Pattern Gallery

Castle Sands Scarf


A stunning wide scarf in a pretty Estonian stitch pattern with a gorgeous edging blocked into delicate points. This shawl is worked from the centre out so both sides are perfectly symmetrical. 



Loch Katrine Shawl


A pretty little shawl with stunning zigzag edging. Short row shaping gives this shawl a delicate curve and "mini-nupps" add interest to the lace. It's quick to knit and uses only 50g of yarn - perfect gifting material!


Moseley in Spring Cardigan



A fitted cardigan with a flattering drape front. Moseley in Spring is knitted from the top down with set in sleeves and neat ribbed edgings. A lightweight, and ever so slightly cropped version of our classic Moseley Cardigan in 4ply yarn with cute stripes. 



Mountain Everlasting Sweater


A classic fitted sweater with sheer and solid stripes. We alternate between airy, lightweight mohair silk lace yarn used by itself and held together with a buttery soft 4ply blend of merino and silk. This sweater is light as a feather, like wearing a fluffy cloud, but it certainly excels at keeping the chill at bay!



King's Park Cowl



Soft, warm and quick to knit. This is a perfect winter warmer and would make a fabulous gift. This cowl is an interesting mix of stitch patterns and textures, and looks much more complicated than it really is!



Northumbria

lace scarf knitting pattern
A beautiful shawl with zigzag stripes of delicate lace. Worked from the centre outwards to make it perfectly symmetrical. Knitted in a luxurious alpaca blend yarn, this will keep you feeling cosy as well as looking fabulous. 


Sineabhar Shawl

lace scarf knitting pattern
A stunning shawl that looks amazing but is actually fairly straightforward to knit. The pattern gives two sizes - for an 80” and 50” shawl. Using only 60g and 35g of laceweight yarn each, this is a perfect pattern for using up the end of a special ball of yarn.





Summer Lace Tank 

lace top knitting pattern
A beautiful, delicate top that’s quick to knit - even in laceweight yarn. The ideal Summer knit, something lightweight that still looks stunning. The lace pattern looks impressive but is simple to knit. This really is a top you can dress up or down. Instructions are given for ten sizes.

 



Epsilon Cardigan 

A cute cropped cardigan with stunning lace detailing at the neckline. Knit from the top down using a yoked construction. Both charts and written instructions are given for the lace sections. Instructions are given for eight sizes.

 



Centaurea

simple lace cowl scarf knitting pattern

A quick, simple knit that looks stunning. Knits up fast on big needles with easy to remember repeats. Centaurea is the genus of cornflowers, the vivid blue of this cowl reminded me of their striking colour. Knit this up in a bold coloured yarn to add some brightness to your life on Winter days.

 






Bellahouston

fairisle fair isle jumper sweater dress knitting pattern

A pretty fairisle sweater dress to keep you feeling cosy and looking fabulous!The dress is knitted in the round from the top down with a yoked construction. We use “jogless stripe” techniques to avoid a jump in the colourwork pattern as we knit in the round. Instructions are given for 10 sizes. 









Warmth Ebook

knitting pattern ebook


A collection of our cosiest, toastiest knits to keep you warm when the temperatures start dropping!










Dipped Mitts

Quick to knit mitts with a gorgeous “dipped” edge. This is one to break out your brightest, boldest colours for!

 








Blaze Mitts

colourwork colorwork mitts mittens gloves knitting pattern zigzag
Quick to knit mitts with a striking colourwork motif. Rowan Felted Tweed is a luxurious yarn with a worn in look. It's available in a gorgeous palette of colours, perfect for fairisle.

 








Superchunky Cabled Hat



A quick and easy to knit hat in superchunky yarn. This would be a perfect first cabled project and can easily be knit in an afternoon. We use worsted weight yarn held double throughout.

 







Arrochar Hat



Quick to knit hat with a classic fairisle design. Super soft yarn in gorgeous colours make this a winter staple.

 



Lace Ebook

lace knitting pattern ebook


A classic collection of lace knitting patterns. From delicate shawls to pretty cardigans and cosy accessories, this is the perfect sampler for the lace knitter.

