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  • Angle Shades Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    “I like the form follows function design concept and so does nature. In this design, inspired by the angle shades moth, the center triangle, the “body”, naturally creates a shaping for the “wings”, making the shawl easier to wear. And the mitered triangles take full advantage of the color in the yarns, adding a little ornament to the form.”

    Designed by Sara Lucas. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Antherea Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Antherea is a genus of moth which includes silk moths. The wingspan of the shawl echoes the curvature of the moths’ wings while the ombré yarn provides the markings. The way shapes and colors combine in nature are a big source of inspiration for me, the world of insects is particularly rich in ideas.

    Designed by Heidi Schultz. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Archer Scarf and Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Gradients transition along a tall arrow for a fun scarf or dramatic wrap. Two colorways are worked in a simple intarsia pattern. Tassels dangle from each of the three points.

    Worked in garter stitch, on the bias, the shawl/scarf is cast on at the fletched end of the arrow and worked towards the tip. Fully reversible with colour blocks separated by lines of eyelet and meet in the centre using intarsia. This is an excellent beginner’s intarsia project.

    This knitting pattern includes written directions, a schematic with measurements and instructions for maximizing your yarn with the help of a digital scale.

    Designed by Holli Yeoh.  Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Arrowhead Wrap Pattern

    $5.50

    Arrowhead is a long equilateral pentagonal shaped scarf with bold arrowhead graphics, emphasized by short but intense gradient colorways. Confident beginners will find the pattern simple enough with its paired rhythmic increases and decreases. Knitters of all levels will enjoy watching the colors transition in this meditative project. The end result is an oversized wrap in our soft and lofty merino that you will snuggle into all season long!

    For the sample shown here, I’ve paired the gorgeously bright pinks and oranges of Wildflower with Anubis and one of my favorite neutrals, Oyster. Our wild Wildflower not your pick? We love the idea of pairing the dark and light neutrals with pretty much any of our colorful gradients.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Asali Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    A triangular Honeycomb slipstitch shawl with a wide ribbed border designed specifically for our new super soft and squishy Ombre Shaniko Merino Worsted 150g balls.

    What’s In a Name?

    Asali is “honey-like” or “sweet like honey” in Arabic, Persian, Urdu and Swahili. The design is inspired by my recent trip to Egypt. Beekeeping has been documented by Ancient Egyptians in the hieroglyphs. Aswan – the blue-green gradient is named after the beautiful desert/oasis city and Anubis the brown/black gradient is named after the Egyptian Jackal God.

    Worked from cast-on edge/corner out, increasing stitches along one edge. One color is used at a time with the pattern created in an easy to memorize slip-stitch. A loose rib border is worked in the final step. You will use all the yarn available to you, but your size may vary based on gauge. Shawl will grow substantially with blocking, so check gauge on blocked swatch.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Axiom Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Concentric garter stitch triangles in contrasting colors create a modern triangular shawl.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Brimfield Scarf Pattern

    $5.50

    Easy striped gradient scarf or wrap for new knitters. The zigzag in this scarf is not quite what you think – it alternates in height and width for a more interesting and fun pattern. Great way to expand your knowledge on how stitch direction can be manipulated to create new shapes and designs.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Chalcedony Capelet Pattern

    $5.50

    This cute capelet is knit from just two balls our Super Bulky Ombré yarn. It is shown here in Whisper, a delicate gradient with the palest shades of pink, lavender, tan and blue. This quick project is knit in the round, and can be made with or without the fringe on the lower edge. The capelet is just big enough to cover and warm your shoulders without getting in the way.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Countdown Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    A randomized color sequence turns gradients into coordinating stripes in this large crescent shaped shawl.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Devil’s Slide Wrap Pattern

    $5.50

    This generously sized bias knit wrap makes clever use of two complementary ombre colorways. Simple eyelet bands add interest to the corner sections while a dramatic feather and fan “Slide” section shows off a contrasting color. Choosing combinations is as addictive as the knitting!
    Originally designed as a light wrap for a cousin’s honeymoon, the wrap will work well all year round. The super soft and lofty merino yarn and generous size make a wonderful wrap for cool spring and summer evenings, which still working well as an on-trend oversized scarf for colder fall and winter months

    Designed by Heidi Schultz. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Fletchling Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Mirrored and offset purl ridges on a knit background, sporadically broken by a fletch patterning for a stylish asymmetrical shawl​.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Forever Together Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Two lace patterns are joined along the full length of this oversized shawl, one pattern expands as the other recedes.

    What’s in a name?
    This pattern is in memoriam of my first dog Freia (and the company namesake) who passed in January 2018 at the age of 12 after a brave battle with kidney failure. She had left behind her “brother” Cody who had been diagnosed with Canine Lymphoma a few months earlier. Cody was 8 years Freia’s junior and was born with chronic anxiety. I adopted him from rescue at 9 months of age and Freia, unlike her normal dominant contrarian ways, also adopted him unconditionally from the moment they met. He grew more confident under Freia’s wing, but sadly only outlived his sister by 3 months. They were inseparable and I believe they remain so. The designing and knitting of this shawl helped me work through the loss of my two dogs. It mimics their personalities, one complex yet receding, one simple and expanding.
    Both pups were Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and I have since adopted 2 other Chessie rescues, Rosie and Axel. Rosie has passed on now as well but Axel lives on in his mischievous Chessie ways, snoopervising our work at the studio. For every sale of this pattern $1 is donated to American Chesapeake Bay Retriever Club to help them continue their amazing dedicated rescue work for this unique, challenging and iconic American breed of dog.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Highlands Scarf Pattern

    $5.50

    The Highlands Scarf is inspired by the expansive views of the infinite rolling hills in the Berkshires where I live as well as my memories of travels through the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. That these mountains and valleys were linked a hundred million years ago is no surprise given their similar appearance.

