Sartorial Cowl
Sartorial Cowl

Herringbone, linen, buttons… This cowl is tailored, structured, and classic. There are three sizes, suitable for men and women alike. The bulky yarn makes this a quick project to complete in an evening or two.

Pattern available on Ravelry

Willamette Scarf
Willamette Scarf

​The Willamette river is a vital, multi-functioning tributary of the Columbia, rich with life, commerce, and recreation. It runs like an artery up the middle of Portland, crossed often by distinctive bridges and the occasional beaver. The linen stitch and herringbone stitch in the Willamette scarf mimic the ripples, waves and stones of the water.

Pattern available on Ravelry.

Powell's City of Books Shawl
Powell's City of Books Shawl

​From humble storefront beginnings in 1971, Powell’s Books has grown into one of the world’s great bookstores, with five locations in the Portland metropolitan area. This shawlette pattern pays tribute to the “world’s biggest bookstore” with textures resembling stacks and aisles. It’s the perfect project to wear on your next book browsing outing.

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Camptown Races
Camptown Races

Camptown Races is a three-color cowl with two different striping options. It’s worked in the round as a tube. There are loops of yarn looping in rounds around a large loop… like a racetrack. I found myself singing along all de doo-da day to this classic tune by Stephen Foster: The Camptown ladies sing this song, doo-da, doo-da, the Camptown racetrack’s five miles long, oh, de doo-da day. Goin’ to run all night, goin’ to run all day, I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag, somebody bet on the grey. Pattern available on Ravelry

Phantom Manor
Phantom Manor

The Phantom Manor shawl is inspired by the gothic style of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. The body of the shawl has a simple lace motif reminiscent of eyes peeping out, like in the corridor’s wallpaper. The shawl is finished with a dramatic yet feminine lace edging and is just the thing to wear to your next spooky shindig. Don’t be scared, this one is pure fun!

Pattern available on Ravelry

Pendleton Cowl
Pendleton Cowl

​An Oregon institution since 1863, Pendleton Woolen Mills sets THE standard for fine wool blankets and clothing. This cowl is a tribute to the designs and patterns found in classic Pendleton blankets. Make it traditional and knit it in vintage- inspired colors, or make it modern with a contemporary palette. The Pendleton style is timeless!

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Mithril Cowl
Mithril Cowl

​In J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, mithril is a very rare, strong but lightweight metal. The wizard Gandalf appraises Bilbo’s fine mithril coat (later inherited by Frodo) as “greater than the value of the whole Shire and everything in it.”

While you might not need the same protection as a hobbit on a long journey, surely a fine lace cowl will provide some beauty along your own path. This pattern has two versions: a complex lace and cabled cowl, or a simpler lace and stockinette cowl.

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Honey Orachard
Honey Orachard

​Honey Orchard is a made-up place with dancing lambs and bees with no stingers. The sunlight tastes sweet and always comes paired with a gentle breeze. This asymmetrical shawl pattern is inspired by a dreamy little fictitious place like Honey Orchard.

Pattern available through Ravelry


Sartorial Cowl
Willamette Scarf
Powell's City of Books Shawl
Camptown Races
Phantom Manor
Pendleton Cowl
Mithril Cowl
Honey Orachard
Sartorial Cowl

Herringbone, linen, buttons… This cowl is tailored, structured, and classic. There are three sizes, suitable for men and women alike. The bulky yarn makes this a quick project to complete in an evening or two.

Pattern available on Ravelry

Willamette Scarf

​The Willamette river is a vital, multi-functioning tributary of the Columbia, rich with life, commerce, and recreation. It runs like an artery up the middle of Portland, crossed often by distinctive bridges and the occasional beaver. The linen stitch and herringbone stitch in the Willamette scarf mimic the ripples, waves and stones of the water.

Pattern available on Ravelry.

Powell's City of Books Shawl

​From humble storefront beginnings in 1971, Powell’s Books has grown into one of the world’s great bookstores, with five locations in the Portland metropolitan area. This shawlette pattern pays tribute to the “world’s biggest bookstore” with textures resembling stacks and aisles. It’s the perfect project to wear on your next book browsing outing.

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Camptown Races

Camptown Races is a three-color cowl with two different striping options. It’s worked in the round as a tube. There are loops of yarn looping in rounds around a large loop… like a racetrack. I found myself singing along all de doo-da day to this classic tune by Stephen Foster: The Camptown ladies sing this song, doo-da, doo-da, the Camptown racetrack’s five miles long, oh, de doo-da day. Goin’ to run all night, goin’ to run all day, I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag, somebody bet on the grey. Pattern available on Ravelry

Phantom Manor

The Phantom Manor shawl is inspired by the gothic style of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. The body of the shawl has a simple lace motif reminiscent of eyes peeping out, like in the corridor’s wallpaper. The shawl is finished with a dramatic yet feminine lace edging and is just the thing to wear to your next spooky shindig. Don’t be scared, this one is pure fun!

Pattern available on Ravelry

Pendleton Cowl

​An Oregon institution since 1863, Pendleton Woolen Mills sets THE standard for fine wool blankets and clothing. This cowl is a tribute to the designs and patterns found in classic Pendleton blankets. Make it traditional and knit it in vintage- inspired colors, or make it modern with a contemporary palette. The Pendleton style is timeless!

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Mithril Cowl

​In J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, mithril is a very rare, strong but lightweight metal. The wizard Gandalf appraises Bilbo’s fine mithril coat (later inherited by Frodo) as “greater than the value of the whole Shire and everything in it.”

While you might not need the same protection as a hobbit on a long journey, surely a fine lace cowl will provide some beauty along your own path. This pattern has two versions: a complex lace and cabled cowl, or a simpler lace and stockinette cowl.

Pattern available on Ravelry​

Honey Orachard

​Honey Orchard is a made-up place with dancing lambs and bees with no stingers. The sunlight tastes sweet and always comes paired with a gentle breeze. This asymmetrical shawl pattern is inspired by a dreamy little fictitious place like Honey Orchard.

Pattern available through Ravelry


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