Sugar Run Headband

Another design from February! February was a productive month for knitting. Maybe not so productive for publishing though… Nonetheless, let me introduce the Sugar Run Headband. It is named in honor of maple sugaring season which usually begins here in … Read More

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

Autumn Flora Hat

An aran weight hat pattern just in time for the cooler temps, this time worked in classic tweed. Autumn Flora features a twisted ribbing that diminishes into pointed arches that, in turn, trail into the body of the hat before … Read More

Midwinter Stroll Mitts

You know that welcome time that seems to happen every winter, when the frigid cold seems to pause for a moment and grant us a brief reprieve, giving us time to catch our breath – sometimes known around here as … 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

New Website…New Pattern Style!

I am loving the clean, minimalist look of my new website. I hope you do too! So, in keeping with new look, I have begun the process of going through my previously published patterns and revamping them to mirror the … Read More

Thoreau’s Pond Shawl

Summer is nearly here on the calendar although by the weather here, you would be hard pressed to say it isn’t summer already. The grass and trees are a lush green, full of energy and life. Birds are chirping, bullfrogs … Read More