Patterns For Sale:

A winding cable cuts down the center back of this swingy oversized raglan cardigan. It is lightweight but warm, worked in reverse stockinette with stockinette borders. 
$7. Purchase here.
A wide cowl to cover décolletage.
Worked in a trio of stitch patterns; ribbed, garter diamonds, and double-moss, the cowl is fully reversible and available in single- or double-wrapped lengths.

$4. Purchase here.

Simple and a bit off-kilter.
An assymetrical scarf worked from tip to tip
with a picot edging. 

$4. Purchase here.
For the healing properties of flowers. Worked from the bottom-up with a two-color rib brim, colorwork, and a slight slouch.
$5. Purchase here.
Interlocking cables like woven fabric. Worked from the bottom-up.
$4. Purchase here. 
The looping, twisted cable is worked first.
Then the collar is picked up from one edge,
and the body is picked up from the second edge.
Toinn is worked from the top down and is seamless. 

$7. Purchase here.

Would it look good on Jamie? Or Frank?
A masculine cowl worked in the round over a knotted stitch. 

$4. Purchase here.

Loops and cables and bobbles like twists through time.
$4. Purchase here.

With the warmth of highland wool, but with a geometric pattern reminiscent of the skyscrapers back in 1940’s New York. Worked seamless from the top-down.
$7. Purchase here.

Inspired by the structured and fitted cardigans of the 1940’s. Complete with elbow-length bell sleeves, a peplum with garter stitch detail, garter stitch saddle shoulders, and a scooped neckline. The peplum increases at three points, and incorporated into garter stitch triangles located at the sides of the hips and the center back.
$7. Purchase here. 

Elfin Leaves. 
For something a bit whimsical, a pair of leafy earflaps expand up into the hat, and taper off into a nubby stem. Just the thing a little elf would wear.   $5.
Purchase Here.


Nova Slouch
The pattern calls for only about 50 yards of CC, so it’s a great way to use up any tiny bits of yarn you have leftover. It’s intended to fit loosely and comfortably on your head, though the colorwork around the brim makes it tight enough to stay on.  $5.                                                          Purchase Here.

Free Patterns:

 Maile Fully Grown
A grownup version of the Maile Sweater.  Because yay.
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Beeba said...

Love them all, thanks!!

bbrock said...

Just found your blog, love your projects! Thanks for sharing!