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Use the drill-down menu at left to view what Yarn Market News has described as "well-written knitting and crochet patterns." 

We focus mainly on "try-on-as-you-go" construction to help you create garments that are not only fun to make, but also fun to wear. Our patterns are highly tutorial, containing closeups and how-to photography.

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  1. Quick Fitted Wristlets

    Quick Fitted Wristlets

    As low as: $7.00

    A pair of two svelte wristlet designs that work up fast in DK weight yarn. Although appearing quite different, these wristlets are virtually alike. The only difference between the Cabled Wristlets and Lacey Gauntlets is the panel of cabling / lace at the center of each wristlet. These wristlets are engineered for fast, gifty knitting and are perfect matching accessories for our Cabled Turban or Feathered Knitted Beanie (patterns available separately). Learn More
  2. Uncommon Wristlets

    Uncommon Wristlets

    As low as: $7.00

    This collection of sexy, fitted wristlets in either gauntlet or opera length, provides options for both knitters and crocheters. Learn More
  3. Featuring Friea Handpaint Sport Weight Yarn

    Velutinous Lace - Crochet Cap & Wristlets

    $7.00

    Beyond Basic Broomstick Lace

    Learn how to incorporate broomstick lace stitches into your crochet and also learn how to work broomstick lace in the round!

    This matching crocheted hat and wristlet set is worked in the round using soft handpainted wool and and punctuated with crochet broomstick lace insertions and edging. Choose your wristlet length!  Take Stitch Diva Jennifer Hansen's online Craftsy Class to learn the technique, or just follow along in our fully illustrated tutorial pattern.

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  4. Featuring Freia Handpaint Sport

    Velutinous Lace Cap & Wristlets - Knit / Broomstick Version

    $7.00

    Beyond Basic Broomstick Lace

    Learn how to incorporate broomstick lace stitches into your knitting, as well as learn how to work broomstick lace in the round!

    This matching knitted hat and wristlets are worked in the round using a handpainted wool yarn, and punctuated with crochet broomstick lace insertions and edging.  Take Stitch Diva Jennifer Hansen's online Craftsy Class to learn the technique, or just follow along in our fully illustrated tutorial pattern.

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