Patterns For Sale

The Perfect Crop Top
This simple pattern gives you the tools to create the crop top of your dreams. The “standard” written pattern is given in both top down and bottom up constructions, with the main body in plain stockinette and the edgings in twisted rib.
There are also instructions for the following modifications so you can make your TPCT perfect for you:
¾ length sleeves
centre front decreases
blank charts for your own cables, lace, or colourwork design

Sizes: 27.5 (32.5, 37, 41, 44) 48.5, 52.5, 57.5, 61” / 70 (82.5, 94, 104, 112) 123, 133, 146, 155 cm
TPCT is designed to have approximately 2” / 5 cm of negative ease.

Cherry Pie
Cherry Pie is a long-sleeved, colorwork-yoked sweater with a zippered front. This pattern is designed to be comfortable and interesting to knit, with shaping happening both on the front and back of the sweater. Twisted rib edgings create textural interest, as well as the radiating decreases across the yoke.
This pattern is a part of the upcoming book, Great Northern!
Great Northern will be published in October 2016.
Sizes: 32 (36, 40, 44, 48) [52, 56, 60, 64]. To be worn with 2 ” positive ease

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Northern Hat
Featured in the Winter 2015 issue of Knitscene, Northern has two colors of chevrons that adorn the top of this hat, while the deep ribbing means it will stay snug on your head and keep your ears warm! Knit flat to accommodate the intarsia charts, this hat works up quickly in worsted-weight yarn.
Sizes:  19 (21, 23)" head circumference
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An oversized, comfy cape with a swing coat shape and decorative cables, Harris will turn heads every time you wear it. Perfect for Fall walks and Winter outings, this unique garment will see you through all cold weather days - in style!
Sizes: 41 (43, 45.5, 48.5, 54.5, 56, 59.5, 63)” finished bust measurement; garment is meant to be worn with between 5” to 7” of positive ease.
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Beach House
I love light layers for the hot weather, and Beach House is perfect for that! Its positive ease and mesh means it’s breezy and great for pairing with a pretty sundress, strappy top, or even swimwear. This knit is quick, takes up very little yarn, and is SO MUCH fun! It keeps you on your toes with short rows, pleats, and some shoulder grafting. This seamless bottom-up design dips in the back and curves up in the front to hit at your natural waist. Select the size that is 3” larger than your actual bust measurement.
Sizes: 32 (36.5, 40, 43.5, 48, 52, 55.5)” bust/chest circumference
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Heitor is a play in garter, stockinette, and short rows. This lightweight cowl is perfect for layering, and is large enough to wear as a hood. Short row garter titch sections are stacked to create interest in this otherwise simple in-the-round knit.
One size; 21.5” / 54.5 cm long and 30” / 76 cm circumference

It’s a headband! It’s earwarmers! It’s a cowl! It’s a bunch of accessories in one! Leeto is fantastic for its adaptability, wearability, portability, and general ability to show off a couple different, beautifully coloured yarns. Especially pretty is pairing a solid and a variegated! The sturdy linen stitch makes it easy to flip over and manipulate the fabric into shapes, making it an indispensable accessory for layering in the colder months.
One size; 8” / 20.5 cm tall and 22” / 56 cm circumference

Simple and quick, Chevvy is a near-instant gratification project for your favourite bulky yarn. The openwork and pointed edges are very easy to work, adding dynamism and a fun look to this accessory. Worked sideways, this scarf is knit up in no time!
One Size: 60” / 152.5 cm long and 10” / 25.5 cm wide
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Vana Shrug
Lace edges are worked before the body of this breezy cardigan with raglan shaping. Perfectly suited for any spring day, rain or shine.
Sizes: 12¼ (13, 14, 15¾, 17½, 20¼)” upper arm circumference and 15¾ (16¼, 18, 18, 19, 19)” back width, from center of underarm to center of underarm Published in Knitscene Spring 2015
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Linsey Woolsey
This warm, wooly bonnet is worked in all over linen stitch, giving this knit great,, sturdy structure. It’ll stand up to the cold winds of winter!
Tassels at the end of each tie and the top of the hat add a cute detail; the dense fabric is easily folded, so the short rows at the front can be flipped back for an extra-layer of coverage and different look.
Sizes: Fits adult head, 20-22” / 51-56 cm circumference.

