Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler

Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler

Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler Designs

These boot cuffs are ideal to brighten up any pair of boots. They are quick to knit up and could be done in an evening in front of the TV. They feature a cute umbrella motif which can be done in any contrasting colour you like. A great first project for using the intarsia method.

The pattern has been professionally tech edited and test knitted. It also includes a schematic for the shorts and hat.

All my patterns have been tech edited and test knitted

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About the Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern

Sized: one size fits most, adjustable.

Pattern is for personal use only. Do not reproduce or pass on to any third parties.

Finished items from this pattern may be sold on Etsy if credit is given to the designer with a link to this listing. You must use your own photos

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Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Legwarmers
Feet / Legs → Boot Toppers
PublishedJanuary 2015
Suggested Yarn
Yarn WeightDK / 8 ply (11 wpi)
Gauge/Tension20 stitches and 24 rows = 10 cm in Stocking stitch
Needle SizeUS 6 – 4.0 mm
Yardage 300 – 322 yards (274 – 294 m)

Sizes AvailableOne size fits most, could be adjusted.
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“Love the pattern, it’s much easy and looks amazing! “

A Test Knitter

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Crave-worthy Julestrompes Christmas Stockings by Emma Sadler

Crave-worthy Julestrompes Christmas Stockings by Emma Sadler

Crave-worthy Julestrompes Christmas Stockings Emma Sadler

These Christmas stockings are knitted using Cascade Yarns Heritage Solid in red, green and white. They use a cuff down and heel cuff method of sock knitting with Scandinavian style motifs. The toe is finished using Kitchener stitch for which there is a link to a video tutorial.

The pattern includes instructions to make four styles of Christmas stockings.

Christmas Stockings Variations One and Two use stranded colour work to create the motifs, these could be mixed and matched to create more possibilities.

Christmas Stockings Variations Three and Four use stripes for more of a candy cane effect. You will be able to make all four stockings from the three skeins of yarn.

The instructions for the stockings include charts for the motifs as well as written instructions.

The Christmas Stockings will look fabulous on the mantelpiece as decorations for your Christmas festivities. You could even hide a small gift or two in them. A real heirloom gift to pass down through the family and one that will be much treasured by the recipients.

The pattern includes a schematic, written and charted instructions. It has been professionally tech edited as well as test knitted.

About the Julestrompes Christmas Stockings

Heritage Solids & Quatro by Cascade Yarns ® Fingering / 4 ply – 75% Merino, 25% Nylon – 400 meters / 100 grams. I used a single skein each of three colours red, green and white.

The stockings are knitted cuff down with a proper heel flap and will hold a number of small gifts or other fun surprises.

The stranded colourwork motifs could be mixed and matched easily to create an extra stocking or two for larger families. You don’t have to stick to red, white and greenn. You could choose colours based on the college they’re attending, favourite sports teams or Harry Potter house colours. Have fun with it and make them with lots of love.

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Swoon – Julestrompes Christmas Stockings Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryDecorative – Christmas Stocking
PublishedNovember 2016
Suggested Yarn Cascade Yarns ® Heritage Solids & Quatro
Yarn Weight 36 stitches and 36 rows = 10 cm in Stocking Stitch in the round
Gauge/Tension17 stitches and 35 rows = 10 cm in Garter stitch
Needle Size US 2½ – 3.0 mm
Yardage 107 – 430 yards (98 – 393 m)
Sizes AvailableOne size
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“Eat, Sleep, Knit.

Repeat”

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Indulgent Brookland Cowl – Emma Sadler

Indulgent Brookland Cowl – Emma Sadler

Indulgent, Luxurious Brookland Cowl by Emma Sadler

The Brookland Cowl, a stranded colourwork piece, was designed after deciding I wanted a lovely thick material for the winter months that didn’t have a wrong side. Sometimes when you are wearing a cowl it flips over and you don’t see the pattern anymore. That won’t happen with this one. It is also a great project for practising your fair isle or stranded colourwork skills.

The Brookland Cowl is knitted in one piece, in the round. You start with a provisional cast on and finish by grafting the stitches together. This means there is no seam visible when you have finished and any ends are hidden inside the cowl.

There is a repeated section in the middle of the cowl, so you can make the cowl longer or shorter depending upon your personal preference.

