Knitting Needle Patterns

You can view more photo’s and details for all of my pattern designs in my Ravelry store here.

You can also purchase more than one pattern in my Ravelry store and pay for them all at one time.
You will receive an email with a download link for your pattern purchase immediately!


a design by Connie Haney

A versatile cowl that is knit in super bulky yarn.


Chunky Dunky

a design by Connie Haney

An easy  neck warmer/head wrap that is knit in bulky yarn.

This is a very easy cable project  and would be a great first cable project for anyone wanting to dive into cables.


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Bow-licious Babe

a design by Connie Haney

This is an adorable hat with a simple bow that can be worn on the top or side of the head. It has a cute picot hem edge but can also be knit with a 1×1 ribbing instead. Instructions include sizing for Infant to Adult and easy instructions on adding the loop to hold the bow which is knit while knitting the hat for a seamless look. You can also add more than one bow for extra bow-liciousness!



Iced Coffee Sweat-R

a design by Connie Haney

Pattern includes directions for crocheted and knitted bottom!

You know no matter if you are in the cool air of AC in your car, coffee house, or your home that condensation drips from your cup and drips on your clothes, knitting or book and is a constant aggravation.

Now you don’t have to use a coaster or napkin that sticks to your cup and doesn’t work anyway! Just use an Iced Coffee Sweat-R! It will soak up all of those drips and looks pretty darn cute too!

I’ve used these on a Large Coffee Coolata at Dunkin Donuts and they fit! They also can be used as a cola can cover and the cord lock cinches it on so it doesn’t slip off!

Tuck the top down inside the bottom and use the cord lock and pull to close tight and you have a cute little ball to throw in your purse or glove compartment, that way it’s always handy for your Iced Coffee fix for the day!

You can pick up the cord locks in assorted colors for penny’s at Hancock Fabrics or find them online.



Carousel Beret

a design by Connie Haney

Pattern includes directions for Beret Version and Slouch Version!

Baby = 14” – 16” head circumference
Child/Pre-Teen = 17” – 19” head circumference
Adult = 20” – 23” head circumference

This pattern isn’t at all hard, but I wouldn’t call it a beginner pattern either. You should be familiar with increasing and decreasing and knitting in the round.

Pattern includes directions for Beret Version and Slouch Version. The font for each is a different color in the pattern to help you follow along more easily.

A floppy beret in 2 versions with a picot hem and decorative ribbon row, with a cute tied i-cord loop at the top.

For the beret version the top of the hat tilts easily like a beret. The slouch version is more rounded, sits flat and doesn’t tilt as much. It can sit at the top of the head like a beret, but looks better pulled down more like a cloche.


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Christmas Wreath Cover

This steering wheel cover will show your festive holiday spirit! It will also make your hands happy to grip something soft and warm instead of hard and cold! You’ll get tons of compliments and they work up fast so make one for all of your friends and family this year! Merry Christmas!

Christmas Wreath Cover

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Merry Christmas!

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