Draperie is the comfort of knitting and wearing garter stitch. The stretchy, squishy feel of the texture provides a fabric that drapes and wraps around your body wonderfully. The perfect item to casually throw on for extra warmth, Draperie can be worn with either side as the top; converting the piece from a cardigan to a more shrug-like piece instantly!
Sizes: 39 (43, 46)” / 99 (109, 117) cm

© Knit Picks
Fawned is a wide and warm scarf with a meandering cable surrounded by swaths of seed stitch. Pom Poms on each end add whimsy to warmth.You’ll love knitting and wearing this scarf throughout the cold weather months.
One Size: 11" x 53"
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Geo Delight
Geo Delight combines colourwork, interesting shape, and mesh lace texture to create a cozy, oversized cardigan. You’ll love this design because and it can be both casual and a bit dressy, it’s something you can easily throw on over your outfit for some extra warmth, and it uses several different knitting techniques to keep you on your toes and produce a stunning FO.
36 (41, 45, 48.5, 53, 55, 59.5)” bust/chest circumference.
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© Knit Picks
The beauty of Estivate is that it can be worn two ways: as a scarf or bolero. A pretty accessory to a summer dress, or a companion at the campfire, this knit is sure to come in handy on many occasions.
S (M, L, XL): 43 (50, 59, 69.25) bottom opening circumference; garment is meant to be worn with approximately 8” of positive ease.
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Rock Quarry
The Rock Quarry Stole features dense linen stitch and a heavily bobbled edging, all worked in an airy, woolen-spun Aran weight.
Published in Interweave Knits Fall 2014
One Size; 15" wide at centre and 52" long

What's Your Sign
Need a quick, fun, personalized gift for a friend, family member, or yourself? What’s Your Sign lets you practice your duplicate stitching while creating finished object that you can gift or show off on your own comfy couch at home. Cause who doesn’t know what their sign is? Stitch on those constellations and use up some of your scrap bits of starry yellow and constellation-connecting white!

This pillow uses a modest amount of the secondary colours for the stars and constellation “lines”. While each constellation uses a slightly different amount of the secondary colours yellow and white, no matter which you choose to make you should be safe with about 15 yards of each colour.
Fits a standard 18x18" square throw pillow.
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Calamus Hat
Calamus is a light and airy hat, with lacy yarn overs tracing down along the length and culminating in mock feathers that sit decoratively, framing your face. A delicate warm-to-cool-weather hat.
Published in Knitscene Accessories 2014.
20" and 22" circumference

Hawt Sands
Hawt Sands is for warm-weather fun! A totally cute tunic-length vest, this knit can be paired with shorts or jeans for a casual summertime stroll, or work as a bathing suit coverup for lounging around your favourite swimming locale. Knit flat, this hooded piece is a relaxing knit with flattering shaping and adorable wave and seahorse intarsia detail to adorn your waist. Whether poolside, lakeside, seaside, or streetside, Hawt Sands makes a great addition to your wardrobe!

Hawt Sands is designed to fit with 0” of ease. Please choose the size which is closest to your actual bust measurement.
29 (33, 37, 41, 45, 49, 53, 57)” bust/chest circumference. Top shown in 33″ in Knit Picks yarn and in size 37″ in Skeinny Dipping Yarns.
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Delicate lace hugs around the shoulders of Thrysos, a seamless, top-down yoked blouse.
This pattern cascades gracefully from the base of the yoke towards the gently rounded bottom edge. It features a flattering crew neckline and generous 3” of positive ease which make it a comfortable and sweetly feminine knit.
Garment is meant to be worn with approximately 3” of positive ease. 
33.5 (37.5, 41.5, 45.5, 49.5, 53.5, 57.5, 61.5)” finished bust measurement.
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A simple, fun, and very versatile knit, Indio will carry you through all the seasons as a multi-use accessory. Published in Knitscene Summer 2014.
One size


Drift's Ridge
From the Hinterland: Winter collection, Drift’s Ridge was inspired by the look and feel of deep winter. Heaps of snow sculpted by harsh winds are tamed into soft, regular scallops; the chill of the season is kept away with a finely-gauged sweater knit in a cozy fibre. This is a knit that you can layer, one that extends down past your wrists into long sleeves and over your hips in a near tunic-length.

