Knitted Surprise is wearable in a surprising number of styles! Wear it as a vest, an over shirt, a wrap, a scarf, or many other ways.
Faylinn’s wings are long, pointed, and full of the beautiful fall colors of the Rufous Hummingbird. Create your own with this knit pattern.
Diagonal knit patterns always catch my eye. So, when I needed a quick unisex hat, knitting it diagonally seemed like the right answer to me.
The Dragon Wing Cowl knit pattern uses my knit Jacob’s ladder technique to create fun ridges, and simple increases to give it shape. The trick is to make sure you use stitch markers, and to not drop the stitches until the pattern says to! This pattern was inspired by the way I draped the Dropped and Found scarf in one of the photos. I loved the look and wanted to make a cowl that had the same shape.
This Knit Holiday Star will help you deck your halls with merry and joy! Plus it’s super fun to decorate with trim and beads.
The Matrix Hat got its name for the falling knit stitches which remind me of the falling code in the Matrix movies.