A small selection of knitting patterns, designed by Kate Heppell of Green Eyed Monsters.
This past winter was a bit of an odd one. Anyone living in the UK will remember the crazy amounts of snow. For one reason and another, a friend and I both had a pretty horrible time of it. Just as the snow was beginning to thaw, I felt my needles getting twitchy and the germ of this design was born, as a gift for an awesome friend who helped me find my way through the woods. This is a simplified version of the hat I knit for her, with alternating panels of a mirrored leaf pattern and stylised poplars, all worked in lace.Download
This is a great little project for a beginner - you only need to know how to knit, purl, increase and decrease.Download
Nobody'll want to mess with any chick wearing these bad boys, and they can be knocked up in a weekend.Download
Kirrin is inspired by Enid Blyton's Famous Five, and in particular George Kirrin, who has always been a heroine of mine. She was a practical girl, and I can see her stuffing this little hat into her kit bag for a night on Kirrin Island with Timmy and her cousins.Download
A beautiful sock pattern, inspired by Harry Potter. There are 3 sets of cables (for the 3 hallows) which split into 7 (for the 7 horcruxes). It's an interactive pattern in the form of a spreadsheet which calculates your gauge and extrapolates that to form the pattern.Download
Knitting Help - Tutorials with videos
Patterns on my blog - Really really simple patterns which don't need a whole PDF writing up.