 







Queens Park Cardigan

simple lace cardigan knitting pattern blanket front
A fitted cardigan with a flattering drape front in a pretty lace pattern. This is a simple but stunning knit that could be dressed up or down. Queen’s Park Cardigan is knitted from the top down with set in sleeves, neat twisted rib edgings and an oversized blanket front. Instructions are given for eight sizes.

 



Alpinist Hot Water Bottle Cover

chunky bulky fairisle fair isle hot water bottle cover knitting pattern
A cute hot water bottle cover with a sweet fairisle design. The perfect thing for warming chilly toes after a day in the mountains. This cover is knitted from the bottom up in the round with no seaming. We use jogless stripe techniques to ensure seamless colour changes. This is perfect gift material, worked in bulky yarn it takes no time at all to knit up.



Kelvingrove Sweater

stripy stripey sweater knitting pattern
A classic sweater in a cotton/linen blend to keep the chill at bay on Summer evenings. Cute nautical stripes and neat twisted rib edgings make this a wardrobe staple. This sweater is seamless, knitted from the top down, and has set in sleeves. Instructions for 10 sizes are given: to fit bust 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 52, 56)”. Guidance for altering the sweater for a perfect fit is given at the end of the pattern.

 




Buchanan Street Sweater

A classic fitted sweater with pretty detailing at the shoulders. The slightly longer length is flattering and elegant, while twisted ribbing gives a neat and finished look. The recommended yarn is gorgeous undyed cashmere, adding a touch of luxury to a simple knit. This sweater is seamless, knitted from the top down, and has set in sleeves. Instructions for 10 sizes are given: to fit bust 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 52, 56)”. Extensive guidance for altering the sweater for a perfect fit is given at the end of the pattern.

 


Moseley Cardigan
A fitted cardigan with a flattering drape front. Moseley is knitted from the top down with set in sleeves and neat twisted rib edgings. Using dk/light worsted yarn on larger than normal needles and blocking creates an airy fabric with beautiful drape. Please ensure 
that your yarn matches the gauges specified for before and after blocking to achieve this. Instructions for 10 sizes are given: to fit bust 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 52, 56)”.

 



Asphodel Shawl

lace shawl wrap knitting pattern
A stunning lace shawl with a geometric design. There are three distinct bands of lace in the shawl, working from larger to smaller diamonds with a lace edge. The shawl is constructed as a traditional triangular shawl, with the lace patterns to the right and left sides of the spine mirror images of each other.
Full written instructions and charts are given.







 Felted Lace Wrap


lace shawl wrap scarf knitting pattern felted
A cosy wrap in a pretty lace pattern. Lightly felting this piece softens up the yarn and gives it a beautiful worn-in look. Charts and written instructions are given, along with instructions for each lace knitting stitch used. Full instructions on how to felt the wrap are also given.






Etive Cowl


lace scarf cowl knitting pattern handspun yarn
A soft, warm, lofty cowl in a pretty stitch pattern. Knitted in handspun alpaca yarn, this is guaranteed to keep you toasty all winter. Bulky yarn means it’s a quick knit too. The stitch pattern is suitable for beginner lace knitters and easy to memorise. This cowl is knit flat, then the cast-on and bind-off edges are grafted together. Both charts and written instructions are given for the lace pattern.






Lochan Sweater


lace sweater knitting pattern
A flattering fitted sweater that’s quick to knit. The lace pattern is easy to memorise, and both charts and written instructions are given. The sweater is knitted from the top down with a yoked construction. All shaping is done by changing needles and stitch patterns. Extended advice on how to customize the sweater is also given. Instructions for 10 sizes are given: to fit bust 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 52, 56)”. 





Buddleia Shawl


lace shawl wrap knitting pattern
A gorgeous lace shawl inspired by trees in blossom. The design is based on a traditional Estonian leaf lace pattern with the addition of a floral motif. The pattern includes both charts and written instructions, as well as full instructions for the lace stitches used.






