PATTERNS


Below are some of the more popular pattern brands we carry in the shop. As our stock is always changing, we welcome you to stop in, pull up a chair and browse through our binders containing many beautiful and fun patterns. Or feel free to call and ask about something you have in mind to knit, and we would be happy to tell you about the patterns we have in store that would fit your need.

Gaspereau Valley Fibres is so lucky to have so many amazing knitters call the shop home. As the years have passed some of them have even made designs for us! Simple, quick and always beautiful, these patterns are winners every time. For a complete list click here: Patterns by GVF and check back often as we will be updating as more roll in!

 

Blue Sky Alpaca patterns are always sure to please. Very straight forward and easy to read, these patterns are perfect for someone just beginning, but interesting enough for even the most advance knitter. Beautiful patterns for beautiful yarn. 

 

Churchmouse Patterns feature beautiful photos that draw your eye to take a first look. As you then start to look at the rest of the pattern, there is no help for it: you're hooked. Everyone at the shop has become huge fans of these patterns and cannot get enough. 

 

Frog Tree patterns are the perfect pairing with their beautiful yarn. A wide variety of styles ensures that there is a perfect project for everyone. 

 

Beautiful patterns for all ages and stages, from beginner to advanced.

 

Ilga Leja is a knitwear designer who is based out of Nova Scotia. Her patterns are elegant with a modern twist. Adding the fact that most of her patterns call for Fleece Artist or Hand Maiden yarns, these designs are truly Nova Scotian. 

 

Jane Richmond is a designer from BC. Her patterns are stylish, beautiful and range from beginner friendly to something a little more challenging. 

 

Knit Cook patterns use almost exclusively Habu Textiles yarn. They are written using the traditional Japanese style of just numbers and charts. All of these patterns also include a recipe for a mouth watering dish. Knit, Cook, Eat! 

 

Knitspot is the online studio of Anne Hanson. Her website states: "We want every knitter to work with patterns that elevate their experience, provide engaging opportunities to learn new skills, and result in expert-looking finished projects." 

 

The name says it all. These patterns are the type that you will go back to time and time again. Simple, classic, easy to read, these patterns don't go wrong. Most garments are knit from the top down which means hardly any seaming, and most are done is worsted or larger. Easy and quick, what more do you need? 
Lucy Neatby is a knitwear designer who is based out of Nova Scotia. Her patterns are perfect for both laid back, relaxing knitting or brain tickling, skill testing knitting. 

 

Mac and Me is a "small New England company that creates designs for real people who treasure classic, elegant, understated clothes".

 

MillaMia supplies beautiful and fun patterns to go with their 100% superwash wool. Bright colours, playful patterns, these are ones not to be missed. 

 

Miriam Felton patterns are just the thing for a knitter looking to stretch their technique muscles a bit. Straight forward patterns, with little design twists here and there these pieces are a sight to behold.

 

Spud and Chloe patterns are bright, fun and inspiring – just like their yarn. With great colours to choose from, this yarn pleases babies, kids, women and men without even breaking a sweat. 

 

West Knits are full of colour, colour, colour!!! Lots of solid yarns mixed with variegated pieces are absolutely stunning on either men or women.