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Original Knitting Patterns

Below are a some of the patterns I've developed over the years. The patterns use basic knitting abbreviations. Special abbreviations are explained in the patterns. Very easy patterns are indicated with "*".

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I am happy to share these patterns. Please remember that they are protected by copyrights and cannot be copied without permission. Enjoy!

Bags and Purses

Fall Cable Purse

Felted Purse Pattern

Juno's Summer Cotton Purse

Sadie's Summer Cotton Purse

Mini Market Bag
Hats, Mittens, Scarves and Slippers

Garter Stitch Hat Pattern*

Fingerless Mittens

Lovers' Mitten Pattern

Eye Lash Scarf Pattern*

Adult and Child's Slippers Pattern*
Babies and Adults

Baby Hat and Booties in Feather Lace Pattern

Baby Hat In Mistake-Stitch Rib Pattern

Baby Hat and Booties in Cable Pattern

Baby Sweater in Feather Lace Pattern

Cable Border Vest Pattern
Afghans and Lap Robes

Blue Bell Baby Blanket

Blue Fern Lap Robe Pattern

Boys Afghan Pattern

Brooke Baby Afghan Pattern

Diamond Lap Robe Pattern

John's Lap Robe

Lacy Cranberry Lap Robe Pattern

Leaf Afgahn Pattern

Squares Lap Robe Pattern

Sunshine Nursing Home Lap Robe
Golf Club Covers

Black Cable Golf Club Covers Pattern

Flower Garden Golf Club Covers Pattern

Two Tone Golf Club Covers Pattern

Window Pane Golf Club Covers Pattern


Basket Weave Pot Holder or Hot Pad Pattern*

Seed Stitch Pot Holder or Hot Pad Pattern*

Simple Hot Holder or Hot Pad Pattern*

Place Mats Pattern

Kitchen Door Curtain Pattern

Tablecloth Pattern

Knitted Pin Cushion Pattern*

Christmas Tree Skirt Pattern

Cable Bolster Pillow Pattern

Cabled Hot Water Bottle Cozy

Coat Hanger Cover

  • Knitting Hints
  • Pictures of some of my knitting
  • My Knitting Background

    My mother taught me to knit when I was 8 years old. After learning to knit and purl I made a purple scarf for my doll. It wasn't until I went to college that I became serious about my hobby, however. During that time I made several sweaters and even a pair of argyle socks. I continued to knit after marriage, making baby sweaters for our children and Christmas gifts for relatives and friends. For several years, I attended local craft shows, where I yearly sold approximately 30 Mary Maxim children's sweaters, numerous Christmas stockings and other novelty items I'd knitted. In 2002 I completed the Knitting Guild Association's Master Hand Knitting program. After receiving the Master Knitter designation, I was asked to join the Master Hand Knitting Committee and served as a committee member and later a co-chair. The Master Hand Knitting program is a wonderful program for those who want to improve their knitting skills. I throughly enjoyed the co-chair position but the work required more time than I felt I could devote to it so relunctly resigned in August 2004. Since that time I've become certified as a Knitting Judge through TKGA and received the Craft Yarn Council of America's Certified Knitting Instructor designation. I've had patterns published in the Knitting Guild Association's magazine "Cast On" and "Crafting Traditions" magazine as well as the 2011 - 2015, 2019 Knitting Calendars. I'm now concentrating on designing and knitting for our family and friends as well as knitting for charity. In addition I continue to promote knitting through teaching classes and judging at county fairs.

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