someone enjoying your knitted item or bragging to a friend “this was handmade.” Second, being creative and imagining our own designs is so much fun. Knitting is a great way to express yourself as you get artistic and creative even if you don’t necessarily have a knack for the ‘traditional’ art forms.  Below you will find Pdf links to all our patterns and as we create more we’ll make them available to you!

Janie’s Skinny Scarf Pattern

A fun, flirty skinny scarf pattern L created for her mom last winter.

*Note: The pattern currently ends the scarf after a stretch of mostly stockinette. Another option is to end the scarf pattern after the cables (it does create a more finished looking product and I would encourage you to add this note in your pattern! Sorry everyone, this was my first pattern. I’m still learning :-P).

To do this knit rows 5-18 only and then the four rows of K1, P1 ribbing before binding off.

Nearly Socks Pattern

Some light, summery open-toe socks that use a similar technique to fingerless gloves to create the thong.

These were fun to make and even more fun to wear! This was a cool pattern to create and I really like the way the pillars came out on the very top of the sock.

Shows off that beautiful pedicure while still keeping your feet warm.

Madeline’s Cable Mockery Pattern

A beret that has the illusion of cables, no cable needle required.

This pattern is simple, based largely on the eyelet mock cable design with a quick decreased to get the slouchy effect.

A really nice design for someone who has been honing their knit and purl stitches and is ready to try some new techniques.

Never Fail Quail Cap Pattern

A cute beanie hat with some twists to add texture and style. This hat is comfy and warm with the right kind of yarn and quick to knit up, based largely on the quail pattern from the book Vogue Knitting Stitchionary: Cables.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 10, 2011 10:51 am

    Hi, I love your nearly sock pattern! I was wondering if I wanted only half of it, (lol) how many would I cast on. I don’t want the heel, just half way up from the toes. I appreciate your help. Blessings

    • February 10, 2011 12:04 pm

      Hi There! Great question. To knit only half the sock (if I understand correctly, it would now be a little tube for your foot) I would cast on 60 stitches. The stitches will be distributed as such: Needle 1 (15) Needle 2 (30) Needle 3 (15).

      Knit all stitches on Needles 1 and 3 while knitting the pattern on Needle 2.
      (Needle 2 pattern: Round 1 – K1, *yo, slip 1, k2, psso both knit sts, *Repeat to last 2 sts, k2; Round 2 – Knit all sts)

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