Knit from the top down in one piece, Drift’s Ridge features a seamless construction, simple colourwork and long sleeves.
29 (33, 35.5, 42, 46, 50, 54.5, 59)” / 73.5 (84, 90, 106.5, 117, 127, 138.5, 150) cm


From the Hinterland: Winter collection. The critters of the forest might be hibernating, but there’s no reason you have to! These legwarmers can keep you extra cozy whether you’re indoors or out exploring the snow banks this winter. A relaxing knit and purl textured stitch is easily memorized, making this a quick and soothing knit. The I cord and pom poms add a bit of bounce and fun to Hibernation, with the added benefit of a snug fit. Easily adjust the length by adding repeats of the delightfully simple Chevron Texture Stitch.

11.5” (14.5)” / 29 (37) cm circumference unstretched

Winter Coronet
From the Hinterland: Winter collection. Part cowl part hood, Winter Coronet keeps you warm while outside in the winter. Worn up, thebeautiful interwoven cables are snug around your ears, acting as graceful earwarmers while also keeping the wind from sneaking down your neck.  Worn down, the hood adds plenty of extra fabric around your neck and shoulders; much appreciated when the temperatures drop!
Knit from the top down, Winter Coronet is a seamless design featuring short rows, cables, and gentle increases at the crown for a voluminous hood to warm you this winter! Sizes:
One size

Hinterland: Autumn


From the Hinterland: Autumn collection, there’s nothing better than a hooded sweater in the autumn!  Paridae is a comfortable, cozy sweater that wraps you in warmth, with sleeves long enough to pull over your fingers when sipping that hot apple cider, and a hood generous enough to keep your head and shoulders warm without the dreaded hat-hair. 
Knit from the bottom up, the sleeves are attached at the yoke, with decreases leading up to the hood making this a practically seamless sweater!

Soft Rime
From the Hinterland: Autumn collection, bonnets are cute, quick, comfy, and universally flattering. Wearing Soft Rime will keep your head and ears warm on your autumn walks. Tie up the laces for an extra bit of warmth when the winds start to blow! 
Knit in one piece from the ties up, Soft Rime uses short rows, simple texture, and grafting to finish off this seamless knit.

Rustling Ruffles
From the Hinterland: Autumn collection, Rustling Ruffles will accompany you on all your beautiful walks this autumn! The chill in the air won’t nip at your fingertips as you stroll, the last bits of sun filtering through the last leaves on the trees, and the rest crunching pleasantly underfoot.
Simple increases and decreases create rows of ruffles, and a flip-top to the mitts mean that you can have your fingers free at a moment’s notice! The cuff extends several inches up your arm, ensuring that there won’t be any chill getting between your jacket and mitts.
Dendrochronology is a versatile and delicately geometric, yet feminine cardigan. Knit in DK weight Capra, the fiber content and weight allows for a beautiful drape, creating cascades down the front panels in a simple shape. The front panels are long enough to drape over your shoulders, or even tie behind your back. It can also be styled with a shawl pin, and worn with both formal and informal wear.
Thick Chill is an extreme knit; designed with large gauge, this cowl can stand up to the chilliest winds that Fall can whip! Holding two strands of Wool of the Andes Bulky at once, the use of large needles creates an accessory that is both a quick knit and an attractive, functional piece.
Simple in its appearance, Thick Chill utilizes short rows along the top of the hood to create a head-hugging curve, and decreases at the bottom of the cowl, keeping the edge slightly closer to the
neck to prevent breezes sneaking up underneath.

Hinterland: Summer

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From the Hinterland: Summer collection, the Killdeer Cardigan is for light, bright, breezy summertime walks through the woods. Just enough to keep the sun off your back, the top-down yoked shape dips out gracefully towards softly ruffled sleeve caps, and descends down, with two pockets for comfort and found treasures.
Graceful ties in the front can keep it closed and closer to your body, or open and breezy.

