Patterns

I love improvising my own knitting and crochet projects and prefer simple designs which are easy to make and easy to wear. Some of the following are detailed patterns and some are free "recipes", so you can improvise your own items. If there's a Ravelry button beneath the picture, the pattern is listed on the Ravelry database so you can link up your projects and see any others that have been added to the gallery.  
***NEW PATTERN COMING SOON***
A one skein, one size, convertible pattern suitable for beginners!
Seafoam Shawlette-to-Shrug ... Ready to be photographed for the pattern


RECIPE: Quick Clock Makeover
A hybrid knit and crochet stashbusting recipe



PATTERN: Dangly Springtime Bunny
This pattern is currently available from loveknitting.com blog
Dangly Springtime Bunny knitting pattern by Sarah Knight, Crafts from the Cwtch Designs


PATTERN: The Enormous Triangle Ponshawl
A very versatile chunky quick-knit. Suitable for beginners!
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Hybrid of knit & crochet. Make any size, with any yarn.
Stashbusting Shrug Recipe

An oversized reversible wrap

PATTERN: Googly Santa Decoration
Free PDF download from Black Sheep Wools - this pattern was
written by me as part of the Creative Christmas campaign.
Googly Santa Decoration: free pattern coming soon!

Free PDF download from Black Sheep Wools - this pattern was
written by me as part of the Creative Christmas campaign.

An adult cowl or child's capelet/hood, with optional jingle bells

Very long ribbed armwarmers
Crafts from the Cwtch's simple recipe for long ribbed armwarmers.

RECIPE: Elements
A simple garter stitch shawl recipe
Elements - a simple shawl recipe

RECIPE/PATTERN: Hilda Headwrap
Make this vintage-inspired one-piece headwear in any size.
A written pattern with instructions to make any size for an adult or child.

make a cute headband using your favourite ribbon

PATTERN: Supremely Simple Versatile Cuffs
armwarmers, legwarmers or boot toppers (when folded)


an ideal first cable project or quick weekend knit

View PDF here!

PATTERN: Knitted Boob Recipe 
Designed for breastfeeding counsellors/ support/ training
and available in English and Portuguese

PATTERN: Fluted Doll Cardigan 
sized to perfectly fit a MamAmor doll but easily adjusted

PATTERN: Raglan doll /teddy Waistcoat - a scrap yarn project 
Sized to fit a MamAmor doll but easily adjusted to fit any doll or teddy :)  
    The following  projects include detailed notes that are sufficient to follow, but have either not been written into actual patterns, or they are based on generic ideas which are not my own. 

    RECIPE: Child's Crochet Wrap (age 3 - 5) 
    The most basic and simple crochet garment - perfect for beginners!

    PATTERN: Quick-knit Mitts (approximate ages 2 - 5)

    RECIPE: Knit & Crochet doll dress 
    the link will take you to the Ravelry project for full details

    RECIPE: The MOST Simple Shawl 
    (it's really just a rectangle - perfect as a first project!) 

    (this is a traditional stitch pattern made to fit a single skein of Noro,
    and noted on a Ta-dah post) 
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