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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 7.5 (2 users)

Hillcrest was one of two winners of Challenge #2 of The Fiber Factor 2013!

As of July 2016, this pattern pattern has been revised and reformatted, and tech edited. Enjoy!

As a thank-you to you, dear knitter, for your patience and support … from now until the end of July 2016, get Hillcrest for only $2 by using coupon code Hillcrest2.

Did you make Hillcrest before July 2016? Would you like a free Ravelry copy? Post a picture of your sweater (complete, or WIP) in my forum and I will gift you a copy of the new pattern on Ravelry.

Hillcrest uses the modern exaggerated box sweater shape as a canvas for complex colorwork. The geometric panels evoke stained glass windows of the Prairie style, like those...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.9 (59 users)

Prior to July 2015, this pattern was available as a free download from The Fiber Factor. Skacel is no longer offering this pattern, or any of the other patterns from The Fiber Factor contestants, on Ravelry.

The version of Evolution now for sale on Ravelry has been revised and updated throughout; all known errata have been incorporated into this version.


Did you make Evolution when it was a free download? Would you like a free Ravelry copy? Post a picture of your shawl (complete, or WIP) in my forum and I will gift you a copy of the new pattern on Ravelry.


This heart-shaped shawl follows the evolution of a knitter. It begins with garter stitch, representing...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 2.9 (7 users)

This quick one-skein project makes a great baby shower gift! It makes the most of hand-painted yarn like Seedling.

Legs are worked sideways, with clever use of short rows to make life-like tentacles. Reverse stockinette curls back an itself, so no need to sew up the legs. Body is worked in the round from picked-up stitches. Use safety eyes or embroider eyes with scrap yarn. A small amount of fiberfill gives the body form.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Toys and Hobbies • Softies

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Designed for two contrasting colorways, Altitude is a crescent-shaped shawl with an extravagant lace border. The shawl begins at the back neck with just three stitches. The body features a simple lace pattern flanked by garter-stitch wings, and is suitable for both tonal and moderately variegated colorways. The all-lace border is worked along the entire length of the shawl. Frequent increases in the border allow for dramatic blocking. The complex lace is best shown in a tonal colorway.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.0 (3 users)

Pattern is fully charted and has complete written instructions.

Pattern includes instructions for both the lace-weight and fingering-weight version.

Whether you are an old-school girl pilot (think Amelia Earhart) or steampunk air pirate, this simple-yet-elegant lacy aviator scarf will serve you well. Warm, silky, and with just enough pattern to show off your mad knitting skills … wear it with pride!

Scarf is worked with either lace weight or fingering yarn in two halves, starting from the ends and grafted together in the middle. Wrong-side rows are purled to speed knitting, and narrow garter-stitch borders help the scarf lie...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.7 (3 users)

Pattern is fully charted and has complete written instructions.

Pattern includes instructions for both the lace-weight and fingering-weight version.

Whether you are an old-school girl pilot (think Amelia Earhart) or steampunk air pirate, this simple-yet-elegant lacy aviator scarf will serve you well. Warm, silky, and with just enough pattern to show off your mad knitting skills … wear it with pride!

Scarf is worked with either lace weight or fingering yarn in two halves, starting from the ends and grafted together in the middle. Wrong-side rows are purled to speed knitting, and narrow garter-stitch borders help the scarf lie...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.1 (8 users)

Please note: larger-than-normal STR skein

This sinuous shawlette is designed to show off unusual
colorways while fighting pooling with varying-width edging
and tapered ends. Short rows at the center back curve the
shawlette into a shoulder-hugging crescent and add interest
to the pattern. Babylon is worked from tip to tip in one
piece. The neck edge has an i-cord border for comfort and to
prevent curling.

This pattern was inspired by a beautiful lace edging and a
gorgeous skein of sock yarn that just didn’t want to be a pair
of socks.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.3 (3 users)

This sleeveless baby dress with optional built-in nappy cover has a decorative hem and collar and a button-up back. Short-row scalloped edges and knit-as-you-go flower stitches lend this pattern especially well to hand-painted yarn for the main color of the dress.

This download is a reprint of the pattern as published in the magazine.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Clothing • Dress
Gender: Female
Age: Baby
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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.7 (7 users)

This semi-circular shawlette is worked top-down. Four textured panels extend like spokes of a wheel, interrupted by broken-mesh wedges. The broad cast-on edge curves around your neck, and the full shape hugs shoulders like a shrug.

