Fretful Sock Pattern – $3.00
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Shown with Phydeaux Designs Soie in “Sugar Plum”

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Spring Festival Scarf$3.00 
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Shown with Noro Sekku laceweight yarn:
Spring Festival Scarf Noro Sekku :: Spring Festival
For project notes and yarn information for the Spring Festival Scarf pictured above,
please see my Ravelry project page

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Leaf Lace Scarf II – $3.00
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Shown with Knit Picks Shadow Tonal laceweight yarn in “Gypsy”:
Leaf Lace Scarf II Leaf Lace Scarf II
For project notes and yarn information for the Leaf Lace Scarf II pictured above,
please see my Ravelry Project Page.

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Leaf Lace Scarf I – $3.00
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Shown with Malabrigo laceweight yarn in “Lettuce”:
Leaf Lace Scarf :: Complete Remember?
For project notes and information about the Leaf Lace Scarf pictured above,
please see my Ravelry Project Page

FREE Patterns

Peaks and Valleys ScarfFREE download (pdf)
Peaks & Valleys Scarf : 3

Drawstring Bag
Manos Drawstring Bag
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Basic Baby Beanie
Basic Baby Beanie
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Child’s Self Striping Hat
Self-striping hat
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14 thoughts on “Patterns”

  1. Hi!

    Your patterns are all beautiful. I just wanted to thank you for the charts noting the stitches to yarn per inch ratio in your striping hat pattern. I have never seen anything like that, it is fantastic! I am allergic to wool so I often have to adjust my gauge with patterns due to using fibers other than wool. The charts really helped save me time!!!!!

  2. Thank you for sharing such beautiful patterns. Could you provide sizing for the child’s small and x small self striping hat? I am knitting for a two and a half year old. She is on the tall side.
    Thanks, Jeanette

    1. Thank you, Jeanette! I suggest downloading the free pattern if you haven’t already — there’s a handy gauge chart on the second page of the pattern.

      1. Measure the intended recipient’s head.

      2. (Measurement) x (your gauge) = the number of stitches you cast on.

      If you want the pattern to work out correctly, make sure your cast on number is divisible by 8

  3. Hi,
    I came across your wonderful site today. I used to knit and have just recently returned back to it again after a long break. My 22 year old son loves wearing knitted hats and I have started knitting him them. I don’t actually like the way the crown is turning out with my decreasing and searched the internet for neater ways to do this and came across you site. Your knitting is so neat, even just the plain knitting and your decreasing on the grey hat is so lovely. Would you be kind enough to tell me if you decrease in a special way, as you obviously don’t knit 2 together or the knit one slip one method.
    Hope you can help me and kind regards,

  4. Hi I was just wondering what pattern you used to create trhe dragon scales effect and if you are willing to share it with a very keen knitting fashion student! :-)

  5. Hi, I discovered you via Pinterest. You do beautiful work! I was wondering if you sell the pattern for Charlie’s blanket. I’m an intermittent knitter who does photography – would love to use that pattern for some baby blankets. Thank you!


    1. Hi Peggy! Thanks for visiting me. I was stalled by some life events when I first began writing and charting the pattern for Charlie’s blanket. It is slightly beyond the halfway point and it still needs to be edited for clarity after that. My plan is to devote myself to finishing the pattern by mid-May (2012). If you’d like, I can send you a free “test” copy of the pattern prior to tech editing, if you would be willing to communicate with me about any unclear elements.

      Your photography is beautiful!

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