Pattern Types: Sweater

Seesaw Tee

By Nell ZiroliAs described by the designer: “A Flattering and Comfortable A-line Tee. Loose at the Hip and Fitted at the Bust. The tee is knit from the bottom up. The written and charted Seesaw pattern is easy to follow and memorize. Body shaping is at quadrants, and the length is easily adjusted to suit …

Seesaw Tee Read More »


By Corrina FergusonAs described by the designer: “Cappercallie is a raglan-ish cardigan with an unusual construction. The body is worked in 4 diagonal panels to take advantage of the properties of hand-dyed yarns. The sleeves are 3/4 length and make up the neckline as well. The diagonal construction makes the most of the yarn and …

Cappercallie Read More »


By Fatimah HindsAs described by the designer: ‘Iridacae was designed especially for our gradient sets; simple and elegant but fun to knit. The tee is worked as a top down raglan with a feminine scoop neck. Stripes of progressing color are separated by slipped stitch sections that give a blended look to the color transition …

Iridaceae Read More »

Lilly Tunic

By Kate OatesAs described by the designer: ‘This top-down tunic utilizes a clever seamless set-in sleeve construction. Sweater can be worked dress-length (shown in blue) or tunic-length to hit at hip (shown in brown). The design features slightly puffy sleeves, a flattering pleat underneath the bust, and a side split at thigh. Gentle waist shaping …

Lilly Tunic Read More »


By Fatimah Hinds As described by the designer: ‘ Oppositional is knit using 2 different weights of Dragonfly yarn Pixie and Traveller to create a colorblock effect that is popular right now. The cardigan is light and drapey in the shoulders and skirt and for the waist and trim it has a more substantial feel. …

Oppositional Read More »

Dianthus Child

By Yumiko SakuraiAs describe by the designer: ‘A simple tunic with cable and seed stitch ribs. Armhole bands and neckband are worked as the parts of the body.’


By Ann Weaver As described by the designer: ‘Karelia is a tunic worked in the round from the top down in one piece. It uses short rows to shape the back yoke. You can easily customize the length, making Karelia a top, a tunic, or a dress. Karelia is meant to fit with between 2 …

Karelia Read More »

The Line

By Ann WeaverAs described by the designer:’The Line, a cardigan inspired by “The Line” chapter in Moby-Dick, uses three colors of Dragonfly Fibers Traveler. The Line is knit in one piece to the armholes, at which point the fronts and back are knit separately. The sleeves are knit in the round to the underarms, at …

The Line Read More »

Apple Turnover

By Trudy Evans As described by the designer: ‘This double knit coat is fully reversible with red apples on one side and green apples on the other, and simple tips are given as well to make this a one-sided, regular knit coat if double knitting is not something youre ready to tackle yet. With a …

Apple Turnover Read More »

Scroll to Top