The pattern can be extended or shortened in 10-row increments, making it simple to customize the size and use more or less yarn.

The sample shows off the unusual “Walker” colorway by independent dyer Bohemia Fibers. Amy has a knack for creating beautiful and unusual colorways, and is especially well-known for her “inspiration” colorways.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.6 (5 users)

The sinuous twisted-stitch cables that undulate around the leg and instep of these socks evoke the roller coasters at my favorite family amusement park: Canobie Lake Park. They are top-down socks with a traditional heel-flap and gusset. The cable pattern is unbroken around the leg and continues seamlessly into a ribbed heel and twines over the instep to the toe.

Because of the complex cables, this sock is not easily re-sized by changing the stitch count. Rather, the knitter is advised to go up or down a needle size to achieve a different leg circumference.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.2 (82 users)

This semi-circular shawlette is worked from the top down. With a wide cast-on edge and curved shape, Capriole hugs the shoulders for easy wearing. The simple, bold lace pattern allows variegated yarn to shine; Capriole is equally beautiful in solid or semi-solid colorways.

Capriole is part of the Airs Above the Ground Collection. Each of four shawlettes in the collection can be made with a single skein of fingering-weight yarn. Look for “Mezair” (lace border worked sideways, crescent-shaped, short-row body), “Courbette” (sideways, modular, crescent-shaped,...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.6 (26 users)

Note: my skein of Knit Circus was marked 420 yards, though the Ravelry database shows 400 yards.

This is the sixth pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

Chevrione is knit starting from the small end of the triangle to the end, where it is bound off using a picot bind off! It can be worked with lots of beads, a few beads, or no beads at all. Chevrione was specifically designed to use gradients, as the wave pattern shows beautifully with the gradient. This pattern includes both full written and charted instructions, and can easily be modified for size by working extra repeats of Chart B, or omitting repeats of Chart B.

About the series:

Note knitCompanion set-ups can be purchased (in the knitCompanion store) for those who like to use knitCompanion, but do not wish to set up their own charts.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.3 (3 users)

Click! Clack! Kerchunk! Cogwheels mesh to transmit torque. Rotational simple machines inspire this design.

This crescent shawl begins with the toothed edging, worked sideways. Two-color garter stitch alternates with lace wheels, all worked as you go. The body is worked from picked-up stitches, creating the crescent shape with gentle decreases. Slipped stitches continue the look of the edging, providing interest for the knitter and support for the shawl.

The edging is charted -- full written directions for all charts are included in the pattern. The body has written directions only (no chart needed).

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.5 (2 users)

This crescent-shaped shawlette is worked in four sections, each a different color. A combination of faggoting, cable, and points adorn the lower edge of each section; simple garter stitch speeds the knitting and highlights gorgeous yarns. Each subsequent section is connected to the previous section as you go – no sewing!

The sample uses Footlights (by Blue Ridge Yarns), which is sold in color-coordinating bundles of four mini skeins. However, this pattern is well suited to using up leftover fingering weight yarn.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

Crosswind is a waist-length sweater that features dramatic flared cuffs, a scoop neck, and a deep ribbed body. The cuffs fold back over ¾-length sleeves and are sewn in place: use your favorite buttons for a decorative accent. Crosswind borrows its silhouette from the sweaters of the 50’s, with steampunk details to delight and inspire.

Worn with 1-2” of positive ease, this garment is both forgiving and flattering. Body and sleeves are worked bottom-up, in the round, until armhole bind-offs. The ribbed neckline is worked in the round from picked-up stitches. Traditional sleeve caps provide a tailored fit. Pattern includes directions for plain ribbed cuffs.

A Hundred Ravens’ Aesir is a round and bouncy 8-ply superwash merino that straddles the line between sport and DK....

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.6 (64 users)

This heart-shaped shawlette is worked top-down. The graceful wings hug your shoulders – this is a shawl that doesn’t slip off easily. The lace pattern of the body evolves into a nupp-enhanced lower border.

The main body pattern repeats every 24 rows, making it simple to customize the size and use more or less yarn. The sample was made with about 390 yards, and was 16” deep and about 45” around the neck edge.

