Local Designers

Collection by The Knit Shop

7 
Pins
 • 
30 
Followers

Pacific Northwest Designers

The Knit Shop
Silvia pattern by Sara Morris One of the more gorgeous shawl/scarves I've seen. Ravelry: Rhea Silvia pattern by Sara MorrisOne of the more gorgeous shawl/scarves I've seen. Ravelry: Rhea Silvia pattern by Sara Morris Lace Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting Designs, Knitting Projects, Knitting Patterns, Knit Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Knitting Scarves, Crochet Scarves

Rhea Silvia pattern by Sara Morris

Inspired by the legend of Rhea Silvia, the mother of Romulus and Remus and a minor Roman deity of the forest, this luscious infinite wrap features burl-like cables and a lace leaf border in a drapy silk-wool blend. Wear it as a shawl, a scarf, cowl, or however you want!

Torch Lily by Lorna Pearman. malabrigo Rios in Black and Volcan colorways. Stitch Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Pattern Library, Beautiful Textures, Knit Or Crochet, Slip Stitch, One Color, Her Style, Crochet Projects

Torch Lily pattern by Lorna Pearman

This hat is a fun knit using a slip stitch pattern, carrying only one color at a time for the body of the hat, and then Fair Isle technique is used while shaping the crown. The stitches used provide a beautiful texture, as well as interest for the knitter. The hat has a slight slouch to it for comfort and style. Well written instructions and a colorful chart are included.

Kristi Holaas, Local Designer. Designers, Pattern, Patterns, Model, Swatch

Tiacan pattern by Kristi Holaas

!See Note Below!

Local designer, Marianne Garrison. Cowl, Designers, Crochet, Pattern, Patterns, Cowls, Ganchillo, Crocheting, Model

Pumpernickel Cowl pattern by Marianne Garrison

From now thru Feb 14th, 2014 use Code TKS2014 for 10% off.

 Portland, OR City Streets, Portland, The Twenties, The Neighbourhood, Designers, Rose, Pattern, The Neighborhood, Pink

A Rose is a Rose pattern by Sivia Harding

Portland is the City of Roses, and these photos were taken in the central garden of Ladd’s Addition, famous for its roses. The neighborhood, a landmark of architectural planning dating from the early part of the twentieth century, departs from the grid of surrounding city streets, setting Ladd’s Addition apart in more ways than one.