Patterns & Tutorials

Headwear

Rustling Leaves Beret

by Alana Dakos of Never Not Knitting from her book Coastal Knits

A gorgeous beret with a eucalyptus leaf motif made from our Wild Crafted Temecula Sock yarn.

shown in the Wild Crafted Windfall Eucalyptus Leaves with Iron Dip colorway

 

Japanese Maple Hat

by Kira Dulaney of Kira K Designs

A warm and textured hat made with our delightfully squishy Madrone Worsted yarn.

shown in the Pomegranate colorway

 

 

Zielony

by Heatherly Walker of Yarn Yenta

A dashing hat made from our devilishly delicious Diablo DK yarn.

shown in the Nori colorway

 

 

Barbara G. Walker Cloche

by Anne Kuo Lukito of Crafty Diversions

A retro styled hat named after my personal knitting hero made with Tactile Temecula Sock yarn.

shown in the Graphite colorway

 

Neckwear

 

Tissé Scarf

by Julie Hoover of JulieHoover.com

An elegant scarf in a delicate herringbone pattern that will and class to any outfit. The lovely shimmer comes from the 100% tussah silk of our Arcata Lace.

shown in the Dew colorway

 

 

Iron Fence Cowl

by Jessica Owen Day of CairnishKnits

A warm cowl inspired by wrought iron gates. Made with our yummy superwash Sierra Sport yarn.

shown in the New Moon colorway

 

 

Plaza Cowl

by Nathan Grisham of Grisham Creative Studios

A soft and luxurious cowl sure to keep you warm and stylish. Made our devilishly delicious Diablo DK yarn.

shown in the Indigo colorway.

 

 

Volan

by Christiane Burkhard of Lismi Knits

A cross between a scarf, a wrap, and a shawl. See her tutorial on adding ruffles on her blog. Made with two colors of our Coloma Sock yarn.

shown in the Denim & Delta colorways

 

Shawls

Brandywine

by Rosemary Hill of Designs By Romi

A lovely shawl made with our Sierra Sock yarn. Proceeds from the sales of this shawl go to Doctors Without Borders to help the Haitians devastated by the earthquake of 2010.

shown in the Tangerine colorway

 

Handwear

Roughshod

by Sara Morris of Rain City Knits

Wonderful buttoned fingerless mitts made with our yummy superwash Sierra Sport yarn. What a delightful way to use a painted colorway!

shown in the Dogwood colorway

Verdigris

by Rosemary Hill in Knitty Summer 2009

Gorgeous fingerless mitts made from handspun yarn using our Merino-Tencel spinning fiber.

shown in the Ginkgo colorway

 

Socks

Out On A Limb

by Heatherly Walker of Yarn Yenta

Beautiful lacy socks with a picot edge made with our Sierra Sock yarn.

shown in the Nutmeg colorway

 

 

Bags

Ditty Bags

by Maia Discoe

Small bags made from 100 yards of sock yarn. The examples are made with our Sierra Sock yarn. Also included are tutorials for the picot edge shown on the yellow and purple versions and the twisted cording shown on all of the bags.

shown in the Meyer Lemon, Concord Grape, and Pomegranate colorways (left to right)

 

Knitting Tutorials

Twisted Cording by Maia Discoe (download as pdf) – make cords from leftover bits of yarn. It is a simple, fun, and versatile method.

Picot Edge by Maia Discoe (download as pdf) – made without a provisional cast-on or sewing.

Spinning Tutorials

Wet Finishing Handspun Yarns – a great way to finish yarns spun from angora or downy fibers such as yak, camel, bison, qiviut, and cashmere.

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