Fresh knitting patterns for my Garden Yarn and beyond.
The following patterns are either FREE or available to download for a small fee. I list most of my patterns on Ravelry as well (my handle is KnittyVet there as well) and a complete pattern list can be found on my Kendra Ann Designs Ravelry Page.
In addition to the patterns below, I will soon be opening a new, password protected site only for members of the Garden Yarn FB page and my email subscribers! Look for some special patterns and project deals here!
Garden Stroll Socks (<- Click for .pdf link)
A simple, cuff-down sock pattern that gives you sweet pair of anklet socks using very little yarn. I’ve gotten 2 full pairs of socks from one skein of sock weight Garden Yarn – one pair for me and one to share!
Special Sock Garden Yarn – Fingering Weight 75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon. Naturally dyed with vibrant local plants in the following colorways: Marigold, Goldenrod, Walnut, Coneflower Green, Cosmos Orange, and Woad Blue.
A super easy triangle shawl knitting pattern that mimics a crochet look. You can use one skein of worsted weight for a shawl about 40″ across by 20″ long, or experiment with a lighter weight yarn – it looks great that way too!
Worsted Garden Yarn – Worsted weight 100% Peruvian Highland Wool. Naturally dyed with homegrown garden plants in unique colorways: Hand Painted: Spring Fling, Goldenrod, Walnut, Buckthorn Green, Cosmos Orange, and Indigo Blue.
Spring Fling Garden Scarf(<-Click for the .pdf link)
Spring Fling Garden Scarf: Combine an easy lace pattern with an edging of knit and purl rows in this one skein wonder. Use up that gorgeous hand dyed yarn in this speedy knit.
Worsted Garden Yarn – Worsted weight 100% Peruvian Highland Wool. Naturally dyed with homegrown garden plants in unique colorways: Hand Painted: Fall Color, Spring Fling, Goldenrod, Walnut, Buckthorn Green, Cosmos Orange, and Indigo Blue.
Garden Yarn Spiral Cowl(<-Click to purchase for $2.50)
Garden Yarn Spiral Cowl: This is a speedy cowl to knit up that looks much harder than it really is. It calls for DK yarn, and this pattern is FREE with the purchase of two 50 gm skeins of the yarn below.
Please contact Kendra@knittyvet.com with questions or comments!
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