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From the Hinterland: Summer collection, Ontario Skies is a graceful summer wardrobe staple. The adjustable straps allow you to wear it in a number of ways, and make it very easy to adjust the size to the wearer.
An otherwise continuous stream of stockinette is made challenging by the insertion of a pleat on the back, short rows to form the bust, and short rows along the bottom edge for just-that-bit of extra coverage on your back.

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From the Hinterland: Summer collection, Raccoon’s Home Range is an adaptable and highly useful knit for your summer spent outdoors. Roll it up and tie it securely for carrying or use as a pillow for staring at the clouds; unfurl and use as a cozy picnic blanket for two; or wrap around yourself (or snuggle close to someone else) around a chilly evening campfire.

Lucania is the perfect cabled addition to your sleeveless sweater wardrobe. Great for layering, this seamless knit features a bottom-up, in-the-round construction and simple textural complements to the diamond-shaped cable repeats. The neckline and sleeve caps are picked up after the body is complete.

This batwing sweater is made for fun! A side-to-side construction and easy to memorize lace pattern mean this piece is a great spring or summertime knit. Work on it in the sunshine, wear it in the warmth! Great as a layered piece over a strappy top or dress, and even great as a swimsuit cover-up at the beach, you can lounge in style with Lady Bat!

Create a dramatic look with this eye-catching and versatile knit. Wearable in any season and for any reason, Knight Service can carry you through a glitzy New Year’s Eve party in chilly January, a wedding reception in sunny June, an every-day-work-day in mild September, and even a dress-up-this-t-shirt-and-jeans outfit for popping out to do some shopping any time! The large beads and easy-to-work with gauge make this a quick project, despite its intricate, time-consuming looks. Make this adaptable, statement-making piece part of your permanent, year-round wardrobe!

You don’t have to say good bye to lace in the cold weather! Thistle Garden will keep you warm and satisfy your desire for lace at the same time.
Nearly seamless, the top down raglan design skims your body with waist shaping and 0 ease.
This pattern features both written and charted instructions for the lace.

Walk in the Leaves are inspired by the best of seasons: autumn.
It was autumn when I went to the SPCA, and fell for the sweet, elderly dog Ellie.
Ellie lives at my parents’ place, out in the country; she’s a very happy dog who is sweet, intelligent, and enriches our lives. It was the many beautiful, crisp-autumn-day walks that I thought of while designing these little lacy legwarmers.

If it weren’t for the local SPCA, she could have still been a stray dog, or perhaps even worse.
All proceeds from Walk in the Leaves will be donated to the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA. I (and all the critters!) thank you for your support.

historiographies, cultural manifestations,
and the knits they've inspired

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Individual Patterns from Ghosts

Feathers is a delicate lace scarf that can see you through the spring, autumn and winter.
Incorporating symbolic, knitterly representations of “feathers”, this sweet little knit can be worn for warmth and for fashion.
Wrap it around your neck, draped over one shoulder, or simply fasten it with a pin. This piece and its unique shape make it more than your average scarf.
The finished scarf is 36” long and 3.5” wide through most of the length.

Inspired by the mysterious lights often associated with ghosts cross-culturally, Hitodama make use of the dense linen stitch to give them extra warmth. The beautiful, hopeful, dancing blue flame decorates the back of the left mitt, creating an asymmetrical look for this cold-weather accessory.Size S/M - M/L 
Mitts are 13.5” long and 8” (9”) around. 

Galoshans is an oversized, drop-sleeved sweater which utilizes fingering weight yarn and large needles to create a loose, lacy look.
Imagine yourself on a chilly autumn day, wrapped in the warmth of a close-fitting shawl collared sweater, draped in the lovely airiness of a lacy pullover.
With this comfortable knit, you’ll be ready for a relaxed evening of autumn time fun.
Worked from the bottom up, this simple sweater is the perfect item to throw on over your favourite t shirt for an extra layer of warmth.
Sizes S - M - L
This garment is extremely loose fitting. It was designed based on the CYC standards, using a 35” bust as a guide for size S, a 42” for M and 53” for L.


