Snowy Pines Headband

Honestly, when I designed this pattern there WAS snow on the ground! It was February and it was COLD! Somehow life got away from me though, and here it is May already. Enough said about my tardiness. It might be … Read More

Spring Runoff Scarf

Sometimes life takes an unexpected turn, and it throws you for a loop. It then takes a while to grow accustomed to the changes wrought by that turn, but we all eventually adapt, accept and learn to love life again. … Read More

Tulip Lea Shawl

It’s finally beginning to look like summer here in Upstate New York. So what better time is there for a flowery, feminine shawl? Please welcome the Tulip Lea Shawl. Worked in a fingering weight yarn, Tulip Lea is light, lacey … Read More

Heirloom Cultivar Shawl

Fall is in the air and while it’s still warm during the day, the night air has a chill to it now. Yes, fall is making its presence known, and while a chill in the air might not be my … Read More

Burning Leaves Shawl

Sometimes it’s not so much a matter of having a fancy pattern stitch to create an interesting and attractive finished garment. Sometimes a simple pattern stitch is just the solution – the key is the placement of that pattern stitch … Read More

Garden Steps Asymmetrical Scarf

The Garden Steps Asymmetrical Scarf is inspired by the hidden grottos, rusted wrought iron and damp, moss covered stones that inhabit the shady corners of all secret gardens, both imaginary and real. This delicate little scarf features a lattice work … Read More

Hemlock Ridge Beret

With a lace pattern inspired by the pine cones that adorn the boughs of our graceful evergreen trees, the Hemlock Ridge Beret will keep you warm and cozy on any midwinter stroll through a piney woods. The beret features a … Read More

Frostbitten Beret

It’s not snowing yet, but it will be soon! The leaves are already starting to turn! Make this winter a fun, out of doors one with the Frostbitten Beret. Inspired by the lovely, textural ice patterns found on a winter … Read More

Loganberry Cowl

Hold onto the sweetness of summer through the colder months with the Loganberry Cowl. Knit in a sumptuous worsted weight yarn, the Loganberry Cowl features a delicate miniature leaf pattern bordered in a delightfully bumpy seed stitch reminiscent of the … Read More

Flicker and Flame Shawlettes

Wrap yourself up with this sweet little pair of shawlettes. Both shawlettes are knit in one piece (including the edging!) from tip to tip. The Flame Shawlette features an allover diamond lace pattern, while the Flicker Shawlette has areas of … Read More