My newest pattern, Havasu Falls, has just been released! Inspired by the amazing blues of Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon and also by one of my all-time favorite songs (Havasu Falls by Michelle Malone), this crescent shawl is knit from the top down using one skein of Freia Ombre Lace in the colorway Ice Queen.
I knew I wanted to create a pattern that looked like a waterfall itself. The colors of this gradient yarn were perfect for this project. The shawl starts with solid stockinette where the deepest blues are. The lace begins as the yarn transitions to the lighter blues, giving it the look of the light foamy waters at the base of the waterfall.
This pattern is easy to customize to make larger or smaller and with more or less lace. Instructions on how to make these changes are included in the pattern. The pattern includes charted and full written instructions.
Havasu Falls can be found on Ravelry, Craftsy, LoveKnitting, Etsy, Patternfish, and here on my blog.
Enjoy! And Happy Knitting!
To everyone who voted in the Craftsy Pattern Design Awards, THANK YOU!
My Entrelac Scarf pattern was chosen as the WINNER of the 2014 Craftsy Pattern Design Award for Knitting! To have one of my patterns rise to the top out of over 98,000 (!!!) knitting patterns on Craftsy is both thrilling and humbling, to say the least!
But now is not the time to rest on my laurels! There is work to do! I’ve got more patterns in the pipeline! And I have more exciting things to tell you about later this week! So stay tuned! Things are about to get REALLY fun!
Picabia is now available on Ravelry, Craftsy, Etsy, and Patternfish! This is a warm and squishy cowl knit in the round using only one skein of Madelinetosh Tosh DK (the color in the sample is Candlewick).
I named this pattern after the cubist painter Francis Picabia because the stitch pattern reminds me of a cubist painting.
This is a super quick knit that you could complete in probably two or three evenings so it’s perfect for gifting! And the stitch pattern is easy to memorize!
The pattern includes both charted and written instructions so no matter your preference, you’re covered!
Also, voting is still open in the Craftsy Pattern Design Awards! See my previous post on how you can vote to make my Entrelac Scarf pattern a winner! Voting ends tomorrow (Thurs, Nov. 6) at midnight (US-MST). Thanks for voting! And remember, your vote could win you a FREE Craftsy class!
Exciting news! I’m one of FOUR finalists in the Knitting Category of Craftsy’s Pattern Design Awards!
My Entrelac Scarf pattern has been chosen by Craftsy members as one of their favorite patterns and I could use YOUR help to make it a winner! I need your vote!
VOTE HERE! (scroll down to the knitting category)
Voting ends at midnight MT this Thursday, November 5th!
Your vote will enter you in a drawing for a FREE Craftsy Class!
Thanks for your vote!
Pesto is now available on Ravelry, Craftsy, Etsy and Patternfish!
Pesto is a garter stitch shawl with lace border knit in one piece from end to end. It can be knit with one skein of sock yarn. The size of the shawl can be customized depending on the amount of yarn you have so it is the perfect pattern for making the most of a special skein of yarn! Instructions on how to do this are included. The pattern instructions are both charted and written.
When I first started designing this shawl I knew I wanted it to meet three important criteria. It needed to be simple. It needed to be quick. And it needed to use only one skein of yarn. The sample is knit using only one skein of SweetGeorgia’s Tough Love Sock in the color Lettuce Wrap. I came up with the name because the vibrant green and the little leaves running along the edge remind me of yummy pesto!
This shawl can be knit up in less than a week so it makes for perfect gift knitting with the holidays just around the corner! Or make it as a gift for yourself!