Frequently Asked Questions

What are these abbreviations?

I don't normally list abbreviations on each pattern, however I do use standard abbreviations for US knitting.  You can find a comprehensive list HERE that is available for download.  The only abbreviations you may find in my patterns that aren't standard are N1, N2, etc.  When referring to double points I will sometimes assign each needle a number and will continue thereafter to simply state "N1" rather than "needle 1".

I don't knit, can you make finished pieces for me?

Many moons ago I was happy to create finished pieces for friends, family, and clients.  I'm currently not in a position to make finished garments for sale or commission.  If this changes, I will certainly post an update.

I saw you wrote a knitting book, where can I get it?

I've gotten so many sweet messages and comments via just about every social media platform asking about the release date of the book.  It warms my heart to know you all are so supportive!  The book is titled Family-Friendly Knits and it was released November 12, 2015.  It is  available for purchase at the Interweave Store, on Amazon, and anywhere books are sold. Check your local knitting shops!  As of August, 2017 I've begun working with Interweave Press once again on a new book due to be released in the Fall of 2019.  More about that to come!

As I've begun releasing more sweater patterns as self-published work rather than for print publication, this question has come rolling in like thunder!  I have been spoiled by my publishers (who work up all the schematics for me) and it was something I knew I was going to have to tackle.  I am slowly getting into the swing of creating my own schematics and I'm simply posting them as an additional PDF with the patterns as they become available.  That means, if you've already purchased a pattern on Ravelry, you should receive an update when your schematic becomes available.  Thank you again for your support, understanding, and patience as I navigate my way through this!

Do you have schematics for your patterns on ravelry?