Buy One, Get One Free Winter Sale

Buy my Eyelet Messy Bun Hat from February 13th to February 20th and get my Eyelet Wrist Warmer Pattern for FREE! Simply add both patterns to the cart, and the wrist warmer pattern will be free. No need for a coupon code!






Eyelet Wrist Warmer Knitting Pattern

After the success of my eyelet messy bun hat pattern, I’m please to bring you my latest pattern! The eyelet wrist warmers coordinate with the messy bun hat, and the set would make a super cute gift this holiday season. The pattern includes adult, toddler and child sizes. Knit up in worsted weight yarn, they are a quick and satisfying project! The pattern is available for download from Ravelry. Thank you for your patronage!


Size 2-4

Size 6-10

Size 6-10



Eyelet Messy Bun Hat Pattern


My Eylet Messy Bun Hat Pattern is now available as a download from my Ravelry store! The pattern is $3 CND, which is just over $2 USD, and comes in 3 sizes and 2 styles. Your patronage of my store is a huge blessing to our family of eight. Thank you so much!

I’ve also created a pattern for a pair of wrist warmers that match the eyelet messy bun hat! The pattern can be found at my Ravelry store.


Eyelet Wrist Warmers

Horseshoe Hat






I love me a good knitted toque. I found this great little pattern for free on Ravelry several years ago, but sadly the website is no longer active. Worry not though! I contacted the pattern designer Avery, and she has kindly allowed me to reprint the pattern. I have included Avery’s original pattern, and also my decrease option with pom pom.

I think this pattern needs to go viral, Tea Leaves style. Challenge on! Really though, what a great little intro project to lace knitting. The pattern is written out, rather than charted (I have no brain space for charts at present), and knits up quickly. I’ve knit this before, in a lovely tweedy blue colour, and it turned into my go to winter hat.

The grey Knit Picks City Tweed yarn was purchased 2 years ago at their annual Big Sale. Oooh. Big Sale. I get shivers just typing that! My intention for the yarn was to knit a shrug, so I purchased enough DK weight to make it, and then it just sat untouched on my yarn shelf. I’m finding as my years as a knitter progress, I learn more about my style, needs and taste. To be honest, I don’t wear that many sweaters. Or shawls. Or fingerless gloves. As much as I love how they look. Yes, I have visions of looking like a model in a Brooklyn Tweed lookbook, but that’s yet to happen! Instead I am focusing on building a great collection of toques; something I definitely wear during the long, cold, Canadian winters. Did I mention long? And cold? Yes, a wooly toque is a must. I also love a good cowl. (Are cowls still in?) There’s something so great about tossing it on and not worrying about constant adjusting and fussing. I think thats why shawls and I have never gelled. They. Just. Won’t. Stay. Put!

Horseshoe Hat Pattern

by Avery Bounds

One Size – Adult
100g Worsted weight yarn*
6 inch circular needle size 7 (or 4 double pointed needles)
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker

CO – cast on
k – knit
p – purl
yo – yarn over
psso – pass slipped stitch over
k2tog – knit two stitches together
sl1 – slip 1 stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)

CO 92 sts on circular needle, join in the round, being careful not to twist.
Place marker at beginning of round. K1, p1 for 2 inches.
Next row: K2tog, *k1, p1, repeat from * until end of round

Begin Horsehoe Pattern:
Row 1 – Knit across
Row 2 – K1, *yo, k3, (sl1, k2tog, psso), k3, yo, k1, repeat from *
Row 3 – Knit across
Row 4 – P1, *k1, yo, k2, sl 1, k2tog, psso, k2, yo, k1, p1, repeat from *
Row 5 – P1, k9, repeat for entire round
Row 6 – P1, *k2, yo, k1, sl 1, k2 tog, psso, k1, yo, k2, p1, repeat from *
Row 7 – P1, k9, repeat for entire round
Row 8 – P1, *k3, yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, k3, p1, repeat from *
Repeat rows 1-8 5 more times
Break yarn with 8″ remaining. Pull yarn through stitches with tapestry needle and pull hat closed. Sew closed to secure. Weave in ends.

Decrease option:

Repeat rows 1-8 4 more times, then follow decrease pattern.

Decrease pattern:

Row 1-3 same as pattern
Row 4: same as pattern but with no yarn over
Row 5: P1, K7, repeat for entire round
Row 6: P1, K2, SL1, K2tog, PSSO, K2, P1 repeat from *
Row 7: P1, K5, repeat for entire round
Row 8: K2tog, K1 repeat for entire round
Row 9: K2tog repeat for entire round

Break yarn and pull yarn though stitches. Weave in ends.

Make pom pom using 4” circle.

*I used DK weight held double for my hat