Pattern Library

Welcome to my available patterns page!  

I have free patterns as well as some which there is a small charge for. Purchases are made through paypal, once you click the purchase link you will be brought through the paypal checkout process. Currencies will be converted at current market rates.

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Snowflake Cropped Cardigan

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A babies cardigan knit up in a sweet snowflake lace pattern with easy care cotton yarn. The cute cropped style is perfect for layering over spring and summer dresses, but you can easily knit a more traditional length if desired. Find out more


Elements Hat

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A helmet-style stranded hat knit in an earthy Lopi and lined for warmth and comfort. The elements of my British Columbia home are on display; starting at the ears and brim with water, moving to mountains, pines, wind, and the final decreases turn into sun rays. Not only does this hat remind you of the elements, it also protects you from them with its dual layers and intense cosiness. Find out more


Magical Gnome Hat

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A magical hat that changes sizes from baby to adult and yarns from dk to bulky! Cables keep the knit interesting and snug (and magically helps it grow with quickly growing heads!), while the fun silhouette adds the extra bit of whimsy that every self-respecting gnome deserves. Find out more


Anarchy Chart – free PDF available!

Anarchy Hat
A graphed anarchy symbol, shown here on a hat I knit. Slap this on whatever knit you want it on. Find out more


Aquaphobia Socks – free PDF available!

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A pattern designed to help with hand-dyed yarns that tend to pool. The slipped stitches help to break-up the visual lines and swirls and create a firm fabric. Baby cables up each side of the foot help add elasticity to the slipped-stitch pattern while the bottom of the sock is worked plain to reduce bulk on the sole of the foot. Find out more


Grey Cabled Socks – free PDF available!

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Adorable cabled socks that cuddle your feet in good old fashioned squishy-ness. A winter classic. Find out more


Light and Shadows Cowl – free PDF available!

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An easy and quick winter cowl knit with one hank of luscious Malabrigo. So easy it almost doesn’t need a pattern! The dropped stitch pattern creates an interesting blend of light and shadows, as well as showing off variegated yarns and helping to ease out pooling. Find out more


Thrummed Mittens – free PDF available!

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Thrummed mittens may be the warmest mittens on earth. The thrums make a soft fluffy lining on the inside that helps the mittens form to your hands and give you that extra bit of protection in especially cold climates. Find out more


Travelling Vine Scarf- free PDF available!

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Noro yarn is knit into a skinny scarf with a sweet travelling vine pattern. The green in this yarn inspired the stitch I chose, but I am sure it would look equally pretty with any Noro colours! Find out more