Knitting Patterns

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Please click on the pattern name below for more details about that pattern.  All patterns have been test knit and technically edited.

Cinque Terre Cowl

Two wrap layeredThe Cinque Terre cowl is knit in the round and uses one skein of sock yarn, perfect for that single skein you can’t decide how to use. You can wear your cowl as a single looped long scarf, double looped as a casual mid-chest cowl or triple looped for a snugly neck warmer.

Cinque Terre Cowl – More Pattern Details

Cinque Terre Cowl – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

 

Florence Cathedral Cowl

CThe Florence Cathedral Cowl is knit in the round with a repeating lace pattern and beads. It uses one skein of sock yarn, perfect for that single skein you can’t decide how to use. You can wear your cowl double looped as a casual mid-chest cowl or triple looped for a snugly neck warmer. The stitch pattern is provided in a chart, as well as written out, and percentages of yarn used are also provided if you wish to modify the size of your cowl.

Florence Cathedral Cowl – More Pattern Details

Florence Cathedral Cowl – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

Sydney Fireworks Hat

017The Sydney Fireworks Hat is knit in the round with a repeating two color slipped stitch pattern. In total it uses less than one skein of worsted weight yarn, meaning you can get two hats out of two skeins if you swap main and contrasting colors. Knitting starts at the brim with elastic 2×2 ribbing then the body of the hat is worked with stripes of color and slipped stitches before decreasing in pattern towards the crown.

Sydney Fireworks Hat – More Pattern Details

Sydney Fireworks Hat – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

 

 

Grace Fryer Shawl

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The Grace Fryer Shawl is a semi-circular shawl knit flat with sections of repeating lace patterns.  It uses one skein of sock yarn, perfect for that single skein you can’t decide how to use.  The stitch patterns are provided in a chart, as well as written out, and percentages of yarn used are also provided if you wish to modify the size of your shawl.

Grace Fryer Shawl – More Pattern Details

Grace Fryer Shawl – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

 

 

Elizabeth Blackwell Stole

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The Elizabeth Blackwell Shawl is a rectangular shawl (frequently called a stole) knit flat with a scalloped border, a repeating lace pattern and beads. It uses 100 grams of lace yarn, creating a lightweight airy fabric perfect for summer nights. The stitch pattern is provided in a chart, as well as written out, and percentages of yarn used are also provided if you wish to modify the size of your shawl. Also included is a checklist version of the pattern that allows you to step line-by-line through the pattern, checking off rows as they are completed.

Elizabeth Blackwell Stole – More Pattern Details

Elizabeth Blackwell Stole – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

 

Landsford Canal Cowl

CloseupThe Landsford Canal Cowl is knit in the round with a repeating cable and lace pattern and beads.  It uses one skein of sock yarn, perfect for that single skein you can’t decide how to use.  You can wear your cowl double looped as a casual mid-chest cowl or triple looped for a snugly neck warmer. The stitch pattern is provided in a chart, as well as written out, and percentages of yarn used are also provided if you wish to modify the size of your cowl. Also included is a checklist version of the pattern.

Landsford Canal Cowl – More Pattern Details

Landsford Canal Cowl – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

Sybil Ludington Shawl

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The Sybil Ludington Shawl is a crescent shaped shawl knit flat with sections of mesh and lace, as well as two cable panels.  It uses two skeins of sock yarn to create a cozy shaped shawl that is perfect for chilly nights, The lace and cable patterns are provided in a chart, as well as written out, and percentages of yarn used are also provided if you wish to modify the size of your shawl.

Sybil Ludington Shawl – More Pattern Details

Sybil Ludington Shawl – Ravelry Page and/or Purchase

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