The sample drapes beautifully in a merino/tencel blend, hand-painted by Lucy at Mind’s Eye Yarns in Cambridge, MA. This pattern will work best with solid or tonal colorway; anything more than mild variegation will likely be at odds with the lace pattern.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Every year for Christmas I give my mom a gift card for “anything knit.” I’ve made her lots of socks and a sweater too; this year she wanted mittens. She loaned me her Celtic ring as inspiration and chose some beautiful Alpaca yarn. The main cable pattern is based on the ring, with interlocking hearts that also remind me of flowers. My mom says she has always wanted to name something “Daisy,” so I am giving her these mittens.
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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

This airy cardi is a feminine and elegant layering piece, perfect for cheering up a cool day in the spring or autumn. Zigzag eyelets rise in narrow columns over the skirt, body, and sleeves, like bunches of ripe elderberries.

For this pattern, I focused on simple construction. The body is worked in a single piece to the armholes. The waist is nipped in by using a slipped-stitch pattern (rather than shaping) and is secured with a single large button. Set-in sleeves are worked from the top down from picked-up stitches; short-row shaping creates the sleeve caps. Hem, neck, and sleeves are finished with an easy ribbed eyelet, worked as you go. Finishing is limited to shoulder seams, sewing on the button, and weaving in loose...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

These mitts were designed to show off a great skein of worsted-weight yarn. They make great gifts, but you might have a hard time giving them up.

Knit flat with a 4-row pattern repeat, these mitts are quick and simple. Work until you have the right width, then two short seams to finish them off. The pattern is written for wrists from 5.5” to 8.5” in circumference. Length and thumb placement are easily customized.

Wrist Circumference: 5.5 (6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5)”
Yarn Needed: 105 (115, 125, 135, 145, 155, 165) yards

Craft: Knitting
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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 6.0 (1 user)

This triple-layered scarf has been swirling in my head for the better part of a year. It started as an “I wonder if I can …” kind of question. In this case, the question was this: “I wonder if I can knit something with three different layers, all at the same time, without seams or any other tricks?” Could it be done? Yes!

Imagine the scarf as viewed from the end, with three legs. Trace the direction of knitting outward on a leg, then back inwards, then outward again on the next leg, then inwards again – each leg is worked out-then-in, and the legs are worked in order, counterclockwise. I thought I might...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.2 (12 users)

Flock is a crescent-shaped shawl worked from the bottom edge up. The main lace pattern features nupps. The curved stockinette body is achieved with short rows (no wraps, just decreases). The top edge is finished with an echo of the main lace pattern that transitions to purls to help fight curling.

Flock is fully charted, except for setup and finishing rows. Complete written translations for all charts are also provided.

Want to use beads instead of nupps? You will need 171 beads to make the shawl as written (please buy extra to account for broken or mis-shapen beads).

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Difficulty: 4.3 (3 users)

This pullover features graceful flared sleeves and a tunic-length flared skirt that will flatter a range of body types. Set-in sleeves provide a great fit. The sweater changes color at the waist and elbow with a band of stranded-colorwork snowflakes to soften the line and draw interest.

The body is worked in the round from the bottom up. Front and back are worked separately after binding off for the armholes. Sleeves are worked bottom-up in the round, with the sleeve cap worked flat. The neckline and hems are finished with applied i-cord edging.

Finished measurements (inches):
XS S M L 1X 2X 3X
Bust 32 35.5 40 44.5 48 51.5 56
Waist 24.75 28.5 32 35.5 39 42.5 46
Hip 36.5 38 41.75 46 49.75 55 57
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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.1 (22 users)

This triangular shawl is worked from the top down. Flywheel begins with a garter-stitch tab and progresses through all stitch patterns with regular increases at the spine and both edges. The shawl is designed to be made with two skeins of fingering-weight yarn in complementary colorways (choose semi-solid or tonal colorways for best results). Clues alternate between the two colorways, resulting in broad stripes. Each clue features a different stitch pattern, with transitions between clues

Flywheel is part of the Clockwork Collection. Each of three shawls in the collection can be made with two 100-gram skeins of fingering weight yarn. Look for

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Difficulty: 8.0 (1 user)

This cute little bag packs a lot of knitting technique into a single project: stranded colorwork, steeking, and applied i-cord work together to create a colorful bag inspired by old-fashioned wallpaper.

