Cathedral Knits Patterns

Rising Tides is on the cover of Knitter’s Magazine K125. Our cover scarf looks like a complicated stripe, intarsia, or woven design but is the result of short-rows repeating across the length of the piece, creating undulating waves of color. Garter stitch and a long-color-repeat yarn marry beautifully. Rising Tides on Ravelry »


Éclair is in Knitter’s Magazine K125. Treat the entrelac points like the teeth of a zipper! Zippers are closed by alternately “interlocking” one tooth from each side of the opening. Entrelac could work the same way, working tiers on each side of the opening simultaneously while alternating blocks — no grafts! Click here for Éclair»


Pinwheel is in Knitty, which means it’s free! Inspired by Fall blanket wraps, Spring weather, and some lovely Wolle’s Yarn Creation Color Changing Cotton, I began to imagine bringing these elements together in a light spring lace shawl. To keep a rectangular shape and showcase the gradient yarn from the center out, the scarf would need to begin with a provisional cast-on, much like a toe-up sock. Looking for a pattern that could give the illusion of being worked in one direction while actually rotating 360 degrees, I came across…

Rose Window Tote KAL (knit-along)

Rose Window Tote KAL uses a vibrant variegated yarn as stained glass. Purchase the pattern on Ravelry and choose your materials for the 3/19 start.

Mitered Entrelac, Knitting Entrelac Around the Corner

Mitered Entrelac, Knitting Entrelac Around the Corner features a new way to work entrelac. Start in the middle, and work from the inside out with bands of color. The book includes photo tutorials for getting started, reading the patterns, provisionally casting on a few stitches directly onto your needle where you’ll need them, and an innovative way to pick up stitches for a beautiful transition between blocks. It also features 14 patterns, including garments, accessories, home decor and children’s items. Add some additional tips and techniques, and there should be something for every entrelac knitter to successfully expand his or her repertoire.
For pictures and the 14 patterns, visit Mitered Entrelac on Ravelry


Edgy, Easiest Entrelac Ever

Edgy, Easiest Entrelac Ever! Learn to knit entrelac with this reversible scarf tutorial featuring only two basic blocks, and no triangles! See more at Laura Barker on Ravelry

Upstairs and Down

Upstairs and Down; Knitter’s Magazine 115, Summer 2014 A reversible scarf of ribbed entrelac rectangles; the woven nature of entrelac is highlighted by this orientation, but the colors form stairs in the pattern, emphasized at the ends of the scarf. Knitting Universe

Dunadh Cowl

Dunadh describes a Gaelic poem that ends as it begins. The Dunadh Cowl merges its beginning and end with cables staggered across the moebius cast on and an elegant cabled bind off with no visible beginning or end.
Download Dunhadh Cowl on Ravelry

Storm Clouds Moebius

Storm Clouds Moebius; Knit Edge magazine issue five Perfect for a late fall day with wind in the forecast, this moebius cowl can be worn up when the wind is blowing, providing extra warmth and keeping your hair out of your eyes. When the wind pushes the clouds away and the sun comes out, push it down around your neck for just a little extra warmth and style.
Download Storm Clouds Moebius on Ravelry

Zig Zag Striped Moebius

You can use a wide variety of yarns with this versatile pattern. Just choose your yarn and desired circumference and use the included table to see how many stitches/repeats you need to cast on! Yarns with a very long repeat are striking in this design because you can see how it starts with one color in the middle and then the colors build out in both directions at the same time.
Download Zig Zag Striped Moebius on Ravelry