Rites is a simple knit with versatility.
Wear it draped around your shoulders, wrapped around your neck like a scarf, or sitting beautifully at the front, showing off the ripples and dropped stitches like a cowl.
This piece is both a functional and fashionable cool-weather wardrobe staple.
This scarf is designed to wrap around your neck in a semi-circular shape. The widest part of the scarf is 4.5”.

Progression is a simple garter stitch shawl which features short rows to create soft ripples across the three coloured yarns employed.
Wear it around your shoulders and secured with a pin, or tied in the back for a look that’s more cowl than shawlette. Progression will see you through the autumn and winter months as a versatile, staple accessory piece in your wardrobe.
This knit is cast on with a garter stitch tab and worked from the top-centre outwards.
32” wide and 15” long (at longest point)

Keep your head warm this autumn with this asymmetrically cabled hat. Knit from the top down, using an Eastern/Turkish method cast on. The cables extend from the crown and meander down through one ear flap, creating an interesting, asymmetrical design.
One size, Adult Woman’s head (approx. 21”) 

Inspired by the often subtly uncanny features of ghosts, these socks feature lovely twisted cables that cross and dance over the top of the foot and leg. 
They trace all the way up to the cuff, where they integrate with the twisted ribbing which finishes off the pattern.
The Uncanny are toe-up, using the Eastern/Turkish Method cast on and short row heels.
Woman’s shoe size 6, with instructions for altering the sock size.

Athenodorus is part of the ebook Ghosts: historiographies, cultural manifestations, and the knits they’ve inspired.
In a bit of knitterly magic, fingering weight yarn seems to transform to a bulky weight in this dramatic skirt.
The ribbon at the waist cinches the skirt in, keeping it in place functionally and fashionably. A whimsical garment, this piece will keep you warm through the autumn and winter months.
Wear it with a thinner ribbon, or insert an invisible elastic for a less dramatic look.
This knit includes a turned hem waist, which encloses a wide ribbon for cinching, and features four different yarn weights and gauges. The skirt transforms from a delicate, fingering-weight skirt at the waist to a substantial, lofty bulky weight at the bottom.
Because of the great changes in needle size, it is recommended that you have interchangeable needles.
Sizes XS - XXXL (based on your waist measurement)
XS = 24”
S = 27”
M = 30”
L = 34”
XL = 38”
XXL = 42”
XXXL = 45”

Calavera Catrina
Go for a stroll and keep your head warm in this adorable, whimsical, pretty little knit.
Requiring only one hank of madelintosh Vintage, Calavera Catrina is a fantastic way to spoil yourself with gorgeous yarn.
Five separately knit and stitched on flowers decorate the top of the bonnet, creating interesting texture and 3-D elements.
A turned hem along the brim and synched ruching along the back make this a uniquely detailed knit.
Fits Woman’s head, circumference approx. 21”

This cowl was inspired by the Spiritualist mediums of the Victorian era.
Autumn winds are chased away with the versatility of Ectoplasm. This versatile, cold-weather wardrobe staple was designed to convert from a cowl to a hood in seconds.
Ectoplasm is an easy knit, which features short rows and simple twisted stitch details to add shape and interest to this functional and uniquely fashionable accessory.
The finished cowl is 16” tall, 17” long at the widest point and has an opening of 24”.

Ribbons dance around the yoke of this whimsical lace and stockinette hooded cardigan.
The numerous ribbon rows allow you to wear this cardigan in many ways: open, with ribbons streaming. Closed at the neck, with one lovely bow tied. Choose a wider ribbon in a contrasting colour for a more dramatic effect.
Or, use no ribbon at all and wear it open, perhaps with a pin.
Utukku is an almost entirely seamless knit, worked from the top of the hood down. It is knit flat, save for the sleeves which are in the round.
S/M - M/L - L/XL
Because this cloak is very open and loose in the front, the bust measurement is of less importance to the size of this garment than the upper arm circumference.

