Many of our customers have requested patterns of some of the items we have on display in the shop. Shown here are the ones we have recently published. Many use our hand-dyed yarns, although substitutions can easily be made.
The patterns are available for sale in the shop and on Ravelry, and you can always contact us for more information.
The patterning in this scarf is created by using short rows. It is a great pattern to use for highlighting the colors of hand dyed yarns without creating any color blocking. The scarf shown here is in our Artemis yarn.
Kinser Ridge Scarf
This scarf uses a lace pattern of knit2tog and yarn overs on a diagonal in our hand-dyed brushed mohair. It’s soft and cuddly with a diagonal rib texture. This pattern is a great introduction to some of the techniques in lace knitting. The scarf here is in our hand-dyed Mohair.
Country Comfort Cowl
This cowl/infinity scarf uses a simple repeating lace pattern in a hand-dyed boucle yarn. It’s very soft and cuddly with a contrast color border. This pattern works well in one or two colors. The cowl shown is in our Black Oak Boucle yarn.
"Diamonds are Forever" Scarf
This scarf uses a lace pattern in a DK weight yarn to create a diamond design. The pattern repeats on each end to create a lacy look. the yarn shown here is a toned solid with some color variation.
Just for Fun Hats
These hats are knit in the round with two strands throughout. A solid color worsted weight yarn is used along with a fur yarn and a hand-dyed DK or sport weight yarn. Sizes can be changed slightly by using larger or smaller needles.
Off the Edge Scarf
The patterning in this scarf is created by casting on and binding off to create blocks which are then worn on the bias. The pattern repeat is easy once you get going and the scarf drapes and lengthens because of the bias. The scarf here is in our hand-dyed Shawnee Silk.