Patterns

This is where you will find my patterns that are for sale.

TBL Cloth Diaper Soaker

This soaker was made for a friend who gave me the input needed to create the soaker.  This specific pattern was made on the green round KK for an infant that measures 16″-17″ around the waist and has a 17″ rise.  I am sure that the pattern can be converted to fit smaller or larger infants or toddlers without much hassle.  The sample was loomed with Red Heart Super Saver, but if you were to use this for the purpose of covering cloth diapers, you would use wool, which is very absorbent.  🙂
$6.50

Set of 2 Ruffle Brimmed Hats

These hats were made on the red round KK and the green round KK.  It doesn’t matter what size loom you use as long as it is round.  🙂  You get both patterns.  One is a short ruffled brim and the other is a long ruffled brim.
$4.50

Sourire (FOR SMALL GAUGE LOOMS and KISS LOOM) Knifty Knitter version located below!!!!
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This is an intermediate level project.  The pattern is written for both child size (about 2 to 4 years of age) and adult size (fits small adult to large adult…I tried it on both me and my husband.  I have a small head and he has a BIG head).  It is made in two pieces: the top is made by doing short-rows to make a circle and when you add in the eyelets you get a really cute spiral effect, the sides use short rows as well and are made seperately and then you will seam the two pieces together.  I tried to be as clear as possible on how to perform every technique used in this pattern. 
Supplies:
-Small gauge loom (I used the DecorAccents SG Wonderloom) or the Kiss Loom (using only pegs, no pins) with at least 19 pegs.
-One skein of worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Super Saver and I Love This Yarn brands were used in the samples)
-Notions: pick tool, yarn needle, scissors, and a pair of knitting needles or double pointed needles (about a size US8 should do)

Techniques used (and explained in pattern):
-Double E-wrap Cast On
-Wrap & Turn: this is the term used when the pattern is telling you to make a short-row (short-row is when you don’t knit the complete number of stitches on your loom, but a fraction of them).
-Kitchener Stitch: this is the seaming technique that will be used to join your cast on edge to the end.

$3.50

Sourire KK (THIS VERSION IS FOR THE KNIFTY KNITTER ONLY!)
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This is an intermediate level pattern written for both child and adult sizes as the above pattern with the exception that this one is for large gauge looms such as the Knifty Knitter.
Supplies:
-Large gauge loom with at least 13 pegs (the red round Knifty Knitter loom was used in samples)
-One skein of worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Super Saver was used in the samples)
-Notions: pick tool, yarn needle, scissors, and a pair of knitting needles or double pointed needles (about a size US8 should do)

Techniques used (and explained in pattern):
-Double E-wrap Cast On
-Wrap & Turn: this is the term used when the pattern is telling you to make a short-row (short-row is when you don’t knit the complete number of stitches on your loom, but a fraction of them).
-Kitchener Stitch: this is the seaming technique that will be used to join your cast on edge to the end.

$3.50

Velvet Ponchette (for KISS LOOM ONLY)
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This little ponchette fits small to medium adult women and is made with Lion Brand Velvet Spun yarn (a chenille type yarn) and is very warm!  It is made on the Kiss Loom with 60 pegs at the widest, keep this in mind when purchasing.
Supplies:

-Kiss Loom (combo 1 or more….you’re gonna need at least 60 pegs.)

 

-Approx. 5 skeins of Lion Brand Velvet Spun or similar chenille type yarn.

 

-Notions: pick tool, yarn needle, crochet hook, row counter.

 

-long strand of scrap yarn (best to use a thinner yarn than the chenille, such as a WW yarn)

 

Special techniques used and described in pattern:
-Long Tail Cast On and Double E-wrap Cast on
-Dropping stitches
-Decreasing

$4.00

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marcella
    Nov 07, 2008 @ 15:50:30

    Beautiful, amazing, just fab.

    Reply

  2. Karen
    Nov 08, 2008 @ 04:10:36

    Robin, how awesome…You are grrrrrreat

    Reply

  3. Brenda GA
    Nov 08, 2008 @ 04:30:54

    Très chic!! I love all your designs, but the beret pattern shall be mine!! I love it!

    Reply

  4. Tracy
    Nov 12, 2008 @ 17:31:33

    I love your patterns! The Sourire KK is truly awesome. I can’t wait to buy your patterns and give them a try!

    Reply

  5. Sydney
    Nov 14, 2008 @ 21:04:54

    Hi Robin….Just bought the Sourire for KKs. Very awesome!!

    Reply

  6. Bethany
    Mar 30, 2009 @ 23:13:07

    Robin, such beautiful and well thought out projects you have here! Love, Love, Love them! 🙂 Can’t wait to see what’s coming next…wink, wink, lol.

    Bethany~

    Reply

  7. Nina Lou
    Apr 10, 2009 @ 23:06:52

    Hi, Robin. I finally posted my version of your ponchette on my blog. Sorry I was so slow about getting this done.

    Nina Lou

    Reply

  8. buy_vigrxplus
    Jul 17, 2009 @ 05:30:35

    Pretty cool post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say
    that I have really liked reading your blog posts. Anyway
    I’ll be subscribing to your blog and I hope you post again soon!

    Reply

  9. Extenze
    Aug 07, 2009 @ 03:16:54

    Wow! what an idea ! What a concept ! Beautiful .. Amazing …

    Reply

  10. buyvigrx
    Oct 05, 2009 @ 12:29:29

    As a Newbie, I am always searching online for articles that can help me. Thank you

    Reply

  11. Liz
    Nov 04, 2012 @ 18:01:10

    do you have the ponchette pattern for use with the knifty knitter please let me know so i can purchase–thanks–beautiful, beautiful patterns!!

    Reply

    • robinlmccoy
      Nov 07, 2012 @ 18:53:32

      I’m sorry. It’s not for the Knifty Knitter looms. It was created exclusively for the Kiss Looms. I no longer have Internet at home and have to communicate from my phone, so I am unable to help you with the gauging and resizing that you would need to do to make it the proper size on a Knifty Knitter. My apologies.

      Blessings, Robin McCoy

      Reply

  12. Susan montney
    Apr 04, 2013 @ 13:14:52

    I was hoping to find a pattern to make your beautiful shrug. Is there one available…or can you tell me how to make one? My daughter is requesting…

    Reply

  13. Carolyn Scilley
    May 25, 2013 @ 03:39:16

    Hi Robin! We miss you over at Kiss looms. How are you?

    Reply

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