Patterns by Trish Austad Knits

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SMOKESTACK COLLECTION – Fingerless Mitts, Hats & Cowls

This digital e-book contains all the patterns in my SMOKESTACK COLLECTION (each available individually – see below). The mirror-image lacy “faux cables” are reminiscent of smoke plumes wafting from a chimneystack on a chilly winter’s day. The easy-to-memorize stitch pattern knits up quickly in DK or Worsted yarn – no cable needle required! Instructions for all are both written and fully charted and are worked seamlessly in the round from the lower edge up.

Price:  US$10  (PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL BOOK. It is a set of PDFs  of patterns so you can make your own fingerless mitts, cowls and hats.)

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(Note: If you’ve previously purchased one of the patterns from the Smokestack Collection and would now like to purchase the e-book, PM me and I’ll send you a coupon code for a $5 discount on the e-book.)

E-book contains:

  • FINGERLESS MITTS – sizes S and M/L to fit hands 6½ – 7” and 7½ – 8”
  • COWLS in three sizes – two single layer, and one long that can be worn in a long loop or wrapped double for extra warmth
  • HATS in two styles – Beanie and Slouch – each has a unique crown

>> To see more photos of each pattern and to read more about the yarn and needle requirements, see the individual listings for each pattern below.

SMOKESTACK FINGERLESS MITTS – Lacy “Faux Cables”

These lacy faux-cable mitts have thumb gussets and ribbed palms for a cozy fit and coordinate with the hats and cowls in the Smokestack Collection. The easy-to-memorize lace pattern flows from a ribbed cuff and knits up quickly – no cable needle required! Lace instructions are both written and charted. Worked seamlessly in the round from the cuff up. Yarn requirement: Approximately 105 yds/96 m (110 yds/100 m) of DK or Worsted weight yarn. Price: US$5.00

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SIZES – fits hands:

  • S – 6½ – 7” (16.5 – 18 cm)
  • M/L – 7½ – 8” (19-20 cm)

All sizes – 7″ (18 cm) long

SMOKESTACK HATS – Beanie and Slouch – No Cable Needle Required!

Smokestack is a lacy “faux cable” beanie or slouch hat.  The mirror-image lace “cables” that are reminiscent of smoke plumes wafting from a chimneystack on a chilly winter’s day.  There are two crown options and it’s sized to fit teens and adults S-M-L (18-22″) but stretches easily to fit even big noggins like mine (23″).  Yarn requirement: Approximately 135 (175) yards of Worsted or DK weight yarn for Beanie (Slouch) style.  Both versions for US$5.00

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SMOKESTACK COWLS – 3 Sizes – No Cable Needle Required

Alternating stacks of ribbing and lace create a lush fabric to keep you warm all winter and coordinate with the fingerless mitts and hats in the Smokestack Collection. The easy-to-memorize lace pattern flows from a ribbed edge and knits up quickly – no cable needle required! Instructions are both written and charted. Worked seamlessly in the round from the lower edge up, there are three sizes to choose from.

Yarn requirements: DK / Worsted Weight yarn
Small – 200 yds/185 m, Medium – 270 yds/250 m), Long – 410 yds/375 m

All three sizes for US$5.00

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SOLSTICE SKY

This cushy cable-panelled beanie was inspired by and uses a single skein of Indigo Moon Yarns’ delicious Studio Edition Worsted Merino in the colour “Solstice Moon”. It works up quickly – whether you’re new to cables or a seasoned expert. It’s also a great way to dive into cabling without a needle – try it, you just might love it!

Worked in the round from the brim upward, the instructions are fully written and charted. Want it slouchier? Just work the ribbed brim for an extra inch or so before starting the cables.  Sized for Adult M-L – stretches easily to fit 19-23” (48-59 cm), length 9” (23 cm) from brim to crown, it uses approximately 150 yards of Worsted Weight yarn (allow for more yarn if you choose the slouchier option).   US$5.00

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Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about my patterns!

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