This sweater is worked from the top down, back and forth, with set-in, ¾-length sleeves. Short rows shape the shoulders as well as the tops of the sleeves. Nest-like cables are continuously worked on front and back of body.
A light sleeveless top with lots of drape created by drawstring gathers across the front and back. Knit in a merino and silk blend, it’s perfect for transitioning between seasons.
Knit in SweetGeorgia Merino Silk Fine, this hat was inspired by the beautiful Sword Ferns that carpet the forest floors in BC.
Super cozy and warm, these ribbed wristwarmers will stretch to fit all sizes. The centered double cable produces beautiful flowing curves.
The combination of seed stitch and cablework provides an interesting project to knit, as well as an interesting pucker in the final cowl.
Raindrops is an exquisitely simple lace yoke pullover. Knit in the round, it features a random eyelet lace pattern reminiscent raindrops or falling snow.
Knit from the bottom up, this pullover sweater features a chevron of bud stitches at the bottom edge and an allover elegant twisted rib stitch that blends in perfectly with the raglan decreases.
These Tilt & Stack Gauntlets feature striped short row sections that rock back and forth along the length of the gauntlet. This pattern is modular and can be adjusted to fit you perfectly.
Slackcountry Socks are knit from the top down with twisted stitches in an elegant rib and cable pattern. The twisted stitches make for crisp definition.
A simple zig zag lace pattern mimics the lapping of waves back and forth. Easy to memorize, the Rushing Tide Shawl is knit from the top down.
An easy zig zag lace pattern mimics the lapping of waves back and forth. Knit in cashmere-blend yarn for maximum coziness.
Something lovely and soft, silky and lacy… that’s the Marietta. Deceptively easy, with eyelets and decreases flowing into a cable-like pattern.