Patterns by Gaspereau Valley Fibres

Gaspereau Valley Fibres is happy to offer these free patterns to you. We ask that you use them for your personal use only. We have tried to ensure that there are no mistakes but we are only human, so please contact us if you do find something that needs fixing. Any questions or comments please feel free to email 

Tosca Sideways Mittens
When Fleece Artist introduced this new yarn, we just couldn't help but want to knit something up that would be quick, easy and show off Tosca in all it's textured glory! These mittens are knit sideways and them sewed up along the edge. Grab your needles and begin! Download the pattern here: Tosca Sideways Mittens
Lovely Linen Stitch Cowl
Another pattern using the lovely yarn of Fleece Artist. This cowl is a quick and easy knit using two skeins of Fleece Artist Big Blue. Don't stop there though! This pattern is great for trying in different yarns and colours! Download the pattern here: Lovely Linen Stitch Cowl
Diamond Lace Cowl
Lace Queen Kelly designed this pattern as an intro to lace knitting for beginners. She used a super soft and squishy baby alpaca, but any bulky weight would do for this beauty. Download the pattern here: Diamond Lace Cowl
Valley Vine Socks
These socks are knit using one of Fleece Artist's 35th Anniversary yarns. Emily is a light worsted, tightly spun superwash merino/nylon blend. A long bar in front of slip stitches shows off the beautiful colours of Fleece Artist. Download the pattern here: Valley Vine Socks
Cabled Cotswold Hat
The shop is located on River Road Farm that houses the beautiful Cotswold sheep that work hard every year at producing their lovely fleece that get spun up and sold in the shop. The following five patterns all use that yarn.
cotswold hat  This cabled hat has been popular amoung both men and women; the perfect hat to stuff in a back pocket and pull on when you get chilly. A great beginner cable project, this hat is a winner everytime. Download the pattern here: Cabled Cotswold Hat
Easy Cotswold Mittens
It always seems that once winter rolls around again mitten pairs seem to be one short. This pattern is a quick and easy one to whip up so that your hands don't go cold! Download the pattern here: Easy Cotswold Mittens East Cotswold Mitten
Fingerless Mitts
fingerless mitts These little guys are worn all over the farm in the fall and spring when you still need your fingers to do things but want to keep your hands out of the wind! Download the pattern here: Fingerless Mitts
Simple Roll Brim Hat
This is a great first hat pattern. Pick a lovely hand dyed skein to show off your favourite colours and let the Cotswold wool keep your noggin toasty warn. Download the pattern here: Simple Roll Brim Hat Simple Roll Brim Hat
Cotswold Mitts
Cotswold Mitts Take the regular Cotswold mitt and jazz it up a bit! This mitten uses two contrasting colours to make your mittens one of a kind. Download the pattern here: Cotswold Mitts
Jali's Simple Lace Scarf
This beautiful scarf is a simple two row repeat that is easy to memorize and looks lovely in a solid or a more variegated yarn as well. Download the pattern here: Jali's Simple Lace Scarf Jali's Scarf
Manda's Maritime Hat
IMG_2679 Living in the Maritime guarantees that almost everyday is a hat day. This pattern uses long bars in the front of your work to show off the colours of your hand dyed yarn. Quick and easy and made using 100% Maritime wool, this hat is a Maritimer must. Download the pattern: Manda's Maritime Hat
Funky Chunky Cabled Hat
This hat has been a favourite amoung customers – pull it down low and wear it it like a beanie, or wear it further back and have it slouch down. Great for learning cables and knit with a bulky this takes no time at all! Download the pattern here: Funky Chunky Cabled Hat IMG_1377
Kitchen Sink Hat
kitchen sink Legacy Lane is a fibre mill in New Brunswick that produces one of our favourite yarns: The Kitchen Sink Lopi. This hat is make using this fun yarn that has long colour repeats and is soft and lofty to the touch. Download the pattern here: Kitchen Sink Hat