Two Quick Knits For Winter

Looking for quick accessory patterns to knit for winter? Let’s look back at this pair of patterns – The Bulky Lace Cowl and the Lengthy Lace Scarf. Both of these patterns use the same easy lace stitch and both can … Continue reading

Introducing … the Contentment Shawl!

Contentment Shawl

The Contentment Shawl is a pretty one-skein crescent-shaped shawl that is worked from the bottom up with a pretty lace border reminiscent of the lace pattern of the Contentment Cowl. The stockinette stitch body is shaped with short rows and finishes with … Continue reading

Free Knitting Patterns: Jagged Triangular Scarf

Jagged Triangular Scarf Edging

My free Truly Triangular and Totally Triangular Scarf knitting patterns have been hugely popular. These triangular scarves are easy to work, can be worn as either a scarf or a shawl, and garter stitch scarves or shawls are always popular in … Continue reading

Introducing … the Tranquility Infinity Scarf!

Tranquility closeup

The Tranquility Infinity Scarf is the fourth pattern in my Winter Comfort Collection. This versatile long cowl can be worn loose or wrapped around the neck 2 or 3 times. The k3, p1 ribbing and the ‘mock i-cord’ edges give it a clean and classic look. It is … Continue reading

Introducing … the Indulgence Wrap!

Indulgence Wrap

The Indulgence Wrap is the third pattern in the Winter Comfort Collection. This silky soft rectangular wrap is a truly indulgent shawl to wrap around the shoulders on a cold evening. Designed in a silk and merino DK weight yarn, this wrap drapes beautifully and … Continue reading

Free Knitting Patterns: Totally Triangular Scarf

Totally Triangular Scarf

If you enjoyed the Truly Triangular Scarf, then try your hand at this one. With one small change to the pattern, you get a longer, narrower scarf. In this pattern, the same number of stitches are cast on and bound … Continue reading

Free Knitting Patterns: Truly Triangular Scarf

Truly Triangular Scarf

The sideways shawl, or scarf is a popular knitting pattern. It starts with only a handful of cast-on stitches, increases to the middle, and decreases back down to the same number of stitches that were cast on. So, if you don’t … Continue reading