Yardage for each color:

  • Rose color #1 (light): ~35 yards “Rouge”
  • Rose color #2 (medium): ~30 yards “Lipstick”
  • Rose color #3 (dark): ~35 yards “Pimento”
  • Stripe color #1 (light): ~60 yards “Edamame”
  • Stripe color #2 (medium): ~35 yards “Clover”
  • Stripe color #3 (dark): ~90 yards “Ivy”

Lining:

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.2 (13 users)

This crescent shawl is worked from the top down. Glinda begins with a garter-stitch tab and progresses through all stitch patterns with regular increases at both edges. The shawl is designed to be made with two 100-gram skeins of fingering-weight yarn in (choose semi-solid or tonal colorways for best results). Some clues have more texture; others have more lace. The overall pattern changes gradually from more solid sections to more lacy sections.

Glinda is part of the Steampunk Oz Collection. Look for Winged Monkeys (two skeins of DK yarn), The Wizard (two skeins of DK yarn), and Wheels (two skeins of fingering-weight yarn).

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.0 (1 user)

Graphium weiskei lives only in the highlands of New Guinea. Like many of the butterflies in the Graphium genus, the purple spotted swallowtail has intense pastel patterning outlined in black.

Graphium is curved asymmetrical triangle worked from narrow tip to broad end. Bands of lace in a colorful hand-dyed yarn are separated by narrow stripes of black. The lacy black edge is worked as you go, using basic intarsia techniques.

Graphium is easy to enlarge (or reduce). You will need about 2.5 yards of MC for every yard of CC.

Graphium is charted with full written directions for all charts.


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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.5 (10 users)

This crescent shawlette begins with a narrow lace border. The heart motif is set off by a looped edge and an open-work net pattern. Stitches picked up from the border form the body of the shawlette, which is worked with short rows and finished with a decorative row of eyelets.

Heartsick is designed with colorful yarn in mind. Variable stitch count in the border and the short rows in the body both help fight pooling. The strong pattern shines through tonal and moderately variegated colorways.

Heartsick is part of the Lovelorn collection. Each of three shawlettes in the collection can be made with a single skein of fingering-weight yarn. Look for Crushed (top-down,...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.6 (16 users)

Things to ponder… Who blew the great horn of Helm Hammerhand? Was Saruman experimenting with explosives? Whatever shall I do with this high-contrast variegated colorway?

Hornburg provides an answer to the last query, using slipped stitches and ever-changing stitch counts to show wild colorways (like Helm’s Deep) to full effect.

Hornburg is knit flat, using a clever trick of construction to result in a circular cowl with no sewing or picked-up stitches. No, really!

Although designed for a bouncy sport-weight yarn (like Aesir), the pattern is readily adapted to other weights of yarn. Use needles sized appropriately for your yarn, and add (or...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 3.7 (12 users)

Levade is a heart-shaped shawl worked from the bottom edge up. Beginning with a very long cast-on edge, the lace swoops through alternating waves, leaves, and medallion motifs. The faster-than-usual decreases creates a beautiful shape that clings well to shoulders.

Using Llyr? This shawl has been successfully completed with a single skein of Llyr (438 yards).

Levade is fully charted, except for a few setup and finishing rows. Complete written translations for all charts are also provided.

Levade is part of the Airs Above the Ground Collection. Each of four shawlettes in the collection can be made with a single skein of...

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Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

Boing! Mainsprings provide the principal impulse that drives motion and activity. This shawl is inspired by the clockwork rhythm and bounce of mainsprings.

This curved shawl alternates between wedge sections and straight sections. Short rows create pools of color and fabric. Each row uses one color at a time – no stranding! Slipped stitches and shorts rows do the heavy lifting in this design.

Mainspring is part of the Clockwork Collection. Each of three shawls in the collection can be made with two 100-gram skeins of fingering weight yarn. Look for Flywheel and Cogwheel.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.7 (9 users)

Pattern includes some charts; however, all charts are also completely written-out, for knitters who prefer to work from written directions.

The shawl begins with the bottom edging, worked from right
tip to left tip, with a short-row corner halfway through.
Stitches are picked up along this bottom edge, leaving 8
repeats at both tips to form the ties. The body is worked from
the bottom edge, with decreases to form the spine and top
edge. After the body is completed, the neck edging is worked
from right tip to left tip and joined to the body as you go.
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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.0 (10 users)

Beads: 224 size 6/0 seed beads; you will also need a dental floss threader or bead needle to string the beads onto the yarn before you start knitting.


