All the PDF patterns are yours to enjoy.
# 001 -Knitting Caddy Pattern
This knitting caddy is designed to fit over a 5 gallon bucket, that can be purchased at your local hardware store. It has a place for almost everything you will need while knitting or crocheting. There are also areas that you can alter to fit your special needs. This item is a great gift for any crafter.
# 002 – Stranded Knitting Bag Pattern
This stranded knitting bag is designed for the knitter who loves Fair Isle or Nordic knitting. It provides pockets for your colors, and keeps them in place when you have to leave it for a while. The bag opens up and lays on your lap, while you knit. The lap panel has compartments for all the various items you’ll need for your project. I love mine. In fact, I have several. I have even had people stop and ask me, “Where did you get that neat purse?” They are really surprised when I open it up and reveal my knitting project. It is also a great gift item.
# 003 – Mock Tyrolean Hat Pattern
The Mock Tyrolean Hat pattern offers serveral versions, tapered crown and flat crown ( above). The basic pattern is constructed with a 1 by 1 rib that is not stretched. This makes it a very warm winter hat. The brim can also be lowered in the back for those chilly winds.
The pattern includes written and illustrated instructions. this hat has an inserted visor that is made from a heavy plastic gallon bottle. However, you can purchase one if you deisre. The pattern for the visor is included.
# 004 – Ribbed Tyrolean Hat with Recessed Crown
This hat was great fun to make. The rib construction is shaped with three different size needles and the crown is designed with short row shaping. This hat also uses two weights of yarn- 3 ply wool, and fingering yarn. The lighter weight is used to knit the inside lining of the cap. It is very stylish and comfortable to wear. As in the pattern for the Mock Tyrolean hat, this one also has a visor insert.
# 005 – Double Knit Slipper Socks Pattern
This Double Knit Slipper Sock is warm and cozy as well as reversible. The pattern is well illustrated and provides a fun challenge for the experienced knitter. The sock is made of fingering yarn and size 1 and 2 needles. I also recommend having a handy 40 inch zero close by, as all the stitches around the inside edge remain alive( riding on my zero) to be ribbed later. Yes, it’s no a relaxed knit, but it is well worth the effort.
# 006 – Going to the Dogs Sock Pattern
This toe up pattern includes step instructions, giving you the pattern for a fitted left/right toe shaping, ribbed instep, short row heel, double knit picture panel, and instructions for an invisible bind off.
# 007 – Felted Double Knit Chess Board
There are two version of the Chess Board in this pattern, the large one measures about 19 inches square when felted, and the playing field block are approzimately 2 1/4 inches square. The smaller version (blue) measures 12 1/4 inches square, with its playing blocks measuring about 1 1/4 inch square.
The pattern comes complete with chart and instructions.
# 008 – Foot Glove
This sock pattern is designed to surround all of your toes in comfort. I call it the Foot Glove. Each toe is made separately then joined with the previous toe via the Kitchener Stitch. Once attached, each individual toe is then knitted in the round with the previous toe. After all five toes are connected, you will be set up to continue knitting your sock in the round using the Magic Loop method. It is a great way to use up your sock yarn stash.
The pattern includes 19 pages of detailed written instructions, pictures, illustrations. As always, any appropriate tutorials will be attach to your order.
# 009 – Tabi Sock Pattern
This Tabi sock pattern is constructed from Toe-up, using Magic Loop method. The pattern has detailed instructions, and illustrations, and will be accompanied by the necessary tutorials for your convenience. Once you have the concept, you can design your own Tabi’s, as plain or fancy as you like.
*I just updated this pattern using a new connecting toe fan for more comfort.
ls. The charts are set up on a gauge of 6 stitches and 9 rows to the inch, knitted with sports weight yarn. I have also included optional placement ideas for designing your own Ski sweater. These charts can also be used to create pillows, etc. You can also knit them up in fingering yarn, incorporating our cute little squirrel, or squirrels in the leg of a sock.
# 011 Quail in the Snow Motif/ Skaters Border
These motif’s can be applied to Ski sweaters, socks, vests, etc. The charts and instructions are included in the PDF pattern.
The above chart clip is a suggested placement using this motif set on the front of a sweater.