I am so excited to finally release this pattern. This one was a labor of love for me, the first sweater I designed for both my boys. Little boys in intricately cabled sweaters are just adorable in my eyes. With two little boys at home I couldn’t resist designing a cabled sweater for them to wear. The cable patterns in both the front and back split and the cables wind around the collar. A braid winds down the outside of the sleeves. Named for Monomoy Island off of Cape Cod, Massachusetts where the twisting shoals twine like the cables on this sweater. Buy now via Ravelry Worked in Berocco Remix yarn – 30% Nylon, 27% Cotton, 24% Acrylic, 10% Silk, 9% Linen, 216 yards (198 meters) per skein, machine washable, pictured in Strawberry and Blue Denim Skills Required Pattern is worked bottom-up in the round and splits at the armholes to … Continue reading
Here’s a free pattern – a version of the dishcloths my great aunt used to make. This is a version of the dishcloths my great-aunt used to make. She had a masterful talent for crochet, but was also quite good at knitting. Materials: 1 ball Lily Sugar ‘n Cream – I use approximately 60% per dish cloth US Size 7 [4.5mm] needles Notes: I always use Lily Sugar ‘n Cream for dishcloths because that’s what my mom uses, but any kitchen cotton will do. Also, you can easily adjust this pattern to your particular gauge. Instructions: CO 2 sts. Kfb, k1 Kfb, k2 Repeat the following until you have 48 sts: K2, yo, knit to 1 bef end, k1 through the back loop* *you can do a simple k1 at the end of the increase rows, but knitting through the back loop will give you a cleaner edge Repeat the following … Continue reading
Here’s a new toddler sweater to share with you all. Made in a light-weight cotton, it can be worn as a layer in Spring and Fall, or as a jacket on cool summer evenings. It is classy enough to be worn on special occasions, yet casual enough to be paired with jeans on a cool day. This project was inspired by a client who hired me to design & knit a gift for a friend’s child. The friends were a wealthy NYC couple and the new baby would want for nothing, so my clients thought a hand-made gift would be a good choice. Thus this classic sweater was born. Available for purchase on Craftsy and Ravelry. 6sts x 8rows = 1 inch 2.5cm in Stockinette Stitch blocked loosely. 12m – 20” chest 50cm, 18m – 22” chest 55cm, 2T – 23” chest 58cm, 3T – 24” chest 61cm, 4T – … Continue reading
Meet our newest pattern, just in time for the holidays: our Christmas Cloche hat. Buy from Ravelry – Buy from Craftsy This Santa-themed hat that can be easily be knit up in a weekend. Worked in a small Feather & Fan pattern, this would be a great first lace project because all the stitches you need to know are knit, k2tog and yarn over. Also makes a great gift! Sizes: infant 21” [53.5 cm] (toddler/pre-schooler 24”[62cm], child 24” [62cm], adult 24” [62cm], large adult 28”[71cm]). Model is wearing toddler. Gauge 3.5” x .5” [8.8cm x 1.3cm] for one iteration of Feather & Fan Pattern Materials Needed • 20 yds [18m](25 yds [22.8m], 25 yds [22.8m], 25 yds [22.8m], 30yds [27m]) white Bernat Holiday Handicrafter; 98% cotton, 2% metallic thread • 52 yds [48m](90 yds [82m], 110 yds[100m], 130 yds [119m], 150 yds, [137m] )red Bernat Holiday Handicrafter; 98% cotton, … Continue reading
This is a super easy, super fast pattern. You can easily knit the smaller sizes in a day, the larger sizes in a weekend. With a gauge of 2.5 stitches per inch, you can see why! Knit in the round from the bottom up to the arm holes; the front and back panels are knit, then joined. Finally, you pick up and knit the sleeves – there isn’t even any seaming involved, it’s so easy! And the fuzzy yarn is super soft against baby’s sensitive skin. Has 6 sizes: Newborn, 3m, 6m, 12m, 18m and 24m Buy from Ravelry Buy from Craftsy
New pattern release! Inspired by the ebb and flow of the salt water marshes of Cape Cod near where my grandparents lived, this sleeveless shell is worked in Classic Elite’s Firefly. The linen makes it breath beautifully during summer months and the slight sheen of the yarn gives it a feminine look. You’ll knit this sleeveless shell surprisingly fast as, aside from the front cabled panel, the whole shirt is stockinette stitch. Buy on Ravelry Buy on Craftsy An empire waist helps this shell flatter any figure. Sizes small, medium and large are given with a finished size of 37, 39 and 41 inch (94, 99, 104 cm) at the bust and 33, 35, and 37 inch (84, 89, 94 cm) at the rib cage. The Cable pattern is charted and written out. This would make a great project for someone still unsure of their cabling abilities because there is … Continue reading
Worked in a tough cotton, these gloves are meant to be used then tossed in the washing machine. Inspired by my in-law’s need to take care of their horses mid-winter in Ocala, Florida (which gets surprisingly cold), yet maintain the ability to use their fingers in delicate maneuvers, these fingerless gloves have a cable to give them some pizazz but in their essence these are work gloves. Add to cart. Show cart. All knitting patterns are sold through Ravelry. Once payment is complete, your pattern will be emailed to you immediately. You do not have to be a Ravelry member to purchase through Ravelry, but we highly recommend it as it is a vibrant community of knitting and yarn enthusiasts.
My son needed new, warm socks for this frigid New England winter and I had trouble finding anything besides a warm weather thin sock for sale in local stores – so I decided to knit some for him. He even picked the “color” yarn! These are super easy socks and knit up very quickly. There’s nothing fancy. If you can knit, purl and decrease (k2tog/ssk) you can make these. Yes, you have to turn the heel but it’s all written out for you. The leg and cuff are a simple 2×2 ribbing so the sock won’t slip down the leg. Buy on Ravelry. Buy on Craftsy 7sts/inch gauge, pictured in Serenity Garden Yarn, Deborah Norville Collection, from Premier Yarns 100% Dralon Microfiber, color #800-04 “Gems” All knitting patterns are sold through Ravelry. Once payment is complete, your pattern will be emailed to you immediately. You do not have to be … Continue reading
The simple, paired cables and stockinette center make this handkerchief a quick gift to knit. Are you new to cables? Then this is a great quick project to practice on. Features two pairs of cables, one on either side of a stockinette center. This handkerchief is slightly larger than our other handkerchiefs in order to incorporate the paired cables. Finished size 10.5” x 10.5” 28cm x 28cm. Buy on Ravelry. Buy on Craftsy.com. All knitting patterns are sold through third party sites Ravelry & Craftsy. With Ravelry, once payment is complete your pattern will be emailed to you immediately; you do not have to be a Ravelry member to purchase through Ravelry, but we highly recommend it as it is a vibrant community of knitting and yarn enthusiasts. With Craftsy, once payment is confirmed you will have a download link available from your Craftsy account.
Here’s a brand-new pattern that you can easily complete in a weekend. It’s a lovely little handkerchief with a daisy-stitch border. Buy via Ravelry. Buy via Craftsy. Use a stretchy-plant-based yarn such as Queensland Collection’s Sugar Rush. The soft sugar cane viscose is stretchy enough to make the daisy stitch easy and also soft enough to make handkerchief usage practical. All knitting patterns are sold through third party sites Ravelry & Craftsy. With Ravelry, once payment is complete your pattern will be emailed to you immediately; you do not have to be a Ravelry member to purchase through Ravelry, but we highly recommend it as it is a vibrant community of knitting and yarn enthusiasts. With Craftsy, once payment is confirmed you will have a download link available from your Craftsy account.