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All of my free patterns are now available for free PDF download on Ravelry.


Sherbrooke Cowl

June 2008

If you want a good FO photo...

Download the free pattern on Ravelry


Lichen Cowl

April 2008

Lichen Cowl

Download the free pattern on Ravelry



July 2010

Perseverance Shawl

Download the free pattern on Ravelry


Blushing Lace Cowl

September 2010

Blushing Lace Cowl

Download the free pattern on Ravelry

Please email me if you have any questions about the patterns!

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21 Responses

  1. Alice

    Cute pattern, and the colors are perfect for you! I think I need to get on this cowl bandwagon :)

  2. melissa

    i’m all about the cowl, and i love this one! thanks!

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  4. Karen

    Beautiful colors….

  5. Heather

    Thanks for this simple and lovely pattern. I need to knit one up for my friend’s b-day, perfect timing!

  6. Sharon

    Lovely colors on you. Thanks for sharing the pattern!

  7. Lolly (llr in Ravelry)

    Hey, I got some yarn today that I think will make this cowl beautifully. Only it will be in two shades of raspberries! (not lichens) ; )

    I’ll post pictures of my yarn soon. Thanks for this pattern!

  8. lynda

    Love the Lichen Cowl. Thanks ;0)

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  12. Trikada



    Hurrah – another great idea for using up accumulated stash – great for when the north winds blow

    This multicoloured accessory – will be shared with my pals in the local knitting ‘B’



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  16. Linda Allen- Greensboro NC

    Hi Lolly,

    I was just searching for an experienced knitter and if you do socks that is YOU!
    I have a pattern I bought on Etsy and wanted to do for Christmas for my daughters however, the person I got it from is not helpful. I do crochet and want to learn more in knitting. I would like to scan and email the pattern to you if you will try to tell me what to do. I have done scarves and a poncho but this is just a little mug cozy. I am so excited about them as gifts for Christmas. However,it uses two needles. I saw two needles in your sock pictures I think. So I know you will be the best to ask. If you could get me thru one I am sure I could do the second one. Please let me know via email if you would like to try.

    I would love to have a blog. Do you pay to have this blog? Can you tell me about that too? Thanks and I love your site. I want to try the receipe too. I loved your Christmas pics and the wedding. What a nice night I have had visiting your site. I have just learned about facebook and twitter. I do not understand twitter at all. I don’t want my pic on facebook, so I don’t know if that helps at all. Thanks for listening. If you can help please just let me know. Maybe you will like the pattern yourself. You could make some and post them yourself. Thanks! Linda

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  19. Christine - Las Vegas

    Pretty projects Lolly! But for free? Really?

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  21. dorothy

    I love the Lichen cowl . however, I don’t understand part of the directions. Is it joined somewhere. You are knitting on circular needles.. so where is it joined, or is it.
    please help. thank you…

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