Original Knitting Patterns
Meet the Harvest Cowl, a simple but striking accessory that uses knit and purl stitches to create a geometric pattern. Long enough to wear doubled or as a single loop, Harvest is a pattern that's as easy to knit as it is to wear.
Meet the Hannigan Mitts, a cozy set of finger less mitts with an extra long cuff to fold down over your fingers.
St. Clare Shawl
Meet St. Clare, a generously sized triangle shawl. The shawl features an all over lace pattern with a simple eyelet border. Knit in The Fibre Co. Arranmore Light, St. Clare is a lightweight but warm piece that you'll be able to wear all year long.
Meet the Everley Cowl, a simple accessory for transitional weather. Everley features a deceptively simple mock rib pattern that's easy to memorize. This pattern features a bulky weight version and a worsted weight version. Knit it up in a neutral to go with everything or in a bright tone for a pop of color.
This collection of free patterns is designed especially for new knitters. Each one focuses on building basic skills and techniques while giving knitters a finished piece that's both beautiful and functional.
A warm, squishy garter stitch scarf to see you through the winter. This is a perfect pattern for brand new knitters who want to practice their knitting while making something practical. Penny is simple yet striking in a bold color with a fun fringe edging. | Download the pattern
A light, yet warm hat perfect for transitioning into the spring season. This hat features a wide, textured brim and a simple reverse stockinette body that lets the nubby texture of the yarn shine through. | Download the pattern
A simple, yet comfortable cowl that packs a colorful punch. Jane features a provisional crochet cast on, a simple color change, and a Kitchener Stitch join. This is a great pattern to add several more advanced techniques to your knitting tool box. | Download the pattern