Hank loves new patterns.

We have several store patterns available for your knitting projects. Come in to visit and we will provide the pattern free with purchase of the yarn to make it. Most of our patterns are available for purchase on Ravelry. Click on the photo below to open the Ravelry page.

Broken Rib CowlBroken Rib Cowl

This versatile accessory is soft as a cloud and warm enough for the coldest days. Wear it long as a scarf or double it up for a cozy cowl. The pattern calls for 240 yards of bulky weight yarn. We used a lovely hand-dyed alpaca for our sample.

Chunky Entrelac ScarfChunky Entrelac Scarf

Warm, soft and fun to knit. This scarf is a wonderful cold weather accessory. Knit in Super Bulky yarn, it only takes 218 yards to knit this long beauty.

Chunky Seed Stitch ScarfChunky Seed Stitch Scarf
Lots of bang for the buck! Knit this super scarf quickly on big needles and your neck will be warm on the coldest days. We used a Super Bulky yarn and a bulky yarn held together.  

Creme ShrugCreme Shrug
A simple rectangle folded and finished to make a stunning shrug that is perfect to wear for many different occasions.

We used a few neat techniques to keep it interesting. There is lots of stockinette stitch knit flat (or seed stitch if you prefer). But to keep it fun, there is also a provisional cast on, a built-in i-cord edge, a 3-needle bind off, picked up stitches to knit in the round, and a short mattress stitch seam. It all makes for great mindless knitting.

We offer the pattern in two gauges for fingering or DK weight yarn. Suggestions are provided for using different weight yarns or adjusting the finished size.

Crochet Eyelet CowlCrochet Eyelet Cowl
Quick, fun and an ideal project for a beginning crocheter. Practice a variety of crochet stitches and the end result is this stunning neck accessory. We used an Aran weight self-striping yarn for our sample.

Dancing Waves ScarfDancing Waves Scarf
Frame your face in color with this lightweight lace stitch. Knit with fingering weight yarn, this single skein project looks great in a multitude of hand dyed yarns. 

Field of FlowersField of Flowers
The Stamen slip stitch pattern really brings out the colors in this gorgeous hand dyed yarn. In lightweight hand-dyed yarn, this is an all season accessory. Wear it as a long scarf in the summer or double it up for cold weather wear. We have knit ours in both Sport and DK weight silk blend yarns.

Hank's Entrelac ScarfHank's Entrelac Scarf
We knit this stunning scarf using two coordinating colors of hand dyed dk weight yarn. Following the step-by-step instructions in this pattern, you will learn the basic entrelac technique and create this beautiful accessory.

Hank's MIttensHank's MIttens
Hank loves these mittens on cold winter days. The Aran weight alpaca/wool blend yarn that we used is soft and warm. Little cables on the wrist bands add a fun detail.

Hank's Slouchy BeretHank's Slouchy Beret
This beret is a super quick knit. A one skein wonder, make it for yourself or give it to a friend as a perfect last minute gift. We used a super soft Bulky alpaca yarn for our beret.

Lace Draped ShrugLace Draped Shrug
This stunning lace shrug only looks complicated to knit. Knit it in a luxury DK weight yarn for a gorgeous evening accessory. The lace stitch is both written and charted and is easy to follow with markers placed between repeats.

The pattern is easy to adjust for larger sizes, but more yarn would be required. It uses the entire skein as written.

Metro ScarfMetro Scarf
Manly yes, but women like it too! This scarf pairs hand-dyed yarn with an interesting drop stitch / slip stitch pattern that looks great on both sides. We used a multi-color Ara weight yarn for our scarf. 

Moebius WrapMoebius Wrap
A perennial favorite, the moebius wrap works with jeans or dressed up for a night on the town. We have knit it in a double-stranded DK weight alpaca to get Bulky weight or single stranded in a luxury Worsted weight.

Noodles HatNoodles Hat
Knit this cute hat to warm up the child in your life, regardless of his/her age. Select 3 or more colors to match your recipient’s personal taste.

We chose cotton yarn, but any small quantities of worsted weight yarn will work, so dive into your odds and ends of yarn to put together a pleasing combination of colors.

Nooks & Crannies CowlNooks & Crannies Cowl
Hank loves this scrumptious accessory! The stitch pattern is fully reversible, so it looks great wrapped around your neck twice or worn full length. Knit in a soft fluffy Super Bulky yarn, Nooks and Crannies is warm as a toasted muffin. Just don’t try to butter it!

Railroad TracksRailroad Tracks
The knit rows look like tracks and the garter ridges like ties, so we named this Railroad Tracks. This lovely stitch pattern doesn’t roll and looks attractive on both sides. This is an excellent pattern for all skill levels. We usually knit it in Worsted weight yarn, but by adjusting needle size and the number of stitches cast on, you can knit it in any yarn weight.

Ridged CowlRidged Cowl
Complete this cowl in one evening. One skein of Super Bulky yarn, big needles, and a cool button make a one of a kind gift for your best friend (or you)!

Ruffle ScarfRuffle Scarf
What a cute, flirty crocheted accessory! Tie it around your neck for a splash of color. We used one ball of hand-dyed worsted weight yarn for this scarf.  

Seafoam Stitch ScarfSeafoam Stitch Scarf
A cozy yarn and an easy drop stitch pattern make the perfect accessory for cold winter days. We used an Aran weight alpaca yarn to make this extra soft.

Seeded Rib ScarfSeeded Rib Scarf
This lovely unisex scarf is fully reversible and an easy knitting project for beginners. It is a nice introduction to knitting a pattern stitch. We usually knit this scarf in Worsted, but it can be adapted easily to any weight yarn by adjusting the needle size and number of stitches cast on.

Thatcher PulloverThatcher Pullover
Knit this cute pullover in this fun self-patterning yarn for your favorite child. Sized for 2-10 years, this pattern uses Aran weight yarn.

Waffle ScarfWaffle Scarf
We named it waffle because of the textured stitch. This great pattern doesn’t curl and it is equally attractive on both sides. We knit our sample in Worsted weight, but any weight yarn can be used by adjusting the needle size and number of stitches cast on.

Wistari Ribbed CowlWistari Ribbed Cowl
Easy, quick and warm! With 220 yards on a US 11 needle your neck will be toasty in no time. We knit our cowl in a multi-color thick-and-thin yarn.