My Patterns

TIDES Cowl Buy Now $2.99
This is a very classic and timeless design.  I received a lot of positive feedback on this one.  Click here for more information on ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tides 


Cabled Head band (free)
This is a popular headband; a great pattern if you are new to cables.  You will also do the kitchener stitch, but could alternately seam the headband instead.  Check here for more information: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cabled-headband-14

Candle Flame Shawl Buy now ($5.50)
I received a lot of positive feed-back on the Candle Flame scarf and integrated the stitch in this shawl.  The shawl is knit sideways and has instructions on adding beads (optional).  The pattern also explains how to knit this shawl up in any weight yarn.  A lot of effort and love went into writing this pattern. Click here for more information:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/candle-flame-shawl-2

Candle Flame Scarf (free)
The Candle Flame scarf looks best in a yarn with some silky sheen.  The best about this stitch is that it looks beautiful on either side.  Here is more information: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/candle-flame-scarf-3


Headband with a bow (free)
This headband features a cute bow and is an easy knit.  Click here for more information and pattern download:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/headband-with-a-bow
OWL'S COWL     Buy now ($5.00)
I just love my owl sweater which I knitted up in a soft alpaca.  But with the wide neckline I was a little cold around my neck; so I designed this cowl for my owls.  As it is in two colors it looks like horizontal branches for my owls to perch on.  The cowl is seamed in a unique kitchener stitch for ribbing.  I wrote out step-by step instructions and explained the steps in a photo tutorial. The pattern also has instructions on how to knit a small owl, however for this you will need the owl sweater pattern as well.  This pattern does give you detailed instruction for the beautiful cowl.  Click here for additional information:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/owls-c-owl

Sean's Cowl (free)
This cowl was designed for one of the customer's at our LYS.  He wanted something which is wider around the shoulders and long enough to pull over the head.  It came out beautiful in a Blue Sky Alpaca and has become Sean's favorite.  Here is more information:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/seans-cowl

Knot Your Average Shrug
This really is not your average shrug.  This shrug is designed in a unique way.
The knot in the front is not too bulky and the shrug can be worn casually like a vest or 
with your elegant dress to keep your shoulders covered.  Check here for more information and more pictures:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/knot-your-average-shrug 
Buy now  ($5.00)

The simplest fingerless mitt you'll ever knit   
Giving beginner knitting classes, I noticed that there are not enough patterns for 
the knitter who wants to make something other than scarfs (the typical first project).  Here is a pattern for a simple fingerless mit knitted flat and then seamed.  Check out this link: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-simplest-fingerless-mitts-youll-ever-make
Buy now ($1.50)
Buy Now ($1.50)
                                                      The simplest hat you will ever make 
I wrote the pattern for this hat for pretty much the same reason as the pattern for the fingerless mitts.  This is a good pattern for your first hat.  It is knitted flat and then seamed,  Due to the ribbing you won't notice the seam :) Also, since this is knitted in a bulky weight yarn, you will have your hat finished in no time at all and will be knitting more for the whole family.  Here is more information:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-simplest-hat-youll-ever-make

Gossamer Flower power (free)
This pretty yarn was just asking to be knitted up into a summery scarf (or belt).  Check out which yarn was used and see more pictures by following this link:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gossamer-flower-power


Simple Bottle Cozy (free)
This pattern came about when I noticed how much water was being thrown out simply because we could not remember which bottle belonged to whom.  A simple and pretty solution and added bonus:  you get to use up some left over yarn.
Follow this link for more information and the pattern:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/simple-bottle-cozy


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Learn-To-Knit Pillow Cover  
This pattern takes you through four simple stitches (Garter, Stockinette, Eyelet and Cables).  In the end you are left with a pretty pillow cover.  This can easily be your first project.
For more information click here:  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/learn--to--knit-pillow-cover


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