Patterns

Oregon White Oak hat - $5.00

A slouchy textured reversible hat in honor of Oregon's native tree!
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Mittenettes - Crocheted - $4.50

The crocheted mittenette is a half mitten and fits most sizes. About 45 grams of yarn was used total for the pattern. Two skeins of different colors for the stripes was used.
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Mittenettes - Knitted - $4.50

The knitted mittenette is a half mitten and fits most sizes. About 34 grams of yarn was used total for the pattern. Two skeins of different colors for the stripes was used.
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Sushi Roll Dishcloth - $2.00


This makes a whimsical gift for any sushi lover and is a functional dish/washcloth! Learn a new stitch (the bee stitch), which has a good rice like texture!
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Tula Bula Hat - $3.00


This is a simple textured hat pattern to make for a toddler 2+ up to a 10 year old. It knits up quickly! The pattern uses seed stitch, stockinette stitch, & i-cord in its design. It takes under a skein of yarn and you can add a color or two for fun! To make it for an older child or if you are a tight knitter like me, use a #9 needle!
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Bikerchief - $6.00

 

This design is part of the Buckman Neighborhood Bicycler’s Outfit pattern, which also includes the Helmet Ear Cozies design and the Mittenettes design. All three designs are part of a single pattern PDF, so purchasing one actually gets you all three! A stylish, short kerchief that is warm and light in the breeze. Try layering several in different colors for fun! This kerchief is knitted flat & sideways! Yarn - 1 skein of Winter Lace by Mountain Colors (50% Wool, 50% Silk; 600 yards/50g), shown in two colors. Skill level - Beginner
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Helmet Ear Cozies - $6.00

 

These oh so Portland bicycle helmet ear cozies will keep you warm without the bulk of wearing a hat under your helmet! Yarn - 1 skein of Lanaloft Sport by Brown Sheep (100% Wool; 145 yards/50g). Pattern uses about 20 grams. Needles - Set of 5 US 7 (4.5mm) double pointed needles. Notions - Two 3/4” buttons, yarn needles, sewing thread and needle (for buttons), two stitch markers. Skill level - Intermediate (knitting in round, buttonhole, increases)
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Mittenettes - $6.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Simple, warm half mittens perfect for bicycling in and around the greater Portland area! The ribbing is bold. This pattern is knitted flat and sewn together! Yarn - 1 skein of Lanaloft Sport by Brown Sheep (100% Wool; 145 yards/50g). Pattern uses about 34 grams. Needles - US #5 straight needles; one set per glove. Notions - Yarn needle, 2 stitch holders, 4 stitch markers. Skill level - Beginner (twisted rib stitches, picking up stitches, thumb shaping)
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Burnside Bridge Shawlette - $4.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Burnside Bridge opened as one of the heaviest drawbridges in America on May 28th 1926. Burnside Street (site of the Bridge) is the divider street of North & South in Portland. This magnificent bridge inspired the Burnside Bridge Shawlette!
Designed by Susan Wilcox
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Burnside Bridge Tower Bag - $3.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Burnside Bridge, which opened on May 28th 1926, is the only Willamette River Bridge in Portland that was designed with the input from an architect. This led to the Italian Renaissance towers and decorative metal railings. The decorative towers on the Burnside Bridge inspired this bag.
Designer Sarah Whimsy
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Playground Duty Hat - $3.00

 

 

No fuss, warm, and easy fit. This hat project is perfect for a beginner as it can be knit on straight needles and then seamed. For more adventurous knitters it is a perfect palette to embellish or decorate with stitch patterns, make wider to have a turn-up brim or experiment with color work.
Size: Child / Adult That fits head sizes ranging from 16-18 / 20-24 inches
Finished Measurements Circumference: approximately 1721 inches
This hat is very stretchy and will fit most head sizes
This Pattern is designed by Patricia Thom for yarn crawl 2012.
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