So here are some of the main places where you can find my patterns:
My main pattern store is right here on my website. This includes the full range of my patterns and all are available for instant download, including our Reversible Knitting Stitches book. Many of the on-line sites do not offer book downloads, so I am grateful that I have such a generous web hosting service.
Each pattern has full information on the pattern page too, which is not always possible with other sites. I also love the fact that I can also offer blogposts such as this one right here on the same site!
So please click here to see all the patterns and books available.
Etsy is a vast emporium of all things crafty and you will find woodworking, silver smithing, cards, gifts – and knitting! It can be a bit daunting fighting your way through the multiple listings to find just what you want, but they do have multiple search filters to narrow the options down a bit.
I love shopping on Etsy myself and have a good selection of my patterns there, including the Lamberhurst Scarf pictured above and our Reversible Knitting Stitches book.
Please click here to see my Etsy store.
Ravelry is another important pattern hosting service and has a wonderful search capability. You can search for patterns that only use DK yarn, or that can be finished with the 350gm you happen to have in your yarn stash, for example.
The pattern information can be a little limited but I always include links back to my website so you can look for more information there if you need to, as in the Trevarren Placemat Set pattern in the photo above.. I like the way you can hold purchased patterns in a Ravelry library too. That is such a useful resource.
You can find my Ravelry pattern store here.
I also have my knitting patterns listed on LoveCrafts. which was started only a few years back in London as “LoveKnitting”. I remember meeting the team at the Knitting and Stitching show at Allie Pallie (Alexandra Palace) when they were first launching their company and was immediately impressed with their drive, enthusiasm and customer focus.
What is especially good here is that they also offer the yarn, needles, buttons and other accessories you might need to complete your project. This is great if you want to start your project straight away with all the items you need. Or you could put a complete kit together as a gift for a fellow knitter, with a pattern such as the Joules & Joulietta Hot Water Bottle Cover shown here together with some colourful wool for a cozy mid-Winter treat.
Please click here to see all my patterns on the LoveCrafts site.
Until then – Happy Knitting!
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