I currently share patterns on Ravelry and Love Knitting. Many are free. For others, I charge a small fee. Prices are the same on both sites.

Links to my Ravelry patterns are below. Thank you in advance for your support. I work hard on my patterns, and I am honored to be able to share them with you.

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Trintara Hat ($4.00 USD)

The Trintara hat knitting pattern. This easy pattern uses Madelinetosh Pashmina Worsted and US size 7 needles.

Stoneland Poncho ($6.00 USD)

Stoneland poncho knitting pattern from This Knitted Life.

Linto Creek Cowl ($5.00 USD)


Tulipland ($5.00 USD)Tulipland. A lovely summer knit.

Simple Scary Yarn Hair Wrap (Free!)

Free pattern! Use up your scraps and turn them into something beautiful.

Metamorphosis Cowl ($5.00 USD)A heavenly cowl knit in Woolfolk Sno (softest yarn of all time!) Organically combines stitch patterns for a fun, easy, yet non-boring knit. Enjoy.


Samoa ($3.00 USD)

I love this hat pattern. The I-cord cast on makes for the perfect brim with no rolling and no ribbing!


The Best Hat Ever ($3.00 USD)

The name says it all.

Twist Cowl ($3.50 USD)

The perfect cowl. Looks complicated but is super simple, chic, and understated in every possible way. Love!

Nikita Shawl (free)


Twist Shawl ($5.00 USD)


My favorite shawl of all time.

Annandale Shawlette ($5.00 USD)

Super Easy Winterspun Shawlette (free)

Spring Leaf Shawl ($5.00 USD)

Fingerless Gloves

Coon Creek Fingerless Gloves ($3.50 USD)

Coon Creek Fingerless Mitts. Awesome pattern.


Quince Fingerless Gloves (free)

Tatianna Fingerless Gloves (free)




  • Reply PrincessRavelry August 9, 2015 at 2:37 pm

    Nice patterns, especially the shawls! You have such an even gauge/stitch/tension (not sure what you call it).

  • Reply Andrea @ This Knitted Life August 12, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    Thanks! And thanks for stopping by.

  • Reply Beth Owermohle February 5, 2016 at 5:12 pm

    Love these patterns, love this blog, love it all! You are a gifted writer and knitter. Thank you for sharing! And I totally agree: knitting should be counted as exercise.

  • Reply Philippa May 26, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    Where is the pattern for the rabbit?

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