This crescent-shaped shawlette begins with working the beaded lace edging sideways. All beads are pre-strung before knitting begins – no loose beads or tiny crochet hooks! The short-row body is worked from picked-up stitches. More lace finishes the top border of the shawlette, echoing the motifs from the bottom edging.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.0 (1 user)

This fully reversible baby blanket is worked on the bias in garter stitch. Step-wise increases and decreases are embellished as you go with crocheted waves.

Explicit directions for stroller- and crib-sized blankets are given, but the pattern is easily adapted for larger or smaller blankets.

This pattern includes complete photo tutorials for the step-wise increases and the crocheted embellishment. For ease of printing, these tutorials appear at the end of the pattern. Experienced knitters may print just page 2 for complete pattern with no extraneous photos or information.

I strongly recommend circular needles with 60” cord or more to hold the diagonal width of the blanket.

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Difficulty: 1.8 (16 users)

Mini skeins are so cute, you just have to have them. But after you’re done squashing them, what to make?

Mighty Mini uses a single skein of fingering-weight yarn as the main color to show off your favorite mini-skein colors. Each individual mini stripe uses about 15 yards of fingering-weight yarn (about 3.6 grams).

Mighty Mini is worked flat. Regular increases at one edge and staggered decreases at the other edge create the teeth-on-the-bias shape. The main color is carried along the smooth edge, and the mini ends are woven in as you go.

Pattern is given in full written directions.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
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Martello towers defended British coastlines during the 19th century. Each small, round tower supported a single cannon, set on a rotating platform that allowed 360 degrees of artillery fire.

Mini Martello is worked top-down, both in the round and flat, using short rows and staggered increases to create the concentric offset ovals. You will need 4 pairs of different stitch markers; counting is required.

This hat is especially designed for gradient mini sets from A Hundred Ravens. If substituting yarns, you will need about 40 yards each of 7 different colors. Mini Martello comes in four sizes; in all cases, the top is worked the same, and the sizing is achieved by more/fewer decreases before...

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Difficulty: 3.3 (3 users)

This slouchy vest features an asymmetric flare of color over the left shoulder – show off your gradient mini set from A Hundred Ravens! Also perfect for hoarded sock-yarn leftovers … go subtle or bold, the choice is up to you.

Worked sideways in garter stitch, the vest uses short rows to create the flare and swingy hem, and simple increases/decreases to shape the armholes. Finishing is limited to two shoulder seams!


To fit bust: 30(34, 38, 42, 46, 50)” with some positive ease (see schematic for more details)

Yarn:

  • A Hundred Ravens Iachos 400 yd/365 m per 3.5 oz/100 g skein – 3(3, 3, 4, 4, 4) skeins “Mist” (MC)

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 2.8 (4 users)

Colors melt into each other, draping beautifully around the neck in a mix of lace and simple stockinette stitch. Mini Meltdown was designed especially for gradient mini skein sets from A Hundred Ravens; the design would also work well with single-skein gradient yarn, as well as many tonal and mildly-variegated colorways.

Mini Meltdown is worked top down, both in the round and flat, using short rows to shape the cowl. Lacy sections are charted, with full written directions for all charts.

The sample used about 360 yards as pictured. It would be relatively easy for an experienced knitter to modify the design to be larger (which would,...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 2.0 (1 user)

More than a cowl, but not quite a poncho, this capelet hugs the shoulders and drapes gracefully around the neck. Colorful dots and lines call to mind Necco’s candy button strips, a favorite of my childhood. This design brings out the best in a high-contrast skein of hand-dyed yarn.

Necco is worked in the round. Turned hems feature the contrast color on the inside lining.

MC: 480 - 530 yards
CC: 140 - 160 yards

Worked primarily on the larger needle; the smaller needle is used only for the hem facings.

Craft: Knitting
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This cowl is the “fun size” version of my Necco Capelet. It fits more snugly around the neck, and uses similar increases to create a graceful drape.

Colorful dots and lines call to mind Necco’s candy button strips, a favorite of my childhood. This design brings out the best in a high-contrast skein of hand-dyed yarn.