December YearLong YarnSong ebook

From the December issue of YearLong YarnSong, Solstice Stag is a warm, beautiful, long-sleeved and cowled sweater. With a staghorn cable running along both arms and sides of the pullover, it creates a very sexy silhouette.
Constructed from the top down, this is a seamless, in the round knit.

From the December issue of YearLong YarnSong, Home Glow are a textured pair of mitts, with a simple cable detail running up the edges. Keep warm this December with hand-wrapping moss stitch!

From the December issue of YearLong YarnSong, A very versatile piece, Berries and Sugar and Joy can be a wrap, a cape, a hood, a shawlette and a scarf. All in one!
Grab a cute pin and fasten it to accessorize a dressy outfit.
Flip it over your shoulder, or wrap it over your head, to keep the cold winter wind at bay.

From the December issue of YearLong YarnSong, For Candles is a versatile, simple knit. Wearable as a long cowl, close neck warmer, and even ear warmer, a basic moss stitch shows off your lovely yarn to perfection!

NovemberYearLong YarnSong ebook

From the November issue of YearLong YarnSong, To the Ground are a pair of over-the-knee legwarmers with a delightful bit of slouch at the bottom.
Beautiful yarn is shown off wonderfully with this simple 2-stripe repeat.
Sizing: there aren’t any standard sizes for legs/legwarmers, so this pattern contains two sizes. Everyone has different legs! I’m very happy to help anyone change up sizing if necessary.

From the November issue of YearLong YarnSong, Garden Cover is a warm, simple shift dress that is universally flattering and available in a varying size range.
Listed are sizes S-XL; this in fact covers the CYC standards for sizing from XS up to XXXL. Due to the oversized fit of the dress, each size range is covered under these four sizes.

From the November issue of YearLong YarnSong, Spiced Heads and Dead Leaves is a slouchy lace toque. Worked entirely in a Fir Cone Lace pattern, this hat has a subtle loveliness that’ll make a breezy November day just that bit warmer!

From the November issue of YearLong YarnSong, Season’s End is a colourwork yoked mini sweater. This piece is just the right size to use up some extra, lovely yarn you have left from another project. For an adding bit of warmth on an increasingly chilly November, Season’s End will serve the purpose well!

October YearLong YarnSong ebook

From the October edition of YearLong YarnSong, A quick knit with bulky yarn, this shrug has a large ruffled collar and sleeves.

From the October edition of YearLong YarnSong, this knit is a pretty and practical piece to add to your wardrobe. A shrug with style, this garment includes a deep hood with gathers along the upper edges, a picot hem, short sleeves and a front closure clasp.

From the October edition of YearLong YarnSong, Eidolon is a long sleeved, historically inspired gothic fancy, this sweater has unique details such as a peplum, buttoned lace cuffs, ruffled neckline and three-button keyhole closure at the back of the neck.

September YearLong YarnSong ebook

From the September edition of YearLong YarnSong, Dancing Fields is a beautiful, simple pair of armwarmers. A provisional cast on leaves no seam to be seen, and dense ruffles add interest to this lovely accessory.

From the September edition of YearLong YarnSong, Corn Moon is a short and sweet little pair of fingerless gloves. The twist to these? They have a corn-inspired “husk”, wrapping partway around each hand.

From the September edition of YearLong YarnSong, Mead Harvest is a long cardigan, great for layering and fantastic with a great belt! Ruffled sleeves and bust create an interesting shape to this otherwise basic wardrobe staple.

From the September edition of YearLong YarnSong, Autumnal Flight is a light, airy and unique beaded shawl. With eyelets arranged to create the illusion of feathers, this lacy wing is a beautiful addition to your shawl collection!

Inspired by a gift from a good friend, Amie Mitts are a long-cuffed, lightweight, versatile accessory that will carry you through Autumn, Spring and Winter. They can be worn pulled up over your arms, or scrunched down around your wrists to keep the cold wind out of your cuffs. Wear them with your friends in mind!

Inspired by the striking vertical beauty of Gothic architecture, White Horse Hill is a delicate laced wrap, perfect for chasing away the chill of a hilltop breeze.

