NEW: downloadable patterns for yarn lovers! (as low as four bucks each)

We are SO excited to announce our line of knitting and crochet ePatterns today! This curated collection of ePatterns has been carefully selected from some of our best-loved books and meticulously edited for clarity and ease. Best of all? They’re instantly downloadable for your knitting and crochet pleasure!

You’ll get a sampling of Martingale knitting patterns and crochet patterns from a variety of books—and today’s featured patterns are just the beginning! We’ll be rolling out more ePatterns each month, and you’ll see them first, right here at our Stitch This! blog. And if you’re a Ravelry member, you’re in luck—you can purchase any of our knit and crochet ePatterns on Ravelry and add them to your library too!

And now, please let us introduce you to the first eight ePatterns in our yarn-tastic lineup!

Garter Love shawl
Jen Lucas’s Garter Love Shawl
is all about celebrating the beauty of the beloved garter stitch. The simple body of the shawl transitions into the lace edge, where garter stitch is the star. Get the ePattern for $6.50 or buy on Ravelry.

Rosebuds for My Baby blanket
Denise Black and Sandy Scoville’s Rosebuds for my Baby Blanket
offers a new twist on a classic crochet motif: pretty rosebuds grow from each granny square. What a treasure for Baby and Mom alike! Get the ePattern for $4.99 or buy on Ravelry.

Sleek-Line Sweater pattern
Faina Goberstein and Dawn Leeseman’s Sleek-Line Sweater
is the perfect gift for a guy who loves sweaters and style! The broken-rib stitch creates a noticeable but understated texture and gives the sweater a rich, luxe look. Get the ePattern for $6.99 or buy on Ravelry.

Nautical Twisted Rope Scarf
Sheryl Thies’s Nautical Twisted Rope Scarf
is reminiscent of bulky coils of rope you might come across near an ocean shore. A bold cable pattern appears complex, but no worries—with Sheryl’s step-by-step instructions, it works up quickly. Get the ePattern for $3.99 or buy on Ravelry.

High Country Wrap pattern
Carol Rasmussen Noble’s High Country Wrap
is wide, warm, and long enough to easily stay put around your shoulders. Made up in alpaca lace-weight yarn, this stole is perfect as an extra-cozy layer any time of year. Get the ePattern for $5.99 or buy on Ravelry.

Colorwork Chullo
Donna Druchunas’s Color-Work Chullo
is perfect for a winter trip to the ski slopes or the shopping mall. The ear flaps are knit flat and the body of the hat is knit in the round. A two-color Fair-Isle knitting technique makes it 100% windproof; the kitty-cat motifs make it 100% cute. Get the ePattern for $4.99 or buy on Ravelry.

Briargate shawl
Jen Lucas’s Briargate Shawl
is made with squishy sock yarn—and two skeins are all you need! Pair your two favorite colors, or the faves of a friend, and knit up a dramatic statement piece. Get the ePattern for $6.50 or buy on Ravelry.

Turtle Lunch Tote
Ana Paula Rímoli’s Turtle Lunch Tote
provides an adorable way to carry lunch to school or work every day. What child (or child at heart) wouldn’t love to greet this friendly crocheted turtle at mealtime—especially when he’s carrying a hearty lunch and maybe a goody or two? Get the ePattern for $3.99 or buy on Ravelry.


We can’t wait to show you what knit and crochet ePatterns are coming up—stay tuned! And if you’ve never knitted or crocheted before but want to try, pick up our know-it-all books on both topics and get started on a new creative journey!

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What kind of patterns would YOU like to see in our new line for knitters and crocheters: sweaters, shawls, socks, toys? Tell us in the comments!

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