The cowl patter uses DK wool in three colours. The main, dark brown colour, a lighter brown and a contrasting blue to add a pop of colour to an otherwise neutral piece.

I’ve shown some close ups of the colourwork and motifs in the Gallery below to give you and idea of how flexible and varied this pattern can be.

This pattern is produced with the invaluable help of my test knitters and my tech editor – Tabitha Thomas Studios

About the Brookland Cowl Stranded Pattern

The Brookland Cowl stranded colourwork pattern is knitted with dk weight yarn.    You could substitute any DK weight yarn. I used 4mm needles and Paintbox Yarns Simply DK . You can choose to lengthen or shorten the loop of the cowl to suit your preferences, there is a repeated pattern which you can work as many times as you like, or crop to make a shorter loop to wrap once around the neck. It’s up to you.

You’re only ever working with two colours at a time to keep things simple.

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Gorgeous Brookland Cowl Stranded Colourwork Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryAccessories – Cowl
PublishedMarch 2019
Suggested YarnPaintbox Yarns Simply DK
Yarn WeightDK / 8 ply (11 wpi)
Gauge/Tension18 stitches and 26 rows = 10 cm in Stocking stitch in the round
Needle SizeUS 6 – 4.0 mm
Yardage115 – 900 yards (105 – 823 m)
Sizes Available One size 88cm/35inches
LanguagesEnglish
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Gorgeous Brookland Cowl Pattern Gallery

As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear. In this case, it’s for me and I saw this yarn and felt it was perfect for the cowl. I chose colours with good contrast, two browns and a pop of colour from the blue. What colours will you choose for your Brookland Cowl?

I will consider that intarsia, or Fair Isle with three or more colors in a row, prepares nobody for sleep and cursing loudly while flinging knitting around the living room is about as far away from soothing as you can get.

― Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, At Knit’s End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much

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Stunning Stanhope Sweater – Emma Sadler

Stunning Stanhope Sweater – Emma Sadler

Stunning Stanhope Sweater – V Neck by Emma Sadler

This jumper was designed and made whilst I was watching old episodes of Vera. I absolutely love her down to earth nature as well as her utilitarian style. I think this would appeal to her as it is simple enough to work on whilst busy with other things, but with that bit of interest that keeps you wondering what the next part will look like.

It is knitted top down, in the round. The sleeves are raglan and so are knitted together with the yoke, then separated when you get to the body. The sleeves are picked up later and also knitted in the round.

After joining the body in the round you will also add in a contrasting colour. Will you use it for the cuff at the bottom of the body or will you use the main colour?

The sample was knitted using West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4-ply. The main colour is a solid yarn, with a variegated yarn to create a contrast at the bottom of the body. The sample uses Cardamom and Blue Tit.

This pattern is produced with the invaluable help of my test knitters and my tech editor – Tabitha Thomas Studios

Scroll down to check out the gallery of photos, both of my Stanhope and also those of my awesome testers. They’re scrumptious.

About the Stanhope Sweater Pattern

The Stanhope Sweatter pattern is knitted with 4ply or fingering weight sock yarn.    You could substitute any 4ply sock weight yarn. I used 3.25mm and 3.75mm needles. You could fade your yarns from top to bottom, or add extra stripes to use up the patterned yarn, it’s entirely up to you. Or, you can just relax, follow the pattern instructions and you’ll still have a gorgeous, cozy and comfortable sweater to love.

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Swoon-worthy Stanhope Sweater Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryAccessories – Shawl
Published January 2020
Suggested Yarn West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4 Ply
Yarn Weight Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
Gauge/Tension 28 stitches and 32 rows = 10 cm in Stocking stitch in the round
Needle Size US 3 – 3.25 mm and US 5 – 3.75 mm
Yardage 1590 – 2710 yards (1454 – 2478 m)
Sizes Available 36 (38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54) inch chest
LanguagesEnglish
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Stunner Stanhope Sweater Pattern Gallery

As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear. In this case, it’s for me and I saw this yarn and felt it was perfect for the sweater. I love West Yorkshire Spinner’s sock yarn and the plains/patterns work so well together, but you could use whatever sock yarn you have in your stash!

“Vera thought for a moment that she might have found a man if she’d scrubbed up a bit better, then decided that no man was worth the time it took to plaster stuff on your face in the morning, when you could have an extra cup of tea instead.”

― Ann Cleeves, The Moth Catcher

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