• As You Wish

    Yarn: Too Soft for Socks Merino Singles Alternative yarns: Supertwist Sock Wool Designer: Boo Knits It is a wonderfully simple pattern with only one pattern repeat to memorise that gives you the ability to play and to totally customize your shawl plus it has both charts and written instructions and, as ever, bead placement is shown but they are optional. Click here to view pattern page Photo and information about pattern © booknits
  • Yarn: Eco-Fusion Alternative Yarns: SuperTwist Sock Designer: Tracy Schmittgen of The Knitting Station Inspired by the arrival of Butterflies in Spring, this lightweight Tee is perfect for warm weather. Curved Hemline using short row shaping makes a gentle curve and a flattering shape. When choosing a size use the Hip Measurements for a guide. A 10cms positve ease is included in all sizes. Provided Schematics assist in choosing the correct size. Choose a larger size for a boxy oversize garment in a very soft yarn. If you like the idea of flinging on a T-Shirt but prefer to feel a bit less informal and much more feminine then this Tee is the perfect option. Plus Sized for comfort and drape! download link Photo © The Knitting Station
  • Yarn: SuperTwist DK Designer: Sally Cameron A Mug cozy to keep your winter cup of coffee warm. Click here to view pattern page Photo and pattern information © Sally Cameron
  • Yarn: Eco Fusion Designer: Tracy Schmittgen download link
  • Yarn: DK Super Twist Designer: Alene Candy This slouchy hat is knitted in the round from the bottom up and is designed to be loose on your head. Click here to view pattern page
  • Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Carlé Dehning   These beauties will certainly brighten up your Easter breakfast table and they're super quick to make. The crochet version is available here. download link  
  • Yarn: DK Super Twist Designer: Nicola Christodoulides Huggle Mitts are designed to be knit from that one skein of hand-painted, variegated or kettle-dyed DK yarn that you could not resist! Click here to view pattern page
  • Yarn: Single Spun Lace Alternative yarns: Supertwist Sock Wool, Kid Silk Designer: Boo Knits Inspired by the silhouette of St Michael’s Mount, this wide, triangular, shawl is knit in one piece from the top centre in simple bands of stocking stitch that alternate with bands of lace. It is a pattern that is simple enough for beginners to lace knitting and yet interesting enough for those with more experience. The addition of beads is optional and bead placement is shown in both the written instructions and on the chart. Click here to view pattern page Photo and information about pattern © booknits
  • Yarn: DK Supertwist Designer: Linda Dawkins He is knitted flat with two straight 4 mm needles and does have colour work on his body and face. His tail is knitted as an i-cord with 2 double pointed needles. He is stuffed with Merino fleece and his nose and eyes are needle felted on with black fleece and a felting needle. The pattern is 10 pages long and has photos and detailed instructions. Click here to view pattern page Photo and Pattern Information © Linda Dawkins
  • Yarn: SuperTwist DK Designer: Linda Dawkins It is a fairly easy pattern using stocking stitch with increasing and decreasing. The pattern is 7 pages long and has plenty of photos to guide you through the finishing process. Click here to view pattern page Photo and information about pattern © Linda Dawkins
  • Yarn: DK SuperTwist Alternative yarns: Eco-Cotton Designer: Madeleine from Yarn Madness "Leksak", meaning "toy" in Swedish, is an intriguing top-down pullover for both boys and girls! Slightly cropped sleeves that don’t get in the way, and with a different and decorative take on the front panel. Most of the garment is worked flat, but still manages to be completely seamless. A perfect sweater for keeping the little ones warm while playing! The pattern includes instructions for both the closed pullover and the open front tunic, as well as rough instructions for lacy crochet edgings. Click here to view pattern page
  • Yarn: Soft Spun Worsted Designer: Carle' Dehning I designed this pattern to celebrate my trip to London in Autumn 2013 download link Click here to view pattern page Happy Knitting