Necco is worked in the round. Turned hems feature the contrast color on the inside lining.

MC: 200 - 220 yards
CC: 75 - 85 yards

Worked primarily on the larger needle; the smaller needle is used only for the hem facings.

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.8 (4 users)

What to make with a single skein of super-gorgeous silk-blend yarn?

Objects Below is an airy stole with dramatic lace motifs. With lace stitches on both right-side and wrong-side rows, this pattern will provide an interesting challenge to experienced and novice knitters alike.

Objects Below is fully charted, except for setup and finishing rows. Complete written translations for all charts are also provided.

Gauge: 16 rows = 5” (in pattern, after aggressive blocking). Exact gauge is not critical for this project, however it will affect yardage needed and finished size)


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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 5.5 (2 users)

Pendula is fully charted; no written translation of the charts is provided.

This stole is worked in two halves beginning in the center with a provisional cast on. A series of dramatic pendula extend towards the edges, culminating in an explosion of lace.

This pattern is easily adapted to almost any desired width and length. Complex patterning and several unusual stitches make this an interesting pattern for ambitious intermediate and advanced knitters.

Sizes: 10 (16, 22)” wide by 70” long
Yarn: 620 (930, 1240) yards

Both samples show the 16”-wide version.

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Difficulty: 3.8 (5 users)

These fingerless, palmless mitts were designed to maximize warmth while leaving the hand as free as possible for work. Regular fingerless mitts cover the palm in fabric, which bunches up and slips while trying to hold a camera, for example. The Photog Mitts have an open palm that allows a secure grip.

The cuff is worked in the round, starting with a simple scalloped edge that comes to a point and continues in a subtle line of slipped stitches all the way up the wrist and hand. Stitches are cast off at the base of the palm, and the remainder of the mitt is worked flat with slip-stitch edges that hug the palm. A thumb gusset provides superior fit. The top is finished...

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This was an exclusive pattern for the “Silk, Spice, and Steam” Club (A Hundred Ravens). It is now available to the general public. Enjoy!


Plumb Bob is a jaunty asymmetric cowl with a flair for the dramatic. The textured fabric and silk-blend yarn drapes beautifully.

The cowl is worked flat, primarily in half-linen stitch. The main stitch pattern is charted with full written translation provided.

Complete instructions for folding and sewing the cowl are provided.

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  • (2) buttons (these are sewn in place, no buttonhole – about 1” (2.5 cm) in size will look...

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Designed by Rachel Henry
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

This design is part of Dream In Color’s “Duets Collection.” Kits will be available through LYS in early 2015 -- ask your LYS to carry them!

This shape of this design is inspired by the rhythms of dreaming. Sleepers alternate between periods of deep sleep and periods of lighter Rapid Eye Movement sleep. REM sleep is associated with creativity, learning, memory, and dreams. Coincidentally, my initials growing up were REM. I shared this monogram with my Grandpa, who is a philosopher, a doctor, and a maker of things. I learned a lot about creative thinking and science from him; he’s always encouraged me to dream big.

This design uses alternating rings DIC Classy with Cashmere and Wisp. The Classy forms the arches of the wrap, and gathers the Wisp ruching together at three...

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This sleeveless top is worked top-down, beginning with a large cabled bandeau that is worked sideways and then joined in a circle. The rest of the body is worked in the round, primarily in stockinette, with a small version of the cable descending like Rapunzel’s braid. The bottom edge is finished with a simple ruffle. The straps are also mini versions of the main braid, with ruffled outer edges.
Designed with color-changing or self-striping yarn in mind, the narrow bandeau has wide vertical bands of color, while the body has narrow horizontal stripes. However, the pattern is suitable for a solid or semi-solid colorway as well.

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Difficulty: 2.4 (5 users)

Imagine a silvan vinyard tended by elves. Would they wear the grapevines draped sweetly ‘round their necks? I think they might.

This asymmetrical garter-stitch scarf features leaves along the edges. Variegated yarn pools and flashes delightfully, like sunlight splashing leaves through the forest canopy. Work begins with the small tip.

Silvan Vinyard is easily adapted to any weight yarn: simply use an appropriately-sized needle. It is easily enlarged if you have more yardage: simply work additional repeats of the body pattern.

This pattern is mainly charted. Full written instructions are provided for all charts.

