September 12, 2018

Recently, the knitting pattern for the elegant Fairfax Shawl was released on Ravelry, Craftsy, and on here my website You've seen it on Instagram, Twitter, and our Facebook page, as well.
The Fairfax Shawl is a wide crescent shawl worked side-to-side in garter stitch. [Dimensions86 inches (218.4 cm) by 23 inches (58.4 cm), blocked.] It features knit-on Shetland Lace edging and a center short-row panel. Perfect for any body size and type, this shawl utilizes two skeins of our Journey 100% Superwash Merino yarn.  Choose from SIX stunning hand-dyed colorways and make it a kit for less than the cost of the yarn and pattern purchased separately.

Each kit includes:
2 skeins of Journey in your choice of SIX colorways (Norris Point, Glen Coe, Lerwick, Saguro, Kansas, or Cappadocia).
1 printed full-color copy of the pattern.
The pattern kit is available for presales only at this time. Pre-sales will end on September 21st.  I am extending this date due to the forseeable complications with both shipping and ordering for crafters who live along the Eastern Seabord due to Hurricane Florence.
Click here to order your Fairfax Shawl Kit.

March 27, 2017

Pattern Release: Strand Hill Cardigan

It's been a long time coming, but the pattern rights to my Strand Hill Cardigan have finally been returned to me!  This pattern originally appeared as the cover pattern of the Knit Picks Golden Morning Collection in April, 2015. 

I am thrilled to finally have the option to knit it up in some Cedar Hill Farm Co. yarn, and I think it's going to be sparkly this time around!

Strand Hill is a top-down, seamless cardigan features a wide panel of Estonian lace down the center back and a narrower panel of the same lace on the front panels. This pattern has been test knit in a variety of yarns, including cotton, and has been worked up by many, many lovely folks (check out all of the beautiful project pages on Ravelry for this pattern!) who have loved working it.  The sweater is seamless and is worked flat for the body; the sleeves are worked in the round so that there's no seaming there, either.

Whether you'd like to knit it up as a cropped cardigan or as a full-length cardigan, this sweater is sure to be one of your very favorite handknits.

This pattern is currently available at Ravelry, Craftsy, Cedar Hill Farm Company, and Knit Picks.

February 21, 2017

New Pattern Release: Ripple Socks!!!

There's a sexy new sock pattern in town and it's the Ripple Socks pattern!

You know, one of the most difficult patterns to find, even with all of the bazillion patterns out there, is a sock pattern that doesn't get swallowed up by the random patterning of hand dyed and indie dyed yarns.  Am I right?! Yes, I am.

With that in mind, I have spent the last few months designing these socks, the pattern for which has been rolling around in the back of my mind for years and years.  Personally, I love a little waviness, but every time I've searched for a sock pattern that uses this particular shell pattern, I couldn't find one.  Of course, that meant I just needed to sit down and write one, myself.

The coolest thing about this pattern, besides its sexy waves and eyelets, is the fact that the stitch pattern is actually stretchy.  Unlike most lace or cable patterns where you find the fit to be a bit tighter than anticipated, this pattern actually works with your foot's individuality.  Consequently, you will find that the sizing in the pattern is limited to two primary sizes; however, the reality is that the pattern actually fits four sizes.

Another thing about this pattern that makes it unique is the fact that I have taken into account that people knit socks using a variety of methods.  Consequently, you will find written instructions for DPNs, independent circulars, and two-at-a-time Magic Loop. That's right, THREE different sets of directions are included in this pattern!

You can download your own copy of this pattern on Cedar Hill Farm Co., RavelryCraftsy.

And, definitely a special thanks goes to my daughter Kaelin, who is definitely the best knitwear model out there! 


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