    As shown, the scarf calls for 9 minikins with the color sequence listed here first as color name and then starting color end:

    Main Color / MC:

    1. Aswan (green),
    2. Mist (blue),
    3. Cloud (light grey),
    4. Sobek (black),
    5. Oyster (yellow),
    6. Damask (tan)

    Contrast Color / CC:

    1. Canyon (brown),
    2. Woodsman (blue/grey),
    3. Harvest (brown)

    I have chosen minikins that match color from one ball to the next and that also contrast strongly with the stripe colors.

    For this pattern, with the short rows all worked in Garter stitch (K every row) you will not need to pick up the wraps as you would with short rows worked in stockinette stitch.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Kanab Creek Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Feather and fan undulations are accompanied by a dramatic drop stitch for this elegant wrap. Color transitions slowly across the length of the shawl. Shown here in two Shawl Balls, one solid and one gradient.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home. (Note that pattern references our Merino/Silk yarn, but is interchangeable with the Shawl Balls shown here)

  • Libellula Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    A segmented lace shawl with the lightness of a dragonfly wing.

    Designed by Heidi Schultz. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Medialuna Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    A large arc shaped shawl with ridge accents worked with layered ombré pattern by working from both ends of the same ball of gradient yarn. A simple pattern to really show off the color shift in the yarn. Perfect for new knitters who want to try working with a lace, or experienced knitters who want a simple quick project. Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Overcrossing Shawlette Pattern

    $5.50

    Simple, quick single-skein shawlette worked in  one Metal Earth Shawl Ball for a sweet and casual Boho look.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Palmira Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    For this shawl I was inspired by the concept of interlocking palm leaves. I chose two contrasting Ombre shades in dark colors of greys and blacks with a pop of yellow. This is an attention holding project employing the simplicity of garter stitch for a nice combination of both a satisfying and relaxing knit.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Passeggiata Wrap Pattern

    $5.50

    This gorgeous oversized scarf takes me to the streets of Venice, where one goes on promenade in the late afternoon and takes in the sunset as it bathes the beautiful old Palazzos. Lightweight and long enough to wrap multiple times for warmth or wear loosely as an elegant and decorative wrap. You’ll have as much fun wearing this as you will knitting it!
    Worked in our Minikin Palette Packs – shown in the Earthy colorway (or 9 minikins) – also shown in Baby’s Breath (final image). Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Radiance Multi-Sized Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Simple leaf lace pattern motif worked into a triangular kerchief. Shown here in three versions of one, two or three balls of our Freia Sport Ombré yarn in Flare. ​ Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Ruffle and Twist Scarf Pattern

    $5.50

    Inspired by a type of medieval veil, the pleated (or goffered) edge of this crescent shaped scarf adds interest, whimsy and texture to a functional and fashionable accessory. The scarf is knit lengthwise, using short-rows and increases for shaping. A unique twisted edging at the neck takes advantage of the natural tendency of knit fabric to roll to provide a finished and feminine hem. Knit with just one of our super-soft Shawl Balls, this will quickly become one of your favorite pieces! 

    Designed by Heidi Schultz. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Sharmila Beginner Scarves Pattern

    $5.50

    Three beginner level knit scarves in one pattern. Perfect for a new knitter who wants to try out some new stitch ideas without being overly intimidated. Each pattern requires 2-3 balls of our Flux sport or worsted yarns. (These Flux colors have been discontinued, equivalent weight substitutes can be made with our Ombre sport or worsted.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Shifting Sands Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Worked from the neck out, this shawl plays with seemingly random fan and feather type of pattern to create softly undulating stitches reminiscent of the tidal ripples left on the sand. The shawl is finished with a slightly ruffled edge to extend the wave effect.  Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Shortwave Capelet Pattern

    $5.50

    Bundle up with this great looking sideways-knit, cabled oversize cowl. Short rows give the cowl a great shape and cable adds drama and interest. Our Super Bulky yarn is soft, cozy and very addictive. Wear it as a chunky cowl or pull down over your shoulders to wear as a capelet and chill chaser.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Sonoma Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats.  Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Tree of Life Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    The placement of the shaping (increases) is dictated by the random number generator you will use while working this shawl. No two shawls will ever be the same, but they will all be equally beautiful and engaging to knit. This is a great project to practice your brioche stitches, working only one color at a time in a reversible design.

    Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • Vice Versa Shawl Pattern

    $5.50

    Stop traffic with this bold graphic! Vice Versa is a semi-circular shawl worked in 2 contrasting minikin colors – seen here in 3 balls each of Aurora and Harvest. This makes a lovely soft shawl that’s easy to style as a multitude of ways as a scarf or if you prefer, use a pin at the neck to create a cape. Knit using a very basic short row repeat (Look Ma! No wraps!) to create a pinhole lace along the center line of each triangle for added decorative effect. This is a perfect pattern to kick back, put on your favorite podcast or movie and enjoy the meditation of the knit stitch. Designed by Tina Whitmore. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.

  • You Look Gradient Scarf Pattern

    $5.50

    Knitwear artist and designer John Brinegar takes our Super Bulky to the extreme by working two balls at a time to create this extra chunky, extra warm, extra lush oversized cable knit scarf. Shown here in Ice Queen, the scarf will need four balls of our Super Bulky Yarn to complete.

    Designed by John Brinegar. Pattern delivered as a PDF available immediately after purchase, for you to download, save and print at home.