Craft: Knitting
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When I was little, my dad took me on hikes on his parents’ farm in Minnesota. We rambled through woodsy bits, up the hill, across the rockslide, and through tall grassy meadows. I remember him handing me stalks of snakegrass (aka horsetail, aka puzzlegrass, aka Equisetum) and showing me how the segments can be taken apart and put back together.

This design reminds me of the stacked branching structure of snakegrass. One edge is serrated; the other edge undulates smoothly. Each tier grows organically from the previous tier.

Snakegrass is worked flat. The pattern is achieved by alternating colors and slipped stitches. The finished item may be worn as a scarf, or grafted to form a long cowl.

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Miss Elinor Dashwood was the sensible sister, or so we are meant to believe. She holds the family together, keeping calm while her sisters and mother and all their neighbors and friends express their emotions rather freely. But still waters run deep, and by the end of Sense and Sensibility, we know Elinor has loved and suffered as much as Marianne.

Still Waters begins with a beaded lace edging, worked sideways. Stitches are picked up along the long edge, and the short-row lace body is worked up from there. Lace patterns are provided in both charted and written format. Sample used 280 yards.

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Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

Not long ago, my dear friend had her first baby. For Susan’s first summer on the planet, I designed this lacy sunsuit, knit in lightweight yarn at a comfortably loose gauge. The bottom is knit flat, then joined and knit in the round following a simple diamond eyelet pattern. Diamond slip-stitch smocking cinches the top. Girly ruffles finish the edges, and i-cord straps are soft and adjustable.

Finished Measurements
Chest 12.75 13.5, 14.5, 15.25, 16“/32 34, 36, 38, 40cm, unstretched (smocking pattern will stretch to fit)

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Three Irish Girls McClellan Fingering 60% merino wool, 30% bamboo, 10% nylon; 410yd/375 per 100g skein;...

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Oscar Zoroaster was an ordinary ventriloquist and balloonist in Barnum & Bailey’s Great Consolidated Shows, until his balloon ropes twisted and he floated away to the land of Oz.

The stitch pattern on The Wizard shows off high-contrast variegated colorways with a combination of no-wrap short rows and knitting on the bias. Colors pool between garter-stitch stripes, calling to mind the panels and gores of a hot air balloon. The stole is stretchy and drapes delightfully, curling in slightly at the edges.

This pattern is easily adapted to any yarn weight (just use the right size needle) and any yardage (cast on in any multiple of 2 sts, do as many repeats of the pattern as you...

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The Wheelers first appear in Ozma of Oz. Their arms are the same length as their legs, and all four limbs end in wheels made of fingernails. Their clothing is colorful and heavily embroidered. As a child, they terrified me! But, now I admire their attitude and steampunky outfits.

Wheels is a crescent-shaped shawl that features a high-contrast colorway in wheels and stripes against a neutral background. The wheels are worked flat, using short-rows to create the curve. The body is also worked flat, bottom up, from a combination of stitches picked up from the wheels and newly cast-on stitches.

This pattern can easily be lengthened by making more wheels. Each additional wheel will use approximately 32 yards of MC and 27 yards of CC. If you have two 400-yard skeins, you could...

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the wind is up
the seas grow rough
Whitecaps crest each breaking wave

This quick one-skein project is perfect for that orphan skein of worsted hanging out in your stash. Whether it was an impulse purchase or a leftover from a larger project, that beautiful, soft skein has a destiny!

Whitecaps is a close-fitting cowl that tapers slightly from neck to shoulder. Worked in the round, this deceptively simple pattern combines elongated stiches with a basic cable to break up color repeats and striping.

Pattern is charted; full written translation for the chart is included on page 3.

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The Winged Monkeys were once a free people, living in the forests of Oz. They were carefree, but regrettably rather mischievous. They lost their freedom when the King of the Winged Monkeys, as a prank, tossed Quelala into a river, ruining his silk and velvet outfit. Gayelette (his fiancée) was furious and enslaved them to the Golden Cap, which allows its possessor to command the Winged Monkeys three times.

This shawl shapes a variegated colorway into the swooping curves of wings. A complimentary tonal colorway fills in the gaps and edges to create an easy-to-wear crescent shape.

Worked primarily in garter stitch, this design uses basic increases and decreases, slipped stitches, short rows, and picked-up stitches to create the shapes and join the pieces...

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