The Amelie jumper knitting pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in fingering weight yarn. The garment is worked from the bottom up in one piece, uniting the sleeves and body at the underarm and working the yoke using a Simultaneous Set In Sleeves construction. The neckline is then finished with an I-Cord Bind off with ties.
Sizes: 30.5 (33, 35.5, 37.25, 39.75, 42.25, 44,5, 47, 49.5, 52) inches round chest. Recommended to be worn with 1-2 inches of negative ease.
The Belinda Mittens knitting pattern is a pattern for mittens knitted in the round using double-pointed needles and aran weight yarn. These simple, long and short mittens have a cable pattern on the front and Moss stitch on the reverse side.
The Hermaness Hats Knitting Pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in 4ply yarn. The pattern contains instructions for both a beret and a beanie. The hats are knitted bottom up from the ribbing with crown shaping. They are knitted in the round a an lace pattern.
The beanie is 47.5 cm in circumference at the brim and 23 cm tall from brim to crown.
The beret is 48 cm in circumference at the brim and 21.5 cm tall from brim to crown (25.5 cm diameter at maximum point).
The Norie Beanie Hat Knitting Pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in DK yarn. This is a straight forward pattern using 3.75mm circular needles and a Cat’s Paw lace pattern.
The pattern is one size to fit head size 51-56 cm.
You will need 240m of Double Knit yarn, a set of 3.75mm dpns and a 3.75mm 40cm long circular needle.
The Prairie Fire pullover is knitted seamlessly from the collar to the hem and cuffs. It can be made with long or short sleeves.
Sizes: 17 (18.5, 20.5, 22, 23.5, 25, 27, 28.5, 30, 33, 34.5, 36, 38, 40, 44, 48, 53, 59) inches round chest. These are 8 child and 10 adult sizes. Recommended to be worn with 0-2 inches of negative ease for ladies sizes, and 0-2 inches of positive ease for children’s sizes.
This is a knitting pattern for a simple over-sized beanie knitted flat in a Chevron lace stitch. The pattern is for an average woman’s head. The hat may be knitted in a single colour, but adding some different colour stripes bring out the chevron pattern.
The pattern contains instructions for a DK and a 4ply version.