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These patterns are designed by me but are owned/sold by other wonderful supporters of my work.
Reverber Scarf (Creative Knitting Magazine, Spring 2016, featuring Berroco Vintage DK): this scarf was inspired by the Wander Which Way (from Ewe Ewe Yarns, designed by me) and accompanies an article written in the same publication focusing on the techniques of knitting brioche.
Zig Your Zag Hat & Fingerless Mitts(Creative Knitting Magazine, Fall 2015, featuring Ewe So Sporty): slipped stitches great a fun, optical illusion style pattern on the mitts and matching beanie.
Lilac Vines Cowl (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Wooly Worsted): a four-color ombre-style cowl worked with a brioche rib design overtop - simple but stunning!
This Way (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Wooly Worsted): a top-down triangle shawl knit to compliment a crochet version designed by Heather of Ewe Ewe Yarns, That Way.
Sporty Stripe Cardi (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Ewe So Sporty): a top-down, one-piece raglan style cardigan with NO finishing; all the edges are rolled to create a casual look perfectly paired with a favorite pair of jeans.
Snow Business (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Ewe So Sporty): a 3-color cowl offered in two sizes, featuring traditional Fair Isle patterns in bold and modern colors.
Zoey Cardigan (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Wooly Worsted): a top-down, one-piece raglan style cardigan, designed to include 3" of positive ease in the body for a comfortable, every-day knit, worn open (no buttons or closures).
Licorice Laces (Creative Knitting Magazine, April 2015 Special: Just in Time Knits, featuring Candy Skein Yummy Fingering): a toe-up, fleegle heel sock with mirrored lacework.
Wander Which Way (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Ewe So Sporty): a two-color garter stitch/brioche rib cable scarf with undulation.
Respectfully Twisted (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Ewe So Sporty): toe-up socks that feature a fleegle heel and mirrored cables.
Techie Twosome (Ewe Ewe Yarns, featuring Ewe So Sporty): fingerless mitts knit in the round; these mitts are made identical to one another and feature slipped stitches, a gusset thumb and corrugated ribbing at the cuff and fingers.