Dolce far Niente is a fun, flirty and nearly seamless knit. Its off-the-shoulder neckline and cropped length make it perfect for layering. This multi-seasonal garment will see you through snowy depths of winter, chilly summer nights and crisp autumn days.

Published in the book Brave New Knits, Milk Maiden is a body-hugging pullover, inspired by an etching by 16th century artist Lucas van Leyden.  The bust features ribbing topped by a pretty, delicate leaf edging.

Autumn Little Seasonals ebook

Part of the Autumn edition of Little Seasonals, this pattern is knit in the round, knee-high, and adds interest with a set of decorative turret edgings stitched on to one half of the legwarmer.  Wear it to the side , front or back!  A cute addition to your autumn wardrobe.

This scarf is the second pattern from the Autumn Little Seasonals ebook.  The same turret edging used in the legwarmers is also employed in this scarf.  Eyelets are created as you knit, and ribbon then threaded through in order to give the wearer the ability to synch the scarf up tight, or wear it long.

Summer Little Seasonals ebook

One of two patterns published in the Summer edition of Little Seasonals, this cotton beach wrap uses a simple mesh stitch throughout.  Based on the ruffled prettiness of a ballet wrap, this pattern is a great knit for those hot months.

Made to match the Beach Bailado wrap, the Footies utilize the same mesh stitch as their wrap cousin.  A simple triangle shape (with loop for your toe) sits atop your foot. Ties along the upper edge wrap the footie around your ankle.

Spring Little Seasonals ebook

Knit in sock weight, this pretty and light shrug appears very simple from the front, but turn around and see the cabled wings featured on the back. This pattern is published in the Spring edition of the Little Seasonals ebook.

Made to match the Frühling Wing Shrug, these cute little mitts each have a wing cabled atop your hand.

Free Patterns

This dishcloth features garter ridges with “outlines” of stockinette to create a reversible fabric that gives the look of a pumpkin from both sides.

Want a simple toque with an awesome pom pom? Look no further! Pretty Gallopavo makes use of a good worsted weight yarn and gives you a nicely cabled hat that will keep your ears warm and your head fashionable.

A very simple cowl, this pattern is knit with yarn spun by a good friend.

MidWinter Wanderer is a wonderfully versatile, wearable and chic cowl/hood. It can be easily paired with outerwear to keep the wind and snow at bay, as well as draped artfully around your shoulders as an indoor capelet/poncho accessory.

Nom de Plume are a set of intarsia armwarmers and legwarmers, knit flat and seamed at the end to create a whimsical, feathery way to keep your limbs nice and toasty.

Inspired by the beauty of falling leaves, this laced-up cowl features three (or however many you'd like to knit!) knit maple leaves which float beautifully from ribbons.

Summer nights can be breezy, even around the campfire! Bonfire Briar is a simple yet effective warm hug from a bulky spun wool yarn.

A good, basic set of armwarmers, this knit-in-the-round pair will keep your limbs good and toasty.  The herringbone colourwork adds an extra layer of yarn, while looking fantastically fashionable!

This is a set of “pattern notes” that you can use to guide you towards creating your very own Sexy Vesty! It’s only “sized” for one (that’s approximately a 35” bust).

A hoodie with a youthful edge, Corona is comfy, cozy and sexy all in one. A virtually seamless design creates a less fuss knit.

Inspired by the character Luna Lovegood, this dk weight, short cardigan is amazingly versatile and comfortable.
Note: these are pattern notes - not a thorough pattern.

This fluttery-sleeved pattern is only sized for one size (approximately 35-38" bust).

Spurred on by my inability to find a good argyle sweater, Le Lapin Noir was created with retro sweater-girl inspiration.

This pattern was designed especially for this yarn - the garter rib shows off the lovely sheen of the silk and highlights your bustline! Inspiration for this garment shape came from 18th century fashion.

Inspired by my own dastardly feathered yellow-bellies, this sweater is fun, sexy, sweet and delightful to wear next to your skin!

This pattern was hatched from my love of Jane Austen and the very-small gauged. With a light and airy feel, this ‘spencer’ is highly wearable. Knitters: be forewarned. The little scalloped edging is crocheted.