Lady at the Airport Knit Along


There is still time to join in the “Lady at the Airport” Knit-Along fun!

We will start on November 6, 2017. There will be no deadline for finishing, the thread will remain open for questions and comments after everyone has has completed their projects.

Prizes will be awarded to the first 3 completed projects.
1st Prize: 3 skeins of Malabrigo Finito
2nd Prize: 1 skein of Merino DK from Rohrspatz & Wollmeise
3rd Prize: 2 free patterns from Amanda Woeger Designs

Please sign up by visiting the KAL thread on revelry here. There you can get your name in the hat by replying to the thread. Also, please create a project page on Ravelry. If you would like to use the above photo, by all means! Just right click to download and then add to your project photos on Ravelry.

For those of you who still need to get a copy of the pattern, I have a Fall Sale promotion going on right now.  This sale is for 50% off all of my patterns using the code FALL at Ravelry checkout (valid until October 30, 2017, midnight MDT).  Just visit my Ravelry Store and see what the exciting possibilities are!

Happy Knitting!



Wings Poncho Pattern Release

I am really excited to finally be able to release my newest design, Wings!  It has been a long time coming, but that just means hat this pattern has been thoroughly “vetted” and tested.

For a limited time, I am offering this pattern at a discount:
Introductory Offer – Wings Poncho Pattern for only $2.99! Valid until Monday, January 23, 2017. Use code WINGS at checkout! Or just follow this link: Wings on Ravelry


Wings is a poncho that is perfect for those chilly fall or spring days when a sweater is a little too warm or too confining. This is a very fashionable poncho that is worked from the top down in one piece.

The knitting is cast on at the top of the cowl neck collar. The collar is then worked in rounds down to the neckline in 2×2 ribbing. Short rows are worked back and forth after the ribbing to help shape the neckline by lowering the center front. Again, working in the round, raglan increases are worked throughout the yoke and down through the body. The braided cables along the raglan seams help to break up the monotonous stockinette stitch and give the poncho its character. Short rows are again used to shape the curved bottom hem of the poncho.

The model shown is a size Medium, worked Trusty from the Plucky Knitter in the colorway “Ps & Qs”.

Required skills: neckline short rows, and body short rows; working button holes; working cables; raglan increases

18 stitches x 24 rows over 4 inches (10 cm) in stockinette stitch on size US 7 (4.5 mm) needles, measured on a washed and blocked swatch.

Size US 7 (4.5 mm) for body (or size needed to get gauge);
Size US 5 (3.75 mm) for ribbing

Buttons – 2 large buttons to close the side seams
Yarn – Yardage depends on the yarn you decide to use. Estimated requirements using Trusty from The Plucky Knitter yarns; 250 yards / 229 meters per 115 gram skein: 5 (6, 6, 7, 7) skeins or approximately
1200 (1300, 1400, 1500, 1600) yards /
1100 (1200, 1300, 1400, 1500) meters.

This pattern is only available in English. Should there be enough requests, I would gladly translate this pattern into German. Please contact me if you see a need for this.

Poncho Length (shoulder to hem): 23 (24, 25, 26, 27.5) inches or 58.5 (61, 63.5, 66, 70) cm

Please contact me if you need any help with this or any of my patterns.