All of my patterns on Ravelry are 20% off!
I hope you’re having a wonderful holiday season filled with great knitting! Finished your holiday knitting and want to knit something for yourself? Or maybe you were gifted some yarn and are looking for new patterns? Through the end of December, all of my patterns are 20% off on Ravelry! Go ahead, treat yourself!
Perfect for any dog lover, the Dogs in Boxes Scarf features dogs being dogs — playing, sitting, resting. Each box contains a different dog with alternating colors for emphasis. Double knit, the scarf is reversible, showing opposite colors on the back side. Instructions are included for the double knitting technique.
Sheep are the source of the beautiful, luxurious wool that many knitters use to knit their creations. They can also be darned cute! The Counting Sheep Blanket has an entire herd of sheep on each side of the blanket. Depending on the yarn you use, it can have white and black sheep, blue and yellow sheep, purple and green sheep, or whatever color combination you can imagine! The blanket also comes in handy for insomnia — counting the sheep should put you right to sleep!
Double knit, the blanket is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side. Full instructions are included for the double knitting technique. The pattern includes two sizes — baby blanket and throw blanket.
Turtle Beach Scarf is designed to use a blue gradient comprised of four different shades of blue that mimic the hues of the sea. Cute baby turtles travel along the scarf from the beach, out to sea among the waves, and then back to the beach again at the other end.
This double knit scarf is reversible, with inverted colors on the reverse side (mostly beach and a little ocean). Get creative with your color use for a more abstract scene!
What makes your heart go pitter-pat? The Pitter-Pat Scarf features the traditional EKG line of a heartbeat interspersed with hearts. Give to a loved one or wear to show your love for the human heart! A great gift for anyone in the health industry.
Double knit, this thick scarf features the heartbeat design on both sides, with opposite color schemes on each side. Use contrasting colors to show off the design. Full instructions are included for the double knitting technique.
I designed this blanket while on my honeymoon in Hawaii. I loved watching the waves come in, and wanted to capture the feeling of the ocean so that I could snuggle up with a blanket and dream of Hawaii on cold winter days. My husband even drove me to a yarn shop in Hawaii so that I could buy new yarn to start knitting it right away!
The blanket is constructed using mini cables and two colors of yarn. Similar colors will blend into each other and create a variegated look, while different colors will show more pronounced striping. Optionally, the blanket can be knit with just a single color of yarn instead.