Linnet Shawlette

A cute shawlette with bands of garter stitch and star stitch. Knits up quickly in sportweight alpaca yarn.
Makes a triangle 46” across and 23” high after blocking.





Yak Hat

lace hat knitting pattern handspun yak down
A slouchy lace beanie hat knitted in luxury yarn. The pictured yarn is handspun yak down, but I have suggested a commercially available alternative. The lace pattern is very simple to knit, but it’s one I really love. I’ve given both written instructions and a chart.






Heron Cardigan

cabled cardigan sweater knitting pattern
A classic cabled cardigan in luxury yarn. Featuring a longer length style and chunky garter stitch edgings to keep you cosy. This cardigan is worked top down with raglan sleeves. Stitches round the front edges and neck are picked up and worked in garter stitch. Charts and written instructions are given for the cabled sections. To fit bust 32” (34”, 36”, 38”, 40”, 42” 44”).





Kekomi Cowl

lace cowl scarf knitting pattern handspun baby camel down
This is a very simple lace pattern using big needles so it’s an incredibly quick, but impressive, knit. Perfect gift material! The yarn used is my handspun baby camel and silk. It’s a lovely choice if you’re a handspinner, baby camel down is much cheaper than cashmere but feels just as soft. I’ve recommended a commercially available yarn as a perfectly suitable substitute though.






Snowcloud Cardigan

snowcloud cardigan knitting pattern
A soft, warm cardigan to keep you toasty when the snow starts falling. Featuring chunky cuffs and wraparound front in double moss stitch for extra cosiness. Seamless construction and aran yarn make this a quick and satisfying knit.





Buachaille Scarf

lace cable scarf knitting pattern
A cosy winter classic. Knitted up in chunky Bluefaced Leicester yarn for warmth and comfort. This is an easy knit, but lace stitches and cables keep it interesting. This design uses “fake cable” stitches – they’re much easier than using a cable needle but practically indistinguishable! Full instructions for all stitches used are included in the pattern.





Raincloud Cardigan

simple basic cardigan sweater knitting pattern
The perfect Autumn cardigan. Warm, fuzzy yarn and chunky edgings keep you cozy; bracelet length sleeves and an open front mean you don’t overheat. Knits up quickly on larger needles and it’s cute too!
This is an easy cardigan pattern suitable for an adventurous beginner.





Forest Walk Scarf

lace scarf knitting pattern
A cozy scarf in a beautiful lace pattern reminiscent of falling leaves. This knits up surprisingly quickly in a luxury dk yarn which comes in a wide range of naturally dyed colours.
This is a simple but impressive lace pattern. Full instructions for all lace stitches required are included.






Fern Lace Hat

lace hat knitting pattern handspun bfl bluefaced leicester
A cute lacy hat in two sizes, perfect for Autumn. The hat pictured is made with my own handspun, handdyed Bluefaced Leicester yarn, but I’ve suggested two commercially available yarns that would be fine too. 





Garden Party Cardigan

lace cardigan sweater knitting pattern
A lovely light and drapey cardigan knitted in laceweight silk, perfect for keeping the chill at bay on long summer evenings. An understated design with a pretty floral lace edging.
To fit bust 32½” (35”, 37½”, 40”, 42½”)





Lace and Cable Mitts

lace cable gloves mitts mittens knitting pattern
This is a knitting pattern for a gorgeous pair of armwarmers in a lace and cable pattern, with fisherman’s rib on the palm. These are very cosy, knitted in a supersoft cashmere blend yarn. Having said that, any aran/worsted weight yarn would do - substitute your favourite! They would make an ideal gift, or a special treat for yourself.





Avena Cowl

lace cowl knitting pattern
A beautiful lace cowl in a lovely fuzzy yarn. An understated lace design which could be dressed up or down, it would go equally well with jeans and a t-shirt as with evening dress. The pattern is simple and elegant, pretty but not too fussy.








Dochart Scarf


cable scarf knitting pattern

A quick-to knit scarf pattern with a pretty fake cable pattern on both sides. One side has braided cables, the other side has twists!








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2 comments:

  1. These are really inspiring designs - thank you for sharing them. I love the random scarf!

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